Friday, 2 December 2016

Home Tuition and Olympiad Training by former RI students

This is posted on behalf of Chan Jau Tung.
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Hello! We are the former students from Raffles Institution, including some Singapore Team members of International Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Math, Physics Olympiads. We will be providing home tuition for the preparation of: 

O/A Level
• Biology
• Chemistry
• Math
• Physics
• GP

Advanced Placement (AP)
• Biology
• Chemistry
• Computing
• Math
• Physics

Olympiads
• Singapore Astronomy Olympiad (SAO)
• Singapore Biology Olympiad (SBO)
• Singapore Chemistry Olympiad, Singapore Junior Chemistry Olympiad (SChO, SJChO)
• Singapore Math Olympiad (SMO)
• Singapore Physics Olympiad, Singapore Junior Physics Olympiad (SPhO, SJPO)

Please email us here, or SMS/Whatsapp 8282-6810 for details.

Come join us with your friends!

Saturday, 19 November 2016

One-to-One Math, Physics Tuition and Math Olympiad Training

Update on 28/11/16: sorry, Lim Li has enough students and is not accepting any new students.

Math, Physics tuition and Math Olympiad training during November to December 2016 school holidays, by Lim Li, current NUS High Year 5 (2016) student.

One-to-One subject tuition
Sec 1 to 4 Physics
Sec 1 to 4 Math
$50 for each 2-hr session

One-to-One SMO Junior Training
Primary 6 - Sec 2
$50 for each 2-hr session

Venue: strictly @ my home, Queens condo. 2 minutes walking distance from Queenstown MRT station.

Friday, 18 November 2016

Year 5 Semester 2 Progress Report

Lim Li's Year 5 Semester 2 results are as follows:

CL5102 Chinese 5B B-
CM5106 Electrochemistry and Inorganic Chemistry A-
CS5102 Data Structures and Algorithms A+
CS6401V Computer Organisation A+
EL5101 Language in Society II B
MA5107 Statistics A
MA5403 Linear Algebra A+
PC5101 Atomic & Nuclear Physics A+
PC5403 Calculus-based Electricity & Magnetism I A+

Semestral Grade Point Average (GPA): 4.5
Cumulative Average Point (CAP): 4.7

Mentor's Remarks
Conduct: Very Good
Lim Li is an independent and intelligent student. She has managed her time well despite having numerous academic competitions this semester. She displayed strong sense of resilience and accomplishment and this is evident from her results in the various Math and Olympiad competitions. Her strong passion in Mathematics is truly remarkable! Keep it up!

Saturday, 5 November 2016

CMO 2016 Singapore Team

The following students are participating in the China Mathematical Olympiad (CMO) 2016, held from 21 to 25 November, at Hunan Changsha:

Bryan Wang, HCI Year 5
Clarence Chew, NUSH Year 5
Lee Kee Yang, RI Year 4
Matthew Fan, NUSH Year 5
Cheng Puhua, RI Year 3

Saturday, 29 October 2016

Dining @ Yippee Noodle Bar


Yippee Noodle Bar @ King Street, Cambridge
From left: Alex (Maths), Sean (Nat Sci), Nung aka Zung (Maths), Choong Yin (Maths), Lim Jeck (Maths) and Justin (History), all are freshers at Trinity College

Sunday, 16 October 2016

SIMO Senior Team 2016/2017

SIMO Senior Team 2016/2017 (44)

RI
Daniel Choo Zhenghao, Y1
Li Hantao, Y1
Low Choo Ray, Y1
Pan Yifan, Y1
Goh Chee Kiat, Ethan, Y2
Han Jiatao Jerry, Y2
Jiang Bowen, Y2
Lee Jun Long Matthew, Y2
Leong Eu-Shaun, Y2
Keane Ng, Y2
Shen Xinyi, Y2
Tan Wei Han, Max, Y2
Tan Xu Chen, Y2
David Toh Hui Kai, Y2
Dai Xiang Rong, Y3
Loh Wai Kit Victor, Y3
Seah Yuxuan, Y3
Luke Tan, Y3
Weng Chang Kai Kenneth, Y3
Seah Fengyu, Y4

NUS High
Chieu Le Heng, Y1
Tan Yu Ren, Y1
Chen Yu, Bryan, Y2
Ho Li Xiong Timothy, Y2
Liau Yi Jun Jovan, Y2
Qin Haichen, Y2
Tan Chee Heng, Y2
Tan Cheng Yat, Y2
Tan Kin Hern, Y2
Wong Swee Chong, Dave, Y2
Li Yuelin, Y3
Toh Jia Xin, Y3

HCI
Guan Yangchen, Y2
Benson Lin Zhan Li, Y2
Loh Yan Xun, Timothy, Y2
Loo Yi He Scott, Y3
Sun Longxuan, Y3

RGS
Chen Xinyi, Y2
Shi Ruixin, Y3
Lee Estelle, Y4

ACSI
Ang Boon Han Nathaniel, Y2

Bukit Batok Sec
Lu Ming Yuan, Y2

RGPS
Hu Xinghui, P6

Home School
Louth Bin Rawshan, Y2

Saturday, 8 October 2016

Cambridge University Alternative Prospectus, 1st Year Mathematics Timetable and Cambridge Supervisions

This is a very good website for anyone who wants to know about Cambridge, its colleges and courses - Cambridge University Alternative Prospectus

Everything on the website has been written by current and recently graduated students at the University of Cambridge, to give you honest information about what it’s like to be a student at Cambridge.
Cambridge's Courses
Cambridge's Colleges


Supervision is one of the greatest strengths and a key advantage of studying at Cambridge - most students find their supervisions the most rewarding and beneficial part of their course. It is organised by the college. Supervisions provide regular small-group tuition (usually one or two students) with subject specialists who may be one of the country's or world's leading authorities.

Lim Jeck's supervisors for this term (4 Oct to 2 Dec 2016) are:
~ Numbers and Sets - Prof Imre Leader, who is also Lim Jeck's Director of Studies (DoS). Read about the roles of DoS and Supervisors here
~ Groups - Prof Imre Leader
~ Vectors and Matrics - Dr Crowe
~ Differential Equations - Dr Peng

Lim Jeck is paired with Alexander Gunning from Australia for supervisions; both of them are 3-time IMO Gold medalists
Lim Jeck and Alexander Gunning
Statistics on 2016 Mathematics Course Admission cycle:
Total Cambridge first year Mathematics undergrad students in 29 colleges: 258
Total Trinity College first year Mathematics undergrad students: 48

Tuesday, 4 October 2016

More Pics from Cambridge

Sean and Lim Jeck in formal gown and suit
King's College
With Trinity College porter
Centre of Mathematical Sciences - about 20 min walk from Trinity College. Cambridge library is here too.
Most items at Wilko (above) are very reasonably priced; I bought a single duvet for only £6. Another place to get cheap items is Poundland, where most items are sold at £1. Both Wilko and Poundland are located in Grafton Centre
For clothings and shoes, you can get from Primark. Lim Jeck's suit (see first pic above, jacket and trousers) was bought from Primark at £28. His gown was purchased directly from Trinity College at £34.50
Bicycles are a common sight in Cambridge. Many students ride them to lecture venues
Dim Sum @ Yim Wah Express
From left: Choong Yin, Lim Jeck, Lay Yen, Sean, Meng Ai
NUS High mates: Choong Yin, Yee Suen (Oxford Y2) and Stanley Quek
Dung (we call him Zung) from Vietnam, Sean, Choong Yin, Lim Jeck 
Dinner at Yim Wah Express