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Frequently Asked Questions
Here we answer some of the queries that students have about our programmes
Programmes

Do you cover A'Math or E'Math?Both A'Math and E'Math content will be covered in class but majority of the time will be spent covering A'Math topics. We will revise E'Math topics during major revision period. However throughout the year, students may consult us after class for any concepts that they are unable to understand.

How is a typical tuition session like?A session typically starts with reviewing the homework allocated the past week. All students are expected to attempt the homework to ensure effective learning when the questions are gone through in class. The tutor will then conduct a lecture to cover new concepts and formulas. The content of each session has been broken down into smaller subtopics and every subtopic covered will be followed by a tutorial session for students to apply what they have just learnt. This contentapplicationfeedback loop weekly will help students master the topics effectively.

How can I catch up with my Secondary 3 content?The way to master Math is to keep practicing. For Secondary 4 students with a weak Sec 3 foundation, we strongly encourage you to do extra practice at home to build up those concepts. You can consult Ms Suzanne for a study plan based on her assessment of your weaknesses and she may also allocate relevant worksheets from those Sec 3 for you to practice. But above all, the most important aspect is to ask questions! Asking questions help to clarify your doubts and from there, you could discover more misconceptions that you have. We will be here giving you the full support you need. Students can consult Ms Suzanne anytime, simply snap and send a photo of the questions to her. From our many years in teaching, students have found this to be extremely useful, sometimes you may even catch Ms Suzanne at 11 p.m. doing a WhatsApp consultation with students!

How do you track my progress?Homework is allocated weekly and completion of the homework is compulsory for all students. From your homework submission, we will be able to point out the concepts that you have or have not mastered. We also hold regular assessment to track your progress as well as to get you seasoned to examination conditions. After every topic, we will hold a 2530 minute Checkpoint Quiz to check on your understanding. As we review the quiz, we will highlight key concepts and common mistakes, you will discover your weaknesses and areas to work on. At the end of terms nearing major examination periods, we also conduct timed practices and mock tests to assess your aptitudes.

Do your offer trial classes?Yes, we do. Trial classes are available all yearround. Trial classes are available under the following conditions. A trial class is free of charge if the student does not register for the class after attending the lesson. If a student wishes to register for classes after the trial class, the trial class is considered as the first charageable lesson.

Are replacement classes available?Yes, replacement classes are available for all students. Students who are unable to make it for lessons may attend any other lessons within the same week subjected to availability. In the case whereby you are unable to make it for any of the classes, you may access the recorded lessons and annotated notes to review the lesson.

Can I consult Ms Suzanne on questions from my school?Yes, of course! We highly encourage students to ask questions! Asking question is the first step to improvements. All students get the personal numbers of Ms Suzanne and they can consult her any time. We also highly encourage students to do up more questions beyond classes. Practice makes perfect, and we want you to know that if you are willing to make the extra effort to do so, we will support you fully.
Classes

Do you cover A'Math or E'Math?Both A'Math and E'Math content will be covered in class but majority of the time will be spent covering A'Math topics. We will revise E'Math topics during major revision period. However throughout the year, students may consult us after class for any concepts that they are unable to understand.

How is a typical tuition session like?A session typically starts with reviewing the homework allocated the past week. All students are expected to attempt the homework to ensure effective learning when the questions are gone through in class. The tutor will then conduct a lecture to cover new concepts and formulas. The content of each session has been broken down into smaller subtopics and every subtopic covered will be followed by a tutorial session for students to apply what they have just learnt. This contentapplicationfeedback loop weekly will help students master the topics effectively.

How can I catch up with my Secondary 3 content?The way to master Math is to keep practicing. For Secondary 4 students with a weak Sec 3 foundation, we strongly encourage you to do extra practice at home to build up those concepts. You can consult Ms Suzanne for a study plan based on her assessment of your weaknesses and she may also allocate relevant worksheets from those Sec 3 for you to practice. But above all, the most important aspect is to ask questions! Asking questions help to clarify your doubts and from there, you could discover more misconceptions that you have. We will be here giving you the full support you need. Students can consult Ms Suzanne anytime, simply snap and send a photo of the questions to her. From our many years in teaching, students have found this to be extremely useful, sometimes you may even catch Ms Suzanne at 11 p.m. doing a WhatsApp consultation with students!

