Before I address the above, I have to mention that I had thoroughly underestimated what makes a good tutor in the past. I have been tutored by two great tutors before, yet I was not aware of the traits they have carried at that time. Read more “How To Be A Better Tutor”
Gerald is a language and communication maverick. With 9 years of teaching experience and a well-rounded professional background in marketing and accounting, Gerald will share some stories from his years of teaching. Read more “Interview with Gerald”
Andrea is a former MOE teacher with more than 8 years of teaching experience in both government and private institutions. She has taught over 700 students in the past decade. Under her tutelage, many of Andrea’s students achieved a 2-3 grade improvement. Here’s our interview with Andrea. Read more “Interview with Andrea”
Good teachers put in great effort into getting their students to achieve good results. However, excellent teachers know that the results, in themselves, are never the goal… They are the by-product of focusing on the right conditions and processes to deliver good performance. Read more “Good Performance VS Good Grades”
During The Examination
Now that you have prepared yourself for the examination, it is time for you to execute the strategies you have planned. Here are some strategies that may be useful in the examination hall: Read more “Secrets to Performing Better in the Exams: Part 2”
You have studied hard and studied smart. Now we head to the front line of the war zone: The Examination Hall. Here are some preparation guidelines and examination hall tips for you to perform better during the examinations: Read more “Secrets to Performing Better in the Exams: Part 1”
Modern schools have many ways to help students of varying abilities to cope with their academic workload. Many schools regularly conduct remedial lessons to help their weaker students. The question we are facing now is whether having ‘remedial’ or ‘make-up’ lessons are the same as having ‘tuition’. Let’s take a look at learning in schools and how tutors can serve to reinforce learning. Read more “Why Does My Child Need Tuition When There’s Already Remedial”
In the previous post on study tips, I shared on the first seven tips to improve on your studying techniques. In this post, I will share another six tips to help you with your revision!
For many, studying can seem like its own dreaded subject. Some students believe they can do well without reviewing their materials. Others study hard yet do poorly or underperform. Here are some simple and proven tips to overcome obstacles when it comes to studying.
The internet has truly ushered in a new era of globalization. As a result, the world is more connected than ever before. We are all beneficiaries of this technology. Think of Google, Grab, and Airbnb! What about Deliveroo or Food Panda? Did you imagine just two years ago that you would be having your meals delivered to your doorstep? Read more “Why Should Your Child Have Online Tuition”