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Young Learners, Big Leap

The 2023 academic year will lay demands on children – be it adapting to a new school environment, prepping for the national exams, or grappling with new subjects. 

Unparalleled in our track record, we equip your young learner with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to handle any challenge the new year will bring – both in the classroom and beyond.

 

 

 

Give your child the means to achieve new milestones in 2023 — starting with laying a solid foundation for the new year. 

Our Term 1 programmes will:

  • Reinforce what was covered in the past year so that your child is able to grasp the more advanced topics in 2023
  • Introduce your child to new topics that will be covered in the new academic year

Our proven Teaching and Learning Model is applied across all our programmes from preschool to junior college levels. Find a suitable programme for your child’s needs now.   

 

 

 

Young Learners, Big Leaps

The 2023 academic year will lay demands on children – be it adapting to a new school environment, prepping for the national exams, or grappling with new subjects. 

Unparalleled in our track record, we equip your young learner with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to handle any challenge the new year will bring – both in the classroom and beyond.

 

Lessons in Term 2 are designed to help your child pick up new content and subject-specific skills while reinforcing what’s already been covered in Term 1.

Whether it’s for a pop quiz or a major national exam, we equip our students with the content knowledge and answering techniques for exam excellence. 

Here is what your child can expect from our programmes:


 

 

 

Lessons in Term 2 are designed to help your child pick up new content and subject-specific skills while reinforcing what’s already been covered in Term 1.

Whether it’s for a pop quiz or a major national exam, we equip our students with the content knowledge and answering techniques for exam excellence. 

Here is what your child can expect from our programmes:

Give your child the means to achieve new milestones in 2023 — starting with laying a solid foundation for the new year. 

Our Term 1 programmes will:

  • Reinforce what was covered in the past year so that your child is able to grasp the more advanced topics in 2023
  • Introduce your child to new topics that will be covered in the new academic year

Our proven Teaching and Learning Model is applied across all our programmes from preschool to junior college levels. Find a suitable programme for your child’s needs now.   

 


 

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Term Dates

Term 1 - 2022

Wednesday, 8 December 2021 to Tuesday, 8 March 2022 (13 weeks)

Registration is open now.


 

Enrolment Incentives

Enrol in a new core programme today to enjoy: 

  • A 1-lesson waiver off Term 1 - 2023 fees

  • A 1-lesson waiver off Term 2 - 2023 fees

*Terms & conditions apply.

 

 

 

 

 

Term Dates

Term 1 - 2023

Wednesday, 14 December 2022 to Tuesday, 14 March 2023 (13 weeks) 

 

 

 


 

Lesson Formats

 
 

 

Lesson Formats

 


 

Regular Classes

Robust safe management measures have been put in place at all our centres so that we can create the safest learning environment possible.


 

Fully Online Classes

TLL Online is our range of programmes available for Primary 3 to Secondary 4 students. Unlike our regular classes which are held at our centres, the TLL Online classes are conducted fully online.

These classes are part of our core programme offerings, and will follow the same curriculum as our regular classes.

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Why Choose TLL?

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Conducive & Safe Learning Environment

Every aspect of The Learning Lab experience is designed to optimise learning while ensuring the utmost care for our students’ health and safety. 

Our 8 centres are outfitted with well-lit, thoughtfully designed classrooms that hint at a boardroom setting.

We have also implemented safety measures that align with the latest COVID-19 advisories from the authorities.

 


 

Passionate Educators

At The Learning Lab, we believe in empowering our teachers to be the best educators they can be. This means finding the most passionate individuals and then providing them with ample training, resources and support to do their jobs well, and upskill themselves.

Our teachers undergo more than 270 hours of in-house training annually on major components, microteaching and observation of classes. They learn TLL teaching strategies, MOE examination guidelines, lesson planning and marking training among other topics.

 


 

All-Encompassing Curriculum

Constantly refining and strengthening week after week, over 40 specialists research, write, edit and design new and refreshing lesson materials that captivate your child's imagination and interest.

