### Tuition

Schedule **.**

July 2017

Schedule

July 2017

03:30 P.M. | 05:30 P.M. | 07:30 P.M. | |
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Monday | English P5 English | Maths P6 Science | A’ Maths Sec 4 English |

Tuesday | English P6 English | English Sec 3/4 Biology | Physics Sec 4 Chemistry |

Wednesday | English P5 Maths | English P6 English | A’ Maths Sec 4 A’ Maths |

Thursday | Maths P4 Science | Science P6 Maths | E’ Maths Sec 4 Chemistry |

Friday | Maths P6 Science | Maths P5 English | E’ Maths P4 Maths |

11:30 A.M. | 01:30 P.M. | 03:30 P.M. | 05:30 P.M. | 07:30 P.M. | |
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Saturday | Maths Sec 4 E’ Maths | Maths Sec 3 E’ Maths | Maths Sec 3 A’ Maths | Maths Sec 4 A’ Maths | Science Sec 4 Physics |

Sunday | E’ Maths Sec 4 Physics | Chemistry Sec 4 E’ Maths | English Sec 4 A’ Maths | Science Sec 4 Physics | Maths Sec 3 Physics |

PSLE

**Key Lesson Topics:**

Lessons are aimed at helping students understand how to interpret fractions in the context of a mathematical problem, then solving them using various methods such as division, multiplication, adding and subtraction. The course also covers the elusive world of percentages with a simple method to easily convert between decimals, fractions and percentages, and real world application problems involving discounts, GST, and interest rates.

**Key Features:**

- Division of proper fraction by integers, or another fraction
- Manipulating a fraction or mixed number to their advantage before conducting mathematical operations
- Solving word problems involving fractions, decimals and percentages at almost twice the speed
- Assigning appropriate units to each quantity in comparison when given a fraction
- Expressing a portion of a whole as a percentage
- Converting fractions and decimals to percentage and vice versa
- Solving questions regarding discounts, GST, interest rate
- Comparison of 2 quantities by percentage
- Finding the increase and decrease of a quantity as a percentage

‘O’ Level

**Key Lesson Topics:**

The macro core focus of Paramount Education E-Math course is on Algebra, where mastery of this concept will allow easier comprehension of the entire E-math syllabus. Students will walk away with a broad and complete understanding of Algegraic Expression and its manipulation. The course also covers methodogical steps in solving questions, conversion of word problems into numerical equations and imparting proprietary tricks and methods not taught in schools.

**Key Features:**

- Complex Mathematical operations regarding algebra
- Interpreting notations
- Translating word problems into numerical equations
- Expansion by rainbow method
- Manipulating the form of the equation whilst preserving its value
- Expressing an equation in terms of a given algebra
- Isolating specific terms from complex equations
- Solving complex equations accurately via our proprietary methods

07:30 P.M. | 07:30 P.M. | 11:30 A.M. | 11:30 A.M. |

1:30 P.M. | 1:30 P.M. |

‘O’ Level

**Key Lesson Topics:**

In this course, students will learn to apply the concepts of differentiation to real world situations such as acceleration and speed. Through these applications, the analytical mind is honed and a holistic understanding of the topic is realised.

**Key Features:**

- Calculus in complex mathematical functions
- Rate of change
- Related rate of change in real world context
- Increasing and decreasing functions
- 1
^{st}and 2^{nd}derivative test to identify local maxima and minima

07:30 P.M. | 07:30 P.M. (2 Lessons) | 03:30 P.M. | 03:30 P.M. |

05:30 P.M. |

‘O’ Level

**Key Lesson Topics:
**This course enforces core concepts of Newtonian mechanics describes the motion of bodies under the influence of forces, the turning effect of forces, and the concept of leverage. It has a wide range of application from studying the acceleration of a body to the frictional forces responsible for stopping a moving body. The understanding of this concept is paramount in achieving a strong foundation in Physics. Aside from their practical uses, students will learn the mathematical computations required to effect the least effort for the maximum result.

**Key Features:**

- Thorough understanding and application of Newton’s first, second and third law
- Application of laws and formulas to complex real world problems
- Quick method to tackling problems involving free body diagrams
- Concepts on balanced and unbalanced forces
- Principles of moments, torque, and stability
- Easily identify correct lines of action involving levers

07:30 P.M. | 07:30 P.M. | 11:30 A.M. |

05:30 P.M. | ||

07:30 P.M. |