mylulaoshi wrote:My students use that tactic too. They tell me they score Oral 36/50 with me, "but in school I'm 46/50 cher..."
Depending on the school you're in, sometimes parents in 'Top Schools' are so demoralised, but your child's 'B' is a national 'A' in PSLE. vice versa, in a less academically focused school, your child may apparently be top student, but only 'high A' in PSLE. External exposure in a class gives your child a bigger insight on national bench-marking.
So reality is u're saying can't do without tuition right?