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By: lostinmaths (offline)  Saturday, April 13 2013 @ 10:55 AM CDT (Read 864 times)  
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Recently I came across an advertisement in Locanto, stating that the trainers can provide soultions to trackle P5/6 questions that even smart students can't score?
I was supposed to deposit about $30+ into a certain account.
I doubt it's credibility and afraid that it was a scam.
Like to know the opinions of this forum users.
Is there other workshop that are reliable and I can attend to help my kids.
Thanks
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By: echeewh (offline)  Saturday, April 13 2013 @ 09:31 PM CDT  
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Dear parent and/or child <lostinmaths>,

Afraid I cant comment about Locanto.

However, if you can refer to my post (dated Apr 9, 2013) in Forums --> Miscellaneous Related --> Education Classified , you can probably decide for yourself and your children.

Workshop , to me, is a short-term kind of activity and it may not be as good as tuition unless the child can or is able to grasp all the methods n skills within that short space of time. These days Maths requires process and thinking skills; hence, it may take some learning curve for a child to develop such techniques. Workshop is or can be an introductory course or enrichment program that will gradually lead to consistent learning in the form of tuition.

If you are concerned about a scam there, it always pays to visit the centre and see for yourself. At Aspire Hub Education, we do offer 1-hour free trial in order to have a short assessment of a child.

Over in Aspire Hub Education, we do have such workshops (from P2 - P6) and remedial classes in the June holidays.

In addition, we provide

(a) own designed curriculum that helps a child to learn the various methods n skills in Primary Maths (to solve most of the challenging problem sums in all levels);

(b) small group tuition (max size 6 - 8) to ensure personal effectiveness;

(c) full-time qualified coaches;

(d) make-up lessons in the event of child's CCA or inability to come for regular lesson;

(e) flexibility in the sense that a child can come in for more than 1 lesson a week when necessary;

Thank you and best regards,
Coach Edward

Aspire Hub Education @ Nex
Tel: 66342412 / 2413

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