Many students struggle with Secondary 3 Principles of Accounts as they were not equipped with the right skill sets.
Unlike Maths and Science subjects, every chapter in accounting is interlinked. You cannot see the complete picture if one part is missing.
Many initially tried to memorize until they were overwhelmed by too much content.
Nowadays, Sec 3 Mid-year Exams are scrapped.
If the foundation is not built early, it may be too late when the Sec 3 End-of-Year exam approaches.
You need to perfect the basics of definitions and formats to cope with increasing difficult accounting questions.
If you start early, parents and students will not be stressed when your end of year exam approaches.
Start Early and Finish Well.
Topics Covered in Sec 3 Principles of Accounts
- Elements of Financial Statements
- Accounting Equation
- Journal Entries & Double Entry
- Ledger Accounts (Trade Receivables & Trade Payables)
- Trial Balance
- Statement of Financial Performance & Statement of Financial Position
- Cash at Bank and Bank Reconciliation
- Revenue and Other Income (if needed)
- Cost of Sales and Other Expenses (if needed)
The content is the same for Sec 3 Express and Normal Academic as they form the basics of accounting.
POA Tutor has kept abreast of the latest change in the Principles of Accounts Syllabus. All Worksheets and Sec 3 POA Notes have already been updated.
Past Year Secondary 3 End of Year Exam Papers
Questions tested in various Secondary 3 End of Year Exams have been compiled and modified to give POA Tutor's Secondary 3 students the additional practice and advantage over their peers.
In particular, there is a 7 mark scenario-based question which is a new segment of the exam. POA Tutor has devised strategies to help his students ace this section of the exam.
In short, POA Tutor sets out to achieve the following for your child:-
- Pass all Weighted Assessments.
- Ace Sec 3 End-of-Year Exams.
- Finish the Year well.
- See you in Sec 4.