More importantly, our lessons are designed to capture the most engaging themes and topics so that your child enjoys learning and learns to apply knowledge and skills beyond the classroom too.

 


 


 

 

 

A Programme for Every Level


Preschool Programmes

Nursery

Your child is about to take his or her first steps into the classroom. Nurture your young one and equip them with effective learning for the years to come.

Our programmes develop your child’s interest in learning through:

• the exploration of relatable topics and concepts
• fun, engaging and interactive games and activities 
• working on listening, hand-eye coordination and motor skills to develop social and communication skills in a classroom setting

 

Nursery 2 English
• Build pre-reading skills through introduction to letter recognition and letter sounds
• Build pre-writing skills through the tracing of letters

 

Nursery 2 Mathematics
• Build numeracy skills through one-to-one correspondence, number recognition and number penmanship
• Relate math concepts such as shapes and patterns, ordinal numbers and spatial sense to their daily experiences
• Learn through the use of interactive activities to reinforce and revise concepts in a fun way

 
Kindergarten 1

Your child deserves to learn in a systematic and structured manner.

Our programmes prepare your child for learning by:

• laying strong foundations in literacy and numeracy
• building classroom skills such as learning to take instructions effectively
• developing your child’s social skills in a classroom setting

Kindergarten 1 English
• Build pre-reading skills with a review of letter recognition and letter sounds

• Develop foundational reading skills through the introduction of sight words and middle vowel sounds

• Introduction to various text types such as weather reports and recipes to develop writing skills

Kindergarten 1 Mathematics
•Build counting skills through recognising and sequencing of numbers 
• Strengthen ability in addition within 20 using pictorial aids and number lines 
• Learn through the use of interactive activities to reinforce and revise concepts in a fun way

 
Kindergarten 2

Your child needs to have a strong foundation in literacy and numeracy in preparation for Primary 1.

Our programmes get your child ready for school by:

• introducing components and topics covered in primary school
• strengthening basic skills in each subject through targeted and manageable exercises
• developing classroom skills such as taking instructions effectively

Kindergarten 2 English
• Develop writing abilities through creative writing and sentence construction exercises with a focus on the 5Ws and 1H
• Strengthen reading skills through the introduction of blending consonants and vowels
• Master grammar through targeted modules on foundational grammar rules with a focus on nouns, verbs and pronouns

• Release of annual TLL Recommended Reads to introduce students to interesting age-appropriate books for their reading journey

Kindergarten 2 Mathematics
• Identify maths keywords through introduction to word problems
• Strengthen ability in addition and subtraction within 20 using pictorial aids, number lines and speed math strategies 
• Learn through the use of interactive activities to reinforce and revise concepts in a fun way

 

Lower Primary Programmes

Primary 1

Your child is about to take his or her first steps into formal schooling. Nurture the right knowledge, skills and dispositions for a successful learning journey through the subsequent years in primary school.

Our programmes prepare your child for primary school by:

• introducing new academic topics and question types
• building confidence and independence through short, manageable exercises

Primary 1 English
• Strengthen grammar through modules covering foundational grammar concepts (parts of speech, articles, simple tenses)

• Revise grammar rules with coloured re-usable cards focusing on singular and plural nouns

• Develop writing skills with focus on proper sentence construction, logical sequencing and literary techniques
• Build critical thinking and comprehension skills through practices on question analysis and phrasing of answers

• Release of annual TLL Recommended Reads to introduce students to interesting age-appropriate books for their reading journey

Primary 1 Mathematics
• Introduction to Primary 1 topics: Numbers to 100, Shapes and Patterns, Addition and Subtraction and Ordinal Numbers
• Development of metacognitive skills through common pitfall analysis
• Exposure to applied-learning components through a thematic revision booklet and check for understanding on concepts using P1 Concept Kit

 
Primary 2

Your child needs to further build on the basics learnt in Primary 1 and be exposed to exam skills to manage the non-weighted assessments such as topical reviews. 

Our programmes at the Primary 2 level include a good balance of content mastery and skill application.

