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Post Exam "Fever"

Postby Luvkid » Sat May 09, 2009 2:05 am

I am having post exam "fever" now...... :? It is worst than the preparation period...... :cry:

My son juz finished his English Paper 1-3 today. On our way back, I have been pestering
"CAN U DO IT"
"DID U COMPLETE"
"DID U LEAVE BLANK"
"DID U CHECK"
"HOW MANY TIMES DID U READ FOR COMPRE"
"WHAT'S THE TOPIC LIKE"
.................... :nunchuk:

His answers to my question are all positive. Am i to feel glad or suspicious?? :roll:

I am dead worried cos he came back leaving BLANK (for comprehension) for the mock papers that the BASC and school had given to him during the past few days!! :!: It seems that all my effort has gone down the drain.... Now i must really :pray: :pray: and :xedfingers: :xedfingers: while waiting for his result....

His Maths paper will be on next wednesday, not that worry for this subject. So far can manage by himself. Chinese has been exempted by the shcool (in written),however they will have a presentation on poetry/poem where marks will be given depending on how well they present it. That will be easier for him too.

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Phew! SA1 finally over!

Postby KS_me » Wed May 13, 2009 3:48 pm

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Wooo Hoo... finally finished the SA :celebrate:

At lease my son or myself can relax abit now :lol: :lol:

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Re: Phew! SA1 finally over!

Postby phankao » Wed May 13, 2009 4:37 pm

KS_me wrote:Wooo Hoo... finally finished the SA :celebrate:

At lease my son or myself can relax abit now :lol: :lol:


Ours only after next week. ;(
But our elder boy already finished his SA1 2 weeks ago!

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Re: Phew! SA1 finally over!

Postby mowmow » Wed May 13, 2009 6:17 pm

phankao wrote:
KS_me wrote:Wooo Hoo... finally finished the SA :celebrate:

At lease my son or myself can relax abit now :lol: :lol:


Ours only after next week. ;(
But our elder boy already finished his SA1 2 weeks ago!


Yes, finally over!

I think I am much more stressed than my sons. Next is to see the results......Hope they did ok for their very first SA1.

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Postby Luvkid » Wed May 13, 2009 8:17 pm

:celebrate: at last!! Today, my boy finally finished his paper.

However the stress is not over yet......how well my boy is going to fare for his FIRST exam :pray: :pray: Look at my post on "POST EXAM "FEVER", u guys will realise i am dead worried..... :roll:

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Postby mowmow » Wed May 13, 2009 9:37 pm

Luvkid wrote::celebrate: at last!! Today, my boy finally finished his paper.

However the stress is not over yet......how well my boy is going to fare for his FIRST exam :pray: :pray: Look at my post on "POST EXAM "FEVER", u guys will realise i am dead worried..... :roll:


Well, aren't you lucky! You have one paper less to worry. My kids came back with their English Paper 2 reults this evening. Phew, not too bad, one load off my head. Actually,I am just being kiasu, because I feel that my kids should do fairly well and is very worried that they do not meet my expectations. Sometimes I wonder, WHY AM I SO KS???

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Postby heutistmeintag » Thu May 14, 2009 12:29 am

So fast relax? Prepare for SA2 NOW! Dont forget we are KSPs. :siam: :rotflmao:

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Postby buds » Thu May 14, 2009 1:25 am

:rotflmao:

Great quip here heutistmeintag!
I loike it! Ok, prep up people. :wink:

Also; for KS parents... you may wanna
list the questions for teacher, to prep 4
the coming Parent Teacher Conference.
If you list them down, you will know you
did not miss anything out - all there is to
find out from teacher with regards to your
child's overall progress, behaviour in school,
what to improve, etc.

mowmow, it is times when we as parents set the
'invisible' expectations (tho not out loud but in our
hearts), for our children that makes us anxious over
the results.. Niwae hope your child does well. :wink:

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Postby EN » Thu May 14, 2009 1:54 am

Yes, mine both finally over today. Phew!

Not looking forward to meet up the teacher though. This time round my kids are left on their own to do their own revision. Too busy with work & just the start of their exam, I'm down with bad flu and fever that last for more than a week.

So, worry about result later but for now, yipppeeeee.... time for celebration. More time for parks, books and science experiment for pleasure. :celebrate:

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Postby mowmow » Thu May 14, 2009 9:53 am

buds wrote::rotflmao:

mowmow, it is times when we as parents set the
'invisible' expectations (tho not out loud but in our
hearts), for our children that makes us anxious over
the results.. Niwae hope your child does well. :wink:


Thank you, buds! And hope all our kids will do well.

Yes, time to gear up for SA2 because it is definitely going to be even more challenging (can hear my heart pounding away!). And I believe it is during SA2 that you can really distinguish the beter kids from the not so good ones because the topics tested will be much more challenging, esp true for P1s. Eg. In area of Maths, they will include nos. upto 100 , multiplication, division, etc.

Cheers

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