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Depreciation

Depreciation plays an important part in a business and can potentially be hard to calculate. When calculated wrongly or avoided as a whole, this can result in incurring losses for the business. At your level, as students, this will no doubt lead to the deduction of marks in the exam. It is therefore important to […]

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students studying together

It’s 2 months shy of the yearly O’level examinations. Most students are, by now, engrossed with their textbooks and ten-year series. They will focus more on core subjects that have a direct impact on their L1R4/R5 such as English, Elementary Mathematics and Mother Tongue. This would have left seemingly irrelevant subjects such as POA in […]

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Signing up for tuition or additional classes seem to be more of a norm than a necessity these days. With the influx of students and parents wanting additional help beyond lessons in school, more and more tuition centres and private tutors have sprung up to offer their services (with most proclaiming that they are able […]

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With the ever-increasing standards of MOE’s syllabus and examinations, it isn’t hard to understand why thousands of parents in Singapore scramble to find additional help in hopes that their child will cope better with their studies. In the midst of anxiety, parents struggle to make a choice on the tutor to engage, as well as […]

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Many parents and students don’t think much about Principles of Accounts (POA). Unlike English, Maths and Sciences, it’s not a mainstream, “normal” or “cool” subject to have in one’s subject combination. There’s also a widely held misconception that taking POA reduces the chances of entry into a polytechnic or junior college. With little knowledge but […]

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