I'm worried for my DD, who will be sitting for the O' level examinations next year.
I am not sure if this is caused by my own incessant concerns as a mother who is having her first child take O' levels. But I am already very, very, very anxious now.
She has been constantly topping her cohort for the past two years, but she hasn't been scoring as well in Sec 3 as compared to her results in Sec 2 (she is still one of the top few, but I would still like her to be at the top). So I'm very worried as to whether she will be able to score good results next year.
Perhaps her not up to par results is because she still needs to further adjust herself to the new Sec 3's pacing? Or maybe it's due to the fact that I've let her play computer games too much during the December holidays, so her brain has become slightly 'rusty'?
I would like to seek advice from other parents in this forum as to how they ensure that their child was staying on the right track towards achieving good results for O' Levels. Also, what should my daughter do to do score well?
Another concern of mine is that she is very weak and in Chinese, often scoring B4-A2 only. Although this handicap is offset by her strong command in English language, I would still like to know how I can help my DD overcome this hurdle.
Should I her for Chinese tuition? Buy more Chinese assessments? Or is the good old method of reading more newspapers and books just fine?
All in all, I just want her to achieve the results that are of her utmost best. How can I, as a parent, help her shine in all subjects?
P.S. I'm rather new to this forum, so please take care of me!