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Teachers and students have said this year’s DSE biology exam was a lot like last year’s, with Paper 1B testing students on their ability to analyse data and to use their experiment-based knowledge.
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Also, they had to use geographical perspectives to talk about social current issues.
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This year’s DSE history exam is tougher than last year’s, with more tricky questions that test students’ ability to read accurately.
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If your HKDSE results are less than impressive this summer and you’re stressed about not getting into university, consider a self-financed bachelor’s degree programme.
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To help you in your first assignment as news photographer, SCMP Photo Editor Yves Sieur gives you fives points to keep in mind.
MISSING PERSONS Voice 1: People go missing every day. Some just vanish into thin air and sadly are never seen again by their family and friends. Listen to these five stories of people who went missing but happily turned up again.
How to make good graphic designs? South China Morning Post’s Art Director Terry Pontikos gives you 10 tips to start on the right foot.
MISSING PERSONS People go missing every day. Some just vanish into thin air and sadly are never seen again by their family and friends. Listen to these five stories of people who went missing but happily turned up again and then answer the questions.
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Every sector has its own jargon and newspapers are no exception. The following is a list of words you may hear in news rooms and what they mean
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Whether you're negotiating with your parents about your next night out or trying to knock off 40 per cent on a Temple Street purchase, arguments...
Trees For Streets You are interested in environmental issues and you come across this podcast about an interesting project to improve some of the streets of London. Listen to the podcast and then answer the questions.
Trees For Streets Voice 1: You are interested in environmental issues and you come across this podcast about an interesting project to improve some of the streets of London. Listen to the podcast and then answer the questions.
TIM: Hi, this is Timothy Chui and you’re listening to listening plus.
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with labour and welfare reporter Agnes Lam about a recent construction accident at the International Commerce Centre.