Many Tuition Centres do not offer H1 Economics Tuition. They tend to mix both H1 and H2 students in the same class and, in some cases, using the same set of notes with the same pedagogical approach oblivious to the differences between the 2 Subjects. It is not right and may be harmful to the students as the focus and preparations are different.


H1 exam (8819) is significantly different from the H2 exam(9732) regarding topics coverage and types of questions.


Some alarming differences between current H1 and H2 Economics:
– H2 Economics includes Income and Cross Elasticity of demand as well as Market Structure, while H1 Economics does not.
– H1 Econs has a higher weighting on case studies (70%) and less on the essay (30%). Hence there is the need to focus more on developing case study skills besides essay-writing skills. In H2 economics, the weighting is 40% on Case Study and 60% on Essay. Hence the focus on preparing students for the 2 Subjects cannot be the same as there is a different focus and different skills set needed.
– H2 Economics has Paper 1 (2 cases) and Paper 2 (3 out of 6 essays) while H1 Economics only has one paper (2 cases plus 1 from 2 essays)
– H1 Econs paper does not have 25 marks question.


In addition to the different coverage of topics, most students are not aware that the case study and essay-writing skills are not identical. The focus of the 2 subjects and hence the preparation cannot be the same. You will be better off in interacting with our H1 specialist who has over 3 decades of teaching experience to find out more about the subject. The study of Economics is a joyful experience under our carefully developed programme and passionately conducted by our energetic education consultant. IT WILL BE THE DAWN OF A NEW PERIOD OF UNDERSTANDING AND JOY. Don’t believe us! Just try us! You will be glad you did!


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The syllabus is intended to provide the basis for a broad understanding of economics. Specifically, the syllabus aims to develop in candidates:

  1. 1. an understanding of fundamental economic concepts, theories and principles, and of the tools and methods of analysis used by economists
  2. the ability to use the tools and methods of economic reasoning to explain and analyse economic issues, and to evaluate perspectives and decisions of economic agents
  3. the habit of reading critically, from a variety of sources, to gain information about the changing economic activities and policies at the national and international levels
  4. the ability to use evidence in making well-reasoned economic arguments to arrive at rational and considered decisions.


Candidates are expected to:
AO1: Knowledge and Understanding
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of economic concepts, theories and principles.
AO2: Interpretation and Evaluation of Information
• Interpret economic information presented in textual, numerical or graphical form.
• Make valid inferences from information presented and evaluate the reliability of information given.
AO3: Application and Analysis
• Apply relevant economic concepts, theories and principles to analyse contemporary issues, perspectives
and policy choices.
• Construct coherent economic arguments.
AO4: Evaluation
• Evaluate critically contemporary issues, perspectives and policy choices.
• Recognise unstated assumptions and evaluate their relevance.
• Synthesise economic arguments to arrive at well-reasoned judgements and decisions



Specification grid
The assessment comprises one compulsory written examination paper: Paper 1 (Case Studies)

Description Overall Marks
Paper 1
Case Studies
There will be two compulsory case studies.
Candidates are required to answer all questions
for each case study.
Each case study carries 45 marks and constitutes 50% of the total marks. About 18 marks of each set of case study questions will be for data response questions, and about 27 marks will be for higher-order questions.
90 marks
3 hours
For Paper 1, questions testing AO1 + AO2 + AO3 will comprise about 40% of the marks and questions testing AO1 + AO2 + AO3 + AO4 will comprise about 60% of the marks.

Description of Component
Paper 1 (Case Studies)
The paper will include two case studies. Each of these will consist of two to three pages of data presented in textual, numerical or graphical form. Each will present contemporary multifaceted economic issues or policies, which may be from one or more themes in the syllabus.
The data for each case study will be followed by six to eight part-questions, including sub-parts. These questions will require candidates to apply relevant economic concepts, theories and principles in analysing, synthesising and evaluating economic issues, perspectives or policies, with reference to the data provided.
About 18 marks of each set of case study questions will be for data response questions, and about 27 marks will be for higher-order questions.
Use of calculators
The use of a calculator as approved by the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board is allowed.



The syllabus content comprises three core themes:
• Theme 1: The Central Economic Problem
• Theme 2: Markets
• Theme 3: The National Economy
Using the disciplinary thinking framework in A-Level Economics which focuses on decision-making,
candidates will have the opportunity to explain, analyse and apply economic concepts, theories and
principles through the above themes. Candidates will also evaluate economic issues and policy choices in a
real-world context and appreciate the interconnectedness across the themes.