How do you track my progress?Homework is allocated weekly and completion of the homework is compulsory for all students. From your homework submission, we will be able to point out the concepts that you have or have not mastered. We also hold regular assessment to track your progress as well as to get you seasoned to examination conditions. After every topic, we will hold a 2530 minute Checkpoint Quiz to check on your understanding. As we review the quiz, we will highlight key concepts and common mistakes, you will discover your weaknesses and areas to work on. At the end of terms nearing major examination periods, we also conduct timed practices and mock tests to assess your aptitudes.

Do your offer trial classes?Yes, we do. Trial classes are available all yearround. Trial classes are available under the following conditions. A trial class is free of charge if the student does not register for the class after attending the lesson. If a student wishes to register for classes after the trial class, the trial class is considered as the first charageable lesson.

Are replacement classes available?Yes, replacement classes are available for all students. Students who are unable to make it for lessons may attend any other lessons within the same week subjected to availability. In the case whereby you are unable to make it for any of the classes, you may access the recorded lessons and annotated notes to review the lesson.

Can I consult Ms Suzanne on questions from my school?Yes, of course! We highly encourage students to ask questions! Asking question is the first step to improvements. All students get the personal numbers of Ms Suzanne and they can consult her any time. We also highly encourage students to do up more questions beyond classes. Practice makes perfect, and we want you to know that if you are willing to make the extra effort to do so, we will support you fully.
Student Support and Fees

Do you cover A'Math or E'Math?Both A'Math and E'Math content will be covered in class but majority of the time will be spent covering A'Math topics. We will revise E'Math topics during major revision period. However throughout the year, students may consult us after class for any concepts that they are unable to understand.

How is a typical tuition session like?A session typically starts with reviewing the homework allocated the past week. All students are expected to attempt the homework to ensure effective learning when the questions are gone through in class. The tutor will then conduct a lecture to cover new concepts and formulas. The content of each session has been broken down into smaller subtopics and every subtopic covered will be followed by a tutorial session for students to apply what they have just learnt. This contentapplicationfeedback loop weekly will help students master the topics effectively.

How can I catch up with my Secondary 3 content?The way to master Math is to keep practicing. For Secondary 4 students with a weak Sec 3 foundation, we strongly encourage you to do extra practice at home to build up those concepts. You can consult Ms Suzanne for a study plan based on her assessment of your weaknesses and she may also allocate relevant worksheets from those Sec 3 for you to practice. But above all, the most important aspect is to ask questions! Asking questions help to clarify your doubts and from there, you could discover more misconceptions that you have. We will be here giving you the full support you need. Students can consult Ms Suzanne anytime, simply snap and send a photo of the questions to her. From our many years in teaching, students have found this to be extremely useful, sometimes you may even catch Ms Suzanne at 11 p.m. doing a WhatsApp consultation with students!

How do you track my progress?Homework is allocated weekly and completion of the homework is compulsory for all students. From your homework submission, we will be able to point out the concepts that you have or have not mastered. We also hold regular assessment to track your progress as well as to get you seasoned to examination conditions. After every topic, we will hold a 2530 minute Checkpoint Quiz to check on your understanding. As we review the quiz, we will highlight key concepts and common mistakes, you will discover your weaknesses and areas to work on. At the end of terms nearing major examination periods, we also conduct timed practices and mock tests to assess your aptitudes.

Do your offer trial classes?Yes, we do. Trial classes are available all yearround. Trial classes are available under the following conditions. A trial class is free of charge if the student does not register for the class after attending the lesson. If a student wishes to register for classes after the trial class, the trial class is considered as the first charageable lesson.

Are replacement classes available?Yes, replacement classes are available for all students. Students who are unable to make it for lessons may attend any other lessons within the same week subjected to availability. In the case whereby you are unable to make it for any of the classes, you may access the recorded lessons and annotated notes to review the lesson.

Can I consult Ms Suzanne on questions from my school?Yes, of course! We highly encourage students to ask questions! Asking question is the first step to improvements. All students get the personal numbers of Ms Suzanne and they can consult her any time. We also highly encourage students to do up more questions beyond classes. Practice makes perfect, and we want you to know that if you are willing to make the extra effort to do so, we will support you fully.
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