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Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Complete Tips for CIE AS and A Level Examination

I got 4A for my AS Level in October 2013 and 4A* for my A Level in May 2014. The 4 subjects that I took were Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology. Do you want to know how to score in AS and A Level for these 4 subjects? Here, I am posting the complete tips for AS and A Level. These tips are intended for all students who are sitting for AS or A Level in 2016, 2017 or 2018. Please click on the links below to view the tips for each subject.

AS & A Level Mathematics:
http://daniellimjj.blogspot.com/2014/10/tips-for-cie-as-and-level-mathematics.html

AS & A Level Chemistry:
http://daniellimjj.blogspot.com/2014/10/tips-for-cie-as-and-level-chemistry.html

AS & A Level Physics:
http://daniellimjj.blogspot.com/2014/10/tips-for-cie-as-and-level-physics.html

AS & A Level Biology:
http://daniellimjj.blogspot.com/2014/10/tips-for-cie-as-and-level-biology.html

Tips for any other subjects are not available.

If you are aiming to get the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award, read this:
http://daniellimjj.blogspot.com/2017/02/thoughts-on-outstanding-cambridge.html

If you are looking for tips for SPM examination, you can find it here:
http://daniellimjj.blogspot.com/2013/06/complete-tips-for-spm-examination-first.html

29 comments:

  1. Hey thanks for the tips. Its really useful. So what university are you in now and taking which course?

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    1. I am now studying Medicine at Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia.

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  2. why you didn't do medicine abroad?

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    1. I was rejected by all the UK universities that I applied to because I wrote a poor personal statement. I also applied to the University of Hong Kong but I was rejected because my interview performance was not good enough.

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  4. how about australia university? Are you a JPA scholar?

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    1. Yes, I am a JPA scholar. I did not apply to Australian universities because their intakes are in February and I did not want to wait for more than 6 months after completing A Level in June.

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  5. Hi, in which college did you do your a levels?

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  6. Yo dude, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR NOTES! My AS trials are in 2 weeks- you have no idea how helpful your notes are gonna be! All the best in your future studies- I know you'll go far :)

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  7. thank yo so much for your notes, its very helpful

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  8. I have downloaded the zip files and open in power point but its empty .

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    1. Please try downloading it again. If you still face the same problem, then there may be some software problems with your computer. You can then try using a different device.

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    2. hi Daniel can you get me links or notes for applied ICT and literature? please.

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    3. Sorry, I do not have notes for these 2 subjects because I did not take them in A Level.

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  9. I am going to write my A-level exam next month, and I am freaking out, although my preparation is good. All I wanted to ask is if I encounter with any doubts in bio or chem, then can I send you the screenshots of the questions in whatsApp, so that you can explain me the answers whenever you get free time .. :)

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  10. Hey Daniel!
    I'm a student from Macau and just starting off my AS year. So thankful I've come across your blog! I already know this will be immense help:)
    Fortunately for me, I will be sitting the exact same A-Levels you've taken so lots of tips to come!
    Oh and I too wish to read Medicine at university! x

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  11. Would you mind posting your personal statement online so I can review mine?

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  12. hello thank you so much for this,
    I am sure it will be of great help
    I am doing my AS levels in October
    hadn't had a teacher for the past few months and I am barely passing,
    is there any study tips or methods you used to acieve such great results?

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  13. oh yeah and I did read those tips.... I just don't have much time...
    any super express tips...desperate

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  14. you sure have a knock out of a note. I know you got great teachers at Taylor's, if not, the volume I see in your note, you wouldn't have had such. way to go man. I hope you come out flying.

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  15. Hello Daniel,
    Thank you for all your notes and tips...their awesome!!!
    Can you please tell me did you do all variants for each year or just your own
    variant And also how mnay months before exam did you start past papers?
    Thank you

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  16. Hello Daniel,
    Thank you for all your notes and tips...their awesome!!!
    Can you please tell me did you do all variants for each year or just your own
    variant And also how mnay months before exam did you start past papers?
    Thank you

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  17. help me further maths student here pls thx
    i am not a robot

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  18. Hello Daniel, thank you for your notes. I am currently studying in Taylor's College too. I am just wondering when will you upload A2 syllabus as i think i will need to study it during the rays break. Thank you :)

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  19. hello daniel can you tell me how many years of past papers did you practice for bio and chem? please let me know Thanks

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    1. For AS, I did all past papers from 2002 onwards. For A2, I only did about 6 years of past papers due to lack of time.

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  20. Hi Daniel! Do you think it's possible for me to get straight A* if i got 88 for maths and chem and 92 for bio and 90 for physics? I was a little disappointed in my results but we'll what to do. So now I'm still hoping and working towards straight A*

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    1. It is definitely possible for you to get straight A* if you work harder for A2. You can get your raw marks for AS from your teacher and look at the A* grade thresholds for the previous years to have a rough idea on how many marks you need to score in A2.

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