Junior College

Ever felt like chemistry at A levels is all Greek to you? Ever felt like giving up? Ever felt like pressing on but just can’t do it alone?

A Level Chemistry is never the same as before with Advo! Students generally face difficulties digesting concepts of Physical Chemistry topics such as Ionic Equilibria and Electrochemistry. Most students are also unable to memorise MUST-HAVE content such as the details in Inorganic Chemistry topics and the reagents/conditions of reactions studied in Organic Chemistry, which incidentally takes up to 40% of the A levels syllabus. One useful tip is to group the reactions together and remember them together as one!

A Level Economics is a subject that most students choose to ignore and leave it to the last minute to study because of 3 main reasons:

  1. It is a new subject (compared to Math & Science) hence they adopt a wait-and-see attitude.
  2. They think it is like Social Studies where they can just memorize all of the content and score A. Unfortunately, mere memorising of content without application skills would still result in nothing more than a low E grade.
  3. They do not understand or know how to answer questions hence they avoid practising Economics questions. Constant avoidance in studying Economics leads to a snowball effect where they are overwhelmed by the sheer amount of things needed to master when studying for their final exams.