2021 PSLE Discussions and Strategies (Children born in 2009)

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Re: 2021 PSLE Discussions and Strategies (Children born in 2

Post by phtthp » Tue Oct 02, 2018 1:43 pm

For 2019 (P1 & P2), since no more exam, at November year-end prize award ceremony -

means No more "Top 3 students in every class", to go up the stage collect prize award, anymore.

also, no more "Top in level cohort, for 4 subjects" anymore.

And also, No more "Top 25 percent of students cohort level " award, per primary school, to collect $ cash award from their community centre MP anymore.

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Re: 2021 PSLE Discussions and Strategies (Children born in 2

Post by bbcxd » Mon Oct 22, 2018 10:20 am

zac's mum wrote:Have a laugh: Mr Brown’s jokey jab at the new MOE changes (video has subtitles):

https://www.facebook.com/mrbrownlah/vid ... 943441320/
So funny. I laugh until cry! :lol: Thanks for sharing.

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Re: 2021 PSLE Discussions and Strategies (Children born in 2

Post by KAP » Wed Dec 19, 2018 11:19 pm

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Re: 2021 PSLE Discussions and Strategies (Children born in 2

Post by fluffykho » Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:27 am

Hihi! Newbie reporting here. My no.1 taking psle in 2021, being first timer, dunno what to expect. Hope to learn from all the gurus here and walk this dreaded route together. *I don't like to be the guinea pig year*

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Re: 2021 PSLE Discussions and Strategies (Children born in 2009)

Post by phtthp » Tue May 14, 2019 12:41 pm

this blog said, 2020 onwards : no more p5 sa1 MYE (mid year exam)

https://www.theschoolingsociety.com.sg/ ... p3-and-p5/


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Re: 2021 PSLE Discussions and Strategies (Children born in 2009)

Post by bbcxd » Mon May 20, 2019 5:42 pm

The uncertainty of the new PSLE scoring system would result in a hypercompetitive DSA in 2021...

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Re: 2021 PSLE Discussions and Strategies (Children born in 2

Post by phtthp » Sun Jun 02, 2019 4:44 am

.zeit wrote:
Sat Sep 29, 2018 11:47 am
Shortchanged of a 'full dress rehearsal'. And the community is shortchanged of a set of MYE pyps. Not good. Not good at all. Fewer compo and oral exposures per year as MOE caps 1 common test per subject per term. All need to sign up for enrichment classes to make up for the lost exposure to score higher AL.

In exchange, it's 4 + 4 + 4 weighted assessments from Terms 1-3. Not chill at all. Just as bad as there'll be a common test every other fortnight in a term...
curious ...
not all primary schools in Singapore, have all turned into "Mixed Ability" classes yet, with individual SBB (subject based banding) at Upper primary


Recent P4 sa1 (may), just over, PTC (parents Teacher conference) also over.

For those rare primary schools that still continue practise end-of-P4 streaming, into Top two Y2020 P5 classes (have not abolished year-end p4 streaming yet), do they stream p4 students

- by the total of (3 or 4) subjects, ie. upon 300 or upon 400 marks, ie. stream by the current existing method or

- started to test run, by your total AL aggregate score, since PSLE 2021 psle AL going to be implemented, soon ?

example

Those P4 pupils whose AL aggregate (4 or 5 or 6 points), for 4 subjects individually, after this coming year-end 2019 SA2 (October) : will get allocated into Y2020 Top two P5 class ?


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Re: 2021 PSLE Discussions and Strategies (Children born in 2009)

Post by coast » Thu Jul 25, 2019 6:26 pm

Thanks for sharing.

Some important points from the article:-

1) When they get to Primary 6 in 2021, they will be given the cut-off entry scores of all secondary schools based on the new scoring system by the middle of the year (2021).

2) Foundation-level subjects - grades will be pegged to AL6 to AL8 of the Standard-level subjects.

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Re: 2021 PSLE Discussions and Strategies (Children born in 2009)

Post by laughingcat » Thu Jul 25, 2019 8:00 pm

also....

3) Students taking higher Chinese will no longer gain bonus points for entry into a Special Assistance Plan school but will continue to have an advantage over those who do not take it

4) MOE also said that those who score 8 and better in the PSLE will be eligible to take higher mother tongue in secondary school, while those who score 9 to 14 will be able to do so if they do well for mother tongue or higher mother tongue in the PSLE.

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