In Penciltutor’s Geography classes, students are given maximum exposure to a large number of questions. One major difficulty that most students encounter is that they often end up regurgitating content irrelevant to the context, therefore losing precious marks. Our classes are well focused so that our students are equipped with the skills and knowledge that will enable them to answer questions succinctly and obtain the required marks by using the Points Relevant to the Question (PRQ) technique.

We ensure that our Geography classes remain interesting, by using interactive learning through the use of videos and lively discussions. After numerous years of teaching the subject we have found that this way allows students to better understand how Geography relates to their daily lives and to the people living in different parts of the world. Now that’s the secret behind Penciltutor’s enriching, unique and fun Geography classes.

The answers to the 2016 O level Combined Humanities (Geography) will be posted below. All solutions/ answers are provided by teachers of Penciltutor School and the Singapore MOE or UCLES bears no responsibility for these suggested solutions/ answers. As usual, if you find any errors in our solutions or if you need an explanation, kindly send an email to

2015 O Level Suggested Answers

Combined Humanities (Geography) 2204 Paper 2

2016 O Level Suggested Answers

Combined Humanities (Geography) 2204 Paper 2

2017 O Level Suggested Answers

Combined Humanities (Geography) 2267 Paper 2 (Part 1)

Combined Humanities (Geography) 2267 Paper 2 (Part 2)