English / GP Tuition - Knowledge Mill any experience?

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English / GP Tuition - Knowledge Mill any experience?

Postby Relaxed » Tue Sep 10, 2013 8:09 pm

My boys have been going to a very well-known (and even notorious) enrichment centre. But many teachers leaving. Need to find alternative. Heard ex-teacher left to start, called Knowledge Mill. Anyone got experience? Is it as atas as the other one? Gorgor is in JC1 and Didi is in Sec 3.

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Re: English / GP Tuition - Knowledge Mill any experience?

Postby mamypoko » Fri Sep 13, 2013 12:12 am

My daughter is with Knowledge Mill now. It's run by Mr Casey Leong who used to be with Learning Lab. My daughter was with him from Sec 1 till JC1 there. When he left to start Knowledge Mill, my daughter also quit Learning Lab because she said she didn't want other teachers. She didn't even want to go for replacement with other teachers. She always has a lot to say about Mr Leong's lessons. Whenever she comes home, she talks about all the things that happened in class. She finds it very fun so the good thing is I don't need to force her to go to tuition. I am happy she switched to Knowledge Mill because it is right in Orchard so it's very convenient. The only bad point is that parking is quite troublesome at International Building so nowadays she mainly takes the MRT. The website is www.knowledge-mill.com but I don't think there's much info there. Best to call to find out more.

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Re: English / GP Tuition - Knowledge Mill any experience?

Postby Relaxed » Fri Sep 13, 2013 8:13 pm

Thanks for info. My eldest seems keen to go there 'cos his friends are also keen. Just hope it's not just fun.

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Re: English / GP Tuition - Knowledge Mill any experience?

Postby mamypoko » Sun Sep 15, 2013 7:08 pm

No problem. I am also focused on the academic side of it. From what I see, my girl has really benefitted. Her grades have shown an improvement. Previously, she didn't enjoy reading the newspapers. Now, because she wants to participate actively in the class discussions, she really puts in the effort to expanding her general knowledge. The notes that are given are also very helpful and thorough.

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