2018 PSLE Discussions & Strategies (Born in 2006)

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2018 PSLE Discussions & Strategies (Born in 2006)

Postby titank » Thu Nov 26, 2015 2:48 pm

To parents with kids born in 2006: :imcool:

Time to start for our children, who are taking PSLE in 2018, as they move on to the critical P4 next year.

Please free feel to contribute to this thread and lets support one another here. It will be a long 3 years journey ahead. :rahrah: :rahrah:

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Re: 2018 PSLE Discussions & Strategies (Born in 2006)

Postby Happy Mum » Fri Nov 27, 2015 2:52 am

Hurray! Thank you for creating this thread. Was waiting for someone to create this. Haha...too shy to start.

I think it is a good time to start preparing too...after the holidays. But I have started to source for tuition especially Chinese!

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Re: 2018 PSLE Discussions & Strategies (Born in 2006)

Postby snoopykk » Fri Nov 27, 2015 2:11 pm

Happy Mum wrote:Hurray! Thank you for creating this thread. Was waiting for someone to create this. Haha...too shy to start.

I think it is a good time to start preparing too...after the holidays. But I have started to source for tuition especially Chinese!


Yes, preparation starts now. And it greatly helps if your DC is taking Higher Mother Tongue.

My DS will be taking his PSLE in 2018 too, and the PSLE Chinese exam format will be changed from 2017 onwards (so our kids will be the second batch to go through it).
The new format is tough ! (had recently attended a talk by a Chinese Enrichment Centre, and the principal shared some sample questions ...)

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Re: 2018 PSLE Discussions & Strategies (Born in 2006)

Postby melodyrain2 » Fri Nov 27, 2015 3:07 pm

Happy to see this thread up!

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Re: 2018 PSLE Discussions & Strategies (Born in 2006)

Postby dimsum » Fri Nov 27, 2015 6:13 pm

Checking in! :imcool:

:thankyou: titank for creating the thread!

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Re: 2018 PSLE Discussions & Strategies (Born in 2006)

Postby ChiefKiasu » Fri Nov 27, 2015 7:02 pm

I've always thought PSLE is a 2 year journey... but I guess I've got lots more to learn :)

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Re: 2018 PSLE Discussions & Strategies (Born in 2006)

Postby jojolin927 » Sat Nov 28, 2015 7:10 am

Thanks titank for creating this. I have girls taking PSLE in 2018 and 2019.

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Re: 2018 PSLE Discussions & Strategies (Born in 2006)

Postby janet88 » Sat Nov 28, 2015 12:29 pm

ChiefKiasu wrote:I've always thought PSLE is a 2 year journey... but I guess I've got lots more to learn :)

i thought so too.
with a new Education Minister, it's hard to figure what will MOE's next move be.

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Re: 2018 PSLE Discussions & Strategies (Born in 2006)

Postby Happy Mum » Sat Nov 28, 2015 12:58 pm

janet88 wrote:
ChiefKiasu wrote:I've always thought PSLE is a 2 year journey... but I guess I've got lots more to learn :)

i thought so too.
with a new Education Minister, it's hard to figure what will MOE's next move be.


SkillsFuture...ensuring everyone has a job...and does it with quality and pride...hahaha...and there will be a lot of differentiation in learning I bet.

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Re: 2018 PSLE Discussions & Strategies (Born in 2006)

Postby janet88 » Sat Nov 28, 2015 1:06 pm

Happy Mum wrote:SkillsFuture...ensuring everyone has a job...and does it with quality and pride...hahaha...and there will be a lot of differentiation in learning I bet.

i think this Skillsfuture thing applies more to the kids from secondary school onwards. at primary level, it's more crucial to see that foundation is laid and firm.

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