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Re: Secondary School Geography

Postby ladeline28 » Fri May 16, 2014 3:09 pm

confusedmom12 wrote:Hi,

Anyone found guide books for Sec 1 History? I have been checking at Popular and could not find any yet.


Hi,

I just visited Popular today and bought this latest edition based on 2014 syllabus.

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Now both publishers (GLM and Wisemann) have revised their Geography and History guide books to the latest 2014 syllabus.

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QUESTIONS

Postby sunnymoon » Thu May 22, 2014 7:57 am

Can someone help to answer the following question:

Q1) What are the steps taken by Singapore government to meet the needs of the rising elderly population?

Q2)Explain why government effort to boost birth rate in Singapore have not been very successful?

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Re: Secondary School Geography

Postby mandm » Wed Aug 27, 2014 8:41 pm

Can anyone recommend a good tutor for IP Geog Sec 1 please? Thanks!

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Re: Secondary School Geography

Postby mathtuition88 » Thu Aug 28, 2014 10:44 pm

mandm wrote:Can anyone recommend a good tutor for IP Geog Sec 1 please? Thanks!

Hi,

I can recommend you a very good tuition agency: Startutor.
(Website: http://startutor.sg/request,wwcsmt)

Startutor is Singapore’s most popular online agency, providing tutors to your home. There are no extra costs for making a request. The tutors' certificates are carefully checked by Startutor.

(Website: http://startutor.sg/request,wwcsmt)
(Please use the full link above directly, thanks!)

Hope it helps!

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Re: Secondary School Geography

Postby mandm » Mon Sep 01, 2014 12:37 am

Thanks, mathtuition88!

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Re: Secondary School Geography

Postby usaik » Sat Sep 13, 2014 4:24 pm

Hi,
I am looking for Geography assessment books which cover the topic on Arid Tropics for lower secondary. Can anyone recommend one please? Thank you.

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Re: Secondary School Geography

Postby milkbun » Sun Sep 14, 2014 12:20 am

mandm wrote:Can anyone recommend a good tutor for IP Geog Sec 1 please? Thanks!



Hi just pm u :)

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Re: Secondary School Geography

Postby milkbun » Sun Sep 14, 2014 12:21 am

mandm wrote:Can anyone recommend a good tutor for IP Geog Sec 1 please? Thanks!


Hi just pm u

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Re: Secondary School Geography

Postby chy » Fri Oct 03, 2014 8:50 am

Hi, Can someone recommend good home for subjects ( pure geo or ss cum history) tutor for my DD coming olevel. Thanks

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Re: Secondary School Geography - The biggest study tip

Postby chl72 » Fri Nov 28, 2014 12:21 am

reuliuil wrote:If you are struggling with Geography the best favour you can do yourself is to sit down and figure out, for each topic, how everything links together. Once you have unlocked this, the big picture will come easily and that (the big picture) is what you need when answering the Geography exam questions.

For example, if you are talking about a topic like Plate Tectonics - most students don't get that once you understand 1. The earth's surface is made up of plates 2. These plates can move apart, together or past each other - EVERYTHING in the topic that is important derives from these two facts.

If you cannot sit down and lay out all the main concepts for the topic and figure out how they link together, you are as good as dead in the exam.


Hi reuliuil! My DS did badly for his pure geog. He will be taking a re-test on plate tectonics next month and I am totally clueless on what to do to help him... :imdrowning: :?:

1) May I know if there is any tips that you can share on how to study geog?
2) Are there any good assessment books or reference bk that might help him study the subject?

:?: Please help! Totally helpless right now.... :sad: :cry:

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