Today’s physics exam is over, and although it wasn’t technically tougher than previous years, it was all about understanding how physics applies to real-life phenomenon.
Did more historical sources mean more opportunities to mess up? Did you tank? Let us know.
This year’s exam was designed to challenge students by requiring more than maths ability.
Liberal studies candidates were surprised by unfamiliar terms.
Beacon College tutor Kenneth Lau explains where the paper was easier and how it was different
The writing questions for Part B tested students’ reasoning skills and personal views.
So, what's on your mind when you finish the exams?
While candidates are frantically studying for core subjects like English language, mathematics and liberal studies, it’s important not to forget the electives.
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.
A few days ago, one of the prompts for the DSE Chinese Paper 4 (Speaking) asked: Which “taste” would you use to describe the lives of Hong Kong senior secondary school students?