I first joined RMSS with Mr Lee when i was in Secondary 2. The reason as to why I decided to join was that I wanted my grades to improve. While my other friends in school were all scoring well, I would be the only one constantly failing the topical tests and exams.
Since I only joined the class when the mid-year exams were nearing, therefore I sat for my very first mock exam just 2 weeks upon joining. As I got back my results that day, I was disappointed, but not surprised. I got a 6% for that paper. However, what made that day memorable was that I had to say my results in front of the whole class and that made me feel very embarrassed because I was just simply lacking so much. Additionally, i could also remember vividly how badly I got scolded because of my horrible skills during my first presentation. As a result, Mr Lee made me stay back after classes and even come back for extra lessons just so that I would be able to catch up with the rest of the students. At that time, i was unable to understand the purpose of doing so much and i started dreading coming for tuition.
Now, as i look back, i beg to differ. I think that because of Mr Lee's constant drilling, I was able to improve and achieve my desired grades.
As a result of the numerous practices i was finally able to achieve my very 'A' a year later in Secondary 3, and as time went on, I eventually got lesser and lesser scoldings during presentation. I am very grateful towards Mr Lee for putting in so much effort in teaching all the students, ensuring that each and every one of them would be able to achieve their desired results at the end of the day. Even though he was strict with us and was very particular about every single working, it was actually for our own good because this allows students to learn how to be more meticulous in their work. I have definitely benefited a lot from joining his class. Once again, i am extremely thankful because i would not have made it this far without joining Mr Lee's class.
One memorable incident was during that period of time where we were learning Trigo graphs and I drew all my graphs similar to intestinal villi (as remarked by a classmate), he made me redo every single graph for homework, however this experience reminded me constantly to draw my graphs like gentle waves, allowing me to label coordinates of intersections easier, aiding me greatly in future trigo graphs.
Anyway, I stuck with Mr Lee until Year 4, and I have been achieving my A’s thanks to his effective teaching methods. Even though I am a more reserved student, I still learnt a lot from him over the past 1.5 years, increasing my ability in Mathematics as a subject.
Thanks Mr Lee :)
Through our bi-weekly RMSS lessons, I have managed to pick up many useful skills and tips that have helped me to slowly improve in maths. Even the simplest advice that Mr Lee shares with us can help in exams, as I remembered that a question that he had helped me with actually appeared in my prelim papers. As a class, we also bonded very well and I’m glad to say that my classmates are also some of my close friends too.
RMSS works hard to push students to their fullest potential by always reinforcing concepts and encouraging constant revision. Teachers such as Mr Lee are also stern and strict but caring and concerned too and this really helps the students to do better in their subjects. I had improved quite greatly in my E Math and maintained my A Math grade and I hope to do better at the O levels with RMSS’ help!
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