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Secure Full Marks in Section B Workshop

My first workshop was over just 3 days ago last week, on 9 February 2018.

Although it wasn't my first time conducting workshops for parents and students, I felt slight butterflies in my stomach because it's my first PURE ACADEMIC Workshop workshop with parents and I have to treat the parents like students and demand a 101% from them too!

It was a great start.

Grateful to have added value once again, in not just the academics, but also providing a chance for parents to observe their child when learning in a class. For parents, some mentioned that they are impressed by the way their child answers me during the workshop.

Here's what they receive! 

On left: Free "Secure Full Marks for booklet B" Book - WORTH $25
Includes: 10 page guide to secure full marks for booklet B
3 Prelim papers + step-by-step written solutions/tips
1 set of MOCK PSLE PAPER (booklet A & B)  challenge - Set in-house.
Rated by students -->Difficulty level: 9/10

Right: Activity book in workshop with notes creation experience. 

2 last slots! Only $50 for 1 parent + child
(Pay for less than 1 restaurant meal, but value of 3 restaurant meals) 

More testimonials from the second workshop - 13th Feb :) 


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