Theme 1: The Central Economic Problem
Theme 1 introduces candidates to the Central Economic Problem of unlimited wants and limited resources. Scarcity of resources necessitates choice and leads to decision-making. Through examining how the concepts of scarcity, choice and opportunity cost are faced by economic agents (consumers, producers and governments), candidates will be able to understand the Central Economic Problem facing societies, and how economic agents use available information, consider perspectives, constraints, costs and benefits in their decision-making. Candidates will also understand that decisions made by economic agents often have both intended and unintended consequences.
This theme provides the foundation for the study of microeconomic and macroeconomic topics in Markets (Theme 2) and The National Economy (Theme 3) respectively where the decision-making approach and concepts of scarcity, choice and opportunity cost recur.
Theme 1.1 Scarcity as the Central Economic Problem
Economics Content
1.1 Scarcity as the Central Economic Problem
1.1.1 Scarcity, choice and resource allocation
a. Concept of scarcity and the inevitability of choices by economic agents (consumers, producers and governments)
b. Concept of opportunity cost and the nature of trade-offs in the allocation of resources
1.1.2 Rational decision-making process by economic agents
a. Understanding objectives of economic agents
• Consumers – maximisation of utility
• Producers – maximisation of profits
• Governments – maximisation of social welfare
b. Recognising constraints
c. Gathering information and considering perspectives
d. Weighing costs and benefits in decision-making*
e. Recognising trade-offs
f. Recognising intended and unintended consequences
*A marginalist approach to weighing costs and benefits is the expected approach. Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) is not required.
Theme 1.1 Scarcity as the Central Economic Problem
Concepts and Tools of Analysis
  • • Positive and normative economics*
  • • Microeconomics and macroeconomics*
  • Scarcity, choice and opportunity cost
  • Production possibility curve (PPC)
  • Marginal cost, marginal benefit and marginalist principle
  • Maximisation of utility*
  • Maximisation of profits: Marginal Revenue=Marginal Cost*
  • Maximisation of social welfare: Marginal Social Benefit=Marginal Social Cost

*An awareness of the meaning of positive and normative economics, microeconomics and macroeconomics will suffice.
*An awareness of how consumers allocate resources to maximise utility and how producers maximise profits will suffice. Technical analyses of utility maximisation and maximisation of profits are not required.


Theme 2.2 Market Failure

Theme 2: Markets
In Theme 2, candidates examine how markets deal with the Central Economic Problem and how decisions are made by economic agents in markets. Theme 2 provides candidates with a microeconomic analysis of how markets function and how markets may fail to achieve efficient and equitable outcomes. Candidates will be able to understand how market forces of demand and supply interact to bring about market equilibrium. In addition, candidates will be able to understand that while decisions made by consumers and producers are necessary for the functioning of markets, these decisions may lead to inefficient and inequitable outcomes. Candidates will be able to discuss how governments may intervene through public policy measures to improve efficiency and equity while recognising limitations, unintended consequences and possible trade-offs of government intervention. This theme provides candidates with insights into realworld microeconomic issues and opportunities to deepen economic reasoning, analysis and application of microeconomic concepts to both Singapore and the global economy.
Microeconomic concepts and theories in Themes 1 and 2 provide the foundation for candidates to extend their understanding of the micro-economy to the macro-economy in Theme 3.
Theme 2.1 Price Mechanism and its Applications
Economics Content
2.1 Price Mechanism and its Applications
2.1.1 Price mechanism and its functions
a. Resource allocation in a free market
2.1.2 Interaction of demand and supply
a. Determinants of demand and supply
b. Equilibrium price and equilibrium quantity
c. Changes in demand and supply leading to changes in market equilibrium
2.1.3 Applications of demand and supply analysis to real-world markets*
a. Responsiveness of consumers and/or producers
• Price elasticity of demand – determinants and significance
• Price elasticity of supply – determinants and significance
b. Impact of market outcomes on consumers and producers*
• Consumer expenditure and producer revenue*
c. Rationale and impact of government intervention on consumers and producers
• Taxes and subsidies
• Price controls – maximum and minimum prices
• Quantity controls – quotas
*The focus is on the application of demand and supply analysis to any market. With reference to labour
markets, Marginal Revenue Productivity theory of labour is not required.
*Knowledge of consumer and producer surpluses is not required.
*An awareness of how changes in producer revenue may affect producer profits will suffice
Theme 2.1 Price Mechanism and its Applications
Concepts and Tools of Analysis
  • Price mechanism
  • Consumer sovereignty
  • Ceteris paribus
  • Effective demand
  • Law of diminishing marginal utility*
  • Demand curve
  • Change in demand vs change in quantity demanded
  • Supply curve
  • Change in supply vs change in quantity supplied
  • Determinants of demand – non-price factors
  • Determinants of supply – non-price factors
  • Market equilibrium – equilibrium price and quantity
  • Market disequilibrium – shortage and surplus
  • Price elasticity of demand and supply
  • Consumer expenditure and producer revenue
  • Taxes and subsidies
  • Price controls – maximum and minimum prices
  • Quantity controls – quotas

