Study Strategy
Study Strategy for graduating students (O and A levels) If you are taking the national exams at the end of the year, you need to listen up. Half of the academic year has passed, so has all the CCA and SYF commitments. Your attention should be focused squarely on catching up on your revision using the correct study strategy. A common refrain i hear from parents is that their children is studying hard and late into the night, but is still failing their tests and exams. Doesn't hard work promise good results? So why are they still failing?! Most students are studying for their exams the wrong way. They are reading through their lecture notes or textbooks and trying to ...
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Recorded Package
Master Chemistry with Mr Khemistry's Comprehensive Online Recorded Course Welcome to Mr Khemistry, a premier tuition center specializing exclusively in Chemistry. With over 18 years of experience, Mr Eric Kua, also known as Mr Khemistry, has earned a reputation for his exceptional teaching methods. As the author of three A-level assessment books, Mr Khemistry is dedicated to assisting students achieve distinction in Chemistry. Today, we are excited to introduce our comprehensive online recorded course, designed to provide students with unparalleled flexibility and support. Unparalleled Flexibility đź•’ One of the primary advantages of our online recorded course is its flexibility. With recorded lessons, students have the freedom to learn at their own pace and convenience. Whether you're an early bird or ...
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Enhancing Tuition Centres with Artificial Intelligence
A Transformative Approach to Education Artificial Intelligence (AI) has revolutionized various industries, and the education sector is no exception. With its ability to analyze vast amounts of data, automate tasks, and provide personalized experiences, AI has become a game-changer in the field of teaching and learning. In this blog post, we will explore how tuition centres can harness the power of AI to enhance their business operations, marketing efforts, and customer service, ultimately providing students with a more engaging and effective learning experience. Artificial Intelligence in Business Operations: In the realm of business operations, AI can streamline administrative tasks, optimize resource allocation, and improve overall efficiency. Here are some areas where tuition centres can leverage AI: a) Intelligent Scheduling: AI-powered ...
Tuition Industry Evolution in Singapore Post-COVID-19
Singapore's tuition industry has long been a prominent feature of the education landscape, catering to the needs of students striving for academic excellence. However, the COVID-19 pandemic brought about significant disruptions, forcing the industry to adapt rapidly. In this article, we explore how the tuition industry in Singapore has evolved in the aftermath of the pandemic, transforming teaching methods, embracing technology, and addressing the changing needs of students. Shift to Online Learning One of the most noticeable changes in the tuition industry post-COVID-19 has been the rapid adoption of online learning platforms. With the closure of physical tuition centers during lockdowns, educators swiftly transitioned to virtual classrooms to ensure continuity in education. Online platforms and video conferencing tools became the ...
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Getting a strong start for H2 Chemistry in 2024
To get a strong start in H2 Chemistry in 2024, here are some steps you can follow (things NOT to do are in parentheses) : Review foundational concepts: Start by reviewing the foundational concepts from J1 Chemistry or the main topics you have weakness in. Make sure you have a solid understanding of topics like atomic structure, chemical bonding, chemical equations, stoichiometry, and periodic trends. (Don't review/revise if you want to be like everyone else, failing) Familiarize yourself with the syllabus: Obtain a copy of the H2 Chemistry syllabus for 2024 and go through the learning objectives carefully. Understand the topics that will be covered in J2 and the specific learning outcomes expected from you. This will help you plan ...
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MCQ Strategies to prepare effectively for H2 Chemistry Paper 1
Preparing for the MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) Paper 1 in H2 Chemistry requires a focused and strategic approach. Here are some effective MCQ strategies to help you prepare for Paper 1: Understand the Format: Familiarize yourself with the format of the MCQ Paper 1. Understand how many questions are included, the allotted time, and any specific instructions or guidelines provided. This will help you plan your time effectively during the exam. H2 Chemistry P1 has a total of 30 questions, with a few MCT questions scattered throughout the paper. Meaning you have an average of 2 minutes per question. Review Key Concepts: MCQs often test your understanding of fundamental concepts in Chemistry. Review and revise the key topics and concepts ...
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Should I get a MOE teacher or non-MOE tutor?
Hiring a Ministry of Education (MOE) teacher or a non-MOE teacher can have various pros and cons. Here are some factors to consider: Pros of hiring an MOE teacher as a tutor: Expertise in the Singapore education system - MOE teachers have extensive knowledge and experience in the local education system, curriculum, and syllabus. They are well-versed in the teaching methods and assessment formats used in schools, which can be beneficial when providing tutoring aligned with the student's school requirements. Especially for A levels Chemistry, where phrasing of the answers needs to include certain key words and terms. Familiarity with MOE resources - MOE teachers have access to a wide range of resources, including textbooks, past examination papers, and teaching ...
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Inorganic QA
Inorganic QA Inorganic QA is one of the most feared components besides planning question for H2 Chemistry practical. Here's a useful framework you can use to approach this part of the practical assessment. Preliminary observations: Begin by making preliminary observations of the sample, such as color, odor, and physical state. These observations can provide initial clues about the composition of the sample. Group separation: In inorganic QA, ions are often grouped based on their solubility properties. The sample is typically divided into different fractions by adding specific reagents (eg adding NaOH or ammonia to test for metal cations) to selectively precipitate or dissolve certain groups of ions. This step helps to simplify the analysis process. Confirmatory tests: Once the ions ...
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