The Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) can be considered to be the first education milestone a child and their parent would go through together, and may be the exam that parents are most involved in. With multiple revisions to the PSLE grading and scoring system over time, parents are often worried about PSLE scores.
Our articles help parents and students navigate through the system, offering advice on how to prepare for English, Math, Science and Mother Tongue exams, avoid making common mistakes, and also how parents can secure Direct School Admissions (DSA) into a secondary school of their choice via PSLE tuition or other means.
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