O-Level Geography: Mark Scheme for Open-Ended Questions

What are Open-Ended Questions? Longer, more complex and demanding questions. Suitable for multiple demand questions. (E.g. First part you may be asked to briefly describe something, 2nd part of question will require you to assess or evaluate.) Decision making, judgment and evaluation or debate. Question stems or command words used: “How far do you agree…?”, “How far is this true…?”, “How successful …?” , “How effective..?” “Assess…”, “Evaluate…” E.g. “The factors which contribute to the formation, speed and direction of monsoon winds and land and sea breezes are the same?” How far do you agree with statement? Give evidence to support your answer. GCE ‘O’ Level 2016 Where can the question be

Admissions Criteria for Singapore Universities for GCE "A" Level Applicants

The following is a collation of the grade profiles of the 10th and 90th percentiles of Singapore-Cambridge GCE “A” Level Applicants Offered Places in the 2016 University Admissions Exercise. Singapore Management University Note: SMU adopts a holistic selection process. In addition to academic grades and co-curricular activity records, shortlisted applicants are also assessed by their performances at the interviews. An essay writing for shortlisted candidates may also be conducted for some courses. National University of Singapore * Additional interviews and/or tests are required. Nanyang Technological University * Additional assessments such as interviews, selection tests, and/or portfolios

Preparing for Exams: Useful Study And Exam Tips (For Language and Humanities Subjects)

BEFORE EXAMS 1. Know when to start studying. START NOW. And it is not about studying hard, but studying SMART. Set up a study calendar and stick to it (barring unforeseen circumstances of course). You know your school and tuition schedule, then just fill in the blanks. Don’t forget to build in travel time, “me” time, dinner time and bedtime. It becomes easier when you establish a routine and you will learn more effectively. 2. Know when to stop studying. Just as important as knowing when to start, you need to know when to STOP. You won’t remember (if it is even possible) whatever little incremental knowledge you crammed at the last minute. Spend that time to rest instead. And if you INSIST o

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