The formative years
The Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) is a national examination in Singapore administered by the Ministry of Education and taken by all students nearing the end of their sixth year in primary school before they move on to secondary school.
This examination tests students’ proficiency in the English language, their respective mother tongue languages (typically Chinese, Malay, Tamil), mathematics and science. Students have around two hours to complete each subject paper, except for certain components of language subjects.
The PSLE is one of the most rigorous primary school assessments in the world.
From getting their hands on past-year papers from elite schools to stocking up on bottles of chicken essence, parents are gearing their children for the examination season. This also means coming up with hour-by-hour revision timetables, sending their children for last-minute study sessions, and even taking leave from work to prepare them for major exams, including the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE).
The PSLE is one of the most crucial exams in determining the educational paths of children in Singapore.
Prepare your child early by enrolling them in our programme. It is important to start young as it is easiest to enforce a strong learning attitude at an early age