JC Econs Tuition

Dear Parents and Students,

 

My name is Jeffrey, Chief Educator at Ace Your Econs (AYE). If you’re reading this, I assume you need help to score well for your Econs exams. And I can promise you this: You won’t find a more qualified and results-driven Econs tutor anywhere else. Here’s why…

 

Before starting Ace Your Econs, I was a seasoned commercial banker in two internationally known banks. During my stint there, I worked closely with the MAS (Monetary Authority of Singapore) and many other reputable financial institutions and learnt a lot about how policy makers apply economics policies in real life. 

 

In my spare time over a period of ten years, I put my real-world knowledge of economics to use by helping JC and Poly students with their Economics, not to mention that I’ve also did extremely well for my Economics during my tertiary days.

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Honestly, at the time, I was not that keen on being a tutor due to the stresses of my day job. I was only teaching to help out some family friends and colleagues’ children.

 

However, I soon began to slowly but surely fall in love with educating. Especially when I saw the difference I made to my students’ Econs results.

 

There is one specific student’s life whom I’ve transformed which stuck to me till this very day:

 

Shermin

 

Shermin from AJC got in touch with me sometime around July in 2016, 4 months prior to ‘A’ levels and was applying for my Financial Aid Scheme (FAS).

 

At that point of time, our H2 group programmes were very packed and my intake of FAS students were already at my quota. However, I was thinking real hard – should I give this young woman a chance to excel in her A level Econs? Or should I deprive her from enrolment and enrol a full paying student on my waiting list? To be honest, I don’t make a single cent enrolling FAS students. I can barely break even with the 80% subsidy I provide to them.

 

However, her email application for my FAS programme was very sincere and she seemed to be really in need of help and she submitted all her income documents promptly. I was thinking: “Okay, since you are so ‘on-the-ball’ , I will at least give you a chance for an interview.”

 

During her interview, Shermin was very enthusiastic about studies and had a clear goal of what she wanted to pursue in University – English Literature. What is stopping her from achieving this was her persistent ‘U’ grades in Econs and she cannot relate to her school teachings at all. What further moved me was also because she wanted to pursue school teaching after completing her E.Lit degree to change more students lives and be an inspiration to her students too. And most importantly, she was humble throughout the interview and did not have the ‘entitlement’ mindset that since she was from a humble background, she is ‘entitled’ to being help.

 

Based on these merits, I had enrolled her into our programme and made her promise that she will not skip nor be late for any of her lessons. True enough, she kept to her side of promise and worked doubly hard, even harder than those normal full paying students as she clearly knew that such opportunities do not come by every day.

 

She managed to score a ‘B’ for her Econs (according to her, she did not finished a 15 mark question and I am still quite ‘mad’ about this haha as she clearly had the calibre of scoring an ‘A’ like her rest of programme mates) but she was very grateful as she was finally able to pursue her dream of studying E.Lit in NTU. Finally as it turns out, she also applied for our internship programme and is currently learning as an intern with AYE.

 

And I realised that it wasn’t only Shermin’s life I was changing. I was paving futures and making pipe dreams become reality for the rest of my other JC students too. Being a commercial banker paid extremely well, but it just did not give me the personal satisfaction of being a life-changing educator. So I took the unconventional route – I quit my high-paying job 4 years ago, took a huge-pay cut and ventured into my passion by starting AYE and offering JC Econs Tuition.

 

The media has featured me as a result of:

 

  • outstanding contributions to help NSF private candidates to Ace their Econs in their second try while serving the nation;
  •  sheer ‘obsession’ with my students’ successes;
  • exclusive money back guarantee programmes that no other centres are doing!

 

CyberPioneer March 2017:

Tutor with a heart

 

TODAY newspaper:

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Parent’s Guide Asia:

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Today, AYE has helped hundreds of students ace their Econs exams:

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Being one of the hardest subjects in JC/Poly, my decade long of tutoring experience as well as experience being a commercial banker allows me to simplify real world economics concepts into easily applicable knowledge. Compared to many other traditional way of “textbook teaching”, it’s definitely a much more effective way to learn and Ace Your Econs exam.

 

I sincerely looking forward to make a difference with your child’s / your life and grades together.

 

Best Regards,

Mr Jeffrey Teo