Primary 2 English
• Develop speaking and communication skills through individual presentation exercises
• Strengthen composition writing skills through targeted composition workshops covering various topics
• Hone grammar skills through grammar modules on comparative adjectives, conjunctions and addressing common pitfalls

• Release of annual TLL Recommended Reads to introduce students to interesting age-appropriate books for their reading journey

Primary 2 Mathematics
• Introduction to Numbers to 1 000 and expand on P1 concepts in topics such as Addition and Subtraction and Length

• Mastery of heuristics such as using comparison models and working backwards to solve word problems involving multiple quantities

• Development of metacognitive skills through common pitfall analysis

• Exposure to applied-learning components through a thematic revision booklet and check for understanding on concepts using P2 Concept Kit

 
Primary 3

Your child is taking on a new subject at school this year. Having a solid foundation in Primary 3 is crucial for your child’s upper primary years.

Our programmes at the Primary 3 level include a good balance of content mastery and skill application.

Primary 3 English
• Introduction to PSLE question types in the comprehension component

• Strengthen writing skills with focus on constructing narratives according to a story curve

• Acquire, revise and apply complex grammar rules through grammar workshops and practices

• Release of annual TLL Recommended Reads to introduce students to interesting age-appropriate books for their reading journey

Primary 3 Mathematics

• Introduction to Numbers to 10 000 and expand on Primary 2 topics such as Addition and Subtraction, Money, Multiplication and Division (concepts are updated to the latest 2023 MOE syllabus)

• Hone problem-solving skills by mastering heuristics such as advanced model drawing

• Develop reasoning and higher-order thinking skills with GEP modules

• Develop examination and metacognitive skills such as time management and error analysis through practice tests, quizzes and common pitfall analysis

Primary 3 Science
• Introduction to the theme of Diversity and learn to classify plants, animals, fungi and bacteria through comprehensive notes, hands-on activities, experiment videos and interactive games 

• Expose to common question types such as questions that require students to recall, make observation and comparison, classify and explain with topic-specific keywords 

• Learn to break down and analyse information presented in tables, flowcharts and classification charts

• Release of coloured worksheets with animals and edible fruits that commonly appear in questions for students to familiarise themselves with them

Upper Primary Programmes

Primary 4

Your child needs to have a strong foundation across the different subjects to make good progress and eventually have a smoother transition into Primary 5.

Our programmes focus on refining component-based skills and critical thinking processes to help your child effectively apply knowledge to each question or exercise he or she tackles.

Primary 4 English
• Solidify reading skills with an introductory workshop on pronunciation, intonation, tone, volume and pace for the reading aloud component in the orals examination

• Build vocabulary skills with an intensive workshop on phrasal verbs which are often tested in vocabulary MCQ and cloze, as well as comprehension and grammar cloze passages in the PSLE

• Revise grammar rules with a special coloured document focusing on how to apply tense rules 

• Release of annual TLL Recommended Reads to introduce students to interesting age-appropriate books for their reading journey

Primary 4 Mathematics
• Introduction to Numbers to 100 000, Factors and Multiples and Rounding Off Numbers; extension of Primary 3 topics including Multiplication and Division and Fractions

• Enhance problem-solving skills by learning new heuristics such as advanced model drawing, branching and unitary method

• Revise and track progress of learning via concept maps and the Term 1 Revision quizzes book (mainstream classes only)

• Develop examination and metacognitive skills such as time management and error analysis through practice tests, quizzes and common pitfall analysis

Primary 4 Science (Mainstream)
• Introduction to new topics such as Matter and Light and learning through comprehensive notes, hands-on experiments, interactive animations and in-class games

• Sharpen answering techniques with a focus on tackling experiment-based and data-based open-ended questions / free response questions 

• Revise the topic of Diversity covered in P3 through topical test to strengthen knowledge and reinforce specific keywords needed to answer questions

• Release of Science learning kit on the topic on Light for students to explore experiments related to the topic and familiarise themselves with experiment apparatus that appear commonly in questions

Primary 4 Science (GEP)

• Introduction to new topics such as Matter and Heat and learning through comprehensive notes, hands-on experiments, interactive animations and in-class games

• Sharpen answering techniques with a focus on tackling experiment-based and data-based open-ended questions / free response questions 

• Develop experimental skills such as identifying variables, aims, results and conclusion of an experiment and skills on plotting of graphs

• Revise the topic of Classifying Materials covered in P3 through quiz and tutorials to strengthen knowledge and reinforce specific keywords needed to answer questions 

Primary 5

Your child’s transition into Primary 5 marks the beginning of his or her PSLE preparation.

