At Smart Excel, We Have Created Success Stories Which Are Worth Telling
P6 Shafiyyah 2015, Clementi Primary School
P5 (18%) → PSLE 'C'
Under Mdm Siti's guidance, my daughter, Shafiyyah has improved tremendously from 18% to a 'C' in her recent PSLE. I find SMART Excel tuition class to be effective for my daughter.
P6 Ahmad Yusoff 2017, Madrasah Irsyad Al Islamiah
P5 (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.
P6F Uzair 2016, Horizon Primary School
P5 (20%) → PSLE '2'
I like SMART Excel because the teachers are nice and caring. My son's results had improved and he enjoyed attending lessons at SMART Excel. SMART Excel, The Right Place for our children!
P6 Khasyfil 2016, Cantonment Primary School
P6(55%) → PSLE 'B'
My Mathematics teacher, Mdm Siti, was very dedicated and committed to teaching us, maximizing the learning out of the four-hour lessons. Much to my pleasure, it worked and my grades improved! I truly feel grateful to them.
P5 Zikry Bin Hashim 2014, Anchor Green Primary School
P3 (15%) → P5 (44%)
Congrats to Zikry for the hard work and to achieve better grade! Well done! Keep going FORWARD, Zikry!!
P6 Haqimi 2017, Radin Mas Primary School
P6 (51%) → Prelim 75%
P6 Fadzuly 2015, Madrasah Al Irsyad Al Islamiah
P6 (55%) → PSLE 'B'
SMART Excel has really helped me a lot in my studies. The useful notes and worksheets have challenged me to think deeper into each question. The dedicated teachers have also encouraged me to do my best and unleash my true ...
P6 Shahirah 2015, Loyang Primary School
P5 (55%) → PSLE 'B'
Having only join SMART Excel in January 2015, her grade has improved significantly from 55 marks in P5 SA2 to 77 in P6 Prelim!
P6 Syed Amir 2016, Tanjong Katong Primary School
Prelim (40%) → PSLE 'B'
I want to thank all my teachers who had taught me in this past 1 year. My grades for Mathematics improved tremendously, from a 30+ to a ‘B’. Without them, I probably will not get a score of 'B' for PSLE. Thank you SMART ...
P6 Fadzly 2014, Jurong Primary School
P5 (45%) → PSLE 'B'
This year, I went to SMART Excel for Mathematics lessons to prepare for the upcoming Primary School Leaving Examinations. Mdm Siti taught me Mathematics. She had been an excellent teacher. Lessons were engaging and interesting. I am elated to find out ...
P6 Farid 2016, Loyang Primary School
P5 (55%) → PSLE 'A'
Excellent! Well done SMART Excel! Farid enjoyed going to your classes and he will miss them indefinitely. He has gained deeper insight into Maths and made the subject easy to learn.
P6 Nurul Nashrah 2015, Changkat Primary School
P5 (66%) → PSLE A*
I love SMART Excel simply because it has turned my daughter from an average student to an outstanding one. Through the guidance of the dedicated and experienced teachers, my daughter and other students achieve outstanding results ...
P6 Umar 2013, Madrasah Al Irsyad Al Islamiah
P5 'E' → PSLE 'B'
"Before the start of Exam, read doas and when you come across any tough questions seek Him (Allah) for help and always visualize every day that you can score high marks for your subjects, you either can get at LEAST C, ...
P6 Fathiin 2016, Meridian Primary School
P5 (17%) → PSLE 'D'
I like SMART Excel because it helps my child to improve her grades. I like the notes and their teaching method and they are also very satisfied with the center.
P6 Alea 2015, Raffles Girls Primary
P5 (55%) → PSLE 'B'
My grades have improved from C to A in PSLE. Mdm Siti has been an excellent teacher as she has taught me with great patience, making sure that I understand everything she has taught me.
P4 Nur Syakirah 2014, Madrasah Al Irsyad Al Islamiah
P3 (45%) → P4 (65%)
SMART Excel has really helped me a lot in my studies. The useful notes and worksheets have challenged me to think deeper into each question. The teachers have also encouraged me to do my best and unleash my true potential.
P6 Erena Ahalid 2014, Unity Primary School
P6 (60%) → PSLE 'B'
My Mathematics, Mdm Siti, was very dedicated and committed to teaching us, maximizing the learning out of the four-hour lessons. The lessons were enjoyable and fun yet I learned a lot from them.
P6 Umar 2015, Pionner Primary School
P5 (25%) → PSLE 'C'
I would like to say THANK YOU for helping Umar in overcoming his fear for Math. He refused to try challenging questions in the beginning, but now he likes to practice Math on his own. I don't have to monitor ...
P6 Khayyirah Ridzwan 2014, North View Primary School
P5 (30%) → PSLE 'C'
Tuition at SMART Excel is fun and interesting, at the same time enriching. I am exposed to different kinds of challenging and higher-order-thinking questions at SMART Excel and have become much more confident when facing these difficult questions.
P4 Shree 2017, Mayflower Primary School
P4 (CA1) 60% → (CA2) 90%
I would like to say THANK YOU for helping Shree in overcoming her fearfor Math. She refused to try challenging questions in the beginning, but now doing Math is a breeze for her.
P6 Lavanya 2016, CHIJ Toa Payoh
P5 (20%) → PSLE 'C'
The teachers are also kind and good. The notes and worksheets provided are useful and informative. SMART Excel teaches the topics in advance. This made learning easier when my school teacher covered the topics I already knew and understood.
P6 Ishan 2015, Tanjong Katong Primary School
P6 (60%) → PSLE 'A'
My son has encountered great difficulty in math especially in Section C. Thank you SMART Excel for your constant encouragement and patience teaching in assisting my son obtaining an A in Math for his PSLE!
If being your kids’ friend was enough to raise them successfully, we would all probably parent that way. But our job is way more complicated than that. Children and teens really crave boundaries, limits and structure. At the same time, they also need some healthy separation from us as they go through adolescence and develop into adults. Our role as parents is really to teach, coach and give our kids consequences when they misbehave. Read more …
Provide a quiet, well lit study area. Avoid distractions such as the television and loud music. Encourage other family members to be quiet, especially youngsters.
2. Have a Regular Homework Routine
Obviously household routines differ. Late at night is rarely a good time to study, as children are tired. You may need to be flexible if your child attends outside activities. Try to get a balance, but homework is a priority. If it is being rushed then consider reducing after school commitments or television viewing. Having a routine helps to avoid excuses such as “I’ll do it after this programme” or “I forgot.” It is important that a child learns to take responsibility rather than having to rely on reminders. Also do not expect your child to work on an empty stomach. No-one works well when they are hungry. Read more …
Written by a practising teacher, this article is aimed at parents of children aged up to 14.
Studies in Britain have shown that children who are supported by their families with homework are likely to perform significantly better in academic examinations at 16 years old and beyond than those who do not. If we want our children to be successful in school, family involvement is important.
How can you help?
By showing an interest you are communicating the fact that school work is important and needs to be taken seriously.
Encourage children to complete homework to the best of their ability.
Urge children to watch less television and spend more time studying and reading.
Express high expectations for children from an early age.
Found: Simple but powerful ways to ensure all of your children feel like a VIP.
By Devan McGuinness
Parenthood is the ultimate juggling act, and at no time is that more clear than when you’re trying to spread your time and attention among your children. Striking this delicate balance involves satisfying the needs of each kid while at the same making sure no one feels left out.