When my parents saw the pop-up booth for School Plus, they loved the kind staff, colourful mind maps and the reward system. Without hesitation, they decided to sign me up for Math classes. I was in primary 3 then, and I’ve stuck with School Plus till the day I graduated from my secondary school. I can genuinely say that I have no regrets in joining them.
“Only a few months after joining School Plus, my math grades jumped”
When I was in primary 3, I was always plagued by failures in Math time and time again. However, only a few months after joining School Plus, my math grades jumped up to a B and kept on improving from then on. In the end, I got an A in Math for my PSLE, but it never came as a surprise; thanks to the consistent As and Bs I got for my mock exams and prelims.
The lessons “gave me an edge among my classmates, allowing me to do better than ever before.”
When I enrolled in a secondary school, my seniors warned me about the huge gap in the Math standard between primary and secondary levels and advised me to be prepared for failure in the first few terms. However, the classes that I had beforehand braced me for that gap, and even gave me an edge among my classmates, allowing me to do better than ever before. School Plus kept me motivated to keep doing well in my Math. Even A Math never seemed too daunting, thanks to the guidance of my teacher, Mr Xavier, who would always make sure that I was at my peak performance. He always looked out for topics I lacked knowledge in and would have the patience to help me tackle the same questions over and over again. It’s because of him that I got A1s for both Math and A Math for my O Levels.
His teacher “always looked out for topics I lacked knowledge in”
Special thanks to Mr Xavier and all the teachers who helped me when I was in primary school! Thanks to Mr Neo too. Even though I was in his class for only a few months, I still managed to get my A in English. Thank you all so much! I couldn’t have done it without you all!
We are proud of Dylan’s accomplishments and believe he will move on to achieve greater heights. Find out how our other honours students revise for exams here.