Study Tips - What Works for Your Child

PSLE marks the graduation of Primary school students and their entry into Secondary schools as teenagers. Discuss all issues about Secondary schooling here.
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Study Tips - What Works for Your Child

Post by raisintan » Sun Dec 24, 2017 12:20 am

Appreciate any advice from experienced parents of secondary school kids who did well. Would very much like to learn how I can support my child. Thanks

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Re: Study Tips - What Works for Your Child

Post by slmkhoo » Mon Dec 25, 2017 10:08 am

raisintan wrote:Appreciate any advice from experienced parents of secondary school kids who did well. Would very much like to learn how I can support my child. Thanks
Convince your child to do the following:
Be diligent in paying attention in lessons.
Clarify doubts asap; don't let questions pile up.
Do homework on time; keep to deadlines.
Don't try to do things last-minute.
Don't be a perfectionist in everything - some things may have to be just "good enough".
Don't spend too much time on phones, hanging out with friends etc.
Get enough sleep.

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Re: Study Tips - What Works for Your Child

Post by raisintan » Fri Dec 29, 2017 6:08 am

slmkhoo wrote:
raisintan wrote:Appreciate any advice from experienced parents of secondary school kids who did well. Would very much like to learn how I can support my child. Thanks
Convince your child to do the following:
Be diligent in paying attention in lessons.
Clarify doubts asap; don't let questions pile up.
Do homework on time; keep to deadlines.
Don't try to do things last-minute.
Don't be a perfectionist in everything - some things may have to be just "good enough".
Don't spend too much time on phones, hanging out with friends etc.
Get enough sleep.
Thank u!

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