*Technical analysis of the law of diminishing marginal utility is not required. Knowledge of the law of equimarginal utility is not required.

Theme 2.2 Market Failure
Economics Content
2.2 Market Failure
2.2.1 Efficiency and equity in relation to markets
2.2.2 Market failure and its causes
a. Public goods
• Characteristics of non-excludability and non-rivalry
b. Positive and negative externalities in consumption and production
• Divergence between private cost/benefit and social cost/benefit
c. Merit and demerit goods
2.2.3 Government intervention in markets
a. Policy measures including taxes and subsidies, quotas and tradeable permits, joint and direct
provision, rules and regulation, and public education in addressing market failure
b. Effectiveness of policy measures
*Market dominance, factor immobility and government failure are not required. Knowledge of information
failure in relation to merit and demerit goods will suffice. Detailed knowledge of information failure (such as
asymmetric information, adverse selection and moral hazard) is not required.
Theme 2.2 Market Failure
Concepts and Tools of Analysis
  • Market failure
  • Allocative efficiency
  • Equity
  • Deadweight loss
  • Marginal private benefit and cost
  • Marginal external benefit and cost
  • Marginal social benefit and cost
  • Social versus private (market) optimum
  • Over-consumption and production
  • Under-consumption and production
  • Public goods
    • Non-excludability and non-rivalry
  • Positive and negative externalities
  • Merit and demerit goods
Theme 3: The National Economy
In Theme 3, candidates will use the concepts, theories and principles from Themes 1 and 2 to examine the problem of scarcity of resources and the concept of trade-offs at the level of the national economy. In particular, candidates will examine how governments make policy choices at the national level in order to improve living standards. In doing so, candidates will discuss how governments consider competing needs, weigh costs and benefits, recognise trade-offs and consequences in order to make policy decisions. Candidates will first gain an understanding of the concepts of aggregate demand and aggregate supply, the basic tools of macroeconomic analysis and an extension of the tools used for economic analysis in Markets (Theme 2). With an understanding of aggregate demand and aggregate supply, Theme 3 provides many opportunities for candidates to apply these concepts to analyse standard of living and government decisions at the national level. Candidates will understand the concept of standard of living and its significance for countries. Candidates will also examine domestic and external factors that influence economic growth, price stability, and employment, with a focus on how these factors affect a country’s standard of living. In addition, candidates will also discuss the different policy options available to governments (namely discretionary fiscal policy, monetary policy and supply-side policies) and their effectiveness in achieving higher living standards.
Theme 3.1 Introduction to Macroeconomic Analysis
Economics Content
3.1 Introduction to Macroeconomic Analysis
3.1.1 Aggregate demand (AD) and aggregate supply (AS)*
a. Factors affecting AD and AS
b. Equilibrium level of national output and general price level
* An awareness of an increase in AD having a multiplied effect on national income will suffice.
Theme 3.1 Introduction to Macroeconomic Analysis
Concepts and Tools of Analysis
  • Aggregate demand and factors affecting aggregate demand
  • Aggregate supply and factors affecting aggregate supply
  • National output
  • General price level
Theme 3.2 Standard of Living
Economics Content
3.2 Standard of Living
3.2.1 Standard of living and its indicators*
a. Material and non-material aspects
3.2.2 Factors affecting standard of living
a. Economic growth
• Sustainable growth
• Inclusive growth (case of Singapore)
b. Price stability
• Inflation and deflation
c. Employment
• Full employment and unemployment
3.2.3 Macroeconomic policies to improve standard of living
a. Discretionary fiscal policy
• Government expenditure and revenue*
b. Monetary policy
• Centred on interest rates*
• Centred on exchange rates (case of Singapore)
c. Supply-side policies
• Policies to improve quantity, quality and mobility of factors of production
*Interpretation of economic information presented in textual, numerical or graphical form is required.
Derivation of index numbers and computation of national income is not required.
*National debt and methods of budget deficit financing are not required.
*Determination of interest rates and exchange rates are not required. A broad understanding of the managed float in the Singapore context and flexible exchange rates will suffice.
Theme 3.2 Standard of Living
Concepts and Tools of Analysis
  • Standard of living
    – Material and non-material well-being
    – Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and Gross National Income (GNI)
    – Human Development Index (HDI)
  • Income distribution
    – Income inequality
    – Gini coefficient
  • Economic growth
    – Actual and potential growth
    – Sustainable growth
    – Inclusive growth
  • Full employment and unemployment
    – Types of unemployment
  • Price stability
    – Inflation and deflation
    – Consumer price index (CPI)
  • Nominal and real concepts
  • Discretionary fiscal policy
  • Government budget surplus and deficit
  • Monetary policy
    – Interest rates
    – Exchange rates
  • Supply-side policies



