Monthly Archives: April 2013

Jonathan Loh Testimonial

During the years that I’ve been taught by Francis, I felt that he has been a patient,friendly and approachable tutor. He had creative methods to address my areas of weakness in the various subjects that he taught me, such as

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Angela Testimonial

As a parent, I found Francis to be a dedicated and patient tutor. He is good in helping his students build strong foundations in the respective subjects he taught. Moreover, hehas innovative methods of addressing their weak areas in the

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Bryan Soh Testimonial

I have been Koon Yeow’s student for about 3 years since the year 2010. He had been a great help to me in Mathematics and Science as I prepared for my GCE ‘O’ and ‘A’ Levels examinations. Koon Yeow is

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Perlyn Long Testimonial

7 years ago, Francis helped me ace my A and E math for O levels. He was always patient and explained each topic that I was weak in in ways that I could understand well. He always knew which topics

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Jonathan Long Testimonial

I was failing in class, but thanks to Francis, I was able to do well for my exams. He has always been helpful and willing to sacrifice his time for me when I need it. He is patient as well

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‘A’ Level Biology

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‘O’ Level Emaths

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‘A’ Level Chemistry

‘A’ Level Chemistry AMath Example 1 Chemistry Example 1   Atomic Structure & the Periodic table Key points: (1)        Atom – the most basic building block of elements/compounds (2)        An atom is very small. 12 g of carbon contains 6

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AMath Example 1

Differentiation & Applications (1). A particle travels in a straight line, starting from rest at point A, passing through point B and coming to rest again at point C. The particle takes 5s to travel from A to B with

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Physics Chapter 1

Chemical Bonds and the Structure of Substances Electronic Structure of Noble Gases Noble gases or Group 0 (or Group VIII) elements exist as atoms and are unreactive (inert) due to their stable electronic structures. The outermost (valence) electron shell of

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