Top 4 ways to score for your O Level Chemistry Exam
Are you anxious about getting an A1 for your O Level Chemistry Exam?
If yes, we have crafted an easy solution for you with our years of experience teaching ‘O’ Level Chemistry Tuition in Singapore.
Most of the students, who want to get A1 in their Chemistry course, end up with poor results.
Do you know the reason why?
It’s because they only dream about getting a high score in their exams but practically they are not willing to put effort and hard work it takes to get them there.
After analysis, we have listed down the most important points which will land you to an A1 in chemistry. By using these methods, you will see a change in your concepts clarity in two weeks.
1. Create Questions out of Paragraphs in a Topic
Creating your questions is the most useful and efficient strategy to clear your concepts about the topic. A lot of students try to cram the topics and do not try to create any ideas as they are focused on the marks only.
When you read a paragraph on a topic, try to write maximum questions that can be asked from that subsection. This will not only help you in refining your concepts but making those topics easily memorable. This strategy eliminates the use of a helping book.
2. Take offline and online tests about that topic
The offline tests are the kind of tests that class teachers usually take. The online tests are those which you take online through the internet about that one particular topic.
Why taking tests is important? No matter how much preparation been done, you cannot check your progress until you take a test. Tests give you clear ideas about the kind of questions that can be asked in the exam and also your memory gets sharp when you take a good number of tests.
One quick advice, you should always focus on your learnings during a test. What I mean to say is that you need to notice that how the question is made out of that topic and compare it with the question you’ve done while studying. It’s all about practice, the more tests you take, the more confident you become.
3. Collect and remember punch points of each topic
Now, you will be thinking, what are the punch points? Punch points are those keywords which an examiner wants to see in your answer. These are the points which are most important in the topic, and the topic is incomplete without them.
Use proper sentences and also try to write specific concept oriented phrases that score the content high. Try to present your answers in a well-structured way with sufficient elaboration of the most important points.
4. Revise full Book on the night before Final Exam
Most of the students fail to score A1 because they do not revise properly. If you have followed above three steps, then you will be in a strong position to revise the articles quickly because you have the keywords and questions written on your notebook.
The strategy to revise is to look at the topic name, paint a picture of the topic in your head, and take a good look at the keyword and the underlying concept of the topic with all possible questions. Once you have done that, you are good to go.
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