Similar to the Grammar MCQ section, this section tests your knowledge of grammar items. The questions could be testing you on subject-verb agreement, (is, are, was, were), pronouns (we, ours, myself), prepositions (in, at, off), connectors (and, but, or) and phrasal verbs (put up with, drop by, broke into).
Today, I’m going to talk about how to check for Paper 2. Given that there are many components in Paper 2, it is impossible to check each and every question once through with your remaining time. As such, I’m going to share with all of you on the things which you can zero in on to check if you only have five minutes of your time left.
In the blink of an eye, the academic year for 2017 is almost coming to an end. As we prepare for the new academic year of 2018, we have exciting news to share with everyone. Come January 2018, you will be able to sign up for classes at Lil’ but Mighty’s new location at Beauty World Centre! The same great curriculum that our lil’ ones love, along with our team of dedicated teachers, will now be at a second location that is nearer to some of you and we can hardly wait.
In terms of exam preparedness, in addition to content mastery, I personally believe that it is important for students to know how to self-check their work.
Often, when you hear the word ‘check’, what comes to mind? I’m sure this is a word that most students are familiar with. It is definitely not an understatement to say that it is a word that is constantly on the teacher’s lips, repeated countless times, before and after students attempt their work.