Academic support for Primary 5
Hey Larry, looks like we got the same tutor! Yes Mr Cheah is very experienced and was able to focus on the sections that matters (open ended one), and focus on answering using the right words/phrases. My son has been with him for close to 1.5 years, with him this year going to PSLE. It was the first time he got a 8x after moving up from a late 6x since P5. Right now he has greater confidence with the upcoming PSLE. Yes do all other mummies and daddies in the forum, if you need a good and responsible science tutor, you can check with Mr Cheah at 8139 3075.LarryKoh221 wrote: ↑Sun Mar 17, 2019 11:42 amWill like to recommend my current science tutor Mr Cheah who conducts group tuition over at his place over at Seng Kang. He is very experienced, being a former teacher who left quite a number of years back to focus on giving science tuition. My son (who is in p5) is the type where he is able to learn better in a group setting as he gets bored with 1-1 tuition. After engaging a few 1-1 tutors, decided to give a shot at group, and since his place is walking distance from my place decided to give it a shot. After a few sessions, my son seems to enjoy his group class, and managed to find study buddies for his class (there were 2 other boys in the class he attends). He also managed to pass his latest science test with a B grade (previously he only managed to scrap by or just failed). Even though it is still early days, but I am impressed by how my son has performed. His fees are also much more affordable than having 1-1 tuition which helps me a lot, but most importantly is that the learning environment seems to fit my son. If any of you are interested, can pm me so i can give you his contact. Happy sunday all!
(1) and (3) are immediately eliminated as there's a closed circuit which allows EC to flow through.
(4) looks deceptively like the correct answer at first, but don't forget the extreme right battery's + terminal faces + terminal of the existing battery in above diagram, so they 'cancel' out each other. The remaining 2 extreme right and middle ones form a closed circuit and EC can still flow thru to light the bulb.
(2) EC will flow thru the middle and extreme right battery, but the problem is the extreme left battery's + terminal faces the + terminal of the existing battery in above diagram. The bulb in (2) will not light up.
So the answer is (2).
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Nothing wrong. There's such a thing called bypass.
out of pri syllabus, sorry...
but I believe school will teach them + facing + or - facing -, the EC can still flow thru, i.e. circuit is still closed.