One thing many of our maths tutors observe is that some students make mistakes although they actually know how to arrive at the correct answer. Although our maths tutors constantly remind students to check their answers before submitting them, we can’t be doing this during the exams. Read More

Many parents and students alike will face anxiety when they prepare for their PSLE exams. Both parents and students want to do well enough to go to the school of their choice. One of the hurdles parents and students must overcome is PSLE Mathematics. To prepare for the PSLE Mathematics exam, our young students need regular practice and consistent revision. Here are some tips for parents to prepare their child for the PSLE Mathematics exam:

Students all around Singapore will no doubt face the anxiety of having to sit for all types of exams – and especially maths exams, since maths is a compulsory subject. But instead of panicking – a highly unproductive exercise – students should perhaps try to do their reasonable best. This article aims to provide a list of helpful tips students can practice when exams are near.

You as a student may feel lost when revising for your math examinations. In most schools in Singapore, the preliminary examinations before the real O-Levels and A-Levels are usually disproportionately more difficult than the actual paper. Sometimes this is done to scare students into studying harder as their final push (when they do badly in the prelims). This article aims to shed light on a few good practices for students who may be burning the midnight oil.

Most JC students would consider taking Further Mathematics at ‘A’ Levels only if they are exceptionally strong in mathematics or have a special interest in the subject. This applies even to students who intend to pursue math-intensive subjects at university level, including subjects like data science, information technology, engineering, physics, chemistry, or statistics.

Every student who has sat for mathematics exams understands the feeling of knowing how to do a question, but getting marks unnecessarily deducted due to careless errors. Read More

It can be reasonably argued that having a good memory helps in any academic subject, or in almost any area of life. You will need to be able to memorize a large collection definitions and formulae in many school subjects. Read More