Sorry haven't been updating at all. I have only been replying emails for the past year. Workload is horrible. I miss my schooling days :( But I have got a few emails asking similar questions on Form 6 tuition. I'll give my same old reply as I have posted here Form 6 tuition teachers recommendation. There have also been questions on if these recommended teachers can teach because its the "new syllabus" now. To be honest, its pretty much the same old thing but just have been semester-ised....
Similar questions I have gotten
Q1. Mr Lingam teaches in 2 tuition centres. Does he teach the same thing for both? (to be very honest...what kinda question is this????????? But I do get where you come from, because Kasturi is a big class, Kelana Jaya relatively small..bla bla bla....)
ANS Yes I am very sure Mr Lingam teaches the same in both centres. I transferred from Kasturi to his then Subang centre..
Reason why I transferred was Kasturi's class is too big...and I love attention (just kidding !!!!) But can you imagine a class with 100 over students...say 20 of them approaches the teacher after class to ask 1 question each..and you are that number 21..the queue !!!!! Also it's easier to ask questions during the lessons in small classes (my own preference though) And also..since the classes are small (no admin coming in to do a 15 - 20 mins attendance in the middle of the class), there's always more time for us to go through extra exercises in class. This is something that can't be done in Kasturi though, especially when exam is around the corner.
Q2. Where is Mr Ong teaching for maths???
ANS As far as I know....Kolej Bandar..I used to take under Edusmart PJ..but I'm not too sure if he's still teaching there. But yes he is a very very good maths teacher, one of the best I've ever came across.
Q3. Help !!!! I cant concentrate for studies !!! And tell me how to improve my English !!!!!
ANS. If you cant concentrate, call it a day, go out, have some outdoor activities..then restart tomorrow. English wise, there's no speed learning...its not like maths where 1+1=2...to master a language, u need to work hard and perspire (literally) but if you start reading English newspapers (I know there's been this widespread thingy of boycott this newspaper that newspaper for various reasons) but let's try the Sun for now, its thin, easy to read and has pretty good contents. And, it helps to start tuning into BFM, maybe too heavy for some..but it might come in handy during speaking tests. Start picking up novels, let it be LOTR, Harry Potter (English version please)....
That's it for now...Update soon....