Excel in Humanities and Language Subjects in Singapore

May 3, 2019

Using a sample question from Paper 1, let us dissect how to correctly answer an SBQ question in this blog post.

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From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic an iron curtain has descen...

April 27, 2019

Hallo JC History Students! We are now starting a new blog series on how you can excel in your H2 History subject in JC! Drawing on over 20 years of teaching experience, our History teaching team has nailed down the fail safe methods of helping even the weakest students...

April 10, 2019

Economics is one of the most popular contrasting subjects selected by JC students.  We would like to answer some of the frequently asked questions regarding this subject.

Q1: How relevant is Economics for admission to universities?

A: It depends on the course one intends...

October 6, 2018

If we had a dollar every time a student told us they were unable to complete their essay/examination paper on time, we would have become very wealthy.

The concept of time management seems ridiculously straightforward, but yet it remains the biggest roadblock to students...

May 1, 2018

It is no secret that doing well in History at the GCE ‘A’ Level Examination is heavily dependent on the candidate’s ability to write good essays. The essay section makes up 60 per cent of the final score for both papers. Cambridge markers also consider the quality of w...

April 13, 2018

The following article is contributed by our Principal Economics Tutor, Mr S.F. Koh.

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It is not uncommon to hear students exasperatedly complain that while they understand the Economic concepts, they ar...

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...