New columns and fun activities lined up for summer

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 08 June, 2006, 12:00am
UPDATED : Thursday, 08 June, 2006, 12:00am

Some of us will be having our term exams later this month. We have to prepare now.

First, we need to concentrate in class so we don't have to spend too much time revising after school. Second, we should set aside different days to study different subjects.

Third, we should try to improve our English skills by reading newspapers and writing more.

Fourth, we should cut down on the time we spend on sports activities, computer games and ICQ. Last but not least, we should keep our emotions under control.

Don't give up or you won't be able to enjoy the long summer holidays.


STFA Tam Pak Yu College Thanks for your letter and all that great, practical advice, Choi-hei. You are absolutely right - being well prepared is the key to exam success.

I was happy to see your third point - reading newspapers - as a good way of improving your English. The Young Post will be published every day throughout the summer. We have lots of exciting, new columns planned as well as things to do over the holidays. It's not too late to subscribe - call 2680 8822 or e-mail for details.

Good luck to all of you sitting exams this month.

Kate, Editor