Saturday, November 15, 2008

Weekly Quiz

Tom has a bag of chocolate bars. After giving each student 5 chocolate bars each, he would have 90 chocolate bars left. If he had given each pupil 10 chocolate bars, he would have 20 chocolate bars left. How many chocolate bars does Tom has at first.

Tips for P5 & P6 : Determine the difference between the two scenario. Hence the number of such sets which will determine the number of students Tom had given chocolates to. Eventually will lead to the number of chocolates Tom had at first.

Tips for Secondary students: Solve by setting algebraic equation for the two scenario with the unknown of Total Chocolate bars Tom had and the number of students he is giving to. Solve simultaneously by elimination or substitution method.        

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Class Registrations

All Classes for P5, P6 and Secondary starts now.

Monday, November 10, 2008

About the Tutor

Tutor Ed's Professional Qualifications: 

2002 – 2003    National Institute of Education, Singapore. Post Graduate Diploma in Education

1998 – 2001    Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.Bachelor of Mechanical and Production Engineering (Honors)  

1993-1996       Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore. Diploma in Mechatronic Engineering

Tutor Ed's Professional Experiences 

Maths Teacher for Secondary School in MOE from 2002 to 2006.

Private Maths Tutor for P5, P6 and all Secondary level since 2006.

Has since help students from St. Andrew Secondary, Fair Field Methodist, NUS High School, Canberra Primary, Sembawang Primary, Pei Chin Primary and etc. in maths with their grade at least a B or B3  equivalent. 

Smaller Class Size

For more conducive and close guidance environment, the class size will be kept to a maximum of 5 students. This will enable the tutor to monitor and coach individual student to overcome their difficulties in the subject. 

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Secondary 3/4

  • Numbers and the four operations
  • Function and graphs 
  • Solution of equations and inequalities 
  • Applications of mathematics in practical situations
  • Matrices
  • Congruence and similarity 
  • Properties of Circles
  • Trigonometry
  • Mensuration
  • Coordinate Geometry 
  • Vectors
  • Data Analysis 
  • Probability

Secondary 2

  • Algebraic Manipulation  
  • Ratio, Rate and Proportion 
  • Function and Graphs
  • Solution and Equations
  • Set language and notation
  • Congruence and Similarity 
  • Pythagoras' theorem
  • Mensuration
  • Data analysis 
  • Probability     

Secondary 1

  • Numbers and the four operations
  • Ratio, Rate and Proportion
  • Percentage 
  • Speed
  • Algebraic representation and formulae
  • Algebraic manipulation 
  • Function and Graphs
  • Solutions of equations and inequalities 
  • Angles, triangle and Polygons 
  • Mensuration
  • Data Handling