Economics Tuition Trial Class

Economics Tuition Trial Class – What to Expect

Each Economics tuition trial class is conducted on a paid basis (1 lesson, pro-rated). Students attending the class can expect a full 2-hour class consisting of

  • Content distillation: cutting through content in school notes to highlight key themes that are commonly tested.
  • Application skills: learning of key writing structures (packed into easy-to-remember mnemonics) to help tackle common tested questions.
  • Question review: exposure to past year examination questions to develop student’s conviction i.e. to see how the structures learnt can be put to practice.


Contact Us for Economics Tuition Trial Class


    Our Classrooms for Economics Tuition Sessions

    Lessons are primarily conducted at Bt Timah and AMK (with Zoom options). Reviews on Mr Koh’s lessons are available here

    Bukit Timah: 170 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, #B2-13, Bukit Timah Shopping Centre, Singapore 588179 @ Irwin’s Study

    AMK: Blk 302, #01-1842, Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, 560302 @ Andrew Yap Education Centre

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    Companion Website (free sign-up for Economics Trial Class students)

    The main purpose of Mr Koh’s companion website is to help students achieve more practice in essay-writing through the use of comprehensive essay plans. More topical plans will be added progressively, so be sure to check in regularly. In addition, there is a flashcard function which allows students to revise key content pertaining to each topic (a quicker alternative to re-reading your notes every time you do your revision).


    Other Resources 

    Mr Koh has written two books which are available at Popular bookstores and Shinglee publisher’s online store. Students should know that the ‘A’ Level Economics exam is as much an assessment of their content knowledge, as it is a test of a student’s exam skills. Hence, subsumed within Mr Koh’s guidebooks is a collection of exam-smart tips which will benefit students in their endeavour to scoring an ‘A’. In writing his guidebook, Mr Koh has aimed to keep the tips parsimonious and straight-to-the-point. But if you have additional queries, please feel free to write him an email or drop him a message directly.

    In addition, Mr Koh is the author of the H2 Economics Ten Year Series and has been writing the answers beginning from the 2004 A Levels. On top of providing reference solutions to past-year ‘A’ Level questions, extra features in Mr Koh’s Ten Year Series include:

    (i) An Author’s Note after each question to dissect key details in the question, as well as to highlight common mistakes made by students. Trending patterns (e.g. standard questions pertaining to a particular topic) are also highlighted to boost the students’ ability to recognise key concepts which are regularly tested.

    (ii) A Consistent Approach based on my Mr Koh’s own SCS framework (for essays) and the SCEED framework (for case studies). Key points in the answers are also bolded for the students’ attention.

    (iii) Two Bonus Chapters to impart essential essay-writing and case study answering skills.