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Re: Science Guide Books

Postby Estéema » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:41 pm

cmjesoftware wrote:Hi all!

Have you seen the Science Booster from My Pals Are Here? I think it's quite new? It's comprehensive, in my opinion. And they included real-life examples to explain concepts. My gal usually doesn't liked reading Sci guide books, but it actually caught her attention to read. Just the price of the books are on the high side.



I agree only for capturing interest for young kids to love and read about science. But it's very much more expensive than other assessment books because it comes in photo pics illustration. That's your answer to capturing the child's attention.

For the more advanced science reader & one preparing for PSLE, get the EPH, PSLE Ultimate Science Guide.

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Re: Science Guide Books

Postby rellako » Tue Oct 24, 2017 12:30 pm

hi mummies, any recommendations on any P4 science assessment book? im thinking of tutoring this subject myself next year and i believed science notes plays a crucial role here. thanks!

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Re: Science Guide Books

Postby bestwishes » Thu Oct 26, 2017 2:16 pm

rellako wrote:hi mummies, any recommendations on any P4 science assessment book? im thinking of tutoring this subject myself next year and i believed science notes plays a crucial role here. thanks!


For learning by topics:
1. 3-in-1 EPH
2. Process Skills Worksheets EPH or Pass with Flying Colours EPH

For topical revision
1. Challenging Sc EPH or FAQ EPH

For thematic revision
1. Challenging Sc Exam Papers EPH

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Re: Science Guide Books

Postby bestwishes » Fri Nov 03, 2017 9:08 am

Interesting new science books


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Re: Science Guide Books

Postby laughingcat » Fri Nov 03, 2017 10:23 am

Anybody knows any higher order science assessment books on OE? Somewhat tougher questions.

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Re: Science Guide Books

Postby glendt » Fri Nov 03, 2017 10:42 am

laughingcat wrote:Anybody knows any higher order science assessment books on OE? Somewhat tougher questions.


You tried PHD before? it is quite ex but I find them not bad..

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Re: Science Guide Books

Postby laughingcat » Fri Nov 03, 2017 12:21 pm

glendt wrote:
laughingcat wrote:Anybody knows any higher order science assessment books on OE? Somewhat tougher questions.


You tried PHD before? it is quite ex but I find them not bad..


I have tried PHD but only a few questions are challenging. Not very worth it. Yeah....you are so right. So expensive.

I was hoping to get more challenging type questions like experiment based or everyday-life types of questions.

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Re: Science Guide Books

Postby sky minecrafter » Mon Nov 06, 2017 2:56 pm

Just sharing... Have browsed the contents - good explanations though does not cover ALL the different types of OEs
A* Science Answering Techniques Revealed (SAP)

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Re: Science Guide Books

Postby cadencemummy » Wed Nov 08, 2017 12:10 pm

Dear mummies,

Can anyone post picture of any good assessment books or guide books for P4?
My daughter apparently didnt do well in Science, (lowest marks in class for science, didnt fail la..haha)
Teacher want her to read and practise more...Haiz... headach now.
TIA.

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Re: Science Guide Books

Postby cadencemummy » Wed Nov 08, 2017 12:10 pm

Dear mummies,

Can anyone post picture of any good assessment books or guide books for P4?
My daughter apparently didnt do well in Science, (lowest marks in class for science, didnt fail la..haha)
Teacher want her to read and practise more...Haiz... headach now.
TIA.

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