Events during month of June 2020August 17, 2020
Events during month of August 2020September 8, 2020
Admission Exercise for AEIS
The annual Admission Exercise for International Students to Government Schools (AEIS), conducted by the Ministry of Education, would start its registration in July 2020. The 2020 AEIS will be conducted on 22, 23, 24, and 25 Sep 2020 (Tentative dates). The registration process is illustrated below. This is an important event for the school, and we are gearing up our academic programs to assist students in their preparation for AEIS 2020.
Launch of Online Courses
TSI is pleased to announce the commencement of Online Academic Programmes, catering specifically to students who are abroad. The courses offered in our school provides a revolutionary approach in equipping students with a strong foundation in the English Language via using Mathematics and Science Concepts and Principles.
Our course modules are categorized into various progressive levels, tailoring to the needs of our learners. Prior to their enrolment into the designated module, students will have to sit for the Placement Test in order to assess their strengths and limitations.
Our dedicated teachers have started coaching students from Hong Kong, Indonesia, and China, nurturing them and providing them with the pathway towards Academic Success.
Getting Ready for the Upcoming Examinations
With the approaching AEIS 2020 and Singapore - Cambridge General Certificate of Education ‘O’ Level Exam, we have put together a list of pointers to guide students in their preparation and help them cope with examination stress.
- Plan a study routine – have a study timetable in place so that the task of revision could be more organized. Sit down and dedicate time to every subject, assign extra time to challenge subjects/topics. Remember to set time aside for solving previous year question papers and reviewing mistakes made in previous trial papers.
- Maintain balance – It is important to allow for time to relax and communicate with family and friends. Talking and getting advice can help relieve the stress you may be experiencing during this period of time.
- Keep away from distractions – Make a list of activities that may take time and focus away from your revision. Keep to your study routine so that you have time for play and rest while ensuring progress in your revision.
- Stay positive and support one another – Keep a positive vibe going in the classroom and at home. Mutual support is very helpful in relieving stress. Talk to your parents and teachers when you feel lost in your learning and revision.
Anything is possible if you plan early and stay focused!
Completion of GCE ‘O’ Level Chinese Examination
On 27th July 2020, our students from the Preparatory Course for Singapore- Cambridge General Certificate in Education (Ordinary Level) finally completed their GCE ‘O’ Level Chinese Language assessment which consisted of
Paper 1 – Writing (30 %)
Paper 2 – Reading Comprehension (35%) and
Paper 3 – Oral Communication and Listening (35%).
The students would be sitting for their English Language (1128) Oral Communication component in the month of August while keeping themselves busy with their preparation for the assessment of the other core and elective subjects. We wish the best to all our GCE ‘O’ Level candidates.