Making your kids go cold turkey without devices during the exam period may backfire

Thinking of confiscating your kid's device until the exams are over? Your well-intentioned move may backfire instead. ST PHOTO: GIN TAY
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SINGAPORE – Final-year examinations for Primary 3 to 5 pupils start in October. And parents could be mulling over how best to help their kids ace the upcoming papers.

Some may be exasperated that their children are playing games on devices instead of revising.

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