"Only after the exams did I realise how fun the classes actualy were"
— Bryan Sawangnet
Because Different Students Require Different Approaches
Some students just want to "do well", others want a crash-course 2 months before the exams. There is no one-size-fits-all lesson plan. We limit our class sizes because we understand that it is a tutor's personalized assistance which allows students to truly excel. Our teachers are trained to identify with each student and help with a specific problem area. Even within a class, teachers sometimes assign different work assignments to individual students based on their merits. Each student is unique; that's why we communicate with our students at a personal level.
And that's why our students are able to communicate with us.
“Thank you so much! I did better than I expected and am now in the UK furthering my studies"
Tuition Class Students
Home Tuition Students
“Hi Jacob, thanks for everything throughout the year. I will always remember your encouragement before the exams."
— Hu Tinghui, Oxford University
— Audris Ho, Boston University
— Eun-Jung, NUS
“I was afraid I might do badly at first. But my reading has improved significantly. Your tuition class has helped so much”
“Although [the tutor] had to postpone the lesson sometimes, he gave extra lessons as the exam approached”
— Yap Yong Fu, SMU
— Marcus Lye, NTU
“The parapgraph planning techniques are very useful. And I have finally understood the function of an argumentative paragraph"
“Thanks so much for your help! Let's have lunch if you are free”
— Tan Wee Yee, University of Melbourne
— Ang Kai Suan, University of California Irvine
"It was a class of 8, but the teacher still went over compositions with each of us individually"
“We really appreciate your help and guidance. Thanks for everything and more!”
— Rachel Tan & Ann Marcilla, NUS
— Zhang Xue Qing, NUS
“I was surprised at the depth of analysis given by the tutors. Our GP teacher did not go into such detail”
“Under [Shimin's] guidance, I not only scored a distinction, but have become more confident in articulating myself.
— Christopher Lim, University of Michigan