Chemistry is arguably one of the most difficult subjects to excel in school, regardless it is on the N, O, A, IGCSE, or IB level. However, scoring well for Chemistry could open up many prestigious University course options – such as Dentistry, Medicine, Chemical Engineering, and Pharmacy – for the students!
To understand the significance of Chemistry, we need to look at what it can be used for. Chemistry enables us to understand how our world works the way it does. It is also dubbed the “Central Science”, because it is capable of connecting other sciences with each other, such as Biology and Physics.
To many students, Social Studies is a subject entirely new to them, because they have never taken any similar subjects before, or have been exposed to such a subject before. To most of them, they might feel like a fish out of water, because they are unable to understand the method of scoring for such a subject especially when there are no formulas or fixed templates to apply.
Out of the sciences, Biology is probably the one that we can all relate to, and find most applicable, because it has to do with our body, nature and life around us. In that regard, Biology is beautiful; we get to learn how we are made…
Languages have always been slightly harder to master compared to more analytical subjects such as Math and Science. The Chinese language is no exception, and being a Mother Tongue, it presents even more challenges for the student today, who mostly have English as their main communicating language.
Seriously, we do not want to sugarcoat. Yes, the A Level H1 General Paper syllabus is arguably the most difficult A Level subject for Junior College (JC) students to excel in. Why is that so?