MES Mauritius Grade 10 Past Exam Papers

Private candidates
1.3.1 Candidates who are attending registered secondary schools may be entered as private candidates.
1.3.2 Candidates below the age of 13 on 1 January of the year in which the PSAC assessment is held may be entered as private candidates on producing evidence of having taken the PSAC assessment previously
as a school candidate.
1.3.3 Candidates below the age of 13 on 1 January of the year in which the PSAC assessment is held and who are not attending Government, or aided primary schools should complete, in that year, six years of
schooling inclusive of Grades 1 to 6 ,or equivalent, to be able to enter for the PSAC assessment.
1.3.4 Candidates who are above the age of 13 in the year in which the PSAC
Assessment is held and who are attending registered private primary schools may be entered as private candidates.
1.3.5 Candidates above the age of 13 on 1 January of the year in which the PSAC assessment is held may enter for the assessment without any restriction.
1.3.6 Students who are not eligible to take part in the PSAC assessment may, at the discretion of the Minister, be presented for the assessment.
1.3.7 For private candidates, a mention shall be made in the certificate issued to the student accordingly.
1.4 The interpretation of these regulations shall rest with the Director of the MES.

PSAC 2021 – Question Papers

Grade 10 (All Topics)

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Real numbers ▼
   Euclid’s Division Lemma
   Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic
   Prime and Composite Numbers, LCM, HCF, Prime-Factorization
   Word Problems on HCF and LCM
   Rational Numbers
   Irrational Numbers
Polynomials ▼
   Zeros of a Quadratic Polynomial
   Zeros of a Cubic Polynomial
   Division Algorithm for Polynomials
Linear Equations in Two Variables ▼
   Forming Linear Equations Under the Given Conditions
   Solutions of a Linear Equation
   Solving a System of Simultaneous Linear Equations ►
   Conditions for Solvability of a System of Linear Equations ►
   Word Problems on Linear Equations in Two Variables ►
Triangles ▼
   Basic Proportionality Theorem (Thales’s Theorem) and its Applications
   Angle-Bisector Theorem and its Applications
   Similar Triangles ►
   Pythagoras Theorem
Trigonometry ▼
   Trigonometric Ratios ►
   Trigonometric Ratios of Angles 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, and 90°
   Trigonometric Ratios of Complementary Angles
   Trigonometric Identities ►
   Heights and Distances
Statistics and Probability ▼
   Statistics ►
   Probability ►
Quadratic Equations ▼
   Identify Quadratic Equations
   Verify Solutions of a Quadratic Equation
   Solve Quadratic Equations by Factorization
   Solve Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square
   Solve Quadratic Equations by Using Quadratic Formula
   Nature of Roots of a Quadratic Equation
   Word Problem on Quadratic Equations ►
Arithmetic Progression (AP) ▼
   Tell if a Progression is an Arithmetic Progression (AP)
   Find the First Term, Common Difference or the Next Term in an Arithmetic Progression (AP)
   Find the Unknown Variable(s) in an AP
   Find the Numbers in AP Under Specified Conditions
   General Term (nth Term) of an AP ►
   General Term (nth Term) from the End of an AP
   Arithmetic Mean
   Sum of n Terms of an Arithmetic Progression (AP) ►
   Word Problems on Arithmetic Progressions (AP)
Circles ▼
   Theorems and Results Related to Tangents of Circles
Coordinate Geometry ▼
   Distance Between Two Points ►
   Section Formula and Midpoint Formula
   Centroid of a Triangle
   Area of a Triangle
   Area of a Parallelogram
Mensuration ▼
   Perimeter and Area of Plane Figures ►
   Volume and Surface Area of Solids
Sample Question The number of boxes, each of size 6 cm x 7 cm x 2 cm, that can be packed in a carton of size 30 cm x 63 cm x 12 cm is .