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Sruthi Saravanan

Sruthi Saravanan

I joined Physics cafe workshop in June when I was J1 and thought that their lessons were effective and made me understand the important concepts for each topic in a short period of time. I could do more questions and understand what I’m doing instead of blindly applying the formulas and hoping to get the right answers. I decided to join Physics cafe’s regular lessons in J2 and I’m glad I chose Physics cafe and not any other tuition centre. The materials given by PMC are useful and the notes are concise compared to school notes. I always read them before my exams, the notes have all the formulas I need to know for each topic and there is a list of definitions at the end too. The regular lessons cover important concepts for each topic in a short period of time and they give us challenging questions to do during lessons for each topic timed and thanks to that, I take shorter time to complete my MCQs than I did last year. They also teach a lot of shortcuts and faster ways to approach each question since A levels are more about how well you manage your time rather than your knowledge. The teachers in Physics cafe are really nice. When you don’t understand something during the lesson, they take the time to revisit certain concepts to make it easier for us to understand. They also cover common misconceptions students have when doing questions and advise us on how to avoid them when we are feeling panicked during exams. They also teach us several methods to approach each question so that we can choose the method that is easier for us to understand. Hot chocolate in Physics cafe is amazing also. You must try it at least once if you ever join Physics cafe. I highly encourage anyone struggling with H2 physics to join Physics cafe if they can afford it 🙂

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