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Re: O-Level Elementary Math

Postby Newtandcucumber » Thu Feb 02, 2017 1:05 am

Hi fellow forum chums

A belated happy New Year. My DS will be doing the Ed Excel Maths Gcse 9-1, here in England. Can someone please review the Ed Excel URL and let me know if the content and challenge is same as the SG Maths O Level. Reason being someone is sending me the Maths O Level TYS, and if relevant DS can practise the TYS.

Please refer to the Higher "H" papers.

http://qualifications.pearson.com/conte ... -Set-2.pdf

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Re: O-Level Elementary Math

Postby Newtandcucumber » Thu Feb 02, 2017 2:46 pm

Any maths tutor or teacher, please see below:

Newtandcucumber wrote:Hi fellow forum chums

A belated happy New Year. My DS will be doing the Ed Excel Maths Gcse 9-1, here in England. Can someone please review the Ed Excel URL and let me know if the content and challenge is same as the SG Maths O Level. Reason being someone is sending me the Maths O Level TYS, and if relevant DS can practise the TYS.

Please refer to the Higher "H" papers.

http://qualifications.pearson.com/conte ... -Set-2.pdf

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Re: O-Level Elementary Math

Postby dazzlego » Sat Feb 04, 2017 10:51 am

Hi Newtandcucumber,
The Higher Tier is similar to Sec 1 (Express) Math in SG. Maybe you can refer to this level past year paper for his practice.
FYI in case you need it, Foundation Tier is similar to Sec 1 (Normal-Tech) in SG.

You may want to check out this link.
http://www.exampaper.biz/Free-Secondary ... apore.html

Cheers.

Newtandcucumber wrote:Hi fellow forum chums

A belated happy New Year. My DS will be doing the Ed Excel Maths Gcse 9-1, here in England. Can someone please review the Ed Excel URL and let me know if the content and challenge is same as the SG Maths O Level. Reason being someone is sending me the Maths O Level TYS, and if relevant DS can practise the TYS.

Please refer to the Higher "H" papers.

http://qualifications.pearson.com/conte ... -Set-2.pdf

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Re: O-Level Elementary Math

Postby Newtandcucumber » Sat Feb 04, 2017 3:43 pm

Thank you dazzlego

Do you feel then that the

1. Ed Exc GCSE is easier than the SG O Level.

3. If yes to "1", then the SG O Level papers will help him overachieve in the ED Excel GCSE.

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Re: O-Level Elementary Math

Postby Newtandcucumber » Thu Feb 09, 2017 3:59 am

This is a great website link. Do you have a link for boxplots and time series analysis

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Re: O-Level Elementary Math

Postby Newtandcucumber » Wed Mar 15, 2017 9:39 am

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Re: O-Level Elementary Math

Postby siling » Wed Mar 29, 2017 12:57 am

Hi all,

There is a change in syllabus in O level E math exam starting from last year, with a new type of application question. Heard the question is quite challenging.

How do you help your kids cope with this question?

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Re: O-Level Elementary Math

Postby SgEn » Wed Mar 29, 2017 11:34 am

Actually the schools would have already prepared students from the lower secondary on mathematical modelling to expose them to the new type "application" questions. Since it is "new" it will most likely comprise a small portion of the marks in the papers. It may not even be a whole question may be just part of the question.

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Re: O-Level Elementary Math

Postby SgEn » Wed Mar 29, 2017 11:39 am

Just to add we are having a trial on mobile app tuition. It is a free 40 minutes service with a limited 11 day expiry period. We cover O level maths, physics and JC 1 H2 Maths. It will be managed by a former MOE teacher. SMS to 90100763 to book while the are available places.

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Re: O-Level Elementary Math

Postby Newtandcucumber » Thu Apr 13, 2017 3:20 pm

Need advice please on maths assessment books to buy for S1 to S4. E maths and Add Maths.

It costs helluva lot to ship books here to England, so I want to get it right. I want books with model answers.

Gas anyone got any feedback on SAP maths Gym for S1 to S4, please.

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