Tuition for Poi Ching School at Pinevale Executive Condo

Poi Ching School Students at eduKate Singapore Tuition Centre

Primary PSLE Results SEAB Syllabus MOE English, Math, Science Tuition specific to Poi Ching School Primary Syllabus. We take pride as fine educators, wise mentors, supporting motivators and creative innovators with your child’s development turning them into top students, focussed and worldly-wise.

  • Tuition in Tampines, Pinevale 6 Tampines St73, Singapore 528825
  • SEAB PSLE 2015 All Subjects Schedule is found here: SEAB 2015 PSLE Exam Timetable

Classes PSLE Syllabus

  • Primary 1 English, Mathematics Tutorial, Preparatory
  • Primary 2 English, Mathematics Tutorial, Preparatory
  • Primary 3 English, Mathematics Tutorial, Preparatory
  • Primary 4 English, Mathematics, Science Tutorial, Preparatory
  • Primary 5 English, Mathematics, Science Tutorial, Preparatory
  • Primary 6 English, Mathematics, Science Tutorial, Preparatory, Intensive PSLE

Referrals and recommendations from our loyal clients abound with majority  of eduKate Tampines students coming from Poi Ching School.

P6 eduKate Students at Tampines Tuition Centre
P6 eduKate Poi Ching Students at Tampines Tuition Centre

Close to Poi Ching School at Pinevale Condominium

We also locate our tuition centre close to Poi Ching School so that your child has easy access to our top tutors from alma mater colleges RJC, ACJC, SMU, NTU. We are 50m away and takes 5 mins to walk over from Poi Ching.

Top Tutors, highly qualified, trained and current to PSLE Syllabus

We are a group of university graduate tutors with expert knowledge in the current MOE syllabus. We teach to understand everything according to the syllabus and then move onto solving challenging sums that students will encounter in their exams.

Our classes are conducted in a fully air-conditioned environment with the average tutor/student ratio of 1:5.

Our Current tutors

  • Ms Teo Yuet Ling: tutor from TPJC, UOL.
  • Ms Jeanine Cheok: tutor from RJC, SMU.
  • Ms Renee Kwek: tutor from TP, UOL.
  • Ms Yeo Hui Qing: tutor from TPJC, UOL.
  • Ms Kajol Singh: tutor from SAJC, NTU.

Our Custom Scheduling fits Poi Ching students perfectly

Our schedule in eduKate Tampines Tuition Centre caters specifically to Poi Ching’s school timetables and CCA’s. All new students will not have problems getting a suitable time slot in our class. One less headache for students and parents to attend our lessons.

Holistic Tuition Centre develops the total student

Give us a call to set up a tour around our centre and know more about  our unique tuition programmes.  Our quality programmes are developed to encapsulate a holistic development of your child’s psyche and let students gain confidence, enthusiastic in learning new things, become gracious and sociable.

eduKate Student from Poi Ching School gets good grades with the proper help from eduKate SG top tutors and developing a good attitude towards his studies.
eduKate Student from Poi Ching School gets good grades with the proper help from eduKate SG top tutors and developing a good attitude towards his studies.
eduKate Tuition Singapore with Minister of Education, Mr Heng Swee Kiat, MOE SEAB PSLE
eduKate Tuition Singapore with Minister of Education, Mr Heng Swee Kiat, MOE SEAB PSLE
SEAB PSLE Students doing MOE Maths Primary 6 tuition in Tampines eduKate Singapore Tutorial Class
SEAB PSLE Students doing MOE Maths Primary 6 tuition in Tampines eduKate Singapore Tutorial Class

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Poi Ching Tuition at Tampines Maths Science English Primary PSLE Syllabus
Poi Ching Tuition at Tampines Maths Science English Primary PSLE Syllabus

eduKate MOE SEAB PSLE English Language Materials- Top 100 Vocabulary List of Character Traits

English Tuition Singapore

Compiled by eduKate SG Tuition Centre Tampines and Punggol for Primary 4, Primary 5 and Primary 6 students, used on Character Traits in eduKate SG Creative Writing Programme for kids Vocabulary worksheets. Best used to describe intensive characters effectively for PSLE SEAB English composition and vocabulary in the new Syllabus 2015 format.

The following Top100 list has expanded to 255 words and keeps growing.

