Discuss

(a) the success and joys that you have experienced in learning Mathematics;

(b) the challenges you have experienced with the subject; and how you think you could overcome these challenges this year?

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[a] took part in maths olympiad before and got a silver^^

ReplyDelete[b] I'm terrible at algebra so i hope to be able to get better at it this year and understand more about the topic.

a)After some encouragement for my parents, I got a's and a stars for my maths

ReplyDeleteb)I must write answers which tele to my working

a) I have been able to turn my B in math into a star =D

ReplyDeleteb) I was bad at solving complex simultaneous sums and i hope to get better at it

(a)Most of the time, I usually get good grades for my mathematics test papers and examinations, thus I would be satisfied and quite happy. (a)However, I am very careless and would leave a certain symbol out and loose marks. To overcome this problem, I would try to be more careful this year.

ReplyDeleteA) Had a Bronze in one of the maths olympiad competitions

ReplyDeleteB) I was poor at multiple choices

I like mathematics since its a very straightforward subject

ReplyDeleteI have had problems with my algebra although it has improved a lot since start of 2012

In SASMO i got silver

ReplyDeleteI)i got more than 80% for all my mathematics exams

ReplyDeleteII)tough questions who use word or numbers to confuse students were always my hard questions but trough time i solved them

A) I used to be really bad at speed, but i went to find online challenging math problems and understood how speed works

ReplyDeleteB) Im always faced with disappointments whenever i see my results get released as i always make careless mistakes and i need to work on that

1) I got an A* for math in PSLE

ReplyDelete2) I may get stuck in some heuristic math questions . I will work on topics that I have problems with .

1-i get As and A*s for my math

ReplyDelete2-i wish to improve on my algebra

a) When I encountered a hard problem and managed to get the right answer! :D Or improving alot.

ReplyDeleteb) I'm really dependent on a calculator, so I'm VERY slow when it's comes to metal sums and stuff like that. My algebra is very terrible too, so as heuristic questions.

(a) I am able to see my mistakes and learn from them(most of the time:P)

ReplyDelete(b) I am pretty careless:(

a) When I am able to solve a challenging math question

ReplyDeleteb) To actually understand technics to solve certain types of problem sums and I'm complacent xD

I think I can overcome these problems by taking down notes of the certain technic and the observe the characteristics of the questions that may need to be solved by it. As for my carelessness, I need to check more and not panic nor relax too much

a) When I am able to solve a challenging math question

ReplyDeleteb) To actually understand technics to solve certain types of problem sums and I'm complacent xD

I think I can overcome these problems by taking down notes of the certain technic and the observe the characteristics of the questions that may need to be solved by it. As for my carelessness, I need to check more and not panic nor relax too much

1)Getting A* in Maths

ReplyDelete2)I'm quite weak in Algebra

a) I have gotten 100% for the very first time in my mid-term maths exam.

ReplyDeleteb) In long-winded problem sums I would mostly misunderstand the questions in exams. So I would assume my own method for that question. So I should practice more problem sums to overcome this challenge.

a) I have gotten 100% for the very first time in my mid-term maths exam.

ReplyDeleteb) In long-winded problem sums I would mostly misunderstand the questions in exams. So I would assume my own method for that question. So I should practice more problem sums to overcome this challenge.

a) Got an A* or a very high A for past few exams including PSLE

ReplyDeleteb) Hated and was very very bad at algebra, hope t

*** to improve on it

ReplyDeletegot only a* for maths for all my exams

ReplyDeletei am careless in booklet a,hope to do better

1) I improved tremendously in my maths over the course of time.

ReplyDelete2)Once I get stumped at a difficult question, I lose hope quickly and my concentration level goes down so I hope to improve on this.