I like maths as i was always curious of what those tiny numbers put together can mean another thing. It is a good relaxation when i do them. Although I am not so good at percentage, I sill like math overall

I enjoy solving challenging maths problems so when I've finished it, I will feel very happy and can help other people in solving the question. Some long maths questions are very confusing making me feel very confused and sometimes divert my attention from the real way of doing it.

I enjoy being able to solve difficult problem sums after thinking very hard for a solution and also learning new methods that would help me in solving the problem sums.

Sometimes, i dont understand the teacher's method so i have to figure it out by myself or ask my friends for help

I enjoy the sense of achievement after being able to solve a difficult maths question. I experience challenges when I'm unable to solve a question and when I don't understand the method the teacher is teaching.

I feel very happy when I can try challenging questions and get them right,i'm also happy when I can get good results for maths.Sometimes,I try very hard but i'm still unable to solve the questions,this makes me unhappy.

It was during primary 4 when i scored fulled marks for my maths and was overjoyed. During my p5 and p6,where i had lots of difficulties remembering and absorbing the maths key points.

I like maths VERY VERY MUCH. I LIKE MATHS since P1. I LIKE MATHS because it is the easiest to SCORE but also the easiest to FAIL. IN CONCLUSION I STILL LIKE MATHS

1.I used to be a math "B" student previously but until when i was p5, i worked harder on my math and achieve a good result of an A* that revved up my brain to motivate me to LOVE the subject so much that i maintained my maths around 85%.

During this whole entire journey, i realised that math was not as bad as it seems, thinking flexibly is one key point in maths solving and being patient play a crucial role in critical thinking.

I don't no what I could or should share. But all I can say is, I LOVE MATHEMATICS!!!

I only met challenges when I started my Secondary 1 Math tuition. All the topics are so complicated that i had to memorise the method lots and lots of time before I could solve the questions. -.-'''

When I started learning Maths , I had a strong passion for that subject. In all my maths exams , I pass with flying colours and excelled. I mainly love problem solving questions as once I get the answer of the questions I solve, I feel very proud.

In Maths, at first all the sums are hard and difficult. Later then, as i learn and practice, it will become easy and fluent. Then, i can even do the harder ones. After i finished the topic, i feel successful and happy.

*I have A star for mathematics for PSLE although it is very hard. **I have an average of 89 marks when doing mock practice papers. ***I got full marks for SA2 in primary 2.

1. The problem sums are hard but it still can be solved.

Some success and joys that I have experienced in learning Mathematics are achieving a 98/100 score in my exams, participating in Math olympiads like the NUS Math Olympiad and achieving a distinction in the Raffles Institution Math Olympiad. Some challenges that I have experience with the subject are not understanding some topics that our math teacher are teaching us and difficulty in the PSLE math......

1)Whenever i manage to complete a difficult problem sums ,i will enjoy the sense of achievement.Sometimes, i need my friends to help me with it. 2)Sometimes, some problems sums that never make sense no matter how long i spend thinking on it

1. I got 100/100 for maths in P2

ReplyDelete2. In P6 the maths papers were very hard but i overcame those challenges.

1. I loved solving challenge problems given by my maths teacher and I got A* for Maths in PSLE

ReplyDelete2. The PSLE Maths paper was tough but I managed the paper with some difficulty.

I like maths as i was always curious of what those tiny numbers put together can mean another thing. It is a good relaxation when i do them. Although I am not so good at percentage, I sill like math overall

ReplyDeleteI enjoy solving challenging maths problems so when I've finished it, I will feel very happy and can help other people in solving the question. Some long maths questions are very confusing making me feel very confused and sometimes divert my attention from the real way of doing it.

ReplyDeleteI enjoy being able to solve difficult problem sums after thinking very hard for a solution and also learning new methods that would help me in solving the problem sums.

