Having a bad memory is one of the many laments of students and for some, can even become mental blocks during examinations or important school periods. Memory is very important to us yet is often overlooked as we assume it is unchangeable
Maybe you have finished your national examinations and you are anticipating the release of your results, but at the same time, you are worried that your grades can’t bring you to your ‘dream school’.
With the recent conviction of a student at the National University of Singapore (NUS) who hurt his ex-girlfriend in an off-campus incident in 2019, many have been curious to know more about the efforts by Autonomous Universities (AUs) in safeguarding
According to a common research, the people of Singapore have been spending large amounts of money on private home tuitions. A recent study taken from the website todayonline.com showed that Singaporean parents went from investing $1.1 billion in 2013 to $1.4 billion in 2018 solely for the purpose of acquiring private home tuitions in Singapore for their children.
The PSLE Science paper is known to be one of the more difficult papers of the annual national examinations held in Singapore. The incorporation of “Creative” questions and theoretical study in the recent revision of the syllabus by SEAB in 2014, has only added to the complexity of the course.
It is in a parent’s nature to constantly worry for their children’s wellbeing, health, and future. However, this worry is increased tenfold for children who are in their teenage years and victim to the difficult and challenging graduation and adaption to secondary schools.
Sometimes we wonder if studying is even worth the “decrease in quality of life”, simply because studying makes us sad. Why do we waste our precious lifetime doing things that don’t make us happy?