Individual and Small Group Mathematics and Statistics Tuition in Singapore – University and Junior College level

I am a private tutor in Singapore specializing in:

Mathematics and Statistics - for University level, Junior College H2+H1, Integrated Programme (IP), International Baccalaureate (IB).

Chemistry and Physics - for Junior College H2+H1, Integrated Programme (IP), International Baccalaureate (IB).

I am a full-time tutor conducting individual home tuition and small group tuition at affordable rates. My students have benefited from private (one to one) home tuition. They have gained confidence tackling the difficult concepts presented to them, and have benefited from the personalized attention that one to one tuition provides.

Academic Qualifications and Private Tutoring Experience

Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2011, National University of Singapore.

B.Sc. First Class Honours in Mathematics, 2002, National University of Singapore.

Grade Point Average (GPA): 4.9 out of 5.0. Placed on Dean's List for 4 Semesters. Served as student mentor at Special Programme in Science (SPS) for several semesters.

Very Extensive experience since 2002 tutoring Junior College and Integrated Programme Mathematics, as well as Secondary School Elementary maths and Additional maths.

Experience since 2009 tutoring University Level Mathematics and Statistics - including Calculus of Several Variables, Business Statistics, Engineering Calculus, Real Analysis, Abstract Algebra, Linear Algebra, Probability, Discrete Mathematics.

Experience since 2009 tutoring Junior College, Integrated Programme, and Secondary School Chemistry and Physics.

Contact Information

Handphone: 9724-0163 (Mr Ng)
Alternatively, please Email: [email protected]
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My Approach to Private Tuition

The Singapore government and various Members of Parliament have voiced concerns about private tuition. Many have highlighted the stresses and pressures students are facing at school and have wondered if we are pushing our students too hard.

I believe that having private tuition is a personal choice that the student and parent must decide on their own. My students have benefited from private (one to one) home tuition. They have gained confidence tackling the difficult concepts presented to them, and have benefited from the personalized attention that one to one tuition provides.

At school or at tuition centres, it is difficult to give each and every student such individualized, personal attention. That is where home tutors like myself come in. I strongly believe that well-qualified tutors like myself have a role to play in helping students strengthen their academic foundations and achieve better grades.

My aim is to make the learning experience a pleasant and enriching experience for all my students.

Students and teachers at Tanjong Katong Primary try to move on

28 June 2015

Life is slowly returning back to normal at Tanjong Katong Primary School (TKPS), less than a month after a 5.9-magnitude earthquake struck Sabah.

Pupils and staff returned for the new school semester on Monday morning, after the June school holiday.

At the school entrance, balloons and sunflowers, with the message ‘little bravehearts and courageous teachers’, welcomed the pupils back to the partial-session school.

What do Singapore’s six universities have to offer?

National University of Singapore (NUS): It has more than 50 full-time degrees, with exclusive ones such as those in dentistry, music and pharmacy.

Nanyang Technological University (NTU): It has more than 50 degrees, with niche programmes such as communication studies, and sport science and management.

Singapore Management University (SMU): It offers seven full-time programmes such as accountancy, law, information systems management and an SUTD-SMU dual degree programme in technology and management, launched last year.

Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD): Its five degrees include architecture and sustainable design, engineering product development, engineering systems and design, and information systems technology and design.

Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT): Catering mainly to polytechnic graduates, the university has 36 programmes – some offered by reputable partner universities and others run solely by SIT. The programmes include culinary arts management, criminology and security, game design and naval architecture.

SIM University (UniSIM): The university synonymous with part-time degrees recently started offering full-time programmes in accountancy, finance and marketing. It will introduce a fourth full-time degree in human resource management this year.

NUS Law students triumphs in inaugural international moot court competition

25 June 2015

A team from the National University of Singapore (NUS) Faculty of Law has emerged top in the inaugural Herbert Smith Freehills Competition Law Moot, after fending off competition from European law schools.

The team – made up of final-year students Jeremiah Lau, Benjamin Wong and Lisa Tan – claimed victory over the University of Amsterdam’s team in the finals which were held at King’s College London in Britain from June 12 to 14.

SMU’s Lee Kong Chian School of Business rates highly in Financial Times Global Masters ranking

25 June 2015

The Singapore Management University’s Lee Kong Chian School of Business has been ranked third in the world for its Master of Science in Wealth Management programme in the 2015 Financial Times (FT) Global Masters in Finance post-experience ranking.

The university is ranked just after London Business School and University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School.

Nanyang Technological University moves up two spots to No. 40 in Nature journal’s global ranking of science papers

20 June 2015

Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has moved up two places to be ranked No. 40 in the latest Nature Index Global, a ranking of science research papers by Nature, one of the world’s most prestigious specialist research journals.

This makes NTU the highest-ranked Singapore institution on the Index ahead of National University of Singapore at 42nd, and the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star) at 107th.

The Nature Index is based on the number of high-quality science papers published in 68 highly reputable science journals between Jan 1 and Dec 31, 2014.

NTU cancels union orientation camp

20 June 2015

Plans to hold Nanyang Technological University’s (NTU’s) orientation camp this year were axed after safety measures were found to be “lacking”.

A statement from the NTU Student Union says “the organisers were found not to have adequately planned for the camp”.

Four students were rushed to hospital after suffering seizures during a Nanyang Business School orientation camp last year.

Singapore’s first international chess master in 10 years

Local chess players as young as six took part in two Asian tournaments that saw Singapore crown its first international master (IM) in over 10 years.

Tin Jingyao, 15, became the second youngest Singaporean to attain the open age IM title, one step lower than the highest rank of grand master.

Jingyao triumphed in the open under-20 division in the 16th Asean+ Age Group Chess Championships (AAG), achieving Singapore’s first individual gold in that age category.

Team Singapore came third in the overall medal tally with 11 gold medals, 11 silver and 22 bronze.