Harith Rasyad had never struggled with maths until he reached Primary 4, when it became "complicated". He started failing, scoring as low as 30 out of 100 marks. "It can be very confusing with all the equations. If you don't keep up you will get lost," said the student, now in Secondary 3.
But with the support of his parents and tuition, which helped clarify doubts and reinforce concepts learnt in school, the 14-year-old passed.
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