  1. Active
  2. Adaptable
  3. Adventurous
  4. Affable
  5. Affectionate
  6. Aggreeable
  7. Aggressive
  8. Ambitious
  9. Amicable
  10. Amusing
  11. Annoying
  12. Arrogant
  13. Articulate
  14. Athletic
  15. Awkward
  16. Boastful
  17. Bold
  18. Bossy
  19. Brave
  20. Brash
  21. Bright
  22. Bored
  23. Broad-minded
  24. Calm
  25. Careful
  26. Careless
  27. Caring
  28. Cautious
  29. Charming
  30. Chatty
  31. Cheerful
  32. Clean
  33. Clumsy
  34. Colorful
  35. Communicative
  36. Compassionate
  37. Complex
  38. Complete
  39. Conceited
  40. Confident
  41. Considerate
  42. Conscientious
  43. Cooperative
  44. Courageous
  45. Courteous
  46. Cowardly
  47. Creative
  48. Curious
  49. Dainty
  50. Daring
  51. Dark
  52. Decisive
  53. Defiant
  54. Delusional
  55. Demanding
  56. Determined
  57. Devastated
  58. Devout
  59. Disgruntled
  60. Discerning
  61. Diligent
  62. Diplomatic
  63. Discreet
  64. Dynamic
  65. Eager
  66. Easy-going
  67. Efficient
  68. Embarrassed
  69. Empathic
  70. Emotional
  71. Enjoyable
  72. Enthusiastic
  73. Energetic
  74. Excited
  75. Exuberant
  76. Fair
  77. Faithful
  78. Fanatical
  79. Fancy
  80. Fashionable
  81. Fearless
  82. Fighter
  83. Forceful
  84. Forgiving
  85. Frank
  86. Free spirited
  87. Friendly
  88. Frustrated
  89. Fun-loving
  90. Funny
  91. Generous
  92. Gentle
  93. Giving
  94. Gorgeous
  95. Good
  96. Gracious
  97. Gregarious
  98. Grumpy
  99. Grouchy
  100. Handsome
  101. Happy
  102. Hard-working
  103. Helpful
  104. Honest
  105. Hopeful
  106. Humble
  107. Humorous
  108. Idealist
  109. Imaginative
  110. Impartial
  111. Impulsive
  112. Independent
  113. Intelligent
  114. Intellectual
  115. Intuitive
  116. Inventive
  117. Jealous
  118. Joyful
  119. Judgmental
  120. Keen
  121. Kind
  122. Knowledgeable
  123. Lazy
  124. Leader
  125. Light-hearted
  126. Likeable
  127. Lively
  128. Lovable
  129. Loving
  130. Loyal
  131. Loud
  132. Lucky
  133. Manipulative
  134. Materialistic
  135. Mature
  136. Mean
  137. Melancholy
  138. Messy
  139. Mischievous
  140. Modest
  141. Moody
  142. Naïve
  143. Nasty
  144. Neat
  145. Nervous
  146. Nice
  147. Noisy
  148. Noble
  149. Obnoxious
  150. Opinionated
  151. Organized
  152. Outgoing
  153. Optimistic
  154. Passive
  155. Passionate
  156. Patient
  157. Patriotic
  158. Pessimistic
  159. Perfectionist
  160. Personable
  161. Persistent
  162. Pitiful
  163. Pioneering
  164. Philosophical
  165. Plain
  166. Placid
  167. Pleasant
  168. Pleasing
  169. Plucky
  170. Poor
  171. Polite
  172. Popular
  173. Powerful
  174. Practical
  175. Pretty
  176. Prim
  177. Pro-active
  178. Proper
  179. Proud
  180. Questionable
  181. Quick-witted
  182. Quicksilver
  183. Quiet
  184. Radical
  185. Rational
  186. Realistic
  187. Rebellious
  188. Reflective
  189. Relaxed
  190. Reliable
  191. Religious
  192. Reserved
  193. Respectful
  194. Responsible
  195. Resourceful
  196. Reverent
  197. Rich
  198. Rigid
  199. Romantic
  200. Rude
  201. Sad
  202. Sarcastic
  203. Self-confident
  204. Self-conscious
  205. Self-disciplined
  206. Selfish
  207. Sensible
  208. Sensitive
  209. Serious
  210. Sharp
  211. Short
  212. Shy
  213. Silly
  214. Simple
  215. Simple-minded
  216. Sincere
  217. Smart
  218. Sociable
  219. Stable
  220. Straightforward
  221. Strong
  222. Stubborn
  223. Studious
  224. Stupid
  225. Successful
  226. Sympathetic
  227. Swift
  228. Tall
  229. Tantalizing
  230. Tender
  231. Tense
  232. Thoughtful
  233. Thrilling
  234. Tidy
  235. Timid
  236. Tireless
  237. Tolerant
  238. Tough
  239. Tricky
  240. Trickster
  241. Trusting
  242. Ugly
  243. Unassuming
  244. Understanding
  245. Unhappy
  246. Unique
  247. Unlucky
  248. Vain
  249. Versatile
  250. Warm
  251. Warm hearted
  252. Wild
  253. Willing
  254. Wise
  255. Witty
English Tuition eduKateSG Mee Toh Primary Students at Punggol Prive Condo
English Tuition eduKateSG Mee Toh Primary Students at Punggol Prive Condo

