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Mindstretcher - Discussion

Discussions on tuition centres/enrichment services that provides training on multiple subjects.

Postby 24hr-mum » Tue Dec 14, 2010 7:00 pm

ya, got to push them to copy
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hmm

Postby jerlyn » Mon Dec 20, 2010 8:39 pm

anyone attended bukit panjang branch was it good?
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Re: hmm

Postby mummy of 3 » Tue Dec 21, 2010 7:47 am

jerlyn wrote:anyone attended bukit panjang branch was it good?

It was a new centre since Nov 2010.
So i think not much comment 1st. :roll:
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Mindstretcher at west side

Postby ksunflower » Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:24 pm

Hi,

If you are to decide only 1 MS centre in the west (location is not a deciding factor) based on structure of program and quality of teachers, which one will you vote for:

a. Bukit Batok
b. Choa Chu Kang
c. Clementi
d. Yew Tee
e. Jurong

Please state the reason why you choose the above.

:idea:
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Postby KSP » Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:33 pm

Any feedback on Mindstretcher's GEP prep class? I called them up recently and the fee is $280 for 4 lessons for 1 subject (Eng or Maths). If sign up both Eng and Maths that will be $500. Anyone has tried?
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Re: Mindstretcher at west side

Postby mummy of 3 » Fri Jan 14, 2011 8:00 am

ksunflower wrote:Hi,

If you are to decide only 1 MS centre in the west (location is not a deciding factor) based on structure of program and quality of teachers, which one will you vote for:

a. Bukit Batok
b. Choa Chu Kang
c. Clementi
d. Yew Tee
e. Jurong

Please state the reason why you choose the above.

:idea:

I had chose Yew Tee even i stay at Teban Gardens that is near Jurong East.
I like the environment there and of coz when DD1 is in the class, mummy can go shopping...
Hehehe :lol:
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Any comment on Mind Strectcher - Math

Postby Leoleo18 » Sun Jan 16, 2011 11:19 pm

Hi

Anyone who has experience with Mind Strectcher?

My boy is in P1 this Year, I have placed with with Kumon for the past 2 months... I realised that Kumon method doesn't suit him and he find bored doing the worksheets. So I intend to look for another Math tution/enrichment class before he Hates this subject.

Please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! : :?
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Postby keltong » Wed Jan 19, 2011 11:23 am

Just signed my K1 boy for the phonics class in MS. Main reason is it's walking distance so even if I am not around it's easy for my wife to bring him there. Hopefully not too late to start him. Will be getting him into Tien Tsia next door too.
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any feedback for mindstretcher bishan br, science classes

Postby 24hr-mum » Wed Jan 19, 2011 11:47 pm

any feedback on mindstretcher bishan br, p3 sci, mon class?
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HELP! Which Mind Stretcher branch is BEST?

Postby AgonyMum » Mon Jan 24, 2011 4:17 pm

Hihi,can mummies who have sent their children to Mind Stretcher let me know which branch is the best for the English and Math program? Have heard that there is a lot of difference in the so-called standard of teaching in the various centres.
While I understand that this is inevitable,I would like to know which centre is considered generally better by more mummies here.In particular,Woodlands,Yew Tee,Yishun,Sembawng and Toa Payah centres etc etc.

I also understand that there are Achiever and High Achiever classes,any mummies have children in their Achiever classes? Are they any good?I am quite sure my child will not be able to pass their screening test for high Achiever class :( So only considering their normal Achiever progs.

Please,please kindly comment if you have anything to share about this centre.REALLY APPRECIATE it as I am unsure whether to put my P2 child there.THANKS A ZILLION!!
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