TUTORING / SECONDARY / PHYSICS & CHEMISTRY

✔ EXAM-FOCUSED  ✔ MOE-ALIGNED SYLLABUS   ✔ PERSONALISED ATTENTION

✔ SMALL CLASS SIZE (MAX. 8 PER CLASS)  ✔ RELEVANT LESSONS (ENGAGED LEARNING)


our expert: Jason ang

Achieving top grades is a tricky business. I like to keep things really simple. If others take 15 mins to deliver, I do it in 5 mins. I do not believe in working for the results. Instead I believe results will fall in place once the first principles are established.
— Jason

We are proud to introduce Mr. Jason Ang, our new Physics and Chemistry tutor, who has 10+ years of teaching experience with a stellar tutoring track record. A graduate of NTU with B. Eng (Hons) and Diploma in Education from NIE, he has helped over 200 students obtain distinction (A1/A2) for their O Levels in the past 5 years, receiving rave reviews from parents and students for his successful teaching methodology. Jason inspires students and helps them achieve impressive academic results.

 

sCHEDULE 

*click on the header to sort

Click here for the schedule for all available classes.

Contact 6734-8559 For Enquiries


PARENTS & STUDENTS SPEAK ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCE

 
 
When we first received his results slip, we were so amazed with his performance.  He aced all his subjects!  We got in touch with you to express our appreciation then.  And I am once again conveying our sincere thanks for making a difference in his academic journey.

Last Saturday, Nicholas was back at St Andrew’s Founder’s Day Awards Presentation and I am very pleased to share that he was presented with two awards, 1st in Subject-English and 2nd for the N Level results.

Thought I should also share this. The 2014 SA Dux mentioned you in his speech.  You were his form teacher and what you shared with the class and personally inspired him.  He was all praise for your passion to teach and give of your very best to the class.

We believe you would look at his achievements and be inspired to touch many more lives. Thank you and thank you.
— Mr. and Mrs. Cheong (St. Andrew’s Secondary School)

 
Mr Ang is one of the most inspiring teachers I have ever met. I joined his class towards the end of Secondary One, and has been in his class all the way till Secondary 4, for both Chemistry and Physics. Mr Ang is not the usual teacher that you will meet — he is extremely effective in finding analogies to help you understand any hard concept, such as his grandmother and aunt buying fish from the market. He is also a very understanding teacher who will give you breaks halfway through the lesson as he knows that the students are tired and need time to digest the information, as well as freshen up. Throughout my 10 years of being a student, he is the first teacher I see, who does not shout at his students, and yet can control the class well. Before I joined Mr Ang’s class, I was barely passing my Chemistry and Physics. However, his lessons managed to help me grasp concepts easily and understand the different topics in both Chemistry and Physics. He is also very approachable and is someone that you can talk to like a friend. Most importantly, he is very encouraging, and will sincerely motivate his students to do well, teaching them the different ways to understand a concept better. Mr Ang, unlike other teachers, does not emphasis on the results. His main aim is ensuring that his students understand a certain concept as he feels that that is the basis of studying. Benjamin Franklin once said, “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I will learn.” Mr Ang is a teacher who involves his students throughout his lessons such that we are able to grasp the different concepts. He is like a giving tree, who is always willing to dedicate time and effort for his students. As an IP student who transferred from the O Level track in Secondary 2, I feel that it is hard to understand certain topics that are taught in school as there are many additional things related to the A Level syllabus. However, Mr Ang always tries his best to help me, and now, I am able to learn the different topics with a new perspective. Thank you Mr Ang, for all that you have done. All the best Mr Ang! Thank you!
— Rachel Wong, Cedar Girls (IP)

 
Thank you Mr Ang for the past 3 years !! Thank you for always readily helping me with my chemistry, and spending extra time and effort to coach me after class! You made chemistry concepts easier to grasp through your analogies and stories! My understanding of chemistry has been strengthened because of the practices that you gave us! You would also motivate us to solve challenging questions by treating to us to drinks if we managed to solve them!! This made learning even more fun because there is a reward to look forward to! Your life stories also serve as an inspiration and you constantly encourage us to do even better that I feel apologetic to you whenever I fail to achieve good results. When I overworked myself in sec 3, you would always ask me to take a break and have ample rest! I admire how you don’t put emphasis on results but instead, you make sure that we enjoy the process of learning. Your teaching also stimulates my analytical skills and this allows me to truly understand and like the subject. All the best Mr Ang!
— Jit Leng, Bishan (St Nicholas Girls’ School)