The importance of education and scoring well in PSLE and GCE O’ levels A* and A1, SG50

Tips, Hints, and Focus for the PSLE Examinations.

SEAB MOE Syllabus PSLE and GCE O’ levels Singapore for Primary and Secondary Schools is by far the main contributor to the social mobility of Singaporeans.

PSLE Student doing Mathematics MOE SEAB Syllabus Singapore in Tampines Tuition Centre Class
PSLE Student doing Mathematics MOE SEAB Syllabus Singapore in Tampines Tuition Centre Class

It is the first major exam that starts the path of development for a young individual by training, developing and constructing the psyche of the ultimate student and turning them into a complete Singaporean adult that is capable of competing in this 21st Century workforce.

With SG50, we have now witnessed the effectiveness of education in transforming us into a metropolitan first world country, one that only has human resource that drives this country.

We survived, and then thrived against all odds, whilst in the face of competition against many other resource-rich nations. All this did not come from just plain luck.

We have witnessed too, with the PSLE and streaming of students into secondary schools, how much their PSLE scores alter their outcomes when they grow up.

And I am sure we have to keep our education world class in years to come, even more so with the huge external forces from other markets within the burgeoning Asian region as well as pressures from the international market to keep up-to-date and solve every problem that we will face in the future.

We cannot be naive and think our problems can be solved with a normal, mediocre education, with a low-skilled and highly unmotivated work force. That is not the mark of a first world country. We need to have something special to keep competition at bay.

Dynamism is a highly valued characteristic our children should possess.

I shall loosely quote Gordon Ramsay, “You can’t run a “country” if you can’t even run your own bath.”

And hence, education, training, intelligence, creativity, innovation and persevering hardwork are the hallmarks of a successful country. We need to adopt the mentality that we are larger than what we are, that our world is not restricted to the red dot that makes Singapore a country. But rather, we are in a global community that requires global competitiveness and social skills. And that comes from a world class education.

We need a large canvas of intelligence and expertise, multitudes of captains of industries, pools of talents, and scores of highly skilled individuals to deal with the increasingly convoluted society and economy of the future. And that comes from a world class education.

We, as a nation, bear witness to social mobility, from our previous generations to current generations, and am sure, to our future generations, that doing well in education equates to better salaries, better standards of living and a stable economy. But this didn’t just happen to an individual, and the last 50 years, we have all moved up the social ladder as a collective community. And we have continued to be socially mobile. And that again, comes from a world class education.

As a nation, we have improved leaps and bounds, again, that didn’t just happen by plain luck. We have our PM Lee Kuan Yew to thank for that. But even more so, our society as a whole has taken those steps to rid ourselves of the third world status and decided that this should be the way to go, forwards. And that should always be the way to go, forwards.

All this leads to one conclusion, that of a student that does well in his/her education, will do well in life. That is a rule of thumb of any Singaporean student, and its the easiest and distinct way by far to move up the ladder and achieve success in life.

Let not detractors say that PSLE is getting too hard, for being soft only weakens our pool of talented future human resources. For in Singapore, strength comes from advancing together, and we have to be careful when a minority wants to re-invent the wheel and begs for an easy PSLE.

Let me quote some articles statistics that shows our education is working: Why Asian Nations Dominate Global Education Rankings-Not surprisingly, the top four countries overall – South Korea (No. 1), Japan (No. 2), Singapore (No. 3)….put an emphasis on their students developing basic skills….numeracy and literacy.