Our programmes focus on identifying and filling foundational gaps and giving your child a better idea of the PSLE questions and formats to expect.

Primary 5 English
• Introduction to a new writing component, Situational Writing, which will be tested in the PSLE Paper 1

• Refine their cloze passage clue sourcing skills by reading and analysing more complex passages

• Introduction to TLL’s 3-Stage Composition Writing Model which includes pre-writing activities and scaffolded responses which allow students to practise what they have learnt

• Release of annual TLL Recommended Reads to introduce students to interesting age-appropriate books for their reading journey

Primary 5 Mathematics
• Introduction to Numbers to 10 000 000, Order of Operations and Area of Triangles; extension of Primary 4 topics including Whole Numbers and Fractions

• Transit from model drawing to more advanced heuristics such as unitary method and forming equations 

• Practise integrating the use of calculators to solve word problems in Paper 2

• Revise and track progress of learning via concept maps and the Term 1 Revision quizzes book (only mainstream classes) 

• Develop examination and metacognitive skills such as time management and error analysis through practice tests, quizzes and common pitfall analysis

Primary 5 Science (Mainstream)
• Introduction to new topics such as Cells and Water and Changes of State and learning through comprehensive notes, hands-on experiments, animations and in-class games 

• Hone and master answering techniques by tackling open-ended questions / free response questions 

• Strengthen knowledge in selected lower block topics such as Classifying Materials and Magnets through topical test and interactive quizzes

• Release of Science learning kit on the topic on Electrical System for students to explore experiments related to the topic and familiarise themselves with experiment apparatus that appear commonly in questions

Primary 5 Science (GEP)

• Introduction to new topics such as Cells and Electrical System and learning through comprehensive notes, hands-on experiments, animations and in-class games

• Hone and master answering techniques by tackling open-ended questions / free response questions 

• Strengthen knowledge in the lower block topic of Digestive system through revision quiz and topical test

• Release of Science learning kit on the topic on Electrical System for students to explore experiments related to the topic and familiarise themselves with experiment apparatus that appear commonly in questions

Primary 6

Your child has just under a year until the PSLE. Begin bridging gaps in understanding and sharpening exam skills to help your child peak at this major exam.

Our programmes place a strong emphasis on evaluative learning — students and their parents will receive close feedback on academic progress and areas of improvement.

Primary 6 English
• Build on vocabulary and literary techniques needed to develop realistic and interesting characters for composition writing

• Sharpen grammar and synthesis & transformation knowledge by reviewing rules previously learnt and attempting practice tests

• Strengthen students’ exam skills through the release of two PSLE 2022 Insights documents (Composition Writing and synthesis & transformation)

• Release of annual TLL Recommended Reads to introduce students to interesting age-appropriate books for their reading journey

Primary 6 Mathematics
• Introduction to Algebra; extension of Primary 5 topics including Percentage, Ratio, Fractions, Average, Number Patterns and Geometry 

• Learn to solve new types of word problems and master heuristics such as equation method and unitary method 

• Hone answering techniques and sharpen exam skills by tackling PSLE-standard questions in noteworthy exam questions handouts and practice tests

• Revise and reinforce learning of P4 to P6 topics via concept maps and revision handouts 

Primary 6 Science
• Introduction to new topics such as Forces and Sources of Energy with an emphasis on common pitfalls and answering techniques

• Learn to analyse questions in a systematically manner where information such as command words, data, experiment set-ups, diagrams in questions are accurately interpreted through the application of a question analysis framework 

• Reinforce key concepts such as hypothesis, control and fair test through dedicated handouts on experiment analysis 

• Release of Science learning kit on the topic on Forces for students to explore experiments related to the topic and familiarise themselves with experiment apparatus that appear commonly in questions

Secondary Programmes

Secondary 1

Your child is about to take his or her first steps into secondary school. Nurture the right knowledge, skills and dispositions for a successful learning journey through the subsequent years in secondary school.

