Anyone use 'My Home Tutor Educational Series'

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Anyone use 'My Home Tutor Educational Series'

Postby toba » Wed Sep 29, 2010 11:23 am

Need your advise. Anyone use 'My Home Tutor Educational Series' for your kid. Is it a good investment?

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Re: Anyone use 'My Home Tutor Educational Series'

Postby crystal8135 » Sat Oct 02, 2010 11:47 am

toba wrote:Need your advise. Anyone use 'My Home Tutor Educational Series' for your kid. Is it a good investment?


hi, i bought my home tutor P6 ENG and Tough Mth for my daughter, think mth is quite useful.

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Re: Anyone use 'My Home Tutor Educational Series'

Postby MoonFlower » Tue Oct 05, 2010 4:02 pm

crystal8135 wrote:
toba wrote:Need your advise. Anyone use 'My Home Tutor Educational Series' for your kid. Is it a good investment?


hi, i bought my home tutor P6 ENG and Tough Mth for my daughter, think mth is quite useful.


I just brought 2 Challenging Maths as they are not cheap. You can wait till they have promotion probably end of the yr when they have Popular Sales at Suntech or so.

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Re: Anyone use 'My Home Tutor Educational Series'

Postby N.Lo » Tue Oct 05, 2010 4:23 pm

toba wrote:Need your advise. Anyone use 'My Home Tutor Educational Series' for your kid. Is it a good investment?
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I find it useful, it is worth buying to try but it also depends on how often you use it with your child, if you do it once in a while then not so useful.

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Postby KingRascal » Tue Oct 05, 2010 5:19 pm

I only tried their math programme so my comments are restricted to only this subject. I first started with Challenging Math. It was from this set that both my DS and I learnt all about heuristic process. It was a great help for self-learning. Because we both like this mode of learning, we next invested in the P2 math syllabus. He does not attend any math tuition and we decide to do self-learning at home. It has been very useful and I learn all about model drawing which is being introduced in P2. I'd continue with this mode of learning until such time when he needs a different type of coaching.

However i must say that, like any assessment books, there could be errors. I once spotted a mistake. :-) but the mistake is within my tolerance range and i would carry on with the P3 math syllabus next year.

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Postby Mum Is Here » Wed Oct 06, 2010 6:03 pm

I bought "my home tutor" - "Tough Math Series ie Vol 1 - 3" and "Ace You Composition - Vol 1 - 3" for S who is taking PSLE this year. If you are interested to buy these 2 series as secondhand, please drop me a note. Thanks. :lol:

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Postby toba » Thu Oct 07, 2010 9:32 am

Thanks for the info. My kid is going to P1 next year so very stress as should I buy that educational series... still consider.

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MyHome tutor Tough Math series

Postby ena » Sun Apr 10, 2011 2:05 pm

Hi, I am interested to buy used MyHome Tutor Tough Math series. Anyone selling, plse contact me at 81680165. Thanks

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