Straits Times: “Singapore takes third spot in global education rankings “Singapore’s education system has been described as “world-leading” and in 2010 was among those picked out for commendation by the former British Tory education secretary Michael Gove…As of 2012, both universities are ranked among the Top 50 in the world.” Education minister pleased with Singapore’s PISA ranking “To do well, a student can’t get by with just memorisation; he must have real knowledge and the wits to apply that knowledge to unpredictable real-life problems. This is exactly what we want our students to learn in school — the real skills to think critically and creatively so they can succeed in the 21st Century,” said Heng Swee Kiat.

We do need changes to adapt to the ever changing world, and so our education shall be tweaked to allow such changes. But changing the whole system, on something that has worked well, is just suicidal and cataclysmic.

The problem with education is that the effects are not seen straight off, and only in 20 years time, and maybe another 5-10 years after that when the student graduates and starts climbing up their career and contributes to society. Only then will we feel the effect that will be shouldered by the next generation with a wrong education model.

We have come far from where we began 50 years ago, and our success has come from truly hard intelligent pragmatic work. The recipe for success did not come from being weak, or having a compromised education/society. We do have to be careful how any changes will alter our state, as if its for the better, no one complains; but for the worse, everyone pays, ultimately.

Generally, and critically, the higher the education of a Singaporean, the higher they climb up the social ladder. And that is fact. And that starts with the PSLE. And that, is one that parents should never waver in their child’s education.

Punggol Small Group Tuition English Mathematics and Science
Punggol Female Tutors attending to Primary students when they find it difficult to understand. Explain when they need it, or if we find they can do it, we will make them think independently

Classes for 2015

Herein lies the class contents and SEAB MOE Syllabus of our 2015 tutorial classes for English, Maths and Science tuition at both eduKate Tampines and Punggol Branch. MOE PSLE syllabus will be adhered to strictly with additions as listed below applied for your child’s character development and skill improvements. PSLE Syllabus by SEAB MOE can be found at bottom of this page.

Primary English

eduKate’s syllabus covers MOE guideline PSLE Syllabus English 2015 as our core lesson content.

  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar
  • Synthesis
  • Composition (Situational and Continuous)
  • Comprehension
  • Cloze Passage
  • Listening Comprehension
  • Oral and speech

In addition, we incorporate the following into our English programme:

  • Creative writing
  • Historical Knowledge
  • General Knowledge
  • Moral Ethics and Good Manners
  • Introduction to Newspapers and Current Affairs
  • Reading & Appreciation of Classical Children Story Books
  • English and its use in Technology and Social Media

Primary Mathematics

eduKate’s syllabus for Mathematics follows MOE guideline in accordance to cohort requirements from Primary 1-6.

In addition, we shall incorporate the following into our Mathematics programme:

  • Conceptual Understanding and Skill Proficiency
  • Heuristics and application to Problem Sums
  • Every day use of Mathematics
  • PSLE Preparatory Mathematics Classes in October 2014
  • PSLE Intensive Mathematics Classes in June-October 2015
eduKate Singapore Tampines Tuition Centre Student doing Secondary Math
eduKate Singapore Tampines Tuition Centre Student doing Secondary Math

Below are a list of schools that we currently cater to in accordance to our current location

Tampines Tuition Branch:

  • Angsana Primary School
  • Chongzheng Primary School
  • East Spring Primary School
  • East View Primary School
  • Gongshang Primary School
  • Junyuan Primary School
  • Poi Ching School
  • St. Hilda’s Primary School
  • Tampines North Primary School
  • Tampines Primary School
  • Yumin Primary School
  • Dunman Secondary School
  • East Spring Secondary School
  • East View Secondary School
  • Junyuan Secondary School
  • Ngee Ann Secondary School
  • Pasir Ris Secondary School
  • Springfield Secondary School
  • St. Hilda’s Secondary School
  • Tampines Secondary School
  • Tampines Junior College
  • United World College of South East Asia (Tampines Campus)
  • Canossa Convent Primary School
  • East Coast Primary School
  • Eunos Primary School
  • Geylang Methodist School (Primary)
  • Haig Girls’ School
  • Macpherson Primary School
  • Maha Bodhi School
  • Maris Stella High School
  • Ngee Ann Primary School
  • St. Gabriel’s Primary School
  • Tao Nan School
  • Yangzheng Primary School
  • Bartley Secondary School
  • CHIJ Katong Convent
  • Geylang Methodist School (Secondary)
  • MacPherson Secondary School
  • Manjusri Secondary School
  • Ping Yi Secondary School
  • St. Gabriel’s Secondary School
  • Zhonghua Secondary School
  • Nanyang Junior College