Our programmes prepare your child for secondary school by:

• introducing new academic topics and question types

• building confidence and independence through weekly exercises

Secondary 1 English

• Be introduced to summary writing and learn how to identify points from the passage that answer the question

• Be introduced to literary analysis and focus on using STEAL to analyse characterisation

• Learn to conduct close reading of narrative passages to make logical inferences about characters’ actions and behaviour

• Use the WISE framework (Writing = Ideas, Structure & Expression) to develop vivid characters and an effective plot structure in narrative essays. Students learnt WISE in Primary School and this provides a smooth transition in terms of writing frameworks from Primary to Secondary. 

Secondary 1 Mathematics

• Introduction to new topics such as Algebra and Linear Equations

• Practise integrating the use of calculators to solve questions

• Review topics learnt through Error Analysis and Mid-Term Review to assist with the preparation of weighted assessments

Secondary 1 Science (Thematic or School-specific Classes)

• Acquire requisite knowledge, skills and dispositions for secondary science topics, such as General Science and Physical Properties, through comprehensive notes and tutorials

• Develop familiarity with common question types and topic-specific keywords

• Cultivate an interest in secondary science through interactive games, such as a virtual escape room for Light and Colour, and develop practical skills through experimental videos and physical experiments, such as a hands-on activity for Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

Secondary 2

Your child needs a strong foundation in each subject in order to advance to more complex concepts in the upper secondary levels.

Secondary 2 English (IP or ‘O’ Level)

• Sharpen reading comprehension skills to manage questions that require inferences about the use of language

• Learn to use literary devices (e.g. juxtaposition and hyperbole, imagery) to enhance effectiveness of writing

• Build paraphrasing skills for summary writing through the introduction of new techniques such as generalising facts and numbers and explanation

Secondary 2 Mathematics

• Introduction to new topics such as Quadratic Equations and Graphs of Quadratic Equations

• Learn to incorporate algebra into solutions and to explore alternative ways of solving challenging questions

• Review topics learnt through Error Analysis and Mid-Term Review to assist with the preparation of weighted assessments

Secondary 2 Science (Thematic or School-specific Classes)

• Develop critical reasoning skills to manage more complex question types for topics such as Energy, and Formulae and Equation Writing

• Practise and master answering techniques involving data analysis, as well as for experiment-based and application questions

• Build practical skills through physical experiments, such as a hands-on activity to investigate Energy, experimental videos or simulations, such as a simulation to identify the criminal in Transport in Humans 

Secondary 3

Your child will need a deep understanding of content knowledge and how to apply it in order to excel in upper secondary.

Secondary 3 English (IP, IB, ‘O’ Level)

• Exposure to current affairs and world events to build content knowledge and personal perspectives in each topic

• Sharpen reading comprehension skills to hone the skills of sourcing for clues  

• Use literary devices to enhance effectiveness of writing (e.g. evoke emotions in readers)

• Accurately source for summary points in trickier summary passages and refine paraphrasing skills for more complex points.

Secondary 3 Mathematics (‘O’ Level)

• Dive in-depth into topics that require prior knowledge of lower secondary mathematics topics.

• Introduction of new topics in the Algebra strand, namely Indices, Linear Inequalities and Quadratic Equations and Functions.

• Review topics learnt through Error Analysis and Mid-Term Review to assist with the preparation of weighted assessments

Secondary 3 Additional Mathematics (IP and ‘O’ Level)

• Introduction of new topics in the Algebra strand, namely Non-Linear Simultaneous Equations, Quadratic Functions, Equations and Inequalities, Surds, Polynomials and Partial Fractions

• Strengthen grasp of answering techniques to manage and apply longer and more complicated formulae in the abovementioned topics

• Review topics learnt through Error Analysis and Mid-Term Review to assist with the preparation of weighted assessments 

Secondary 3 Science (Pure Sciences – IP and ‘O’ Level)

Split by fields of Science, our Secondary 3 Science programmes will build your child’s skills and knowledge in each pure Science.

