With COVID-19 ‘here to stay’ at least till the end of the year, the Ministry of Education (MOE) got you covered. Students do not need to worry about how they’re going to take their examinations as special arrangements, considerations and safe management measures will be put in place to ensure a smooth process throughout.
SkillsFuture Month is an important season in the year, where we all come together with ways to improve and add value to our current skill set. This is in aims to empower more individuals in their pursuit for new skills.
Did you know that mummies and daddies are going to start studying more at work? Education never really ends after you graduate from an institution, and it’s an amazing stepping stone that can take you to greater heights!
Now that revision season is in full swing, many students are scrambling to pull together notes, while some may prefer to study off the textbook.
As the IB examinations approach, a common experience among many students is the typical nightmares of receiving a below pass grade or missing an important paper. Having been an IB student myself, I more than understand the stress that hits as the mental countdown to examinations begins.
COVID-19 really hit us hard, canceling almost every single physical activity initially. Slowly, we resume with our day-to-day activities. However, some things can’t be the same like in the past (for now), and one of them would be National Day in Singapore.