09 Nov Daphne Tan
I am self-motivated and was not forced to come for tuition. In fact, I was the one who convinced my mom to allow me to go for tuition after doing badly in J1 term. I’m attending lessons as I find it easier to understand PMC notes compared to my school’s. E.g. for sequences and series, I don’t refer to my school notes and just revise the few pages of notes that the revision packages contain, and I find it sufficient. I like the digital lessons because I need not replace the lesson within the week itself and I can do it when I have the time instead of trying to make it on time for the make-up classes. I joined PMC in J1 term 2 and I think the timing I joined was just right. I think some students in PMC are naturally quite smart but also most are naturally self-motivated and disciplined to learn. Tuition fees at PMC are indeed not cheap especially since PMC is a class-based tuition instead of individual.