Written exams start on March 29 while the results will be posted on July 10.
Questions included realistic topics like policies on drone flying and e-sports, compared to more imaginative ones in the past.
Media reports suggested the government would consider making the subject an elective one – and teachers disagree, according to a PTU survey.
Analysis of multiple sources of data was also required in some questions.
Candidates could choose to answer questions about the same elective in both sections of Paper Two this year, but it may not be a good thing.
Business, Accounting and Financial Studies paper was a challenge to some but a breeze for others, while tutors say the difficulty was average.
Papers were easier than last year’s, but required students to know the syllabus well.
No one expected topics from last year's exam to be covered again, and some cross-module questions may also have stumped candidates.
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Many of the geometry questions also didn't include a diagram, so students had to visualise the problems themselves.