 
Good teaching includes several important values such as care, nurture and perseverance. But at the end of the day, good teaching is about having fun, experiencing sense of satisfaction and intrinsic reward...like locking eyes with a student in the back row and seeing the synapses and neurons connecting, thoughts being formed, the person becoming better, and a smile cracking across a face as learning all of a sudden happens. It’s about the former student who says your course changed her life. It’s about another telling you that your course was the best one he’s ever taken. Good teachers practice their craft not for the money or because they have to, but because they truly enjoy it and because they want to. And this is you Mr Ang. You are more than just a teacher, you are a true mentor and a friend. The way you teach and the knowledge that u shared made you the best teacher in the world. As an educator, your title can ensure a role of heightening my knowledge in academics. You see me not as one of the many students you have, but instead you value me for my uniqueness and strengths. You promote an environment where I feel like I am able to not only share my contribution, but also know it is actually considered and appreciated. Thank you for fighting this battle with me. All the best in your future endeavors.
— Sin Haeng, Katong (Cedar Girls School)

 
My first impression of Mr Ang was that he was a very strict teacher. However, as I got to know him close to a year, my current impression of him would be he is someone that is amiable, entertaining and comical. He likes to crack jokes (although it is lame but it does makes us laugh). I got the inspiration to do well because of his lesson, which results in Chemistry being my most improved subject. I started going to watch ipad videos whenever i have the time and Mr Ang was very welcoming to allow me to do so. Since then, my results have been improving from a D7 to at least a B4. I don’t know how but his way of teaching makes the subject very interesting to me. Science was once my hated subject especially Chemistry as I did not do so well as compared to Physics. Mr Ang is also very approachable. I thank him for all his motivation and inspiration which has made me very confident to tackle my upcoming O’level exams. Thank you Mr Ang.
— Wayne Ng, Bishan

 
Dear Mr Ang, Even though I’ve only been your student for less than a year, I have already improved in my studies by leaps and bounds. Enrolling with a failing grade at the end of Sec 3, you’ve helped me relearn the basics and bounce back from those dark days. Thank you for your patience and dedication to us students, and even though you didn’t get paid extra, you still encourage us to come for revision to improve on our weaknesses so that we can keep up with our work. Thank you too, for your meaningful stories to help teach us values so that we can become better not just academically but also in character as a person. I am also grateful for your dedication to us students in this crucial O level year, and I am sure that I could not have done as well as I am doing without your help and guidance, and for that, I hope to do you proud in the upcoming O level exams!
— Andrea Ko, Cedar Girls School

 
Dear Mr Ang, I can recall vividly when I first joined your class. Now I am endlessly grateful to you. Not only have you helped me get my A1s for my science but you also gave me the confidence and self-esteem. You gave hope to what I thought and everyone believed was a person who could never succeed in his studies. You showed me the right ways to answer the questions and I immediately understood what you said. Previously I was reluctant to go to tuition of any kind. However, your tuition was different. I actually looked forward to it. Your lessons embarked my journey towards academic success and you provided more than academic knowledge, you lit the fire in the spirit of a boy who thought he never could succeed. 
— Keon Lim

 
I started physics classes with mr ang when i was in secondary 3. At that time, i had zero interest in the subject as i was really bad at it. However, mr ang made his lessons enjoyable and interesting by giving analogy to help the class better understand concepts. He knows when to lighten the mood in class and never fail to make us laugh at least onces or twice every lesson. Unlike other tuitions i have, i always look forward to mr ang’s classes. My love for physics grew at the same time, and naturally with hard work, i was able to improve. Instead of using fear to control the class, mr ang gains the respect of the students and hence most student co-operated with him to have a smooth and productive lesson. I have always wanted to be a teacher and after seeing mr ang’s teaching method and how he not only cares about his students’ results but also their well being, i am even more inspired to pursue my dream as a teacher in the future. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank mr ang for not only helping me in my sciences, but also encouraging me and giving me good advice whenever he notice that I am stress or feeling down.
— Cherilyn Kwek, Anderson Secondary School

 
Mr Ang is an extremely patient and committed teacher. He shows compassion in his teaching and treats all his students equally. Mr Ang always shares stories of his life from his army days, sharing with us life skills and his experiences. His teaching is also easy to understand and always enforces not only new but old concepts as well. He utilizes everything he has to educate his students in the way that it’s easiest to understand yet as detailed as possible. His patience with his students is admirable, willing to go through old concepts as many times as possible until his students understand it. Through my 4 years with Mr Ang, he has greatly aided in my endeavor of advancing in the world of science be it in chemistry or physics, he has brought out the best of me. I cannot thank you enough, Mr Ang, the teacher who has stood by me, constantly giving me the tools to sharpen my blade and has taken care of me throughout the 4 years. With this, Mr Ang, thank you for all the memories you’ve forged for me, the time we spent together and most importantly taking me in as a student of yours. We may not cross our paths again as student and teacher, but I will always regard you as a teacher in my heart.
— Justin Soh