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The ideal Singapore JC subject combination for applying to Medicine
Why Additional Maths (A Maths) is important for entering Medicine: Pathway: A Maths (O Level) –> H2 Maths (A Level) –> NUS Medicine Source: http://sgforums.com/forums/2297/topics/439605 Quote: While NUS and NTU Medicine does not (officially) require H2 Maths (ie. ‘A’ level Maths), … Continue reading
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Mathematics is not a spectator sport (How to study Maths for Humanities students)
Studying Mathematics is totally different from studying Humanities, this is the reason why humanities students often don’t do well in maths. But with the right studying techniques (i.e. practising doing mathematics), humanities students can be very good at maths. Together with … Continue reading
Why are China students so good at Math & Sciences?
Source: http://sgforums.com/forums/8/topics/475066 Quote: I’m sure many secondary school/Junior College students have know some China scholars in your schools scoring results that are seemingly impossible to reach (90+ for H2 Maths etc.) But when asked what’s their secret to scoring so … Continue reading
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Math, Science, Reading Scores Show U.S. Schools Slipping Behind
Source: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/extra/features/us/julydec10/education_1210.html Math, Science, Reading Scores Show U.S. Schools Slipping Behind Posted: December 10, 2010 PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION: PDF The United States received a stark wakeup call this week with the release of international test results showing students in other … Continue reading
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Shifts must be made in education system to prepare young for future: Heng Swee Keat
Source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/shiftsmustbemadein/879902.html SINGAPORE: Education Minister Heng Swee Keat has said that two important shifts must be made in the education system in order to prepare the young for the future. In a Facebook post on Friday evening, Mr Heng said … Continue reading
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New Additional Maths Syllabus (Syllabus 4047) TO BE IMPLEMENTED FROM YEAR OF EXAMINATION 2014
http://www.seab.gov.sg/oLevel/2014Syllabus/4047_2014.pdf There are some minor changes to the A Maths Syllabus in 2014. Wishing everyone taking the new syllabus all the best! Main Differences Topics Added: – knowledge of and is needed Topics Removed: – Intersecting chords theorem and tangentsecant … Continue reading
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数学补习 (碧山)
https://mathtuition88.com/grouptuition/ 明年2014数学补习班将会在碧山开始。 教O Level E Maths 和 A Maths. 想报名的学生请联络mathtuition88@gmail.com 或 98348087. 谢谢。
O Level E Maths and A Maths Tuition starting next year at Bishan
O Level E Maths and A Maths Tuition starting next year at Bishan ————————– View Mr Wu’s GEP Testimonial at https://mathtuition88.com/grouptuition/ Despite being in the Gifted Education Programme (GEP), Mr Wu is just an ordinary Singaporean. His secret to academic … Continue reading
Additional Maths — from Fail to Top in Class
Really glad to hear good news from one of my students. From failing Additional Maths all the way, he is now the top in his entire class. Really huge improvement, and I am really happy for him. 🙂 To other students … Continue reading
Information about Mathematics Department Courses (Nanyang JC)
Source: http://nanyangjc.org/index.php/staff/organisationchart/mathematicsdepartment/ H1 Mathematics H1 Mathematics provides a foundation in mathematics for students who intend to enrol in university courses such as business, economics and social sciences. The syllabus aims to develop mathematical thinking and problem solving skills in students. … Continue reading
Advice to Students
Source: http://www.math.union.edu/~dpvc/courses/advice/welcome.html Advice to Students: Over the years, I have collected some information that I hope will help students, particularly beginning math students, to improve their study and learning habits. An important part of what you learn at college is … Continue reading
Student Advice: Comments on Perseverance
Source: http://www.math.union.edu/~dpvc/courses/advice/perseverance.html Comments on Perseverance: One source of confusion for students when they reach college and begin to do collegelevel mathematics is this: in high school, it is usually pretty apparent what formula or technique needs to be applied, as … Continue reading
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EDUC115N: How to Learn Math (Stanford Online Maths Education Course )
I will be attending this exciting online course by Stanford on Math Education. Do feel free to join it too, it is suitable for teachers and other helpers of math learners, such as parents. EDUC115N: How to Learn Math (Source: … Continue reading
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积少成多: How can doing at least one Maths question per day help you improve! (Maths Tuition Revision Strategy)
We all know the saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away“. Many essential activities, like eating, exercising, sleeping, needs to be done on a daily basis. Mathematics is no different! Here is a surprising fact of how much … Continue reading
How to avoid Careless Mistakes for Maths?
Many parents have feedback to me that their child often makes careless mistakes in Maths, at all levels, from Primary, Secondary, to JC Level. I truly empathize with them, as it often leads to marks being lost unnecessarily. Not to mention, it … Continue reading
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