2020 PSLE Discussions and Strategies(for those born in 2008)

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Re: 2020 PSLE Discussions and Strategies(for those born in 2008)

Post by m3i_m3i » Mon Nov 18, 2019 9:02 am

I'd like to ask expert parents who are experienced in PSLE Score.
My DD results for P5 SA2 are Eng 83, Math 86, CL 79, Sci 91.
How can I predict her PSLE score next year (approximately) provide she continues perform well or better?
Thank you in advance for your reply

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Re: 2020 PSLE Discussions and Strategies(for those born in 2008)

Post by peasants » Mon Nov 18, 2019 9:26 am

m3i_m3i wrote:
Mon Nov 18, 2019 9:02 am
I'd like to ask expert parents who are experienced in PSLE Score.
My DD results for P5 SA2 are Eng 83, Math 86, CL 79, Sci 91.
How can I predict her PSLE score next year (approximately) provide she continues perform well or better?
Thank you in advance for your reply
245 to 255. Add all up and times 0.72 - 0.75 depending.

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Re: 2020 PSLE Discussions and Strategies(for those born in 2008)

Post by m3i_m3i » Mon Nov 18, 2019 11:14 am

Thank you

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Re: 2020 PSLE Discussions and Strategies(for those born in 2008)

Post by sembgal » Mon Nov 18, 2019 10:45 pm

m3i_m3i wrote:
Mon Nov 18, 2019 9:02 am
I'd like to ask expert parents who are experienced in PSLE Score.
My DD results for P5 SA2 are Eng 83, Math 86, CL 79, Sci 91.
How can I predict her PSLE score next year (approximately) provide she continues perform well or better?
Thank you in advance for your reply
I would take 0.7 * 339 her total aggregate to get 237 and have a prudent approach. Lower the T-score expectation. If she does better for PSLE than prelims or P5, her T-score will be higher of course.

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Re: 2020 PSLE Discussions and Strategies(for those born in 2008)

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Re: 2020 PSLE Discussions and Strategies(for those born in 2008)

Post by phtthp » Wed Nov 20, 2019 10:31 am

2020 PSLE P6 students (born 2008)


For Maths (subject)
when school re-open in 2020 January Term 1,

perhaps can clarify with your own primary school's Maths, both ( HOD + your own P6 class Maths Teacher), whether "Speed", a very time-consuming, tedious, laborious practice P6 Topic

- is not tested, inside Maths Paper 1, Section A (Multiple choice) only,

Or

- not tested, inside the entire whole Paper 1, both Section A (MCQ) as well as in Section B (Short-structured questions) included,

Or

- not tested in entire Paper 2 only,

Or

- totally drop off this "Speed" topic, from radar


If your school's Maths Teacher confirmed reply is
Totally drop "Speed", not inside PSLE examination scope anymore, next find out (inquire) : what (which) new Topic substitute "Speed" (If any) ?


If answer is
No substitution required, then your 2020 PSLE Maths preparation, is much easier


https://www.schoolbag.sg/story/dear-p6-students
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Re: 2020 PSLE Discussions and Strategies(for those born in 2008)

Post by kylene » Wed Nov 20, 2019 10:52 am

Is there a change in the maths syllabus for next year ?

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Re: 2020 PSLE Discussions and Strategies(for those born in 2008)

Post by Berlykiasu » Wed Nov 20, 2019 1:27 pm

phtthp wrote:
Wed Nov 20, 2019 10:31 am
2020 PSLE P6 students (born 2008)


For Maths (subject)
when school re-open in 2020 January Term 1,

perhaps can clarify with your own primary school's Maths, both ( HOD + your own P6 class Maths Teacher), whether "Speed", a very time-consuming, tedious, laborious practice P6 Topic

- is not tested, inside Maths Paper 1, Section A (Multiple choice) only,

Or

- not tested, inside the entire whole Paper 1, both Section A (MCQ) as well as in Section B (Short-structured questions) included,

Or

- not tested in entire Paper 2 only,

Or

- totally drop off this "Speed" topic, from radar


If your school's Maths Teacher confirmed reply is
Totally drop "Speed", not inside PSLE examination scope anymore, next find out (inquire) : what (which) new Topic substitute "Speed" (If any) ?


If answer is
No substitution required, then your 2020 PSLE Maths preparation, is much easier


https://www.schoolbag.sg/story/dear-p6-students
I checked with the hod if speed will be taken out during the ptm and the hod replied nope. I noticed that the chapter about speed is still in the P6 textbook.

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Re: 2020 PSLE Discussions and Strategies(for those born in 2008)

Post by xuanting » Thu Nov 21, 2019 4:42 pm

phtthp wrote:
Wed Nov 20, 2019 10:31 am
2020 PSLE P6 students (born 2008)


For Maths (subject)
when school re-open in 2020 January Term 1,

perhaps can clarify with your own primary school's Maths, both ( HOD + your own P6 class Maths Teacher), whether "Speed", a very time-consuming, tedious, laborious practice P6 Topic
... ...
Where did you get this info from?

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Re: 2020 PSLE Discussions and Strategies(for those born in 2008)

Post by phtthp » Thu Nov 21, 2019 4:56 pm

xuanting wrote:
Thu Nov 21, 2019 4:42 pm

Where did you get this info from?
Do clarify with your 2020 Maths Hod

If HOD confirm that "Speed" is still included inside Psle scope, then continue to practise " Speed " questions, as per normal,

because

this year, for us (2019 Psle batch), we 2019 P6 students spent a lot of time, so much time practised "Speed" questions, but in the end inside Maths Paper 2, don't recall seeing one whole question come out on "Speed". We expected "Speed" to come out in Paper 2. But on hind sight now, perhaps National exam (PSLE) do spring surprises, just like how this year SEAB spring surprise on English composition topic, "Celebration". We did not expect this kind of compo topic, to come out

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