Calvin Kong Physics Tuition Classes 


General Information

Equipped with a Physics Lab, our Physics Tuition Centre is one of the few that prepares students well for both the theory and practical component of the examinations.

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Regular Class

The weekly regular classes are recommended for students who

  1. want to stretch their capacity and competency in the subject,

  2. seek to benefit from a highly efficient academic programme that delivers large amount of content knowledge and skills within a short time,

  3. are not benefiting enough from their curriculum programme in their own schools, and

  4. want to enjoy learning Physics!

The classes are aimed to help students achieve higher competency and confidence in the 2 Key Assessment Objectives stated by Cambridge International Examinations (O Level):

  1. Knowledge with Understanding

  2. Handling Information and Solving Problems

In these classes, students will be

  1. guided through every single learning objectives (LO) listed by Cambridge International Examinations (O and A Level),

  2. learning the key concepts for each topic through carefully selected examples,

  3. given time to apply what they have learnt through attempting carefully selected examination questions that covers all LOs (MCQs from Paper 1, Structured and Free Response Questions from Paper 2)

  4. given a wide range of materials that suits their personal learning style, and most importantly,

  5. guided to become a more effective and independent learner.

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Intensive Revision Class (IRC)

Each year, a series of Intensive Revision Classes (IRC) will be held during March, June and November/December holidays. These classes are recommended for students who

  1. have not learn the topics in the weekly regular classes (e.g. students who just joined the centre) and/or

  2. need to rebuild their foundation to tackle higher order thinking questions that differentiates the A and B students.

The classes are aimed to help students achieve higher competency and confidence in the 2 Key Assessment Objectives stated by Cambridge International Examinations (O Level):

  1. Knowledge with Understanding

  2. Handling Information and Solving Problems

In these classes, students will be

  1. guided through every learning objectives (LO) listed by Cambridge International Examinations (O and A Level),

  2. learning the key concepts for each topic through carefully selected examples,

  3. given time to apply what they have learnt through attempting carefully selected examination questions that covers all LOs (MCQs from Paper 1, Structured and Free Response Questions from Paper 2)

  4. given a wide range of materials that suits their personal learning style, and most importantly,

  5. guided to become a more effective and independent learner.

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Practical Workshops

These classes are recommended for students who

  1. needs more hands-on practice with lab equipment, especially in cases where they do not have sufficient practices in their own schools, and

  2. are not familiar with the specific skill sets required to do well in the practical examination paper.

The workshop aims to help students:

  1. gain greater confidence in conducting physics experiments, which is an essential skill to do well in the practical examination paper (20% weightage), and

  2. practice on other aspects of the practical examination such as graphing and data analysis.

In these workshops, students will

  1. attempt selected experiments that hone crucial skills required for each theme of the syllabus,

  2. be guided closely by tutors during the whole experience.

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Head-start Class (Sec/IP 2 going to Sec/IP 3)

These classes are recommended for students who

  1. wants to gain a strong foundation in the subject which will be useful in going through the upcoming school term smoothly.

The class aims to help students:

  1. gain greater confidence in the subject through mastering the essential basic concepts and mathematical skills

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As every learner is unique, an effective curriculum is one that differentiates teaching to cater to the broad spectrum of students, monitors their progress closely, and provides timely feedback.
— Calvin Kong