Singapore Math Tuition

Maths Tuition

Mr Wu is a patient and dedicated Maths tutor with more than 10 years of Mathematics tutoring experience. He specializes in Upper Secondary (A Maths/E Maths) Maths tuition and Junior College (H1/H2/H3) Maths tuition.

Credentials: RI alumnus, NUS 1st Class Honours in Mathematics

Taught Maths Tuition to students from: RI, NJC, ACJC, MGS, NYGH and more. (Math Tuition Testimonials)

SMS/WhatsApp: 98348087


In Singapore, Maths tuition is highly popular as Maths is one of the key subjects in the syllabus. Starting from PSLE Maths at the primary level, E Maths/A Maths/IP Maths at the secondary level, and finally H1/H2/H3 Maths at the Junior College Level. A strong foundation in mathematics is crucial for moving up the next level. An experienced Math tutor will be able to guide the student to master the concepts and techniques needed to do well in Mathematics at each stage.

A key difficulty students face is that most schools (especially top schools like IP schools) test at a significantly higher difficulty than what the teachers teach. To be precise, the teachers teach at a basic level, but the test/exam questions are comparatively much more difficult. This means that students usually cannot just rely on what the teachers teach to do well in exams. They will need to either supplement their knowledge with assessment books/ test papers and self-practice, or Maths Tuition.

SMS/WhatsApp: 98348087


Our Maths Tuition is Exam Oriented, and focuses on strategies to do well in the exam. We will also inspire the student to be interested in Maths, which is a long-term approach to improve their mathematical understanding and interest for mathematics. Our Maths Tutor is patient, dedicated and has over 10 years experience of tutoring.

Subjects for tuition:

  • A level: JC Maths Tuition (H1 Maths/H2 Maths/H3 Maths)
  • O level: Elementary Maths Tuition (E Maths), Additional Maths Tuition (A Maths)

Math Tuition Singapore

Mr Wu has taught students from many schools, including:

  • RI (Raffles Institution)
  • HCI (Hwa Chong Institution)
  • ACS(I) (Anglo Chinese School (Independent))
  • MGS (Methodist Girls’ School)
  • SCGS (Singapore Chinese Girls’ School)
  • Clementi Town Secondary School
  • St. Gabriel’s Secondary School
  • JJC (Jurong Junior College)
  • MI (Millennia Institute)


Mr Wu is fluent in English and Chinese (Mandarin). Lessons are usually conducted in English.

Maths Tuition at West Singapore

Currently, Mr Wu teaches in West Singapore, for instance Bukit Batok, Clementi, Jurong East.

35 Responses to Singapore Math Tuition

  1. Kathy says:

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  2. Kevin M-C says:

    Thank you very much for visiting, and I love your website! It is always nice to see dedicated tutors who help make subjects such as mathematics easier to understand.

    Singapore has a great education system, and it is so nice to see all of you further math education. I enjoy reading your proofs. It reminds me of all of my work from my university studies!

    Good luck on your blog! -Kevin

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  3. Yong Qiang says:

    Hi mathtuition88,
    I chanced upon your blog from a google search and i found it really resourceful. Just like you, im pursuing a math degree in NUS soon, however im quite skeptical about the practicality of Math in the real world. Sources say that data modelling and financial analyst are among some of the real-world applications but how true are they? I hope you can share with me what gave you the impetus to pursue Math and how practical are they.

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    • Hi Yong Qiang, thanks for visiting my blog. Math is really practical, especially in this modern age. Some applications of math are cryptography, image processing, data analysis, in addition to your valid points on modeling and financial analysis. Math related jobs have consistently been ranked the best jobs in America, you can try googling “best job mathematician”. Good luck for your future endeavors and do pursue your passion.


      • tomcircle says:

        Our top 2 politicians are math graduates: The President Dr. Tony Tan (Bachelor in Math, Malaya University) and the Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong (Cambridge Math Tripo ‘2nd Wrangler’ ie Top in 1st class honors).

        Math is used in IT like Google search algorithm (Linear Algebra), Big Data Analytics (Algebraic Topology), Encryption (RSA Prime Number), Economy, Finance, Actuary Science, Medicine, etc.

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  4. Oh my God! I have a migraine now, this is how horrible I’m with math. After reading your blog, I feel like a tiny aunt just about to be squashed by giant Gods like you guys. So this is to tell you how honored I feel by your presence on my blog. lol
    Thanks for visiting!

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  6. Thanks a lot for the blog. I have a P1 girl whose hobby is to do assessment books but doesn’t like reading story books. She has completed P2 assessment books and doing P3 assessment books. With advises from her school principal, I decided not to let her progress with assessment books and I am really lost as to what to do with her. I shall try out the books that you recommended.

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    Math is awesome. Best wishes for your blog.

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  22. Singapore has a great education system, and it is so nice to see all of you further math education. I enjoy reading your proofs. It reminds me of all of my work from my university studies!

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  23. Ryan says:

    Hey Mr Wu, I had AAA/CBA for A levels. C for h1 physics. The bell curve for h1 physics was very steep since it was a very easy paper. I always scored above average for physics in a top school and my prelim grade for physics was 66. Unfortunately I ran a fever during the paper.

    Do you suggest I appeal ? Were there any success cases ? Is it likely that my grade may be lower ?

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    • Hi, you may check with your physics form teacher for better advice. Based on my limited experience, I did not hear of any success cases of appeal before. Usually they will just recount the marks for appeal, to my understanding. Congrats for your overall good grades.

      Liked by 1 person

  24. Chris says:

    I wish that when I was learning maths I had inspiration like your blog. I hated maths at school and I hated the dry way in which it was taught even more

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