We reinforce the skills students need to take on the PSLE for P6, strengthening key points like grammar and synthesis. By recapping past lessons and showing them how to consolidate their abilities, we get them ready for each component in the PSLE papers.
We cover every aspect of the MOE’s P6 Chinese syllabus and employ a marking scheme aligned with the PSLE format at this level. Students are guided through revision and practice that improves their understanding and application of the language.
Exam-oriented revision and heuristics application train kids for more complex problems like those in the PSLE. Aspire Hub tutors also provide mock papers based on past-year papers so that students can grow accustomed to mental challenges and tests.
Mr Darius Tan coaches primary and lower secondary students in Science at NEX. He graduated from Nanyang Technological University with a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
He has 10 years of teaching experience and has also conducted academic programmes in many other schools, often in Science and for the Mathematical Olympiad.
He uses interesting concepts and scenarios to help students remember lessons more easily. An open and engaging teacher, he also tailors his teaching methods based on each student’s learning ability so no pupils get left behind.
Ms Lin Ming Huey teaches English Language for primary and secondary levels as well as English Literature for secondary levels. She strives to ensure that her students not only have good foundations in the language but actually see the beauty of it as well.
She has coached students from all walks of life for nearly two decades, which gives her a wealth of experience. She has a Bachelor of Arts with Merit in English Literature and Psychology from NUS.
P6 is a crucial year for students. Our coaches support them through the year while helping them achieve their desired grades, ultimately getting them into the secondary school of their choice.
See what our students had to say about our tuition and their results in the PSLE for 2021.
Aspire Hub does not only focus on one’s weak points but also their strengths.
Aspire Hub helped me focus better and allowed me to improve step by step. I used to be weak in phrasing my answer but after about 4 lessons I was able to phrase my answers better and
I saw an improvement in myself.
The upcoming lessons made me more confident. PSLE soon came and I was able to get AL 1 for it despite it being a bit hard.
I used to get inconsistent grades in Mathematics. Since joining Coach Ruo Xuan's class, I have become more confident handling tough questions.
Through her patience and guidance, I was able to have a better understanding of the different mathematical concepts and techniques. Her simple and engaging approach in teaching kept me motivated to learn and improve. I would like to thank her for helping me in my PSLE journey.
My Chinese had not been the best since Primary 4. I am very happy with my decision to join Aspire Hub and I am delighted with my results, especially with the guidance and teachings from Teacher Hou.
He is a very patient teacher, explaining in detail when I am in doubt of certain phrases and words. Much thanks to Mr Hou, I was able to obtain AL3 for my Chinese during PSLE in just 6 months.
Over the months that Ms Ku has taught me, she has been very patient and understanding towards teaching me Math.
She is a great teacher and would always make sure that I understood a question no matter the countless times she had to repeat herself.
My math has improved greatly through Ms Ku's teaching with my grades consistently getting better.
Before coming to Aspire Hub, my Chinese was extremely poor. But the coaches here helped me improve, answering my questions and pointing out my mistakes, and explaining clearly what I did wrong [to help] me improve.
The Maths worksheets had many challenging questions but my coach helped me learn how to answer them.
It was very useful for the PSLE.
When I was doing my own revision, I also came across familiar questions and knew how to answer them.
The worksheets were challenging and allowed me to practise problem solving. Unlike test papers, the worksheets are like a compilation of the trickiest and toughest questions.