In all honesty, I stepped into Mr Aw Meng How’s class not knowing what to expect given the abstract nature of the GP subject. I thought my lessons will be structured and rigid, but Mr Aw is a master at weaving in windows of opportunity to stimulate discussions among us regarding various topics such as world affairs and issues close to our homeland, further widening our global perception. To add on, Mr Aw’s content notes for both P1 and P2, as well as his skills package for P2 are a lifesaver. They are informative and concise, every word keen to the eye because they held the key to scoring well at the exam. His notes, coupled with his loud voice constantly reminding us of the crucial skillset required of us to ace the GP examination, drilled into me as I picked up my pen to piece together my answers on that dreadful date of 8th November 2021. I am grateful for Mr Aw, not only for his patience and guidance as I worked to exceed expectations and clinch an A for GP, but also for his efforts as seen in his compilation of useful tips to try out during the exam as if he was there with us, cheering us on. My time in Mr Aw’s class may have been short, but it is definitely fruitful and for that, I really thank him for giving his best every lesson to make my tuition journey with Learner’s Lodge a bittersweet memory.
Ethan Shia Yeong Rui, National Junior College
Dear Mr Aw, thank you for being such a patient and helpful teacher. Even though I joined your class a few months before A levels, you always made sure that I do not fall behind and constantly help me witj...
Anna Yong, NJC
Hi Mr Aw! Happy Teachers’ Day! Thank you for your patient guidance. I enjoy your lessons a lot, and thanks to your lessons, I am slowly gaining confidence in GP :)
Hello Mr Aw! Your lessons are very interesting and your genuine interest in helping us to improve in GP is something I am really thankful for. Thank you for being a great teacher! Happy Teacher’s Day!!