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The Learning Lab's ‘O' Level Revision Guides

Posted by Shafina Jaafar on July 27, 2017

Is your child feeling stressed over preparations for the GCE 'O' Level examinations in October? 

Exams put pressure on even the calmest of students — and their parents. As a parent, you may find yourself asking these questions:

Is my child revising enough? Is he or she revising correctly?
What should my child take note of for each paper in order to achieve his or her desired results?
How do I get my child ready for the 'O' Levels? 

Don't worry! With a little guide and a well-planned revision timetable, your child can achieve the grades he or she deserves.

Smart Revision, Effective Preparation

Effective revision begins with analysing past errors and learning how to minimise mistakes. To help your child better prepare for the ‘O’ Levels, The Learning Lab’s curriculum specialists have created a set of revision guides that highlight pointers for peak performance and tackle key exam components.

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The Final Stretch Of Your Child’s ‘O’ Level Preparation

While it is important that you to keep up to date with your child’s academic progress, it is equally important for you to know how your child is coping with the stress.

Read these articles for tips on how you can effectively help your child cope with exam stress.

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As your child prepares this major examination, be sure to give your child lots of verbal encouragement! Knowing that you are working together with him or her will definitely help to boost your child’s confidence for the examinations. 

Wishing your child the very best in his or her preparations for the ‘O’ Levels!

Topics: O levels