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Study shows brain networks play a key role in cognitive thinking ability

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To most, maths might be one of the hardest subject to master. How do some people finds it rather easy when it comes to solving challenging maths problem? The neuroscience research group from Stanford University have followed 43 kids from

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After a long holiday, it is almost time to go back to school. Every parent knows the struggles of their kids starting a new year of school and adjusting to new teachers, new classmates, and maybe, a new school. Regardless of

What is the IGCSE program in Malaysia

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IGCSE provides students with international recognition; it allows admission to the UK, US and Canadian universities, and it is accepted and recognized by many of the leading companies worldwide. This program develops competitive students, providing a solid foundation to prepare

Only 1.11% of Malaysian Pupils scored straight A’s at UPSR test in 2016

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UPSR results in 2016 were significantly low compared to those in 2015; with only 4, 896 pupils that represented 1.11% scoring straight A’s in 2016 out of a total of 452, 721 candidates; contrary to 2015 with 38, 344 students

Malaysia ranks 18th place in Maths at global achievements test (TIMSS) while Singapore ranks number 1 among 39 countries.

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Malaysian students’ performance in Mathematics has significantly improved since Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) test in 2011, scoring 25 points higher from 440 to 465 in 2015. The TIMSS is a large-scale international test that evaluates students’

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