Biology

• Learn how to manage longer answers by building upon relevant answering techniques from lower secondary Biology topics such as Cells, Biological Molecules and Nutrition in Humans

• Develop skills in analysis of experimental set-ups and drawing appropriate conclusions

• Enhance interest in Biology through activities or games, such as an Ecology game

Chemistry

• Deep-dive into topics that build on prior knowledge of lower secondary Chemistry topics such as Methods of Purification and Analysis, Kinetic Particle Theory and Atomic Structure

• Develop skills in analysis of experimental set-ups and drawing appropriate conclusions

• Enhance interest in Chemistry through activities or games, such as a ball-and-stick model building activity for Chemical Bonding and a virtual escape room game for Mole Concept

Physics

• Receive comprehensive introduction to new topics such as Kinematics and Dynamics

• Build upon and refine question analysis and answering techniques learnt in lower secondary Physics

• Develop skills in analysis of experimental set-ups and drawing appropriate conclusions, as well as deepen interest in Physics through experiments or activities, such as Thermal Physics and Light hands-on activities

Secondary 4

Your child will soon be sitting for the GCE ‘O’ Levels, or be learning more advanced concepts in Year 4 of the Integrated Programme.

Give your child the right support to excel in this crucial year.

Secondary 4 English (IP, IB or ‘O’ Level)

• Exposure to more complex passages across various topics to build personal perspectives and form more sophisticated inferences

• Hone summary writing and comprehension skills by consolidating a range of techniques to apply selectively based on question requirements

• (O level only) Build the skills needed to tackle newly introduced components based on the revised O level exam syllabus from 2023 onwards (e.g. Oral Planned Response Question, Visual Text Comprehension) 

Secondary 4 Additional Mathematics (IP or ‘O’ Level)

• In-depth review of a challenging past-year topic, Trigonometry

• Introduction to Differentiation and its Applications, a new topic in Calculus through comprehensive notes and practices

• Review topics learnt through Error Analysis and Mid-Term Review to assist with the preparation of weighted assessments

Secondary 4 Mathematics (‘O’ Level)

• Dive in-depth into topics that require prior knowledge of lower secondary mathematics topics such as Probability and Statistical Data Analysis

• Introduction to two new topics, namely Sets and Matrices, through comprehensive notes and practices

• Review topics learnt through Error Analysis and Mid-Term Review to assist with the preparation of weighted assessments

Secondary 4 Science (Pure Sciences – IP and ‘O’ Level)

Split by fields of Science, our Secondary 4 Science programmes will help your child make meaningful progress both in terms of conceptual understanding as well as skill refinement.

Biology

• Introduction to new topics such as Cell Division and Molecular Genetics through comprehensive notes and tutorials

• Review and refine answering techniques through rigorous topical tests and term test practices

• Boost confidence in question analysis through exposure to various application questions

Chemistry

• Introduction to Electrolysis through comprehensive notes and tutorials  • Review topics that are previously covered and sharpen answering techniques through thematic and term test practices  

• Boost confidence in question analysis through exposure to various application questions  

Physics

• Receive comprehensive introduction to a new topic, Static Electricity, and deep-dive into topics that build on prior knowledge of lower secondary Physics, such as Current of Electricity

• Review topics and practise as well as refine answering techniques through topical tests

• Boost confidence in question analysis through exposure to various application questions

 

Junior College Programmes

Junior College 1

Your child will be expected to manage the vast jump between secondary school curricula and the GCE ‘A’ level syllabus. 

Our programmes will equip your child with relevant content knowledge skills to build a strong foundation in JC1 or Year 5 of the Integrated Programme.

