What to do if your child does not do well in SA1?

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Re: What to do if your child does not do well in SA1?

Postby Puzz...zzle » Sat May 25, 2013 8:17 pm

2) If you are in P4 or P5, it is quite a serious matter as it means you are not coping well with the introduction of more complex questions. You may need to get private tuition before it is too late.[/color]

I am quite worry :?: about the drop from p3 to p4 / p4 to p5.
may I know what is the "normal" drop of % in p4 for a student who scored 90% range in p3 ? Or
from p4 80-85% drop to p5??% Fall in which %level is normal and which level need to alarm?? :sweat:

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Re: What to do if your child does not do well in SA1?

Postby senseimichael » Sat May 25, 2013 9:46 pm

The P3/P4 drop is not as common as the P4/P5 drop. From experience, I have had students who were used to scoring 90s suddenly scoring 70s. I remember having to deal with crying children during CA1, when I used to teach a top school.

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