Choon Eng Lim
A great English tuition centre. Tutors and staffs are rather polite and professional too.
I was previously working as an Operations Executive with the Admin & Ops Team at EduEdge. What I like the most is the conducive and caring environment which the Management has nurtured for their staff and students. As I was new to my role, Edmund, the Centre Manager, has set an excellent example for me in the frontline. Despite how busy it gets, he is always attentive to every customer; greeting them warmly with a smile, listening keenly to the customers' concerns and sharing passionately about how EduEdge has helped so many children improve in English and GP by using their unique “Formula-style” method. What's praiseworthy about classes at EduEdge is that all our classes adopt a co-teaching system. This means that every class will have one Lead Teacher who is the main facilitator for the lesson, as well as one or two more additional co-teachers. All the Teachers in the class share the responsibility of imparting knowledge to students and ensuring that their learning queries are promptly addressed. (I’ve personally witnessed parents sharing on several occasions about how their child enjoys the lessons or how their child has benefitted from the teaching) Every week, all Teachers of the various PRI / SEC / JC Teams come together to discuss the week's upcoming lesson as well as the most optimal ways to impart knowledge to students, ensuring that the lesson is not only taught but students have truly understood the lesson. This high level of dedication and sincerity in wanting to help students is something I've not observed anywhere else. What has also impressed me the most is that the Company strong importance on continual professional development and training of all their staff, in pursuit of excellence. They have a structured training framework for their staff to chart their career progression and roadmap to develop themselves professionally and level up their skills proficiency. (a rarity in today's context as most companies will just provide the bare minimum training for their staff and expect them to sink or swim.) Lastly, the Management has cultivated an open and supportive culture where all colleagues collaborate (not compete) with one another. Everyone is open to suggestions and feedback from anyone, no matter positive or negative, so long as the feedback is constructive and helps everyone grow further and faster on this journey together. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time when I was with EduEdge, and would highly recommend the Company to those who have a passion for teaching, sincere heart in helping students and a strong desire to want to build something much bigger than themselves.
It took Achievers Dream (AD) YEARS just to to find a trustworthy and reputable English tuition partner with a solid track record. In 2017, we stumbled upon EduEdge English Specialists when one of our mutual students gave a raving review for EduEdge. That lead us to do further research and ensure that this centre not only delivers on their promise but also share similar positive values as Achievers Dream. I'm pleased to share that after 4 years of closing working relationship, our pool of Chemistry students have affirmed that learning English with Formulas like learning math and science is the most unique, easiest and fastest way to improve in English! Ever since, we have been a loyal supporter and trusted partner of EduEdge English Tuition Specialist. We highly recommend any student who is serious about improving their English / General Paper grade to seek guidance from the EduEdge Team. Having helped more than 2000 students from over 120 schools achieve English & GP Success with their unique & proven Formula-style method, YOU can be their next SUCCESS story too! Thank you to the EduEdge Team for taking good care of our AD students!
Before I started JC, my seniors and older brother told me that GP would be much more difficult than O level English. As such I decided to enrol in eduedge because I had heard good reviews from my friends who attended eduedge in secondary school. While my Teachers in school mostly focused on SAQ answering skills and content for essay examples, they didn’t really teach us any structures for essay and AQ writing and because of this my essays weren’t that great at the start of J1. Thanks to the formulas taught by eduedge like SPEAR, Pastor Edward, SAiL and SCAR, GP became much easier to study and was able to get decent grades throughout JC. However I still had to consistently revise the formulas as I was stillI weak in some areas such as the Advanced Elaboration in SPEAR. With hard work and a lot of practice, I was able to attain a B grade for my A levels. To my eduedge juniors, make sure to listen to your teachers as they are there help you achieve your dreams and if you have any doubts just clarify with them. And remember, it is not enough to just attend lessons and do work in class, you must also revise the structures and formulas taught in class during your own time and constantly do practice papers. And ALWAYS do your RISE.
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When I entered JC, I didn't know GP was gonna be a different ball game (way different than I expected from ‘O’ Level English). I almost failed my first ever GP exam (after hearing that passing GP was important to go to Uni), I was scared and shocked. I thought GP was very difficult to master initially as it was different from how I revised my Sciences. In GP, there’s not only content and general knowledge to master but most importantly, being able to articulate your arguments in a sound and logical manner. This is where I heavily lacked. I heard about EduEdge from my mother and I was intrigued by the way they approached GP- through ‘formula-style’ methods. Initially, I asked myself whether these formulas where even legit because I had never thought GP could be taught this way. It was confusing at first but the dedicated teachers (Ms Eunice, Ms Janva and Mr Hazim) were very patient, experienced and helpful that ensured that I understood every lesson. EduEdge’s GP lessons are vastly different from the way my school taught GP, EduEdge’s GP lessons were more targeted and engaging. Not only were their content lessons on GP insightful, these ‘formulas’ that they curated for us were able to provide me the skeleton for my essay to ensure that I had a strong foundation and structure when I was writing my GP essay. After attending their lessons, I never had trouble with my essays when it comes to my structure and format but I did struggle with my language and skill to express my ideas more coherently. Thankfully, EduEdge was also able to brush up these areas that I was weak at (with the help of relevant comments and feedback given by them which highlights my weaknesses and strengths). Eventually, through hard work and ample help and advice by the EduEdge team, I was able to clutch that A for GP in A Levels. Getting this A really boosted by RP and I am really grateful for attending EduEdge. To my juniors, treat GP like its a marathon and not a race. Just like how any skill you master takes time, doing well in GP is a skill and it takes time and a lot of practice. You’ll have to trust the process and be very hardworking and disciplined in order to do well for GP. (this means doing R.I.S.E and more importantly, not being afraid to ask for help). Our duration in JC is really short and you have no time to waste when it comes to A Levels.
In the beginning i felt like when it comes to writing and answering questions in GP, my mind just goes blank and i wouldnt know what else to write next. I heard abt ee from sec sch friends. Basically the main advantage for ee is the techniques. it really helps my ideas to "flow" and i would always have an idea on what to write next as compared to last time where i would just often get stuck. i also learnt how to think more critically and gain newer insight or perdpective into dome issues which i have not considered before. i think my results improve from E to B (A levels) sadly not A haha but at least dont need do GP ever again. juniors do rise regularly pls lmao dont be stupid its good practise