Following numerous parents complaints in the PSLE Maths paper this year, our top student this year in PSLE scored an aggregate of 294! This is by all means high. After all, the top students are normally around the 280s range. If someone can get 294, it means it is not difficult at all. Or is it?
Well, we now know how the exams work and next year, we can have a perfect score for a student in PSLE! This is how we can do it, together as one Singapore!
Firstly, after the exams, all the students who took that maths paper MUST cry. Their parents must write letters to The Straits Times and complain about the difficulty. They can say things like their son was demoralized after finishing his paper, or that their daughter refused to eat her meals because of severe depression (oh she couldn’t do part c for 1 question!!).
Following that, have reporters interview people to find out the difficulty of the tests. Have headlines like:
1) Retired teacher took 2 hours to solve 3 PSLE maths question with the help of a computer.
2) A professor
in literature took 20 minutes to complete 1 PSLE maths question.
3) The top pupil last year, who scored 294, actually scored 50% for the examination,
during her battle with chicken pox and claimed that is was hard.
4) JC student took 4 hours to complete the
5) The Dean of Mathematics
‘s 1 month year old daughter couldn’t do the paper.
Wow. What a big hoo haa that it. Perhaps, we may manage to moderate it such that the top student can get 300! Isn’t that wonderful? We can then brag to neighbouring countries! Wow.
I’m so amazed, I puked.