Trial Class

Trial Class

 

Q1: What are the differences between a trial class an a 1 – 1 assessment?
A: They serve the same objective of assessing an applicant’s proficiency level. However, if a trial class is not available for some reason, we may propose a 1 – 1 assessment instead.

 

Q2: Do you offer trial class?
A: Yes we do. Each applicant can opt to participate in the following programmes in the form of a trial class to experience how is learning like in AYE:

  1. JC2 / Private Candidate H1 Group Programme
  2. JC2 / Private Candidate H2 Group Programme
  3. JC1 H2 Group Programme
  4. November Holiday Revision Programme

 

Q3: Is the trial class free of charge?
A: Yes it is. We are committed to keeping this FOC (U.P: $120) to all applicants who need our help. That being said, we will have to cease this as soon as our classes are filled. Thus please note that this session is on a first come first serve basis.

 

Q4: How many times can I utilise the trial class?
A: Each applicant may experience our trial class for a maximum of once. 

 

Q5: Is parent participation necessary for the trial class?
A: We recommend one of your parents to drop by after the class for 15 minutes to have a quick review of your performance and meet the tutor directly

 

Q6: Why is parent participation highly recommend?
A: No amount of tuition will work without the insight and support of parents. Hence, this trial class will also be used to find out more about the child’s character and learning attitude from the parents’ perspective. Lastly, this is an excellent opportunity for parents to interact with the tutor in charge who is coaching you / your child.

 

Q7: What do I need to bring along if I decide to participate in the trial class?
A: Our enrolment team will inform you upon receiving your application form.

 

Q8: If I would like to skip the trial class, can I pay and register on the spot?
A: Yes you can. Please inform your enrolment in charge you wish to register directly and schedule a date to collect your welcome package which includes your lecture booklet and learning management system access from the centre.