About this tuition group
- Level: secondary 3 to secondary 5
- Subject: Additional Maths
- Max Class Size: 8
Class days (3 times per week)
- Monday 10:00 AM - 03:00 PM
- Tuesday 10:00 AM - 03:00 PM
- Wednesday 10:00 AM - 03:00 PM
261 Waterloo Street
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More Information About This Class
Having trouble with A Maths? Didn't do well for your MYE and worried about your O Levels? Or are you simply just looking for a quick revision on some of the important topics for O Levels?
Then come join this June Holiday Intensive Class and be prepared for your exams!
Topics: Trigo, Differentiation, Integration
Date and Time: 11th to 13th June, 10am to 3pm (inclusive of 1 hour lunch break)
Price: $360 per pax for 3 day-course (equivalent to 6 lessons).
(Get $50 off when you bring a friend!)
Problem Sums Woes?
Easy and Replicable steps to solving problems!
Free Your Brain!
More derivation, Less memorisation.
Ace Your Exams!
Tailored to O Level syllabus and school prelims.
Check out my testimonials as well as my answers and upvotes on ask.manytutors to have a sneak peek on how I teach!
Results of students in 2017: 100% Improvement Rate. 100% As for A Maths O Levels. 1 student improved from a F9 to an A1 for O Levels
My teaching style is generally very informal, so most of my students treat me an older friend here to teach them, rather than a teacher. However I can be strict towards my students, if it comes down to it. Most of my long-time students engaged my tutoring services in Primary School (PSLE). They felt comfortable and confident in my teaching methods and continued tuition into Secondary School.
I usually motivate students by trying to frame things in real life and use different techniques to help students understand concepts, depending on their learning style. So for example, if a student is more receptive to mnemonics , I will try to use easy to remember mnemonics to help them remember formulas or terms. I try to link concepts and ideas within each topic with other topics in the syllabus to help students understand why something is important and how they can use their knowledge across topics, because very often that's how exam questions are usually set actually.