The new academic year has started, and the GCE O level results is releasing this coming Friday (12 Jan 2018). Students entering Sec 1 will soon realise that they need to cope with many more subjects compare to their Primary school days.
Besides adapting to the the additional subjects, and longer school days, they will also realised that the amount of time spend learning and doing Chinese subject has reduced drastically from one-quarter, to one-eighth! To some students, this could be good news, as they do not need to speak Chinese so frequent. However, it might not be good news to some, esp. parents, as they will need to “work harder” to maintain the standard of the subject.
Many parents are feeling lost when come to coaching their secondary school going children learning and revising Chinese. They are not sure what to learn and what is expected in GCE O level exam.
In order for us to help our children more effectively, we will need to know what is required in the GCE O level Chinese and Higher Chinese exam.
In this page, I will be sharing the exam formats of the written papers. For Paper 3, I shall share in another post.
GCE O level exam format overview
Paper 1 (Functional Writing & Essay Writing)
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