When it comes to approaching numerical, geometrical and trigonometric problems, IP Maths have an advantage over their counterparts. IP students are continually pushed to undertake their own analysis and test out various solutions, in addition to being exposed to the necessary approaches. IP math students are taught to explore their own errors and encouraged to learn from them, creating a holistic learning experience for the learners.
Excel to an A
The Perfect Solution IP Math Syllabus provides the lessons taught in E-Maths and A-Maths since they are also often covered in the GCE exam, only that they are more in-depth so a more comprehensive learning is necessary. Apart from that, the syllabus also gives emphasis on improving critical thinking and numerous reasoning skills that are previously hone in IP Math classes.
A typical class in the IP Maths Tuition Programme will include re-teaching of confusing and challenging concepts, highlighting key mistakes and misconceptions students commonly make, going through tutorial questions, and answering any questions students may have related to the lesson.
A Secret Recipe For All Students
All topical and revision notes are made available to all students. All of our maths notes have been grouped into specific topics to provide ease and convenience to students as they revise for tests and examinations.
The Math lectures will continue even though some students may not understand the previous part. This makes it difficult for the students to catch up and follow. During the Math tutorials, the tutors will also go quite fast to match the pace of the lectures, adding on the confusions of the students.
With Perfect Solution students will be exposed to analytical thinking questions that will challenge their ability to think out of the box. With our worksheets and quizzes, methods and strategies can be used to tackle difficult Math problems.
Q & A
To encourage engagement while learning, we like to promote continuous a series of questions and answers. When students have questions or uncertainties about a problem or topic, they should ask a question and get an answer. Learning becomes more active as a result of instant communication.
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