There is too much to memorise

Is memorising keywords truly the answer to scoring well?

Too much content

Students are expected to be proficient in all three domains of Science: Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Moreover, it provides important foundation for Secondary 3 and 4 Science subjects.

Deceptive content

Misinterpretation of questions is common which may lead to loss of marks and time in exams.

Questions beyond "difficult"

Most questions require application. PSLE answering techniques were mainly about hitting the keywords, with more standardised answers. In Secondary IP Science, rehearsed answers no longer work and students struggle to adapt to this drastic change.

MAIN CHALLENGES

School Sensitive curriculum

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MASTERY OF CONTENT

Indigo's trademarked acronyms allow students to learn content more efficiently.

IDENTIFY DECEPTIVE CONTEXT

Students are trained to identify topics tested in commonly misinterpreted questions.

COMMON EXPOSURE TO HIGHER-ORDER THINKING QUESTIONS

With 80% of curriculum time spent on higher order thinking questions, students are trained to apply concepts in unfamiliar contexts.

ASSESSMENT

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WHY INDIGO?

A very dedicated teacher indeed! It surprises me how well he remembers all our names, even though there are so many of us! Helpful and extremely knowledgeable, William’s worksheets and tutorials never fail to challenge us and activate your interests in the subject. It is of no doubt that William can be counted on to help achieve the grades you want. Because he explains concepts in an understandable yet precise way, without missing out on any small details. Furthermore, I can tell how much effort he puts into teaching us, working through day and night, sometimes even neglecting his own health.

Felix Yeoh
Raffles' Instituition

I was only under you for half a year but I can assure you, the impact you have made in my life was tremendous. I first joined your class during the Kinetics Crash Course just to accompany a friend, with no intention of joining the tuition mostly because I’m not someone that likes to go for tuition. Moreover, secretly I wanted to redeem the full refund just because I didn’t want to spend money on tuition. But I was astonished after that lesson as your teaching style was exactly what I needed and I have never been clearer for any other topic in Chemistry no matter. So for the refunding part, my dignity prevented me from even asking because I felt that you were really that good. If you taught in a JC, I’m sure you’d be the top lecturer.

Julian Low
National Junior College

In my opinion, what truly distinguished William’s lessons apart from others was his passion for teaching and enrichment. Junior College Chemistry is no easy feat, but William imparted his knowledge in a manner that was lighthearted and inspirational. Often I found myself doing his tutorials instead of school homework because it felt much more effective and useful than the standard fare. His “know your basics” worksheets really trained my fundamentals, something I feel lacking in the fast pace of school academics and allowed me to tackle tougher questions in the examinations.

Tony Tong
Hwa Chong Institution

Making Sense is arguably the best (and most value for money) chemistry tuition in Singapore! The notes given to us were extremely concise and help us prepare well for exams. Not only that, the tutors (A level Chemistry Tutors) are extremely competent and passionate about what they teach, making lessons a lot more enjoyable and engaging. My chemistry grades have improved significantly after joining Making Sense and I am really thankful.

Sammi Lim
Raffles Institution

Joining Making Sense is easily one of the best decisions I have ever made in my life. I was blown away in that one lesson by the ease in which the teacher helped us to realise concepts, link topics together and remember things.

Felix Tseng
Dunman High School

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