1. THE ‘ONE SIZE FITS ALL’ APPROACH

Most tuition centres are fixated with the idea of classroom teaching. In this sense, students are taught with a One-Size-Fits-All approach which is similar to the type of learning seen in schools. This makes it difficult to identify and address relevant weaknesses students might have which then hinders any possible improvement they could make as there is an assumption that all students face similar difficulties and challenges.

1. THE ‘ONE SIZE FITS ALL’ APPROACH

Most tuition centres are fixated with the idea of classroom teaching. In this sense, students are taught with a One-Size-Fits-All approach which is similar to the type of learning seen in schools. This makes it difficult to identify and address relevant weaknesses students might have which then hinders any possible improvement they could make as there is an assumption that all students face similar difficulties and challenges.