Punggol Tuition Branch:

  • Casuarina Primary School
  • Compassvale Primary School
  • Coral Primary School
  • Edgefield Primary School
  • Elias Park Primary School
  • Greendale Primary School
  • Horizon Primary School
  • Loyang Primary School
  • Mee Toh School
  • Meridian Primary School
  • North Vista Primary School
  • Palm View Primary School
  • Park View Primary School
  • Pasir Ris Primary School
  • Punggol Primary School
  • Punggol Green Primary School
  • Punggol View Primary School
  • Seng Kang Primary School
  • White Sands Primary School
  • Yio Chu Kang Primary School
  • Compassvale Secondary School
  • Coral Secondary School
  • Edgefield Secondary School
  • Greendale Secondary School
  • Greenview Secondary School
  • Hai Sing Catholic School
  • Loyang Secondary School
  • North Vista Secondary School
  • Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School
  • Punggol Secondary School
  • Seng Kang Secondary School
  • Siglap Secondary School
  • Meridian Junior College
  • North Spring Primary School
  • Rivervale Primary School
  • CHIJ St. Joseph’s Convent
  • Anchor Green Primary School
  • Fernvale Primary School
  • Nan Chiau Primary School
  • Sengkang Green Primary School
  • Springdale Primary School
  • Nan Chiau High School
  • Pei Hwa Secondary School
Secondary Mathematics GCE O levels at eduKate SG Tuition Centre
Secondary Mathematics GCE O levels at eduKate SG Tuition Centre

Current PSLE Syllabus outlined by SEAB MOE website Jan 2015 onwards


Implemented from the Year of Examination 2015


The purpose of the examination is to assess the candidates’ attainment in English Language based on the Learning Outcomes stated in the English Language Syllabus 2010: Primary & Secondary (Express / Normal [Academic]). The Learning Outcomes form the basis for the assessment objectives listed on page 3.


In this English Language examination, candidates will be assessed on their ability to:

In Paper 1 (Writing)

  1. AO1  write to suit purpose, audience and context in a way that is clear and effective
  2. AO2  use appropriate register and tone in a variety of texts
  3. AO3  generate and select relevant ideas, organising and expressing them in a coherentand cohesive manner
  4. AO4  use correct grammar, spelling and punctuation
  5. AO5  use a variety of vocabulary appropriately, with clarity and precision

In Paper 2 (Language Use and Comprehension)

  1. AO1  demonstrate comprehension of a range of texts at the literal and inferential levels
  2. AO2  show understanding of implied meaning, and make judgement and evaluation, byreading and/or viewing closely and critically
  3. AO3  show understanding of how contextual use of lexical and grammatical itemsshapes meaning
  4. AO4  demonstrate the correct use of grammar, spelling and punctuation, and theappropriate use of vocabulary in given contexts

In Paper 3 (Listening Comprehension)

  1. AO1  demonstrate understanding of the content of a variety of spoken texts at the literal and inferential levels
  2. AO2  identify key messages, main ideas and details in a variety of spoken texts
  3. AO3  infer and draw conclusions by listening critically

In Paper 4 (Oral Communication)

  1. AO1  read with good pronunciation, clear articulation and appropriate intonation in order to convey the information, ideas and feelings in a passage
  2. AO2  produce a well-paced, fluent reading of a passage
  3. AO3  express their personal opinions, ideas and experiences clearly and effectively inconversing with the examiner
  4. AO4  speak fluently and with grammatical accuracy, using a range of appropriatevocabulary and structures


Candidates will be assessed in the following areas:








1 (Writing)

Situational Writing Continuous Writing


1 1

15 40


1 h 10 min


(Language Use and Comprehension)

Booklet A:



Vocabulary Cloze

Visual Text Comprehension

Booklet B:

Grammar Cloze

Editing for Spelling and Grammar

Comprehension Cloze

Synthesis / Transformation

Comprehension OE




10 5 5 8

10 12

15 5 10

10 5 5 8

10 12

15 10 20


1 h 50 min


(Listening Comprehension)

Listening Comprehension





About 35 min


(Oral Communication)

Reading Aloud

Stimulus-based Conversation


1 passage

1 visual stimulus

10 20


About 10 min (5 min preparation time; about 5 min examination time)





MCQ Multiple-choice questions OE Open-ended questions

Paper 1 (Writing)

Part 1 (Situational Writing): Candidates will be required to write a short functional piece (e.g. letter, email, report) to suit the purpose, audience and context of a given situation.

