To the caring parent
Dear Concerned Parent
You may have reached this website because you are worried about your child’s humanities scores as these scores are compulsory in the computation of your child’s points for Junior College and University entry.
Is your child disheartened with LOW scores for humanities?
Is your child making the best efforts but NOT getting results?
Is your child NOT having the discipline to self-study for the subject?
Why do parents and students trust us year after year?
Over the last 10 years, we have helped more than 900 students boost their grades up by 2-3 grade bands.
Let our caring and concerned teachers help your child achieve more.
Proven track record
For something as varied and subjective as Source Based Questions for Social Studies, is it possible to score A grades? The answer is a resounding YES! It can be done. In fact, ALL our students in the Combined Humanities class scored As in 2015 and based on past record, 75% of our students achieve As, beating the National Average of 28% distinction for Combined Humanities. Students who closely follow our tried and tested methodologies and effective answering techniques can surely do so much better.
The Proven Method to Improve
at least 1 grade or pass Social Studies/History within a short time frame of 3 – 6 months!
The SAT (Skills Analysis Template)
is taught by Inspire Education Centre’s O Level Social Studies / History Specialist – Mr Ho
I am Mr Ho, the teacher at INSPIRE who formulated the SAT method to scoring well in Social Studies and History. I have a Bachelor of Arts from NUS (English Language & Sociology) and have been teaching Social Studies, History, General Paper and Literature for the last 11 years.
1) My students beat the National Average of 28% distinction for Combined Humanities
As and Bs are the norm for my students. Some years I get an entire class scoring As eg. 2015, or at least 75% achieve As, save for a few students who went from F9 to C6 (they had never passed combined humanities before joining my classes).
2) I have over 11 years of experience teaching hundreds of students English and Humanities
By following my advice and study methods, my students have been able to further their studies in university (be it in Medicine, Engineering or Arts and Social Sciences).
A Parent’s Thank You Note
Subject: O Level English – A1 / Combined Humanities (Social Studies) – A2
I am writing to sincerely thank you for guiding my son, Heng Sheng, through this tough O level period. I am glad to tell you that he has scored relatively very well for both his English and Combined Humanities, and could not have done so without your help. He scored A1 for English and A2 for Combined Humanities (Social Studies).
I have come to know that you specially took the time to individually mark his home work and personally give him tips on how his work could be improved on. This has aided him in his studies tremendously, and is a good practice for a teacher to go beyond his time to coach students. Thank You.
Lee Chin Siong
Parent of Lee Heng Sheng ~ Lee Heng Sheng, Nan Hua High School (Now in Raffles Institution)
Comments from INSPIRE’s Combined Humanities Students Scoring Successfully …
~Ou Weicong, Victoria Secondary School
(Note: Weicong joined classes only in September – 1 month before O levels!)
I am grateful for having joined Inspire and the vast improvement within a short timeframe of just 4 months!
~Fred Tun Lin Win, Beatty Secondary School
Class Rate: $360 (4 lessons x 1.5 hours)
Fees per course are collected on a monthly basis and no deposit is required. New students are to pay for the 1st four lessons. No refunds and cancellation of class is allowed.
Social Studies + History or Geography
Sec 3 Sat 1.30pm – 3pm – Various Schools – Online – Available
Sec 4 Sat 12.00pm – 1.30pm – Various Schools – Centre/Online – Available
What is the number of students per class?
There is no cap to the number of students per class for online classes. The number of students per class may vary at the discretion of the Centre.
For physical classes, the maximum per class depends on the size of the classroom used. We may split the class up if the number of students reaches a certain size to ensure that our tutor is able to deliver optimum results.
Are there any trial lessons?
No trial lessons are offered since the founding of the Centre since 2007. Furthermore, our tutors already have a proven track record and the fluctuation in students per class can be very disruptive to the Centre’s operations and class dynamics.
What is the minimum commitment?
The minimum commitment is four lessons. Most of our students continue with our lessons after the first four classes. Fees are payable for the first four lessons and students will be billed on a monthly basis after that. Fees will be pro-rated for months that have five weeks.
INSPIRE EDUCATION CENTRE
50 East Coast Road #02-46, Roxy Square 1, Singapore 428769, Tel: 6345 3147, SMS/WhatsApp: 8699 5629
MRT and bus services to our centre
- Nearest MRT stations: Paya Lebar, Eunos, Dakota
- Opposite Parkway Parade Bus Stop 92041: 15, 31, 36, 43, 48, 134, 135, 196, 197, 541, 966, 853*(weekend only)
- Roxy Square Bus Stop 92119 : 10, 12, 14, 32, 40
Directions to our centre
– From East Coast Road
Walk into Roxy Square 1 shopping centre next to The Flow Mall. Take the escalators located outside to reach the 2nd floor. Keep walking straight until you see a large staircase on your right, we are located next to the staircase.
– From Marine Parade Road / Parkway Parade:
Walk into Roxy Square 2 shopping centre next to Grand Mercure Roxy Hotel. Take the first escalator you see on your right to the 2nd floor. Turn left and keep walking straight until you find a small staircase on the right that connects to Roxy Square 1. Continue walking straight, we are located on the left row next to a large staircase.