SEC 3 PHYSICS TERM 2 NEWSLETTER -MYE Physics Revision Workshop

SEC 3 PHYSICS TERM 2 NEWSLETTER -MYE Physics Revision Workshop

If you’ve been following us, we organised a revision workshop for our Sec 3 Physics students since 2 weeks ago. So we thought it’s about time we gave you a little sneak peek on what goes on in class…

Lesson Materials

And in case you were wondering, here’s an overview of essential lesson materials that our students are entitled to each lesson:
1)  an A5 compilation of 2016 prelim questions with worked solutions
2) an A4 booklet containing:
a) MCQ questions as part of a in-class timed practice
b) Structured questions
c) Bonus questions [we highly recommend that you try them! You can check your answers with the worked solutions afterwards :D]
Also, we will be giving our students a test at the end of the revision workshop so that we can test their understanding and concepts, so… please be fully prepared for that.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you 😛

Tutor Comments:

Finally, everyone seems to be finally aware that the mid year exam is near. (If you aren’t, that’s worrying isn’t it?) School life isn’t all fun and games -a bit of stress now is definitely good to pace the student in the sec 3 academic year. Many will soon realise that while they can easily score well in small tests especially after covering a particular topic, it’s not easy to score well in big exams that integrate more than one topic. The question banks in the booklets aim to prepare students for their exams, and we believe that solving questions is as important, if not more than merely going through notes. The mock paper before the actual exam is important and is usually provides good feedback on whether the student has invested enough time in the MYE preparation. As always, the results you get in the exams should not be a surprise to you. It’s usually an accurate measure of what you understand and what you remember at that point of time.
With that, we wish you all the best in your preparation and examinations!
Written by Sec 3 Physics Academic Team
Vetted by Mr Dave Sim, Head of Academic.
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