Lower secondary level - Accounting English Mathematics
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Junior college level - Accounting General Paper
University Entry Exams - IELTS
Music - Piano - Theory (Intermediate), Practical (Advanced)
Commitment / Other Details
Effective Immediately; as long as it would require for my student to feel more confident towards the subject. I am currently an undergraduate, however, this will not be an issue.
I come from a very academically sound background having graduated from Hwa Chong institution, it has equipped me with the necessary skillsets to excel in my studies. i aspire to share my personal tips and studying techniques with my students, giving them valuable insights and to give them the self confidence to not just do well, but to develop a passion for what they are pursuing.
Keeping Up with Curriculum
I currently have nieces and nephews enrolled in upper primary, lower secondary and upper secondary; hence i do not sense any issue with keeping up to the date with the current curriculum. With regard to JC students, (GP/KI), I am still in regular contact with my GP teacher, who is one of my many mentors.
As a Good Tutor
Commitment, Compassion, Critical. These are the 3Cs i abide by. To be committed to my students means no last minute cancellations, understanding that his/her education is at stake, and it is no laughing matter. To be compassionate, being a student myself, there will be certain difficulties every student faces, be it in the classroom, or outside of it, so i must be able to empathise with such factors, and adjust my expectations accordingly so as to not stress my student unnecessarily. Lastly, to be Critical, my job is not to befriend my student, but to educate and mentor. Hence i will have to be professional and remain objective towards them. If i feel like there is a lack in effort, or that my student is exhibiting poor attitude; i will make it known to them, whether or not they like what they hear.