PISA 2012

Students from Singapore are placed in the highest positions of different international tests such as PISA, TIMMS or PIRLS. The PISA 2012 Report (International Program for Student Assessment) singled out Singapore as one of the highest performing education systems that other systems could learn from.

The results showed that students from Singapore were the best in problem solving and possess highly valued skills such as innovation, ability to handle uncertainty and desire to experience alternative solutions- maths learning centre singapore is a  world-class curriculum has been tested as effective in developing problem-solving skills that prepare students with real-life problem-solving skills, so they are ready for the challenges and dynamics of S XXI. In the same way, students from the Asian country also ranked highest in Reading, Mathematics and Science.

Maths learning centre singapore and Science literacy skills demonstrates that students in the Asian country are very capable of applying their learned knowledge and skills in unfamiliar situations. With their exceptional performance, they show that they are able to think critically as well as creatively when faced with real-world situations. This shows that Singapore’s students are better equipped with real-world skills and are adapted enough to face the challenges of a global era.

With less than 10% low performance in each domain, the academically weakest students in Singapore are doing better in schools and showing encouraging signs of improvement. On the other hand, the percentage of students with good academic performance has increased since the last study in 2009 – 36% to 40% in Mathematics, 16% to 21% in Reading and 20% to 23% in Science.

The PISA report, prepared by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), evaluates the analytical, reasoning and application skills of 15-year-old students, showing their abilities to apply their knowledge and solve problems in real-world situations.


TIMMS 2011

The  Study of International Trends in Mathematics and Science (TIMMS) is carried out every four years to the students of 4th of Primary and 2nd of ESO. The organism in charge of its elaboration is the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievements, with this study it compares the achievements in Mathematics and Sciences of the students in the United States in front of the rest of countries.

In this test, Singapore has been permanently among the countries with the highest level in the ranking since 1995, until the last study published in 2011. For each level and subject, Singapore’s students are among the most competent. The studies reaffirm that the students of Singapore are improving significantly and that they are among the best in Reading, Mathematics and Science, compared to the rest of the students.
PIRLS 2011

Singapore ranks first in the PIRLS (Progress in International Reading Literacy Study) for the year 2011. It obtained the highest percentage of students who achieved the Advanced International Benchmark.

The overall Reading score for maths learning centre singapore has been consistently improving, from 528 in 2001, 558 in 2006 to 567 in 2011. This improvement and the high performance of Singapore’s students is a proof of successful curriculum of high quality material and a good teaching method.

The PIRLS test is conducted once every 5 years by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA). Study and analyze children’s reading literacy trends and achievements. Singapore’s outstanding performance points to a conductive learning environment as well as a well-developed and successful English curriculum.