The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB) English language and literature exam starts on Monday, but you don’t need to be a bundle of nerves in the run up to the big day.
Memorising facts and figures is all well and good, but this extremely tough paper required extra thought.
This year’s DSE Biology Paper 1 (core) was easier than last year’s, but Paper 2 (electives) was harder, teachers said.
This year’s DSE elective Chinese History Paper exam was much simpler than last year’s because more popular topics appeared in this year’s paper, secondary school teachers say.
It’s hard to believe that Melody Tam Lok-man, a top scorer from HKUGA College, who got 5** in seven subjects in last year’s DSEs, used to fail Chinese and Liberal Studies.
While candidates are frantically studying for core subjects like English language, mathematics and liberal studies, it’s important not to forget the electives.
British author opposed dictatorship, and he expressed his views in his writing.
The HKDSE for economics and business, accounting and financial studies (Bafs) are just one month away. So here is some last-minute tips to prepare you for these subjects.
Time management and knowing your characters: Insider tips you NEED to know to ace the DSE Chinese paper
The HKDSE Chinese Language speaking exam is in just two days, and Young Post asked renowned tutor Lam Yat-yan from Beacon College for tips.
Young Post spoke to Kenneth Lau from Beacon College to get some tips on how to prepare for all HKDSE papers and make your answers stand out.