Feedback on Miss Loi

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Feedback on Miss Loi

Postby mumto2 » Fri Nov 11, 2011 9:39 am

Due to the distance, I'm now contemplating of whether to send my dd all the way to Novena to be taught under Miss Loi or as recommended, go to Mr Max Tan (ex-HCI Maths HOD) at True Learning Centre, JE.

Any feedback on Miss Loi's classes? Her classes are not cheap though...$75 per lesson for 2 hours. Worth the effort and time travelling all the way there since we live in the west?

Any inputs? tks in advance!

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Re: Feedback on Miss Loi

Postby kitty2 » Fri Nov 11, 2011 3:35 pm

mumto2 wrote:Due to the distance, I'm now contemplating of whether to send my dd all the way to Novena to be taught under Miss Loi or as recommended, go to Mr Max Tan (ex-HCI Maths HOD) at True Learning Centre, JE.

Any feedback on Miss Loi's classes? Her classes are not cheap though...$75 per lesson for 2 hours. Worth the effort and time travelling all the way there since we live in the west?

Any inputs? tks in advance!



My friend's kid was with her and she did well in her Maths.She's an IP kid though.

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Re: Feedback on Miss Loi

Postby verykiasu2010 » Fri Nov 11, 2011 3:37 pm

kitty2 wrote:
mumto2 wrote:Due to the distance, I'm now contemplating of whether to send my dd all the way to Novena to be taught under Miss Loi or as recommended, go to Mr Max Tan (ex-HCI Maths HOD) at True Learning Centre, JE.

Any feedback on Miss Loi's classes? Her classes are not cheap though...$75 per lesson for 2 hours. Worth the effort and time travelling all the way there since we live in the west?

Any inputs? tks in advance!



My friend's kid was with her and she did well in her Maths.She's an IP kid though.


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Re: Feedback on Miss Loi

Postby iamamummy » Sun Nov 27, 2011 10:45 pm

She is good! One of the top 5 super tutors featured on newspapers!

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Re: Feedback on Miss Loi

Postby Yoke » Sun Dec 11, 2011 10:20 pm

Mr Max Tan from True Learning is very good. The rates are also reasonable. My daughter is under him for math. But I think some of his classes are full.

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Re: Feedback on Miss Loi

Postby jenny lee » Mon Jun 04, 2012 10:47 pm

Yoke wrote:Mr Max Tan from True Learning is very good. The rates are also reasonable. My daughter is under him for math. But I think some of his classes are full.


Totally agree :rahrah: Mr Max Tan is one of the best math tutors. My girl has greatly benefitted from his teaching. Anyone has any recommendations for A-level chemistry tuition? Thanks in advance!

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Re: Feedback on Miss Loi

Postby nono81 » Thu Jun 28, 2012 2:22 am

Think she conducts tuition such a way that your child will be given worksheets to do there together with other students from different schools or different levels. if it is a new topic or you have problem, you can ask her and she will tutor you.Otherwise child just sits there and does her or his own work. It is a unique teaching style, depends on your child 's learning style. Please correct me if I am wrong, as my niece was her student and I got this info from her.

You can even pay her to do your child 's homework and she can even imitates your child's handwritting. I must say that is a unique service too! Got this info from her website.

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Re: Feedback on Miss Loi

Postby rubydoll » Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:33 am

I agree with nono81. Her class will be more benefit for kids who are little bit self motivated in their studies. My son didn't benefit from her tution.

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Re: Feedback on Miss Loi

Postby rubydoll » Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:33 am

I agree with nono81. Her class will be more benefit for kids who are little bit self motivated in their studies. My son didn't benefit from her tution.

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Re: Feedback on Miss Loi

Postby KSP » Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:45 am

I can see Mr Max Tan (ex-HCI Maths HOD) at True Learning Centre website.

But who is Miss Loi ? And which level are they good at Pri, Sec or JC?

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