JC A Level H2 Math Tuition
Our JC, A Level, H2 Math Tuition
The most common subject taken up in JC, H2 Math is a pre-requisite to all courses in university. It is a build-on to Secondary A Maths and consists of two main areas covered: Pure Maths and Statistics.
In Pure Maths, the sections covered are Functions and Graphs, Sequences and Series, Differentiation and Integration, Vectors, and Complex Numbers.
In Statistics, the sections covered are Permutations and Combinations, Probability, Discrete Random Variables, Binomial distribution, Normal distribution, Hypothesis Testing, and Correlation and Regression.
JC H2 math covers a wider range of topics than secondary school math and while some of the topics may be similar, there still lies many differences in the content covered. Even with overlapping topics, the content covered in H2 math is more in-depth and requires advanced analytical and critical thinking skills which can be a concern for students that are newly tackling H2 math.
JC/A Level Math Tuition Teaching Methodology
In our JC Maths tuition classes, our objective is to address the difficulties commonly encountered by students. Thereby, every lesson is well-structured and delivered systematically to meet the learning needs of the students.
Mr Daniel adopts a hybrid of a 1-to-1 and classroom styled learning. This allows different people to learn at their own pace.
During the H2 Maths tuition, Mr Daniel will first teach the topic and show the working of solving a typical H2 Maths question, followed by practice on the students’ part, and then leave some time open for interaction before moving on to the next worked example. As a result, students find our H2 Math tuition effective and encouraging as they gain more confidence in tackling the questions.
We believe in guiding our students to excel through patience and consistent practice. Therefore, our A Level H2 Math tuition provides them with quality resources and teaching to help them achieve their fullest potential.
To optimise learning outcomes from attending JC Maths tuition at New Dawn Learning Studio, we will also conduct lessons a step ahead of the school delivery. Students will find it easier to follow through with the classes at their respective JCs, thereby, maximising their learning capability.
About the JC/A Level Math Tuition Tutor
Mr Daniel Yeo, New Dawn Learning Studio Founder & Head of Math Department
Mr Daniel has been teaching Math, both Secondary Math and H2 Math, for more than 10 years.
Math has always been his passion and he strongly believes in specialization. Thus, Math is his focus, and he excels in it. Another strength he brings forth is his belief in painstakingly doing his own notes for his students, sheet by sheet, worked example, tip by tip by tip- totally comprehensive! It is his steadfast passion that a good lecturer can only deliver effectively when he walks through every step that students take. Solving Mathematical problems must be a piece of cake to any Math tutor but what differentiate Mr Daniel from the mass is that he delivers patiently and systematically without skipping a step, the Math concepts and solutions, so as to ensure that every student can grasp and understand the fundamentals at their pace before delving in depth. And when students gain confidence, especially the weaker ones, they will feel motivated to learn further, and excel. This is the essence of Mr Daniel’s teaching methodology and belief.
Invited Author A’level, H1 & H2 Mathematics of TYS Solution 2018-2021
Our 4-Prong JC/A Level Math Tuition Approach
JC/A Level Math Tuition Notes
JC/A Level Math Tuition Tutorial
Topical and Sectional Revision
Why New Dawn H2 Math Tuition?
Top-Notched H2 Math Materials
At New Dawn Learning Studio, we believe every student is important, so we place great emphasis on effective delivery to assist students to develop their potential in the subject they wish to improve further.
Very often, the lack of comprehensive materials for self-revision is an apparent hindrance to learning A level maths. To overcome this problem, we’ve put together tailored and comprehensive study materials for our JC H2 Math tuition students. The worksheets are constantly updated with the newest trends and challenging questions from all the different schools, which made it easy for students to practise and do not have to go through many practise papers or assessment books just to find one challenging question. Also, the notes are written in a manner targeted to the various important concepts to make H2 Math seem less intimidating than it was.
Students at New Dawn Learning Studio can take tutorials and notes from their classes home with them. A complete H2 math summary sheet is also supplied for students to process and keep the information they learned in these tutorials.
The tutorials are designed to help students better understand and retain the material they have just learned. As a short study aid, each H2 math student receives a 26-formula sheet that covers every chapter of the course subject in advance of their impending tests.
Mr Daniel is well-known by his students for being extremely approachable and is always willing to offer help via WhatApps, face to face or a Zoom Session.
Vast Experiences in Teaching Countless Batches of JC Students
We have experiences in teaching students from all different JC in Singapore. Topics are catered to the individual JC.
Annual A Level Maths Workshops
For students who have not signed up early for H2 Maths tuition and missed some topics, or for those current students who want to enhance their learning, we conduct H2 Maths Camps and Workshops in March, June, and September scheduled by (subjects) and topics to cater to individual learning needs. The workshops facilitate pre-exam revision and enhance their learning journeys. Do check up on the timetable!
Conducive Studying Environment
A self-study area has been set up in the tuition centre, where you may study on your own and get help from Mr Daniel even if you aren’t attending his A Level H2 Math tuition classes!
Why Get H2 Math Tuition in JC?
There is a shift in how math is taught from high school to JC, from classroom-based learning to lecture-based learning. Students are unable to ask as many questions as they would want, and teachers are unable to give them individual attention. Students may find it difficult to keep up with the new teaching style and tempo that have been set up.
Additionally, JC students are exposed to over 20 formulae and concepts, which is significantly more than what is taught in secondary school. H2 math content, which mostly consists of pure mathematics and statistical analysis, demands students to be highly familiar with all of the problems that may be posed.
JC students unquestionably require some additional support in order to improve their academic performance. When it comes to A-levels education, tuition is essential. Even after two years of intense study, many JC students in Singapore are still unable to ace their A-level examinations. We advise JC students to enroll in H2 math tuition classes as a complement to this.
At New Dawn Learning Studio, Mr Daniel is able to properly analyse each student’s strengths and limitations and change the speed of the lesson appropriately. As a result, students will get a deeper knowledge of the ideas and discover that there are several ways to tackle each typical H2 Maths question.
Mr Daniel Yeo is the Invited Author for Ten Year Series
GCE A-Levels H2 Mathematics & H1 Mathematics Ten Years Series (both topical & yearly editions) published by SL Education
Memorising exam answers will not garner you an A on your final exam. Students must be familiar with the concepts and the structure of the questions. When it comes to A-level exam prep, students and teachers in this area will come to rely on these books, which contain repeated questions and model answers that help them measure what examiners will ask and look for.
However, questions from previous years have tended not to be repeated in the last five to six years, particularly in the fields Mathematics.
It would only say that students should practice with 10-year-series books to become familiar with the exam format, but that they should not depend solely on them too much, whereas they must be able to practice the concepts they have learned in different contexts to pass the exam.