Almost all students attending our Sec and IP Physics classes are attending our Chemistry tuition in PMC! What attracts them here? Our Chemistry tutors go through several months of training before they can take on classes. So rest assured that our tutors are top-notch and of quality!
Fret not about clarifying doubts, PMC has Mr Jacob who is approachable and explains all your questions clearly. He helms the Secondary Chemistry and teaches with details. Mr Jacob is well-equipped in more than just Chemistry! We can let you have a sneak preview of Mr Jacob’s teaching.
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Apart from our cosy-sized group tuitions, we have 1-to-1 gold class private lessons and digital membership – a programme you can choose to attend if you prefer studying at your own time and pace! We know Chemistry has lots of interesting topics and a whole periodic table. Our programmes are similar in the sense that we don’t make you memorise, we train your application and problem solving.
Everyone learns and grasps the subjects differently. You can be a visual learner but know a friend who is an audio learner. Well, now that all of us are here at PMC, our tutors plan and teach their lesson in a way that every type of learners go home with new takeaways or enlightenment of the topic taught.
Chemistry is a tad bit similar to Math. One topic can help answer another and they go hand-in-hand at times. Certain topics a lower secondary Chemistry student should master is Kinetic Particle Theory, Chemical Equation, Mole concepts etc. Many questions revolve around the periodic table too!
Some topics that work in tandem
You can start by analysing the questions properly, highlight the keywords or suggestive and directive words like “define”, “explain” and “describe”. Explaining and describing are two different things and it could be misleading if you understand it wrongly. When a question asks you to explain, they likely want you to use the relevant concepts to back up your observations, whereas describing requires you to use results or observations. Identifying keywords could help you know what topic the question is testing you on!
While PMC grows in demand, our result maintains batches after batches of students. This year (2020), we have more than 90% of our students getting distinction. Unimpressed? Some of them even topped their level for this particular subject. We also applaud the students for working hard throughout the year with PMC.
Our tutors do not have differing teaching styles. Rest assured that our worksheets are prepared, reviewed thoroughly and updated by the tutors for our community of 1000 students. PMC plan our structured lessons carefully with majority of the students’ needs in mind.
From The Straits Times to The Smart Local, PMC is recommended by reputable news sources and dubbed as a premium school in Singapore that specialises in JC physics tuition, IP, secondary Physics tuition and Math tuition. We even garnered 3000+ genuine reviews from our past students who have improved or maintained their exceptional grades with us.
Have younger siblings taking science lessons in PMC. Do you know that the demonstrations in class, lower secondary science textbooks and the whole curriculum are prepared by our upper secondary tutors? Hence, you will receive the best chemistry notes in Singapore, I am sure!!
In this lesson, our S4 Chemistry tutor goes through some MCQ question on energy changes using graphs and comparisons.
Our S4 Chemistry tutor uses diagrams and graphs to go through the difference between exothermic and endothermic reactions.
Our S3 Chemistry tutor goes through the arrangements and movements of particles in solid, liquid and gaseous states.
In this lesson, our S3 Chemistry tutor explains the electronic configuration, number of protons and neutrons, and relative atomic mass of some elements in the periodic table.
Our S4 Chemistry tutor goes through the factors that affect speed of reaction like pressure and particle size.
In this lesson, our S3 Chemistry tutor explains how one of the separation techniques – paper chromatography – works.