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Good luck to students collecting O Level results
Good luck to all students receiving their O Level results tomorrow, 12 Jan!
O Level Bell Curve 2016
Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/singapore/comments/73cmgi/o_level_bellcurve/ It is well known that the bell curve is applied to the O Levels result. The most notorious example is E Maths, where 90+ or high 80s is required for the top grade of A1. The traditional mark of … Continue reading
A1 marks for A Maths / E Maths
How many marks to get A1 for A Maths / E Maths for O Levels? The official answer is not released by Cambridge / MOE, but it is definitely not 75 as the papers are subject to the bell curve … Continue reading
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Finding E Maths or A Maths Difficult?
Are you finding Elementary Maths (E Maths) or Additional Maths (A Maths) Difficult? Do not be discouraged if you find E Maths or A Maths difficult. The main reason why you are finding it to be difficult is that it is new. … Continue reading
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O level fail maths
O level fail maths Students should try their best to pass O Level Maths, as it is absolutely essential to enter JC and Poly. Passing O Level Maths is not as difficult as it seems, sufficient practice usually can enable … Continue reading