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Making the Best Use of the School Holidays

As students, school holidays offer a valuable opportunity to recharge, relax, and rejuvenate after a busy term of studies. However, it’s also an excellent time to make significant strides in your academic journey and prepare for upcoming exams.

 

Let’s explore how you can maximise your school holidays to achieve success in your PSLE English and Mathematics exams through focused tuition programmes.

 

1) Set Clear Goals:

 

Before diving into your holiday activities, take some time to set clear academic goals for yourself. Identify the areas of English and Mathematics where you feel you need the most improvement, whether it’s mastering grammar rules, enhancing comprehension skills, or tackling complex Mathematical concepts. Start by mapping out how to spend your time each day. How many hours will you be using to study, play and relax? Setting specific, measurable and achievable goals will help you stay focused and motivated throughout the holiday period.

 

2) Enrol in PSLE English and Mathematics Tuition Programmes:

 

Consider enrolling in PSLE English and Maths tuition programmes during the school holidays. Cognitus Academy offers such tuition programmes that provides targeted instruction and practice to help you strengthen your skills and build confidence in these critical subjects. Our experienced tutors and tailored curriculum offer valuable support and guidance to help you excel in your exams.

 

3) Develop a Structured Study Plan:

 

Once enrolled in tuition programmes, work with your tutors to develop a structured study plan for the holiday period. Allocate specific time slots for English and Mathematics revision, practice sessions, and breaks to ensure a balanced approach to your studies. Be sure to include regular review sessions to reinforce your learning and track your progress over time.

 

4) Practise Regularly:

 

Consistent practice is key to mastering any subject. Set aside time each day to engage in English and Mathematics practice exercises, such as solving sample exam questions, completing workbook exercises, or participating in online quizzes. Practice will help you reinforce your understanding of key concepts, improve your problem-solving skills, and build confidence in your abilities.

 

5) Stay Organised and Motivated:

 

Maintain a well-organised study environment and keep track of your study materials, notes, and assignments. Set up a study timetable or planner to help you stay on track with your revision goals and deadlines. Additionally, stay motivated by reminding yourself of the importance of your academic goals and the rewards that come with achieving success in your exams.

 

6) Take Breaks and Relax:

 

While it’s essential to stay focused on your studies, don’t forget to take breaks and relax during the school holidays. Schedule time for activities you enjoy, such as spending time with family and friends, pursuing hobbies, or engaging in physical exercise. Taking breaks will help you recharge your mind and body, allowing you to return to your studies feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

 

At Cognitus Academy, we are dedicated to providing extra support to help your child achieve their academic goals with our PSLE English and Mathematics Tuition Programme. Our comprehensive range of programmes is designed to cater to the specific needs of each student, ensuring they receive personalised attention and guidance every step of the way.

 

Furthermore, our holistic approach to education goes beyond academics. We provide a supportive and nurturing environment where students are encouraged to develop critical thinking skills, problem-solving abilities, and a lifelong love for learning.

 

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