Part 2 (Continuous Writing): Candidates will be required to write a composition of at least 150 words in continuous prose on a given topic. Three pictures will be provided on the topic offering different angles of interpretation. Candidates may also come up with their own interpretation of the topic.

Paper 2 (Language Use and Comprehension)

Candidates will be assessed on their ability to use language correctly and to comprehend visual and textual information.

Paper 3 (Listening Comprehension)

This paper comprises 20 multiple-choice questions which test candidates’ ability to understand spoken English. The texts may be in the form of news items, announcements, advertisements, instructions, explanations, conversations, speeches and stories. Graphic representations will be used for the first seven items. Each text will be read twice. Time will be given for candidates to read the questions before the first reading of each text.

Paper 4 (Oral Communication)

For Reading Aloud, candidates are assessed on their ability to pronounce and articulate words clearly, as well as their ability to read fluently with appropriate expression and rhythm. For Stimulus-based Conversation, candidates are assessed on their ability to give a personal response to a visual stimulus and engage in a conversation on a relevant topic.


For Examination from 2009


The purpose of the Mathematics examination is to assess pupils’ attainment in mathematics at the end of primary education with respect to the objectives of the 2007 Mathematics (Primary) syllabus. pdf file-PSLE-maths-primary-2007


Pupils should be able to:

  •   recall specific mathematical facts, concepts, rules and formulae, and performstraightforward computations. (Knowledge)
  •   interpret data and use mathematical concepts, rules and formulae, and solveroutine or familiar mathematical problems. (Comprehension)
  •   analyse data and/or apply mathematical concepts, rules and formulae in acomplex situation, and solve unfamiliar problems. (Application & Analysis)EXAMINATION FORMATThe examination consists of two written papers comprising three booklets.



Item Type

Number of questions

Number of marks per question









50 min

















1 h 40 min

Structured / Long-answer


3, 4, 5





2 h 30 min


  1. Both papers will be scheduled on the same day with a break between the two papers.
  2. Paper 1 comprises two booklets. The use of calculators is not allowed.
  3. Paper 2 comprises one booklet. The use of calculators is allowed.

Item Types

Multiple-choice Question

For each question, four options are provided of which only one is the correct answer. A candidate has to choose one of the options as his correct answer.

Short-answer Question

For each question, a candidate has to write his answer in the space provided. Any unit required in an answer is provided and a candidate has to give his answer in that unit.

Structured / Long-answer Question

For each question, a candidate has to show his method of solution (working steps) clearly and write his answer(s) in the space(s) provided.


For examination from 2010


The PSLE Science Paper assesses pupils’ attainment in Science with respect to the aims of Primary Science Education as stated in the 2008 Science (Primary) syllabus pdf file- psle-science-primary-2008.


The assessment objectives are as follows:

  1. Knowledge with UnderstandingPupils should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of scientific facts, concepts and principles.
  2. Application of Knowledge and Process SkillsPupils should be able to:
    1. apply scientific facts, concepts and principles to new situations.
    2. use one or a combination of the following basic process skills:
      •   Observing
      •   Comparing
      •   Classifying
      •   Using apparatus and equipment
      •   Communicating
      •   Inferring
      •   Predicting
      •   Analysing
      •   Generating possibilities
      •   Evaluating
      •   Formulating hypothesis


The examination consists of one written paper comprising two booklets, Booklet A and Booklet B.

Table 1


Item Type

Number of questions

Number of marks per question

Weighting (%)











  1. I  Booklet A consists of 30 multiple-choice questions. Each multiple-choice question carries 2 marks.
  2. II  Booklet B consists of 14 open-ended questions. Each open-ended question carries 2, 3 or 4 marks.

Duration of Paper

The duration of the paper is 1 hour 45 minutes.

the above is downloaded from  and is correct as of 3rd April 2015. Any revisions from this date on shall be updated by and updated with notes. This page is intended for use by edukate Singapore Tuition Centre students and parents for their reference and examination planning schedule. Kindly disregard if otherwise. Thank you.

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