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Singapore’s education requires primary school students to start studying science once they hit primary 3. At the tender age of just 9 years old, learning about magnetism and photosynthesis isn’t exactly as straightforward as the ABCs. In actuality, primary-level Science is easily one of the most challenging subjects for students to understand. Edu Aid understands the difficulties that primary school students have to go through during their elementary course of study. This is precisely why we are one of the few tuition agencies who make it a point connect you with private tutors who are verified in terms of both qualifications and skill set.
A tutor with a piece of paper isn’t necessarily a good tutor. Edu Aid realises this and bridges the gap between struggling students and results-oriented private tutors who go the extra mile to help your child grasp a comprehensive understanding over primary school Science. Fill up our “Request A Tutor” form now and get your child a primary school science private tutor today!
Unfortunately for most students, Science is a compulsory subject at the primary level. There’s no doubt that it’s going to be a path filled with obstacles, but that’s what makes the role of a private tutor even more vital for your child. Edu Aid is a reputable tuition agency for highly qualified science tutors who can help primary school students ease their way through the examinations, all the way up to their PSLEs. Students at that age are also still in the process of maturing, and it’s likely that most would give up before even trying. It’s effortless attempts like these that end up getting the best of primary school students, which is why they fall even deeper into the abyss of tumbling grades.
Well, here’s another thing about Edu Aid’s private tutors; they go the distance to break down the syllabus into bite-sized pieces, making it easier for primary school students to understand. This applies especially to concepts and theories that are practically alien to children at that age. It’s through this process of constant explanation and reaffirmation that students begin to feel a greater sense of confidence in their knowledge and themselves; that’s where the route to academic success begins.
Our private tutors are always keeping up with the latest syllabus, so that they can teach the appropriate topics and ensure your child learns what he needs to score better. They’re also able to provide examination tips and spot recurring questions from past examinations. This method has aided numerous primary school students to make drastic improvements in their primary school Science.
Let’s not forget that primary school is getting increasingly difficult by the year. Singapore’s only natural resource is its hardworking citizens, so this constant escalation in standards is simply inevitable. The only workaround here is to get your child the help that he needs, such as a private science tutor. It’s also no help that primary school Science is nothing like English or Mother Tongue. Languages are so much easier at that level. Students are able to practice through daily conversations and not just in the classroom alone. Science, on the contrary, is a subject that primary school students tend to avoid like the plague. The worst part is that they could actually avoid studying it completely if they really wanted to. After all, it’s much easier to put down a textbook than to pick it up.
There are a few other exemplary scenarios where primary school students struggle with Science. Students are often easily distracted at that age. It’s not always entirely their fault though. Unlike us adults during the good ol’ days of childhood, they have access to cool technology, awesome gadgets, and limitless avenues of entertainment. The last thing on their mind would be to brush up on their Science. Apart from that, there’s also a portion of students who genuinely want to learn and score better but are simply unable to comprehend and interpret the confusing concepts of Science. The good news here is that these types of students are almost guaranteed to do better in examinations. As long as a student’s attitude is in the right place, their efforts will translate into satisfactory grades.
If you feel that your child is in either of the scenarios mentioned above, do not fret. A private tutor can have your child do better than before and making astounding progress. We have access to a large pool of qualified and verified tutors who specialise in primary school science. The only issue you’re going to run into is deciding who’s going to be the best fit. Private tutors are also a lot more flexible in terms of teaching schedules and teaching methods, allowing them to tailor their teaching styles to their students personalities. Tuition centres, on the other hand, are known to be rigid in both these departments. If you want a place where you can put your child just so you know where his whereabouts, send him to a tuition centre; or better yet, send him to a daycare. But if you want to genuinely help your child succeed in his educational journey, then send him to Edu Aid.
We cannot emphasise enough on the passion that Edu Aid’s private tutors have for teaching primary school students. There is no tuition agency in Singapore that prides themselves as much as we do when it comes to educating. But this is no longer about us; it’s all about your child and what your next step is going to be. The future of your child is in your hands, and as a parent, it’s only natural that you want the best for him. Blindly placing your faith into an unknown tuition agency is definitely out of the question, but that’s not the case in this scenario. Edu Aid is a renowned and reputable tuition agency in Singapore, and we exist to bring quality tuition to primary school students across the country in all subjects, including science. In other words, we are here to meet your needs. All you need to do is fill up our “Request A Tutor” form and we’ll take care of everything else. Well then, are you ready to give your child the boost that he needs to achieve?