The HKDSEs and other exams have arrived, so here are the best survival tips to get you through the most stressful month of the year.
From practising past papers to highlighting techniques, here's the best exam advice from the Young Post Team.
The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority has released a blog post with five frequently asked questions from DSE candidates. Here they are for your to read up on and avoid the awkwardness and possible point deductions from breaking the rules.
More than half of students in the final year of secondary school in Hong Kong have never used a radio before – and it is leaving them potentially tuned out ahead of HKDSE.
Survey shows HKDSE students worried about future, personal goals and family expectations.
The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority first released the app in 2012. The new version features a more user-friendly interface.
The EDB's advance application system allows Hong Kong students to apply for non-Jupas courses, including sub-degree and undergraduate programmes, before results are released.
The reports include marking schemes, examiner comments and exam objectives, and are available from HKEAA offices or online.
Under new system, applicants will gain 0.5 to 1.5 extra points if they score Level 5, 5* or 5** in their Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education exams.
The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority announced the documents, which contain the same information as the notices released to candidates in July, are now available.