Over the years, as schools around Singapore start to shorten the duration of time spent in classrooms due to additional commitments such as co-curricular activities, the demand for tuition classes has also seen a corresponding increase, especially for hard subjects such as Physics tuition lessons.
As Japan implemented a new educational measure, also known as Yutori – which translate to “relax”, to reduce the time spent in school and provide some level of autonomy in self-cultivation back in the 1980s, the average grades started to decline.
All of us have had the experience of taking an exam, and recognising the question type as one we have done before, but ultimately losing marks due to our careless mistakes.
As school hours get shorter, Physics tuition is becoming more sought after by parents in Singapore. Students who have a natural inclination towards subjects that relies on logical thinking will fare better at Physics but generally speaking, there have been a growing number of students who face difficulty grappling with the content taught in school. Read More
Like any subjects, one can only get better with Physics if sufficient amount of work and effort is put into learning the subject. Physics is definitely one of those subjects where last minute preparation does not work at all since there are a lot of conceptual theories that build on one another and students are required to understand earlier topics in order for newer topics to make sense.
The education system in Singapore has been well lauded by people from other countries as being robust and comprehensive. This is apparent as there are many instances of overseas students coming to Singapore from a young age to seek education here.
Selecting your math tuition class takes careful consideration. If you’re a parent, make sure you talk with your child about his or her preferences for a math tuition class. Here are some tips to help you make the right decision, whether you are a parent or a student.
In Singapore, it is a common sight to see Singaporean stressed out across all age groups. For students, the stress that they face is managing a packed schedule filled with school work, CCA, additional enrichment classes that are non-academic in nature such as piano lessons and last but not least tuition classes for various subjects.