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Shall We Ban Gifted Education?

It has been our observation over the years that high ability or gifted children in the academic field are seen as being very blessed or lucky by the society at […]

What determines whether my child gets 0, 1 or 2 marks for an open ended comprehension question?

‘Why did my child get 0 marks for a seemingly correct answer?’ ‘What determines whether my child gets 0, 1 or 2 marks for an open ended comprehension question?’ In […]

DSA Story 3: Question Bank for Direct School Admission (DSA) Interview – Collected from real case studies

Group A questions  Routine questions about the applicant’s strengths, weaknesses, personality, related to the profile of the applicant What is one of your best characteristics?  Why are you special?  Describe yourself.  […]

DSA Story 2: Top Secrets of DSA Interview

Insider’s Story on Direct School Admission (DSA):  Part 2 – Direct School Admission Interview Top Secret  The DSA interview may seem daunting at first, but with preparation and confidence, your child should be able […]

DSA Story 1: Bird’s Eye View of Direct School Admission

Background information on Direct School Admission (DSA) Started in 2004, the Direct School Admission (DSA) is a process allowing students to apply for admission to secondary schools of their choice. […]

GEP Story 4: So Stressed in GEP?

How will students be assessed in GEP? What are the major projects for GEP students? How do GEP students perform in PSLE and DSA?

GEP Story 3: Demystifying GEP Curriculum

What do GEP students study? What is the difference between GEP English, Math and Science from mainstream curriculum? What is a typical day of a GEP student?

GEP Story 2: Preparing for the GEP Test

How to prepare for GEP test? How to improve English, Math and General Ability Scores? Is GEP an elitist’s course?

GEP Story 1: The Most Difficult Selection Test in the World?

What is the selection process for GEP? Is it reliable? If my child has a high IQ, will he/she pass the test? What can parents do to prepare their children […]

 

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