Founded by Irwin, an-ex MOE teacher who studied in Oxford University, London School of Economics (LSE) & Raffles Institution (RI), Irwin’s Study is a unique tuition centre specializing in O & A-Level classes. The subjects we teach are General Paper (GP), English, Maths, Chemistry, Physics & Economics. Call us at 6789-2426 to find out more about our classes and timings!
We specialize in ‘O’ & ‘A’ Level subjects, from Sec 3 to JC 2 levels. Subjects includes General Paper, English, Maths, Economics, Chemistry and Physics …
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Need a boost for your Promos, Prelims or A-Levels?
Irwin’s Study will be running special JC tuition classes this Sep holiday week (8 – 12 Sep) for JC Maths.
These intensive lessons will be tailored to meet your learning needs, and here are the individual modules:
MA01: Inequalities & Graphing Techniques
MA02: Differentiation Techniques & Applications
MA03: Integration Techniques & Applications
MA04: Maclaurin Series & Small Angle Approximations
MA05: Differential Equations & Applications
MA06: Vectors: Basic, Lines, Planes, 3D Geometry
MA07: Complex Numbers: Complex Algebra, Loci, Argand Diagram
MA08: Permutation & Combination, Probability
MA09: Binomial & Poisson Distribution
MA10: Normal Distribution: Approximations, Sampling, Central Limit
MA11: Hypothesis Testing
MA12: Correlation & Regression
You can choose any number of modules that you need extra help in. Each module lesson is 2 hours long, and will be held on every weekday morning during the Sep holiday week.
Do call us at 6789-2426 to find out more and sign up today!Read More
Cambridge students were asked in an exam to write about a poem which included no words, just punctuation. How would you go about making sense of it, asks Jon Kelly in this interesting short article from BBC News.
Makes one wonder whether this is ingenious or just pretentious? Or do we just not get it? =PRead More