Are you looking for quality, effective yet affordable private tuition lessons to help you breeze through your most challenging subjects?
Are you having reservations about your existing home tutor’s contributions to your overall learning needs, and feel that you need to source a competent one?
Unsurprisingly, out of every 10 calls from parents or students, 6 calls decide that their current tutoring lessons is not as effective as expected, and thus wish to find a proven subject tutor. That is why we offer a pack of revision lessons (by Jack Tan) by providing them the complete set of lesson materials that are to be tested.
Private Tuition Lessons – Range of Private Tutoring Subjects
For the lessons conducted during private home tuition, the following are the subjects that our current network of personal tutors coach in:
Singapore Primary Schools
For primary schools in Singapore, there is no formal Economics being taught. However, the basic concepts of spending, savings, and investment can be taught, depending on the teacher’s familiarity of the subject of money, etc.
Singapore Secondary Schools (GCE ‘O’ Level Economics Syllabus 2286)
On top of the usual subjects offered since primary school, Economics is also offered in local Sec Sch, though not many offer it. This is due to manpower issues.
The GCE “O” Level revision programme is designed for students to excel during the private one-to-one tuition lessons, so as to help learners obtain at least an aggregate score of 9 or lower (LR15).
Singapore Junior College Economics
As expected, Junior Colleges (JCs) are essentially Pre-University schools, and hence, the depth of study is highly enhanced.
The GCE ‘A’ Levels is one of the toughest exams one can sit in their entire lives, and as such, to attempt to conquer it without any help is rather risky. After all, excellent results in this exams will lead to a decent scholarship, the desired faculty of study, meet great people, make great friends and even a life partner! Believe it or not, opting Econs in your subject combination is a wise choice, as it will serve you well beyond your JC years.
iGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) Economics
The alternative to GCE ‘O’ Levels, if you are attending international schools in Singapore. For example, the ACS (International) school has their students sitting for iGCSE in Year 4.
IB (International Baccalaureate) Economics
Similar range of subject to the GCE ‘A’ Levels, except that the rigour of the subjects is split into higher level (HL) and standard level (SL). Again, learners attending international schools in Singapore will go onto sitting for the IB Diploma Programme exams, after iGCSE, and the IB results can be used for entrance grades for universities around the world.