Can You Answer the “Easiest” Question in the 2019 GCE ‘O’ Level Social Studies Paper? (Hint: You May

Quite frequently, questions that appear to be very simple or straightforward might not always be so. While students may perceive a question to be “easy”, in actual fact, these questions actually require significant thought and input. Let us take an example from the recent 2019 GCE ‘O’ Level Social Studies paper, which is an assertion or evaluation question that carries 20% weighting in the overall mark scheme. Question 5 of the 2019 GCE ‘O’ Level Social Studies paper reads: Introducing taxes on soft drinks and fatty food is the best way to make people eat healthily.’ Using the sources in this case study, explain how far you would agree with this statement. [10] All students should know that

Tips for Optimising Your Revision Under COVID-19 Restrictions

Even as we move into the first phase of safe re-opening post Circuit Breaker, it is not studies as usual in schools and tuition centres. With schools alternating between HBL and physical classes, and tuition lessons having to be conducted online, students have to take charge of their learning if they want to excel. What can you do to optimise your revision when your year-end exams are looming on the horizon? Taking the initiative is as easy as 1, 2, 3! 1. Draw up a revision time-table and stick to it We often over-estimate our abilities to stay disciplined, and then watch in horror as time slipped through our hands. Drawing up a revision time-table for yourself helps you stay disciplined, as

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