[J2] Term 1 Week 6 (10-16 Feb) Updates/ Debrief

[J2 Physics PMCians] Becoming a pro in Electric Field


What we did in 2 hours:

During lesson you attempted Integrated questions involving E-field, followed by two quizes to test how good you are in this topic. We are certain you are on your way to becoming a pro in this topic!! 

What you take home:

Do take time to try the take-away Test C, while the lesson is still fresh in your memory. Here is the link to the solutions for the test:


Special Mention:

In the next lesson, we will be revising Current of Electricity & DC Circuits. Please come prepared with the difficult questions you have on this topic, and see if by the end of the lesson, you can answer most of the questions!! 

[J2 Maths PMCians] Differential Equations Revision


What we did in 2 hours:

Applying DE to applications can be challenging! We’ve gone through the process of coming up with, solving and applying DEs in various contexts. Hopefully the exposure to modern day setting involving Logistics Model, the Lotka Volterra model and Econs has given you more experience and confidence here!


RI Class: Applications of Integration can be one of the toughest chapters, good job managing the heavier exam-style questions. Special shoutout to the 2019 A lvls question, you know it’ll be inspiring some exam setters this year!


What you take home:

The solutions for DE take-away questions, as well as Try-It questions are linked here:



RI Class: The Applications of Integration take-away qns solutions are linked here:


Special Mention:

Next week we’ll begin revision on Vectors. Do warm up!


RI Class: We’ll be moving on Differential Equations, focusing first on Techniques. Don’t forget your Integration Techniques skills though, we’ll need them!

[J2 Chemistry PMCians] Get ready for a world of organic chemistry!


What we did in 2 hours:

[Beauty World/ Paya Lebar] We completed Halogen Derivatives and moved onto Hydroxyl Compounds. In specifics, we looked at concepts involving:

  1. Ease of Hydrolysis of Halogen Derivatives
  2. 5 major reactions of alcohols


[Bishan] We are finishing up Acid Base Equilibrium, looking at specifically:

  1. Quantitative look at buffer solutions
  2. Key features of titration curve

What you take home:

[Beauty World/ Paya Lebar] The solutions to the final portion on CFCs are found in the following link:


Special Mention:

[Beauty World/ Paya Lebar] We will continue to look at Hydroxyl Compounds.

[Bishan] We will go back to organic chemistry to look at Halogen Derivatives