Our Strengths and Track Record
100% improvement of at least 3 grades
Continued guidance through tertiary education
One-to-One & Small Class Sizes
Reviews from Former Students
Mr. Luo Xingqun
Mr. Luo Xingqun graduated from Singapore Management University (SMU) with a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Actuarial Science. He obtained First Class Honours and was placed on the Dean’s List for consecutive years. He was awarded the Economics Advisory Board Excellence Award, and Excellence Award in Actuarial Science Major. Having taught mathematics since 2014, his track record includes helping A-Level JC students improve from ‘E’ to ‘B’ in just 6 lessons.
Xingqun is a member of the Society of Actuaries (USA) and is pursuing credentials as a Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst to further his numerical skills. He is opposed to rote learning and insists on students mastering the fundamentals. His lessons are thorough and demanding, without being excessive.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
In an ideal world, every school is a good school and every teacher is a good teacher. But we do not live in that ideal world. When a student fails to perform academically, it may not be because of the school or teacher. But it does show a mismatch between the learner and his learning environment.
In MOE schools, teachers may be tasked to teach multiple subjects, manage co-curricular activities and handle non-teaching administrative duties. The mental health and workload of MOE teachers is a debated topic even in parliament. In most cases, it is unreasonable to request a change of subject teachers.
In private tuition, only the finest tutors can stand the test of time. We can choose the most experienced math tutor or math tuition centre who can adapt to the students’ unique learning needs.
Ultimately, while academic results do not guarantee success in life, the reality is that a glowing certificate opens the door to better opportunities. In particular, mathematics is a compulsory subject for most students throughout their schooling years. Therefore, engaging a private tutor is not a question of necessity, but a gift of modern-day privilege.
We specialise in the following subjects for small group private tuition:
Junior College (JC) A-Level, Singapore-Cambridge GCE Advanced Level
• Higher 2 Mathematics (H2 Math)
• Higher 1 Mathematics (H1 Math)
International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP)
• Analysis and Approaches Higher Level (IB Math AA HL)
• Analysis and Approaches Standard Level (IB Math AA SL)
• Applications and Interpretation Higher Level (IB Math AI HL)
• Applications and Interpretation Standard Level (IB Math AI SL)
Secondary School O-Level, Singapore-Cambridge GCE Ordinary Level
• Additional Mathematics (A-Math)
• Elementary Mathematics (E-Math)
• IP Mathematics (leading to A-Level)
• IP Mathematics (leading to IB)
These are our tuition rates for junior college (JC) and secondary school math:
IB and A-Level
Per 4 lessons
O-Level and IP
Per 4 lessons
(Total 6 hours)
One advantage of engaging a private tutor is that you can find a schedule that meets your needs.
Here are our weekly timeslots:
Mon - Fri
We conduct one-to-one and group lessons, in-person and online. Here are the different venues:
• Small group (2 – 3 students)
2 Toh Yi Drive, Singapore 590002
(Beauty World MRT Exit C, beside Bt Timah Market)
Class (4 – 8 students)
Bt Timah Shopping Centre, 170 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 588179 (Beauty World MRT Exit A)
Held over Zoom
In private math tuition, we guide students to think critically throughout the learning stage, and prepare them for the exam stage. Here is a detailed explanation:
Learning stage: Our belief is that mathematical concepts must be taught in-depth, and not dumbed down to mindless memorisation, i.e. rote learning. Critically, the math tutor must be well-versed in the proofs and history of mathematics to trigger students' genuine interest in the subject. Our competitive culture and fast-paced environment demands instant results, but shortcuts can only lead to temporary short-lived gains. Students must be guided to think deeply to benefit from a meaningful education.
Exam stage: Having undergone the learning stage, students must practice papers under timed conditions, i.e. trial exams. Most students do not time themselves when they practice unsupervised, deluding themselves with “The Tortoise and the Hare”. Without a time limit, they pick up inefficient methods and become unreceptive to alternative techniques. An experienced math tutor would have confronted countless variations, turned over every stone, and distilled the insights into a set of exam-ready methods.
Increasingly, exam questions have become unpredictable with an emphasis on real-life applications. This trend penalises students who rely on regurgitating textbooks. Here at eipimath, we take pride in delivering meaningful lessons, and preparing students to be nimble in the exams.