Math Lessons for Year 5 Year 6 UWCSEA International students at The Sail, Marina Bay. Small Group Math lessons are conducted by Tutor Yuet Ling that build on the foundation of the student.

Especially helpful for students that do not like Math, does not like to do a lot of math practices or is starting to struggle with the work at hand and makes a lot of silly mistakes that keeps student from getting a good score.

Tutor Yuet Ling will teach comprehensively and show the easy ways to remember the steps, understand what is the problem, and give students confidence in attempting problem sums and rekindle the passion to study and start doing well in class. Highly experienced in teaching international students, give Yuet Ling a call +65 82226327 to discuss placements in her classes.

Our Math tuition are customised for the international standards curriculum and are designed to incorporate comprehensive teaching that align the students to the IGCSE syllabus in Year 10, thus helping Year 5/6 students to streamline their thinking/studying skills and lessen any confusing Mathematical concepts, especially in algebra, that would otherwise creep in during Year 7-Year 10 and students inadvertently lose marks due to that confusion.

Over the last 10 years, we have been involved in guiding a lot of international students with similar problems, where they find Mathematics confusing and everything they do seems similar and start using the wrong concepts thinking it is the right way of attempting that sum. This is primarily caused by a lack of understanding in the work that they do, eventually everything start looking confusingly similar and they are unable to pick the right tools for the job at hand.

This is where Tutor Yuet Ling comes in for Year 5 Year 6 students. They will be introduced to the correct usage of their mathematical curriculum, explaining at length the reasons behind each and every step taken working the sum. Then students are guided to perform the same steps, thinking carefully the reason behind each and every move, like a carefully executed chess piece.