09 Nov Teo Wei Jie
I am extremely self-motivated and the reason why I signed up for tuition is because I felt I was lacking behind my peers in school due to my slower speed of learning and I felt that tuition is necessary for me to keep up with them. The notes that PMC provide are well organised and contains essential information about the individual topics which allows me to quickly recall important concepts just with a few flips. What I like the most about the centre is the fact that the tutors always engage every single student in the class by giving every student a chance to answer a question to ensure that every student is keeping up with the lesson and are not zoning out. I joined PMC at the start of secondary 4 and if given a chance, I would definitely join earlier as if I did, I would have an easier time in secondary 4 as I am generally weaker in my secondary 3 topics and took quite some time to catch up on them in secondary 4. I think the high distinction rate in the PMC is most definitely not because the students are naturally smart but because most students are motivated and with motivation and the well-planned lessons in PMC, students are able to make the most out of each lesson and as such, are likely to score a distinction in the O Levels. Even though the tuition fees are not cheap at the PMC, I honestly feel that it is worth the fees due to the conducive environment provided at the centre and the well-planned lesson packages.