[J2] Lesson 42 (Final Lap Revision Lesson 2 + Grade A Questions – Sequences & Series L1 + Grade A Qns – Organic Chemistry L1)

[J2 Physics PMCians] Mock Paper 3 – How to select the Options?


What we did in 2 hours:

This week, we continued our preparation for the A-levels with Mock Paper 3, specifically, how to choose the Option questions (Section B)

Obviously, you will need to review both questions, and then select the question which will give the best score!

What you take home:

Solutions has been updated in the link below:


Special Mention:

As you prepare for the upcoming Practical/Planning exam, do remember to prepare by reading through the Planning Booklet B.

Have a good night’s rest before the exam so that you have a clear and sharp mind.


Looking forward to the good news!


Cheering you on!!

Mr Sim & Mr Kwok 🙂

[J2 Maths PMCians]


What we did in 2 hours:

We cleared a good portion of Sequences & Series. Method of Differences is by now a very comfortable topic, but let’s always be ready to deal with the tougher questions involving trigo (factor formula is essential!) and never be flustered with an unfamiliar context – the DHS complex numbers MoD was much easier than it looked, wasnt it!

Additionally we warmed up with some AP GP, let’s be confident that as long as we are able to break down the problem and form equations, the GC will be able to help us get answers.

What you take home:

Worked solutions for the final two questions from the Additional Lesson, as well as Q1 of Sequences & Series are uploaded here:



Term 4 Quiz N has been updated into the link. Quiz L&M solutions are updated.


Special Mention:

We finish Sequences & Series this week and move on to our last topic, Graphing & Functions!


See You and Stay Healthy!

[J2 Chemistry PMCians] 


What we did in 2 hours:

We have done 2 x 4 hour lessons in the past week, focusing on Paper 4. We have discussed the various potential experiments from chapters ranging from energetics to kinetics. The experimental procedures in planning follow quite closely to the experiments, so do pay attention to them while you attempt planning questions. By now, you should have realised that the majority of the questions are theory based – i.e. concepts must be fundamentally strong to score well in practical.


During our usual lessons, we have looked at tougher Ksp questions and how creative our examiners can be.

What you take home:

1 down, 3 more chem papers to go!


This week, we have completed Grade A Questions on Ionic Equilibrium, looking at pretty tough Ksp MCQs. We then moved onto Grade A Organic Chemistry questions, dealing with the variety of question types and skillset.

Special Mention:

Let us look at some of the harder organic question types – deductive, elucidation and pattern recognition next week!


Stay healthy, physically and mentally!

Mr Leong

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