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Singapore Private and Online Tuition- Is it Worth the Money?
07 May 2020

Singapore Private and Online Tuition- Is it Worth the Money?

According to Household Expenditure Survey conducted by the Department of Statistics in the years 2017 and 2018, Singaporean households spent about $1.4 billion on tuition, a significant growth from the $1.1 billion in 2012 and 2013. The average monthly household expenditure on tuition, inc (...)
Private Tuition vs Online Tuition – Pros and Cons
26 Apr 2020

Private Tuition vs Online Tuition – Pros and Cons

In the recent years, there are more and more tuition options that are available to serve the needs of different students. While some students score well academically with the help of a group tuition class, some require personalized guidance by having a private tutor where customization of conte (...)
Here are 9 Affordable yet Effective Private Math Tuition in Singapore for Primary School
14 Mar 2020

Here are 9 Affordable yet Effective Private Math Tuition in Singapore for Primary School

Math in primary school can be said to be very important as it is the foundational layer for students in the years to come. It is natural that parents pay more attention to helping their child perform well in exams, through means of extra private math tuition. To combat rising cost of living in Singa (...)
Tuition … looking back: A student’s perspective
02 Jul 2019

Tuition … looking back: A student’s perspective

A question I often get asked when I bumped into any of my friends’ parents was “Do you have tuition?”, upon finding out my grades were slightly better than my friends. After getting asked this question once, I shrugged it off as an overzealous parent trying to show concern for their child’s educ (...)
Do better in Math Word Problem
06 Jun 2019

Do better in Math Word Problem

The word problems that my child is facing in primary school are too difficult. He is struggling to get them correct. How can I help my child do better at word problems? Many parents of primary school going children often face this problem when their child progresses to Primary 4 or 5. Their wor (...)