# [S3] Lesson 46 : PMC Challenge + Rate of Change + Topic Mastery III Updates/Debrief

[S3 Physics PMCians]

What we did in 2 hours:

We ended our last lesson on Electricity with a series of tests and exciting quizzes. Hope all of you had fun trying to solve the questions in double-quick time,and earning PMC dollars for your team but more importantly, you should now have the skills and confidence to conquer Circuits questions! =)

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Special Mention:

Take a good break during the holidays and have an “electrifying” time ahead. See you all again in December!

[S3 Maths PMCians]

What we did in 2 hours:

Last week, we explored more application of differentiation, Rate of Change.

We see that these problems can be done using the 5-step approach:
(1) Represent all given rate of change
(2) Form the chain
(3) Form the equation, then differentiate and substitute
(4) Substitute the values obtained into Step (2)
(5) Write a concluding statement.

Sometimes, from the Step 3 in the summary, the equation may not be given directly and can be tricky. Please continue to practise Rate of Change questions by trying the Takeaway Questions.

Special Mention:

This will conclude our headstart lessons. Gentle reminder to students joining us for revision classes, please double check the venue and time slots you have registered, we will see you at respective outlets/zoom.

For the remaining students who opt out from revision classes, we will see you in the next academic year starting from 07 December 2020! Enjoy your break!

[S3 Chemistry PMCians]

What we did in 2 hours:

We have completed our headstart programme with a Topic Mastery focusing on practical observation and analysis skills. You are now equipped with crucial reading and interpretation skills (e.g. anticipating cation/anion/redox tests) to tackle any qualitative and titration questions for practical.

Special Mention:

Wishing everyone a restful holiday and look forward to seeing you again for lessons in December. PMC is here for you in every step of the way. Do drop us a quick text to have any doubts or holiday homework assignments solved and clarified!

For students taking the revision chemistry courses, do remember to bring along your exam papers if you have not already done so for a quick one-to-one review as well as strengths and areas of improvement analysis.

Regards,

Mr Jacob

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