Every student in the Junior College comes across this thought of “What if I failed my A levels?” at some point in the journey of this Pre-university education course. This scary thought arises because the subjects are that much complex and in-depth that students are unable to catch up with the rigor. They are unable
It has become a necessity that students attend tuition in order to supplement their studies. The quality of education is much higher than it was a decade ago. The rigor has increased exponentially over the past decade. The education system aims to prepare students to specialize in specific fields. Students are compelled to continue progressing
According to a study called ‘International Mathematics and Science Study’ (an achievement test set by policymakers and educators globally), Singapore students are, on a global level, the best performing students in the subjects of mathematics and science. In this test, Primary 4 pupils and Secondary 2 students (179 primary schools and 167 secondary schools were
Not many are aware of what the IB programme is and being first-timers in entering this so-called unconventional territory may be scary in a lot of ways. Choosing the right subjects is of paramount importance because it determines one’s career path; and parenthetically, this is exactly the reason why it is a stressful decision-making process.
Source: https://englezamilitari.ro/cursuri-esl/kenner/ Though Singapore Math is not rocket science, it is not easy either. It has many challenges in store for students and many students are unaware of them. On top of being unaware of the hurdles they are about to face, they are unequipped to deal with them too. To handle this well, being prepared
The GCE A-Level examinations is the final lap for all junior college students who have gone through a long and arduous 2-year journey. A lot of students who have graduated from secondary schools and are aspiring to venture into this pre-university phase often have many doubts in their mind as to what it entails. FIRSTLY,