Chemistry is, with no doubt, one of the core subjects that is not only required as pre-requisite when applying for university courses but also serves as central science through which other sciences such as physics, biology and geology connect to each other. At the O-level, you are required to take at least two sciences, chemistry being compulsory. Of course, there has to be a valid reason as to why it has to be this way. In an attempt to solve this puzzle, we have summed up some of the key skills gained from learning chemistry.
2018 has been a monumental year as we had two female scientists win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry and Physics. Let’s take a look at the 2018 Nobel Prize winners in Chemistry and Physics and their contributions to the world of science.
This article discusses the reasons why many students find Junior College Year 1 (JC1) education challenging these days by looking at the system itself. Through this article, parents can get up-to-speed with the demands of the current GCE A-Level education in Singapore.
If you’re reading this, you have most likely just gotten back your O Level results and are contemplating if you are better suited for the Junior College (JC) or Polytechnic (Poly) route. This article aims to do a side-by-side comparison of consideration factors pertinent to you students so that you can make a more informed decision.