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Recommendations for O Levels sci guides -

Post by Love4learning » Thu Sep 03, 2015 10:24 pm

Hi all,

I would appreciate any recommendations on good challenging topical assessment books and guides on O levels Physics, Chemistry and Bio. Thanks !!!

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Re: Recommendations for O Levels sci guides -

Post by Bookshop » Mon Sep 14, 2015 9:57 am

The more popular ones are from:
1) Smashing Exams
2) GLM
3) Pearson

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Re: Recommendations for O Levels sci guides -

Post by geylang » Wed Nov 04, 2015 11:26 am

1001 Physics MCQ for O level (Pearson). Good range of questions with level of difficulties. Detailed solutions provided.

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Re: Recommendations for O Levels sci guides -

Post by bright-culture » Sat Dec 10, 2016 12:51 pm

Love4learning wrote:Hi all,

I would appreciate any recommendations on good challenging topical assessment books and guides on O levels Physics, Chemistry and Bio. Thanks !!!
Hi Love4Learning, the Chemistry TOPICAL(Not yearly!) TYS is a good assessment book for O Levels Chemistry. In all my years of teaching Chemistry, I've found that the questions inside are a fairly accurate representation of what will come out for the O Levels. They also test you less commonly tested knowledge so you won't trip up in the exam when asked for more obscure pieces of knowledge.

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Re: Recommendations for O Levels sci guides -

Post by LOL123kiasu » Sat Dec 10, 2016 6:12 pm

For GLM, some parts is not required by syllabus(full/half wave rectification), the questions are irrelevant(in my opinion,no hate) with regards to olvls and it is too wordy to serve as a quick guide. However, those extra information do help in the understanding of certain concepts.(for example,translation and transcription)


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