Excel in Humanities and Language Subjects in Singapore

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 rec...

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...

April 3, 2018

2017 was the first year when O-Level students sat for the examination paper of the newly revamped Social Studies (SS) syllabus. While Humanities Hub's students performed brilliantly, with more than 63% of them garnering distinctions, many Sec 3 and 4 students continued...

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

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. D...