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PSLE 2022: How To Minimise Careless Mistakes in Science Exam

Are Careless Mistakes Avoidable in PSLE Science? There’s no denying that PSLE Science is a tough exam. With two booklets …
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What to Do and What to Avoid on the Day of Your PSLE Exam

As the day of the first PSLE exam approaches, you are mentally listing a hundred things to ask your child …
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Last-Minute Tips to Ace the PSLE Math Paper

PSLE Math Exam & Its Importance Math is one of the five mandatory subjects all Primary students learn in Singapore …
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How to Memorise Math Formulae for PSLE Math Exams

Why do School Children Fear Math? The world has a love-hate relationship with Math. Some students have panic attacks before …
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Last-Minute Tips to Score Well in PSLE English Exam

Students have their own ways of preparing for formal exams. For something as challenging as the PSLE exam, Primary students …
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How to Help Your Child Master PSLE Science in Primary 3

Singapore’s Primary school system is divided into two blocks: 1. Lower Block constituting Primary 3 and 4 2. Upper Block …
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Stop Making These Common Mistakes in PSLE English

Why do Students Make Mistakes in PSLE English? Mistakes are common in exams. But isn’t writing without mistakes one of …
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Why You Should Capitalise on Your Child’s Learning Style: An Analysis

In a country like Singapore, when it comes to education, parents leave no stone unturned. They arrange expensive tuitions and …
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Reasons Why SA1 Exams Are Important in Singapore

Singapore’s PSLE 1-6 curriculum has four assessments each academic year: the CA1, SA1, CA2, and SA2. SA1 stands for Semestral …
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