WEMT Course (Year 3 to 6)
WEMT stands for Writing, English, Maths and Thinking Skills. It is a comprehensive course to build a strong foundation for students’ success in their future exam.
Providing most efficient skills of organising the structure of the writing. Focus on developing critical thinking and reasoning skills.
Encourage constant interaction between the student and teacher when reading and answering the questions. Provide learning which focuses on reading skills and practicing reading comprehension & language convention questions.
Essential tuition to completely understand mathematical theories, principle and formulas to solve mathematical problems. Organised materials with a variety of practical questions. Allocate groups of students with similar levels to provide a more efficient and customised learning.
A variety of challenging problem-solving and critical thinking skills questions are covered in the course. Students build their ability to use knowledge, facts and data to find a problem and its solution. Critical thinking questions will improve their ability to reason through an argument logically and make a conclusion or to assess a situation, recognise assumptions and evaluate arguments.
Selective Trial Test Course (STTC)
The Selective Trial Test Course is practical course that is essential in preparation for the Selective High School Placement Test.
Why does your child need our STTC?
The Selective Trial Test Course (STTC) will help your child to manage his/her time efficiently, minimise carelessness and overcome examination nerves. Students not only complete the tests, but difficult questions and incorrect answers are corrected and explained to the students by teachers/tutors. Students are taught how to perform to the best of their abilities.
What benefits will your child have?
Trial Test Course increases students’ accuracy.
Trial Test Course increases students’ speed.
Through practising exam questions every week, students’ results and abilities improve.
Weekly result sheets indicate a student’s weak areas, giving immediate feedback to parents about which fields the student should concentrate on.
Students’ performance and progress are assessed accurately on a weekly basis.
More than 4,000 selective exam-style questions are available for students under exam conditions. The most relevant and accurate types of questions are developed by our group of professionals in accordance with recent trends and feedback from teachers and our top achieving students. Annually, more than 30% of the questions are updated to ensure they appropriately support students’ preparation for the exam.
Our Special Strategies of STTC
Master Thinking Skills
Advanced Skills and work
Minimising disadvantages in English
Practice makes perfect
Opportunity Class Trial Test Course
The OC Trial Test Course helps students make real progress and build confidence for success in their OC Placement Test.
The OCTTC has been shown to be a significant factor in ensuring success in the Opportunity Class Placement Test. This course is unique in that it allows students to practise exam style questions under exam conditions. While the answer sheets are being marked, teachers review the entire test paper with particular focus on difficult questions. Each question is explained thoroughly, step-by-step. Students receive their individual results at the end of the session as a record of their performance.
The OCTTC will help your child to manage his or her time efficiently, minimise errors, overcome examination nervous and perform at his or her optimum level under examination conditions.
What are the benefits to your child?
The OCTTC increases accuracy and can help to minimise errors.
The OCTTC increases the speed of answering questions.
Actual tests require students to answer 35 questions in 30 minutes for part 1 and another 35 questions in 30 minutes for part 2.
By practising exam questions every week, results and competence steadily improve.
Weekly result sheets indicate each student’s strengths and weaknesses, giving immediate feedback to parents about those areas on which their child should focus.
Student performance and progress is assessed accurately on a weekly basis.