Author: Leslie

At the point of writing, there are approximately just 100 plus days left to PSLE Mathematics Paper itself. Is your child prepared for the final examination? This is the period that can really define your child’s education in Secondary school. This is because the marks or grades that your child obtain for PSLE will eventually determine your child’s choices of […]
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In working with schools and parents, we do notice that there are some very common misconceptions when students attempt questions involving fractions when it comes to PSLE Math papers. This is the number 1 reason why students are unable to obtain the correct answer in PSLE Math papers. More often than not, if the students’ understanding is not strong, chances […]
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It is an open secret that the PSLE Mathematics Paper for each year will have one or two questions that is challenging. Indeed, this is the norm across most examination questions. This is done to differentiate the top students from the mediocre ones. Usually, these questions requires the child to have a very analytical and critical mind. The questions can […]
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One of the few problems that students have when attempting algebra questions in PSLE Mathematics Paper 2 is that they are unable to figure out the proper heuristics that is needed. Indeed, there questions are pretty basic and fundamental, and it will be paramount for them to understand exactly how to solve the algebra questions. Some parents also commented that […]
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In a recent report, Singapore Math has been adopted by half of UK primary schools. Indeed, studies have shown that students who are exposed to Singapore Math showed more enthusiasm in Math. Why Is Singapore Math Gaining International Traction? What is so special about Singapore Math, that schools worldwide is studying its benefits and introducing into their national curriculum? Why Is Singapore Math […]
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More often than not, if your child is in the foundation level in Primary School, they are finding it tough to break down questions into bite sized information. When this occurs, they will simply lose the motivation to continue with the paper. This is actually legit, as during our work with schools and parents, they did mention that one of […]
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When it is nearing the PSLE, parents and children will start to panic. Parents will start to send their children to tuition centres, spending obscene amounts of money in the process. Just in case you do not know this, the tuition industry in Singapore is worth an estimated  $1 billion dollars in 2016 itself, and it is stated to grow. While […]
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In our line of work, we communicate with parents and teachers frequently. One of their major concerns is that their child or student is unable to finish the questions on time. This is not entirely surprising, as it is exactly the same problem that my peers had when we took our national examinations in the previous years. Indeed, the problem […]
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Motivation

KooBits EDU tackled the most difficult part of a child’s learning journey – motivation.

Koh Shoon Kuan

Parent

2016-03-14T15:19:08+00:00

Koh Shoon Kuan

Parent

KooBits EDU tackled the most difficult part of a child’s learning journey – motivation.

ADHD Child

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Stella Lim

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2016-03-14T15:19:18+00:00

Stella Lim

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My child is dyslexia and ADHD, as such, he is more of a visual learner…I continue to want him to enjoy doing these assessments with you.

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Teck Soon

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2017-05-24T10:58:03+00:00

Teck Soon

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My child likes mathematics a lot since he was three year old and as a parent we feel that his mathematics solving ability has been much improved and enhanced after he has been exposed to KooBits