ReplyDeleteSometimes, i dont understand the teacher's method so i have to figure it out by myself or ask my friends for help

I enjoy the sense of achievement after being able to solve a difficult maths question. I experience challenges when I'm unable to solve a question and when I don't understand the method the teacher is teaching.

ReplyDeleteI feel very happy when I can try challenging questions and get them right,i'm also happy when I can get good results for maths.Sometimes,I try very hard but i'm still unable to solve the questions,this makes me unhappy.

ReplyDeleteI earned myself a place for the maths olympiad class although I slacked when i was supposed to learn...

ReplyDeleteI can't concentrate inside maths class.

It was during primary 4 when i scored fulled marks for my maths and was overjoyed.

ReplyDeleteDuring my p5 and p6,where i had lots of difficulties remembering and absorbing the maths key points.

I also got A* in maths for PSLE.

ReplyDeleteI gotten A* in my maths when I was in P5 &P6.

ReplyDeleteThe paper that my form teacher make is very difficult that some of us failed the test and I only got 51.

1:I have got a 90.5 marks for my PRELIM. LOLZ missed the 91 mark by 1/2.

ReplyDelete2: The Psle paper is difficult and i hardly can finish it.

I like maths VERY VERY MUCH. I LIKE MATHS since P1. I LIKE MATHS because it is the easiest to SCORE but also the easiest to FAIL.

ReplyDeleteIN CONCLUSION I STILL LIKE MATHS

1.I used to be a math "B" student previously but until when i was p5, i worked harder on my math and achieve a good result of an A* that revved up my brain to motivate me to LOVE the subject so much that i maintained my maths around 85%.

ReplyDeleteDuring this whole entire journey, i realised that math was not as bad as it seems, thinking flexibly is one key point in maths solving and being patient play a crucial role in critical thinking.

I don't no what I could or should share. But all I can say is, I LOVE MATHEMATICS!!!

ReplyDeleteI only met challenges when I started my Secondary 1 Math tuition. All the topics are so complicated that i had to memorise the method lots and lots of time before I could solve the questions. -.-'''

Overall, I love maths!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! >.<

I have been awarded an award in the maths Olympiad.

ReplyDeleteI have faced many challenges in the subject. My most greatest challenges is the problem sums section.

When I started learning Maths , I had a strong passion for that subject. In all my maths exams , I pass with flying colours and excelled. I mainly love problem solving questions as once I get the answer of the questions I solve, I feel very proud.

ReplyDeleteI enjoy the sense of achievement when I am able to solve a difficult maths problem by coming up with the solution all by myself.

ReplyDeleteSome challenges I face are not being able to understand the questions(I have no idea why)and I make careless mistakes and tend to lose a lot of marks.

In Maths, at first all the sums are hard and difficult. Later then, as i learn and practice, it will become easy and fluent. Then, i can even do the harder ones. After i finished the topic, i feel successful and happy.

ReplyDeleteI have gotten a bronze award for math olympiad. Last year, I have gotten 69 marks in my prelims, but got an A* during Psle.

ReplyDelete*I have A star for mathematics for PSLE although it is very hard.

ReplyDelete**I have an average of 89 marks when doing mock practice papers.

***I got full marks for SA2 in primary 2.

1. The problem sums are hard but it still can be solved.

Some success and joys that I have experienced in learning Mathematics are achieving a 98/100 score in my exams, participating in Math olympiads like the NUS Math Olympiad and achieving a distinction in the Raffles Institution Math Olympiad.

ReplyDeleteSome challenges that I have experience with the subject are not understanding some topics that our math teacher are teaching us and difficulty in the PSLE math......

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1)Whenever i manage to complete a difficult problem sums ,i will enjoy the sense of achievement.Sometimes, i need my friends to help me with it.

ReplyDelete2)Sometimes, some problems sums that never make sense no matter how long i spend thinking on it

My highest score was 98... i have come across some quetions that was difficult and after a period of pondering i finally sse the light

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