Junior College 1 General Paper

• Introduction to the requirements of the General Paper

• Develop writing, question analysis and argumentative skills in essay questions and structuring cogent and cohesive arguments

• Develop content knowledge by exploring recent case studies through a series of content packs on ageing, work and other social issues, including Singapore case studies

Junior College 1 H2 Mathematics

• Focus on statistical components such as Graphs, Equations and Inequalities, and Functions

• Practise integrating the use of graphic calculator to solve and check for answers

• Learn and hone answering techniques through short topical quizzes and commonly-tested exam questions

Junior College 2

 Your child will soon be sitting for the GCE 'A' Levels. 

Our programmes focus on helping your child hone critical exam techniques, strengthen content knowledge and build confidence in preparation for the GCE ‘A’ Level exams.

Junior College 2 General Paper

• Learn to evaluate authors’ arguments and lines of reasoning presented in written texts

• Sharpen key exam skills such as question analysis and time management through practice tests in simulated exam conditions

• Develop content by exploring recent case studies through a series of content packs on ageing, work and other social issues, including Singapore case studies

Junior College 2 H2 Mathematics

• Focus on statistical components such as Binomial Distribution, Permutation and Combination Functions

• Sharpen answering techniques through practice tests with an emphasis on the use of graphic calculator to solve questions

• Learn to identify question trends and marking criteria through commonly-tested exam questions

 

 

 

 

 

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1.         This promotion is only valid for new students or existing students enrolling in a new core programme.

           i.         Not valid for readmission students.

         ii.         New students refer to students who have not previously enrolled in The Learning Lab’s core programmes, or have withdrawn from The Learning Lab’s core programmes for more than two (2) terms.

2.         This promotion is only available from 3 January 2023 to 29 January 2023. Student must begin lessons by 7 February 2023 to be eligible for this promotion.

3.         Registration and payment for The Learning Lab’s core programmes must be completed for household to be eligible for this promotion.

4.         Enrolment of core programmes is done on a termly basis and no midterm withdrawals are allowed.

           i.         Core programmes refer to termly programmes that are available in English, Math and Science for Nursery 2 to Junior College 2.

5.         Student must remain enrolled in Term 2 – 2023 to be eligible for the Term 2 – 2023 lesson fee waiver.

6.         This promotion cannot be stacked with other ongoing promotions.

7.         The Learning Lab reserves all rights to make changes to any of their programmes and promotions, and may, at its discretion, amend timings, availability, venues, content and teachers according to programme priorities and client needs.

8.         The Learning Lab reserves all rights to make any amendments to the above Terms and Conditions without prior notice and will not be held liable for any damages that may incur from these amendments.


 


 

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Terms and conditions 

  1. This promotion is available for the first 500 sign-ups for a new core programme.
  2. The promotion campaign period is from Thursday, 24 March to Tuesday, 19 April. Students must begin lessons in the new programme by Tuesday, 19 April to be eligible for this promotion.
  3. This promotion is only valid for students enrolling in a new core programme.
    1. Not valid for students who withdrew from the same programme within the 2022 TLL academic year.
  4. Registration and payment for the new programme must be completed for household to be eligible for this promotion. 
    1. All new sign-ups that wish to enjoy the Welcome Back promotion would be required to pay the fees for Term 2 and 3 together.
  5. Enrolment of core programmes is done on a termly basis and no midterm withdrawals are allowed.
    1. Core programmes refer to termly programmes that are available in English, Math and Science for Nursery 2 to Junior College 2.
  6. Student must remain enrolled in Term 3 – 2022 and Term 4 – 2022 to be eligible for the promotion.
  7. “Existing Students” are defined as students who have paid for and are attending classes for at least one core programme.
  8. The lesson fee waivers in this promotion will be applied in the termly invoices in the following manner:
  1. This promotion cannot be used in conjunction with other promotions, discounts or vouchers.
  2. The Learning Lab reserves all rights to make changes to any of their programmes and promotions, and may, at its discretion, amend timings, availability, venues, content and teachers according to programme priorities and client needs.
  3. The Learning Lab reserves all rights to make any amendments to the above Terms and Conditions without prior notice and will not be held liable for any damages that may incur from these amendments.