Knowing these tutors personally, I can attest to their character and expertise. Each of them brings years of experience and in-depth knowledge of their respective subjects. They take pride in their work and are passionate about what they do.
Mr. Jeffrey Teo is a practice-focused head coach at Ace Your Econs (AYE), having published two guidebooks for A-Level Economics. Also co-founder of Community of Tutors (COT), an exceptional networking group for both veteran and aspiring tutors. Mr. Jeffrey holds a degree in Economics from NTU, and with his experience as a former corporate banker, he brings significant industry knowledge to his classroom. Although his students describe him as being strict and firm during exam drilling, he is a passionate tutor who teaches from the heart.
Mr. Goh Joo Heng is a highly qualified and experienced tutor with a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from NTU, consistently earning perfect math grades throughout his education. Since 2014, Mr. Goh has specialised in teaching JC H2 math and has developed an exceptional ability to explain complex math concepts in a clear and concise manner.
Mr. Bryan Lai is an accomplished and experienced physics tutor with over 15 years of teaching experience. He holds a Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering from NTU and is a former MOE JC lecturer, having taught at various JCs in Singapore. He has coached more than 1000 Physics students, and despite their varying entry results, Mr. Lai has maintained a track record of 90% A/B grades.
Mr. Eric Kua is from the pioneer batch of NUS University Scholars Programme (USP) in 2003, where he earned his degree in Pure Chemistry. During his tenure at Merian Junior College (MJC) from 2006 - 2017, he achieved a remarkable feat with his first form class achieving 100% distinction in their A-Level. In addition, he obtained the certificate for "Harvard Teaching and Learning Strategies for Higher Education", and published multiple books including “Novel Organic Chemistry Questions” and “Organic Chemistry – Mastering Synthesis and Elucidation Questions”.