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Contributed by Jenna Wong, Head of Secondary English, United Square.
An effective revision strategy is essential in this crucial exam year. From motivation to goal-setting, reflective learning to revision time-tabling, this e-book chapter will help you and your child put in place a game plan that leads to PSLE success.
“The PSLE is a useful checkpoint at the end of primary school to help [you] determine where [your] child’s academic strengths lie. This guides the child to a suitable academic programme in secondary school — one that best fits his or her learning needs.”
- Mr Ng Chee Meng, Minister for Education (Schools),
at the 2018 COS Debate
Contributed by Joyce Simpson, Ang Swee Lian and Dawn Zeng, Subject Heads of English, Math and Science at The Learning Lab, Rochester Mall.
Has your child received his or her SA1 results?
What are some ways to further encourage your child to improve and seek progress?
Concerned that your child is unable to score well for his or her oral examinations?
At secondary level, both subject and skill mastery are essential for exam success, especially with a wider repertoire of subjects to manage for the upcoming SA1s.
The exam period can be a stressful time for you and your child. At the upper primary level, your child will be required to manage and tackle content from previous years of primary school.
Lower primary students may find it difficult to face school examinations such as the upcoming SA1s. This is because:
Great learning experiences help your child build a positive attitude towards learning, especially at a young age.