Saturday, March 28, 2015



Our heart felt condolences to all Singaporeans.
Rest in peace Mr Lee.


"If you have to choose one profession in which you give the most for the least it is probably teaching - if you take it seriously. You have to have the temperament for it to coax, to stimulate, to cajole, to discipline a young mind into good habits. You must have an aptitude."

By Mr Lee Kuan Yew 1996

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Saturday, March 14, 2015

How to Study Smart: Tip 2





How to Study Smart: Tip 2


Concepts are easily memorized using visuals.

You can peg concepts to your memory by coming up with vivid pictures.
Use actions and movements to help you remember the concepts with ease!



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Saturday, March 7, 2015

How to Study Smart: Tip 1





Here's tip number one on how you can study smart for the upcoming tests and quizzes:

Find a relationship between information and items around you or common to you.
Come up with analogies to increase your understanding. 

E.g. Compare neurons with waves on a string. Make metaphors comparing parts of a brain with sections of your computer.

This help you remember and recall what you have learnt.

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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Fees for national exams waived in Govt-funded schools

Fees for national exams waived in Govt-funded schools




Fantastic news for all Singaporean this year as the new budget has announced the waiver of the Examination fees for Singaporeans sitting national exams in Government-funded schools.
The waiver applies to the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE), and GCE N, 0, and A levels. A total of up to $900 can be saved by the students this year.
Examination fees for Singaporeans enrolled full-time in institutes of technical education and polytechnics will also be waived.
There will also be a $150 top-up to the Edusave accounts of Singaporean students aged 7 to 16. This will benefit about 400,000 students.
There will also be a top-up to the post-secondary education account of Singaporeans aged 17 to 20 in 2015. Those whose homes are valued at up to $13,000 as at Dec 31,2014, will get a $500 top-up, while a smaller group that is better-off will get a $250 top-up.
The government will give school advisory and management committees more resources to provide further targeted assistance to needy students. The initiatives will also apply to special education schools.
Self-help groups providing aid to children from needy families will also get a $6 million grant over the next two years. 

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