The tasks on the Listening and Integrated Skills exam were easy to answer, although some of the questions were surprisingly long
Students had to write a letter to parents as a teacher, while elective writing prompts allowed more creativity.
ong Kong media outlets were quick to leap onto Lin’s post, quoting her words to imply she meant to say the Hong Examinations and Assessment Authority had written the test badly.
Many may have struggled to finish Paper 1 in time while some questions in Paper 2 required a global perspective.
No surprises when it came to the paper, though an “open letter” question might have thrown some students slightly.
Does the HKDSE liberal studies exam leave you waking up in a cold sweat? You’re not alone. Luckily, the best way to deal with the problem is by being prepared.
This year’s exam met students’ and teachers’ expectations, with “simple” reading questions and at least one nice option on the writing paper.
The HKDSE Chinese Language exam takes place in less than a week (April 9-10). It can be daunting, we know, but don’t worry; this guide will give you a better idea of what to expect in each of the three papers.
The English speaking exam is almost here, and hopefully you’ve been working on your pronunciation and vocabulary.
A report found that this year’s liberal studies exam candidates had trouble interpreting pictures, and were unable to critically examine a given issue.