2019 Registration Is Now Open!


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If your child scores 60 marks & below for his recent SA2 Exam, it is a strong tell-sign that he needs the additional help to bridge his knowledge to the required level in this Semester holiday at Smart Excel.

A Small Focus Group Coaching which complete Maths Problem Solving & Science Thinking Skill programme design to assist students who need additional pointers to clarify their doubts before going to their new year. It zooms directly to their lacking and gets it strengthen! | more


2019 InTakeEnglish, Maths, Science & Malay – PSLE, NT, N & O Levels (Weekly Classes)

 Based on Latest MOE Syllabus
 Progress Monitored 
 Pictorial Concept Approach
 Develop Inquiry Skills
 Incorporates Problem Solving Skills
 Small Group (5 Students : 1 Teacher)
 Nurture Self Motivation
 Work with Your Child Ability Level
 80% of our Students Improved After 6 Months They Joined Us
 Qualified & Experienced Teachers

We want to help your child to clear their doubts that have been blocking them to score their first ‘A’.

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 SPECIAL GIFT  Grab this limited period to pre-order this SMART Visual Math e-Workbook To Master The Art of Model Drawing Techniques To Solve Any Challenging Word Problems For P3, P4, P5 & P6 | Special Price: $9.70  (UP: $15.90)buy-now-icon

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The importance & role of tuition has been featured on various media portals like:

“7 in 10 parents send their children for tuition: ST poll” – 4th July 2015

“Parents go for tuition to help their kids” – 8th January 2015

“Singapore-style tuition so popular in Hong Kong, even celebs sign their kids up” – 11th January 2016

“Parents take primary school maths classes” – 9th January 2015


 

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P6 (SA1) 51% → PRELIM 75%

P6 Haqimi 2017, Radin Mas Primary School

P5 (SA2) 54% → Prelim 74%

Mdm Siti’s method of teaching has also proven to be very effective. Through her teaching, my son is now able to understand those concepts or methods which he was unclear of previously. He would also provide alternative methods in solving the questions which my son found it easier to understand.

Having only join SMART Excel in January 2017, his grades has improved significantly from 54 marks in P5 SA2 to 74% in P6 Prelim!

Both my wife and I are very happy with the marked improvement in grades. More importantly, she has helped my son regained his confidence in Mathematics!

Thank you very much Mdm Siti and SMART Excel for your guidance!

P6- Ahmad Irsyad (Prelim)

P6 Ahmad Yusoff 2017, Madrasah Irsyad Al Islamiah

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