Survival Tips for PSLE … given by students who more than survived it!

18 Jan

Something spontaneous happened during our last December holiday program. I am talking about the interesting interaction between pupils in our P6 head-start class and those who took their PSLE in 2011 (now attending our SMO (Junior) program for pupils going to Secondary 1).
The younger ones were feeling stressed and anxious about taking PSLE in 2012. On the other hand, the older ones just had their high scores freshly printed on their result slips and were eager to share their experience on how they prepared for PSLE. They gave lots of tips and encouragement on how to do well in PSLE over a few 10-minute sharing sessions after lessons.
Two pupils who took their PSLE in 2010 also penned down their PSLE Survival Tips. One of them was ranked second in Singapore for that year. The other is also in one of the top girls’ school. Both came to Math Arena at P5 and are now in our SMO (Junior) program for Secondary 2.

I hope our P6 pupils will find these useful as they journey towards good performance in PSLE!

By Miss W:
1. Sleep early (before 11pm) 1 month ahead of PSLE


 2. Practice makes perfect


 3. Don’t slack!


 4. Always revise your work so that there will be no last minute studying and “chiong-ing”


 5. Make a study timetable/calendar and PSLE countdown


 6. Find the study method that suits you best and use it


 7. Don’t over-stress yourself


 8. Take regular breaks while studying (maximum 15 minutes)


 9. Revise difficult/confusing topics first

 

 10. Pay attention in class


 11. Don’t procrastinate!


 12. Never skip breakfast!
 

By Miss S:
1. Do not sleep any later than 11pm sharp


 2. Remember to take a healthy breakfast which is actually filling i.e. in the morning, eat like a queen; in the afternoon, eat like a merchant; in the evening, eat like a peasant.


 3. Practice mental sums like 2+4+8+1 = ….to strengthen your mind


 4. Of course you would have to pay attention in class and not doze off. It’s like knowing your enemy and when your teacher reveals the answer, it’s like revealing the loopholes in the math problem/question


 5. If you can find a game called World Hardest Game to have fun and to sharpen your reflexes. This helps in weight loss too.


 6. Give your 100% in everything you do!

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2 Responses to “Survival Tips for PSLE … given by students who more than survived it!”

  1. lennon su September 24, 2014 at 5:01 pm #

    actually it is suppose to sleep at 8.30PM so that you can go to school early

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