H2 Maths Tuition by Ex-RI, NUS 1st Class Honours (Mathematics)

Junior College H2 Maths Tuition

About Tutor (Mr Wu): https://mathtuition88.com/singapore-math-tutor/
– Raffles Alumni
– NUS 1st Class Honours in Mathematics

Experience: More than 10 years experience, has taught students from RJC, NJC, ACJC and many other JCs.

Personality: Friendly, patient and good at explaining complicated concepts in a simple manner

Email: mathtuition88@gmail.com

Areas teaching (West / Central Singapore):

  • Clementi
  • Jurong East
  • Buona Vista
  • West Coast
  • Dover
  • Central Areas like Bishan/Toa Payoh/Marymount (near MRT)

Author: mathtuition88

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4 thoughts on “H2 Maths Tuition by Ex-RI, NUS 1st Class Honours (Mathematics)”

  1. Mr Wu, what’s the point of doing mathematics in NUS when I heard 20% of the cohort are Chinese scholars who are more advantaged in terms of intellectual prowess and mental maturity ?

    I’m for sure no genius like you who can compete with these scholars and attain 1st class honours at the end of the day.

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    1. I also mean that the china scholars probably are very hardworking too and done much more convoluted and a wider repertoire of math questions owing to their more gruelling math education system in mainland china

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      1. I suppose it is the same (or similar) competitiveness in all high ranked universities. Don’t view it solely as a competition, there are some advantages too in the sense that you can learn from each other to improve.


    2. Hi, don’t view it as a all-or-nothing approach when it comes to 1st class honours. It is good to have it as a goal, but even if you fall short, a 2nd upper class honours will still be impressive to employers from government and private sectors. At the end of the day, employers view a 2nd upper class from a good highly ranked university better than a 1st class from a low rank (or not recognized) university.


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