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The Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) is a nationwide annual exam in Singapore for primary school students at the end of their last school year. To reduce the stress on students and parents, MOE has replaced the T-score system with wider scoring bands. Each subject will be scored using 8 bands known as Achievement Levels (AL), with AL 1 being the best score and AL 8 being the lowest score. The student’s PSLE score will be the sum of the four subject scores.
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What is the purpose of PSLE?

The PSLE tests the comprehension of core principles and intellectual abilities of a student and determines his future in secondary education.

It is a valuable option for assessing the comprehension of your child’s core principles and academic strengths. It helps your child to learn in the required space that will be suitable for the child in their future study in secondary school.

Books available for PSLE:

• Composition Writing for PSLE

This is a guidebook that helps students to generate relevant ideas and to score well consistently. Students are expected to use a variety of words to creatively fulfil the respective intent, audience, and meaning of the exam questions within a selection of subjects and examples. By modelling sample essays, students may pick up a confident and fun learning approach to develop their own personal writing style.

• LiSC Process and Skills for Upper Primary Science

This book forms part of the LiSC Mastery Series which presents a straightforward and structured approach to addressing exam processes and skills issues. This manual systematically breaks down the different processes and skills needed for examinations and evaluations, helping students score better in their examination.

• Conquer PSLE Science

Conquer PSLE Science features questions that require the use of process skills in the science syllabus. Each of the 11 process skills has a chapter with both multiple-choice questions (MCQ) and open-ended questions to familiarise students with the various types of questions. These questions are compiled from as many topics as possible to allow for breadth and exposure to content. There is also a short introduction provided on each process skill and knowledge needed for it so that students are aware of what is being taught before starting on the questions. Answers are also provided for self-evaluation.