# Tips and tricks

The upcoming SA2 Maths is around the corner! Here are some important tips catered to the Lower Primary (P1-P3)! Check out our other blog posts for more exam tips. (http://www.pslemath.com.sg/blank)

The upcoming SA2 Maths is around the corner! Here are some important tips catered to the Lower Primary (P1-P3)! Check out our other blog posts for more exam tips. (http://www.pslemath.com.sg/blank)

The upcoming SA2 Maths is around the corner! Here are some important tips catered to the Lower Primary (P1-P3)! Check out our other blog posts for more exam tips. (http://www.pslemath.com.sg/blank)

The upcoming SA2 Maths is around the corner! Here are some important tips catered to the Lower Primary (P1-P3)! Check out our other blog posts for more exam tips.

GROUPING CONCEPTS are likely to be tested in this coming SA2. Here at PSLEMath, we have spent the last 10 years breaking down thousands of problem sums from primary math exams and past year papers. We have a statistical understanding of what type of concepts that are commonly tested across schools. Below is a sample […]

John, Yenni, Peter and Anna are out walking. They come across a rickety wooden bridge. The bridge is weak and only able to carry the weight of two of them at a time. Because they are in a rush and the light is fading they must cross in the minimum time possible and must carry […]

Peter participated in a Math competition. There was a total of 35 questions. For each correct answer, 3 marks were awarded. For each wrong answer, 2 marks were deducted. For each question left blank, 1 mark was deducted. Peter did not answer 5 questions and scored a total of 70 marks. How many questions did […]

Learning heuristic problem sums involving “before”, “change” and “after” systematically. When reading such problem sums, the student will need to identify the 3 stages and understand which of the 3 stages the Q is asking for. Knowing which stage the Q is asking for, will help the student apply the correct number statements. This is […]

One of the earliest heuristic concepts a 7 years old will learn is the “Part and whole” concept. In upper primary, “Part and whole” concepts will develop to involve fractions and percentages. Thus, a systematic learning structure, which encompasses the basic building blocks of heuristic problem solving skills is important. For lower primary, the key […]

Please take note that in some schools, half a mark will be deducted if notation are not explained.