What are the memories that you cherish during school days? For me, it’s definitely tuition time! Guess what’s the reason?
It’s because I can only see guys during tuition hahahaha!!! Oh yeah, I studied in a girls’ school if you haven’t know :p
Besides, I also like the funny jokes that my tutors tell us. Why can’t teachers in schools have a good sense of humor? I telling them some funny jokes will definitely wake them up from sleepiness and get their attention.
I only started to go tuition during Form 3 though, just 2-3 months before PMR so that I know what kind of questions tuition centres spotted. Luckily enough, I managed to score 7As for my PMR! I continued to take tuition classes until Form 5 because studying in Science stream is tough, especially Additional Mathematics subject! The first time I failed my test was during the first time I sat for Additional Mathematics! In fact, 2/3 of my class failed that test. After that test, things started to improve. Well, I guess tuition really helps 😉
Recently, I came across an interesting site called HomeTuitionJob.com that lets parents and students to find tutors based on matching criteria Tutors can also easily submit their details there so that they can find jobs easier within his.her vicinity. No matter you’re looking for primary school, secondary school, IGCSE, O-Level or A-Level tutor, HomeTuitionJob can help you because they have a large database collection of tutors!
|Find tutor via HomeTuitionJob.com|
|Find tutoring jobs via HomeTuitionJob.com|
|Anti-racism message when setting up tutor’s profile|
What I really love about this site is that they spread anti-racism message by promoting Russell Peter’s stand up comedy touching about racism. He’s hilarious! Don’t forget to play it 🙂
Anyway, I think that they should also include this video in ‘Find Tutor’ section too because it’s important that parents and students focus on choosing a quality tutor instead of their race. I still remember the funny Indian tutor who teaches me English! Who cares about race? We’re all the same! 🙂