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Study smart – Feynman Technique

Cut your study time using the Feynman Technique. Source: collegeinfogeek.com Work hard, but study smart. Named after the physicist Richard Feynman, this technique revolves around explaining a concept in simple language as if you were teaching it to someone else.

JC Cut-Off Points 2017

4 Pairs of JCs to be merge in 2019 Junior Colleges Arts Science / IB Anderson Junior College, AJC 11 9 Serangoon Junior College, SRJC 13 12 Location of the merged schools: Anderson JC Junior Colleges Arts Science / IB Meridian Junior College, MJC 11 11 Tampines Junior [...]

2017 Class schedule for JC 1 and JC 2

2017 is here and we are excited to have you back at Learners' Lodge! The updated schedule is now available and some of the classes are filling up fast, call us at 9119-9655 to secure your seat now!

A Level GP

General Paper aims to develop in students the ability to think critically, to construct cogent arguments and to communicate their ideas using clear, accurate and effective language. In addition, General Paper encourages students to explore a range of key issues of global and local significance and provides students with a good foundation to thrive [...]

A Level Physics – wave

Waves are any regularly recurring event that can be thought of as a disturbance moving through a medium. Waves are characterized by wavelength, frequency, and the speed at which they move. Source: DrPhysicsA Looking at transverse and longitudinal waves, the electromagnetic spectrum, polarisation, interference, the single slit and double slit experiments, a diffraction grating, refraction and [...]

A Level Maths – What is a vector?

Vectors are a prime example of the elegance, beauty, and fundamental usefulness of mathematics Source: Ted Talk Definition of vector: A quantity that has magnitude and direction and that is commonly represented by a directed line segment whose length represents the magnitude and whose orientation in space represents the direction; broadly :  an element [...]