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## A-Level Economics: Government intervention for healthcare

Discuss whether government intervention for healthcare is necessary and desirable. Adapted from: 2016 RI Promo H2 EconomicsHow can we approach the question? Taking into consideration the command word of 'discuss', there is a need to provide a balanced argument as to...

## A-Level subjects: What subject combination should you choose for the A-Levels?

The O-Level results will be released in a couple of days. If you are eligible for enrolment into Junior College (JC), apart from deciding which JC to apply to, you will need to think about your A-Level subject combination. On the Mark's Dean, Mr Chris...

## A-Level General Paper: ‘Longer life expectancy creates more problems than benefits.’ Discuss.

'Longer life expectancy creates more problems than benefits.' Discuss. Source: 2016 GCE A-Level General Paper How can we approach the question? This is an evaluative question. We need to weigh the problems of longer life expectancy against its benefits and determine...

## A-Level Physics: Which ball will reach the opposite end first?

Which ball will reach the opposite end first? [Hint: There are more than one possible approach. How many can you come up with?] How can we approach the question? Concepts that are applicable to the scenario: Conservation of energy (e.g. kinetic energy; gravitational...

## A-Level Mathematics: Solve (3x+1)/(x-1) ≤ 2

Find the solution of How can we approach the question? There are 2 approaches to the question – Algebraically or Graphically. Algebraic method Remember not to ‘multiply both sides of the inequality’ by (x-1). Since we do not know whether (x-1) is positive or negative,...

## A-Level Economics: Is the pricing policy of cinema operators an example of price discrimination?

The table above shows a sampling of ticket prices at Odeon, a cinema operator in the United Kingdom (UK). Explain whether this pricing policy is an example of price discrimination. Source: 2016 AJC Prelims H2 Economics How can we approach the question? Take note of...

## O-Level History: War in Asia Pacific and the defeat of Japan

"The responsibility of the Pacific War rests solely on the shoulders of Japan." How far do you agree with this statement? Explain your answer. How can we approach the question? To score well for structured-essay questions (SEQs), it is critical to know and understand...

## O-Level Social Studies Skills: Making inferences and judgement

Study the source above. What is the message of this source? Explain your answer using details from the source. How can we approach the question? The main objective of this question is to test the skills of making inferences and judgement when presented with a...

## O-Level Geography: Growth of global tourism

"Demand factor is the most important factor leading to the growth of global tourism." How far do you agree with the statement? Support your answer using relevant examples.   How can we approach the question? First, we need to understand that the command word in the...

## O-Level Geography: Stevenson Screen

With the help of the above figure, explain why the features of a Stevenson Screen are important.   How can we approach the question? This is a relatively straightforward question that requires students to describe and explain the main features of the Stevenson Screen....