Achievers Dream - O & A Level Chemistry Tuition In Singapore


Effective Chemistry Tuition

At Achievers Dream, we teach 'O' & 'A' level chemistry tuition in Singapore using the 'AD Unique Method' after SPECIALISING in teaching Chemistry for more than 12 years!.

In fact, AD is Singapore's FIRST & Only Chemistry School in Singapore to ONLY teach Chemistry and own an NEA-Approved Chemistry Lab (With a Lab technician with PhD)!

Introducing Our 'Multi-Sensory' Approach


Achievers Advantage Number #1: '360° Total Chemistry Learning System™'

The '360° Total Chemistry Learning System™' is a step-by-step methodology for your child to learn 'O' & 'A' level Chemistry effectively and systematically.

Is this method ONLY applicable to students who are labelled 'smart'?

Nope. In fact, any students can use The '360° Total Chemistry Learning System™' and see improvements in their results. We're glad to share that your child can finally understand his chemistry lessons and see improvements in the subject using the '360° Total Chemistry Learning System™'.

First and foremost, you will have to understand that Chemistry is unlike other subjects where you have topics not linked to the rest. (Take 'O' level Chemistry as an example, refer to the diagram below).

Can you see how the topics are all linked together?

If your child hasn't grasped Topic #4, then even if he puts in 100% effort to learn Topic #5 or #6, he will be facing a daunting uphill task.


Key Benefits of The '360° Total Chemistry Learning System™'

*Identify EXACTLY where your child needs to improve with our Signature Chemistry Strategy Session™ and thereafter get a customised action plan for your child to improve Chemistry.

*Build a Powerful foundation in Chemistry such that he will be able to understand the lessons in class and learn Chemistry like learning A-B-C.

*Reduce the tendency of making common but deadly mistakes made by other students by 50% or even score full marks for Paper 2 explanation questions using The SAEC™ Formula in Accelerated Foundation Method.

*Learn the little-known 'weird trick', which is not taught by anyone else in the market that can potentially add 10 marks to your child's Chemistry exam when applied.

*Learn the highly guarded strategies used by top school students to keep Cambridge examiners highly interested in their examination scripts and give them an unfair advantage over the other students.

… and many other useful strategies to help your child improve Chemistry.

Chemistry curriculum

Achievers Advantage Number #2: Top Notch Learning Materials

Our proprietary studying materials are reserved ONLY for students in Achievers Dream.

Over the last 11 years, we have taken the effort to collate school notes from various top schools and synthesise into something of our own. Not only the key pointers were summarised, but it also contains EXACT answering techniques Cambridge markers are looking out for.

With these notes, your child can have at least save 30 hours of revision because we have already got what they need. Such an initiative will definitely give your child the edge in their exams.

These are some sample of our materials that are made available to the public.

AD Chemistry learning
AD Chemistry learning

Achievers Advantage Number #3: SCA™ System (Speak - Clarify - Answer) - To Groom 'Teachers' Instead of 'Students'

Does your child learn more when he LISTENS of does your child learn more when he TEACHES?

The answer might not be obvious to you... But, your child definitely learns more when he teaches his peers.

In Achievers Dream, we want to engage different senses when your child learns.

Our teaching style is engineered to help your child to learn effectively.

Active learning is more effective than passive learning. By getting your child to teach his peers (provided he/she knows their stuff), they will be able to retain 70 - 80% of the content shared even after 2 weeks. This method will not only give your child more confidence (when he teaches), it will also make learning Chemistry easier and enjoyable for your child.

Take a look at the diagram below...

AD Chemistry learning