Excel At The SA1: Lower Primary Revision Guide

Posted by Shafina Jaafar on April 11, 2017

As the SA1s approach, consolidating content knowledge and reviewing exam techniques will prove essential to maximising your child’s performance. 

Reading and revising

Young learners may find it difficult to face school examinations. After all, working against the clock to complete all the given questions can be challenging. One way to ease such potential anxiety is to let your child to read through his or her past work. This is a good way to remind your child that he or she has learnt all the relevant content for the upcoming exam. Additionally, revising corrections can also help to give your child a boost of confidence and help him or her to avoid making similar mistakes.

Planning and Preparing

Your child’s revision plan is important. Inculcating the good habit of setting a revision plan can help your child to manage exam stress. Remember to schedule regular break periods to allow your child to avoid burnout. Let him or her enjoy healthful meals and get adequate rest at night — this will aid your child in getting ready to perform at his or her best during the SA1 papers.

Download The Learning Lab’s SA1 Revision Guide

TLL curriculum specialists have crafted a series of SA1 revision guides that will help you and your child tackle some of the common challenges students face in their examinations. Remember to keep these top tips in mind!


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