HKDSE

Dr Samuel Chong of Kong's Glory Educational Centre says there's still plenty of time to prepare for the assessment
While DSE candidates won't sit the exam until April 24, some are already planning to resit them, citing anxiety over school suspensions.
King’s Glory Education Centre star tutor Liu Tin-yan gave 4 pieces of essential advice, from critical thinking to keeping on top of current affairs.
Here are some tips and tricks from the reading Paper 1, and listening Paper 3A and 3B practice papers.
Many students do not want the exam to be delayed. They say it’s important for candidates to know the EDB's plan as soon as possible.
The EDB told Young Post that they will address any changes to the public exams, due to begin in less than two months' time, 'as soon as possible'.
The university admissions system's announcement gives students more time to complete their applications.
Deadline to sign up is October 8 this year, as exam authority reveals important dates and details.
Tse Sze-man received the support of the Ebenezer School & Home for the Visually Impaired, which helped her develop effective study techniques.
The Hok Yau Club Student Guidance Centre said the drop is possibly due to their being fewer candidates as well as more student services.

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