January 9, 2020

Are you having trouble getting good grades for your Humanities subjects? Check out our Top 5 Tips to help you ace your Humanities subjects this year!

1. Keep Up With Your Syllabus aka Start Well

Many students spend too much time to settle down in school after the long ho...

May 9, 2019

You have received your SA1 results for your humanities subjects (for Social Studies, History [pure/elective] and Geography [pure/elective]). Do you know what it means in relation to your state of readiness for the upcoming O-Level examinations in October 2019, and the...

August 26, 2017

1. It is ALL about memorising

So many parents have asked us, “Don’t they just need to memorise the content to do well in [insert Humanities subject]?” and we have had to disabuse them of the entrenched, but mistaken, notion. Maybe that was the case 30 years ago, when al...

May 6, 2017


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. D...

February 4, 2017

How do you answer a Three-Part Weather & Climate Question based on Figure 1 for Johor, Malaysia below?

Question 1: 

What is the climatic type of Johor, Malaysia?

Equatorial climate

Question 2:

Describe the annual precipitation pattern in Johor, Malaysia.

- At the beginning o...

December 8, 2016

Cape Leeuwin, Western Australia, where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet. Photo copyright @ Humanities Hub

Geography has always been a dynamic subject, and the beauty about the study of Geography, while in simplistic terms aims to investigate why differences between s...

November 18, 2016

 *Image credited to www.davegranlund.com

A fairly new component of the Pure and Elective Geography syllabus, GI or Geographical Investigation entails students to showcase their understanding of relevant fieldwork techniques, from identifying the question at hand as well...

November 16, 2016

This is another article that we have contributed to Popclub Magazine for the March/April 2016 issue. 

Now that the 2016 O-Level examinations are over, another batch of students will be taking the place of their seniors, and worrying about the upcoming year in 2017....

November 15, 2016

The following is an article which we have contributed to the latest Nov/Dec16 issue of PopClub. 

A brand new challenge awaits students who are now done with their GCE O-Level examinations, and those who have finished their IP Year 4. As they advance to pre-university ed...

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