Briefing

Knowledge & Power

I Grew Up Gifted. It Was Terrifying.

Imagine that, one day, you awoke to find yourself transformed into a seven-year-old child. Yes, an adult, cognitively speaking, trapped in a child’s body. How terrible, how incomprehensibly terrifying, would it be?

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How to Survive the Examination Crunch

It is an undeniable fact that our examination system is stressful and competitive, due to the lack of natural resources in Singapore and, consequently, the emphasis on developing human capital. This may or may not have contributed to a rise in the number of students suffering from exam stress.

However, one can be prepared to face all this if there is sufficient help both academically and personally.

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The Long Stretch to the Final Exam

Are you in a state of panic? Or, at the very least, worry? If so, then you are in the right place – for I, along with thousands of those who have survived those exams, have been in your shoes.

Personal Branding & Well-Being

The DSA Dream Team

When preparing your child for the Direct Schools Admissions (DSA), you want people who have been through the system and know exactly what the panels are looking for. We are proud to offer you the chance to tap on the expertise of a dream team comprised of these best-in-class educators.

Personal Branding & Well-Being

Musings of an Ex-Vice-Principal: The Interview

This column is written by Sherman Tseng, our Director of Teaching and Curriculum. He will be conducting our Academic Admissions Prep workshop for Direct School Admissions (DSA) this March holidays, which will guide students through the interview process and help them craft their personal statement. Click here to find out more!

Knowledge & Power

Building the Write Muscle

The task of having to build the right muscles is not reserved for professional athletes alone. Writers, too, must work hard at their craft and train their creativity. As most of us know, creativity is now an overused buzzword – yet its importance to students continues to increase.