The Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) is a national exam which all students need to take to get into university. It’s similar to the UK’s GCSE but much more challenging and there are only a few universities that accept HKDSE results as part of their entry requirements. There are three subjects you can choose from: English language, Chinese language and mathematics. Each subject has three exam papers that cover different topics so make sure you know what these are before sitting down to study as this will help you focus on what’s important for each paper rather than trying too hard on everything all at once!
3 subjects, 3 exam papers
- There are 3 subjects and 3 exam papers for each subject.
- Each exam paper is worth 50 marks.
- The marks you get in each subject will be added together to give your overall score.
What you need to know about studying for HKDCSE
The HKDSE is a rigorous exam. It’s a gateway to university, college and high school. It’s also an opportunity for you to show your abilities in five areas: English language, Chinese language (A), mathematics (A), liberal studies (B) and science (C).
If you’re thinking about taking the HKDSE but aren’t sure if it’s right for you, read on! We’ve got all the info about what to expect from this important exam–and how best to prepare for it.
HKDSE revision tips
- How to prepare for HKDSE?
- How do you get a good grade in HKDSE?
- What should I study for the HKDSE?
How to get a good grade in HKDSE
Here’s how to get a good grade in HKDSE:
- Study hard and revise for the exam. Use your textbook, notes and past papers to practice answering questions. You can also ask your teachers for help if you’re struggling with any topics or concepts.
- Make sure that you understand what is being asked of you before answering a question or writing an answer down on paper – don’t just guess! If there is any doubt in your mind about what the question is asking for, ask the teacher or another classmate who may know better than yourself (but make sure not everyone hears).
Good luck and we hope that this article has helped you to understand what the HKDSE is, and how it can be used to help your child get the best possible grades in school. If you have any questions about anything we’ve covered here today then please feel free to leave them in the comments section below!