2021 JC Tuition Schedule
LevelSubjectBranchDate and TimeTeacherAvailability
JC1H2 EconomicsKembanganFri, 4.30-6.30pm (DHS, NJC & RI Class)Mr Koh Chee WeeFilling Fast
JC1H2 BiologyKovanSun, 9-11amMr Lee Shi HaoFilling Fast
JC2H2 PhysicsJurongSun, 11.15-1.15pmMr Aaron TanAvailable
JC1H2 PhysicsJurongSun, 9-11amMr Aaron TanAvailable
JC1H2 EconomicsKembanganSun, 11.15-1.15pm (DHS, NJC, RI Class)Mr Gilbert LeeFull
JC2H2 PhysicsJurongFri, 7.15-9.15pmMr Raymond CaiFilling Fast
JC1H2 MathsJurongFri, 7.15-9.15pmMs Ruby NgFilling Fast
JC2H2 MathsJurongThurs, 7-9pm Ms Ruby NgAvailable
JC2General PaperJurongSun, 11-1pmMr Denson LoFilling Fast
JC2H2 BiologyJurongFri, 7.15-9.15pmMr Alex XuFilling Fast
JC2H2 MathsKovanSat, 11.15-1.15pm (RI Class)Mr Terence ChiaFilling Fast
JC2General PaperBukit TimahFri, 7-9pmMr Nicholas LimAvailable
JC1H2 ChemistryBukit TimahSun, 9-11amMr Low Kwee PengAvailable
JC2H2 PhysicsKembanganSat, 9-11amMr Daniel YeoFilling Fast
JC2H2 MathsKembanganSun, 9-11amMr Damian CheeAvailable
JC2General PaperKembanganThurs, 7.15-9.15pmMr Aw Meng HowFull
JC1H2 EconomicsKembanganSun, 9-11am (DHS, NJC, RI Class)Mr Loh Zhi HongFull
JC2H2 ChemistryKembanganFri, 7.15-9.15pmMr Mike WangAvailable
JC1H2 ChemistryJurongThurs, 7-9pmMr Mike WangFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryKembanganSat, 1.45-3.45pmMr Au Chee PingFilling Fast
JC2H2 PhysicsMarymountThurs, 7.15-9.15pmMr Raymond CaiFilling Fast
JC2H2 PhysicsMarymountThurs 5-7pmMr Raymond CaiFilling Fast
JC2General PaperBishanSat, 5-7pmMr Nicholas LimAvailable
JC2H2 EconomicsBishanSun, 4.30-6.30pmMr Fung Jia PeiFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsBishanSun, 2.15-4.15pmMr Fung Jia PeiAvailable
JC1H2 EconomicsBishanThurs, 7.15-9.15pm (NYJC, HCI, VJC Class)Mr Fung Jia PeiAvailable
JC1H2 EconomicsKembanganWed, 7.15-9.15pm (RI, NJC, DHS Class)Mr Harry TiewAvailable
JC1H2 MathsMarymountSat, 4.45-6.45pm (RI Class)Mr Teng Kah SengFilling Fast
JC1H2 MathsKembanganSat, 9-11amMr Teng Kah SengAvailable
JC1H2 MathsKovanSun, 9-11amMr Teng Kah SengAvailable
JC1H2 MathsJurongSun, 2.15-4.15pmMr Teng Kah SengFull
JC1H2 PhysicsBukit TimahSun, 11.15-1.15pm Mr Raymond CaiAvailable
JC1H2 MathsBukit TimahSat, 5-7pmMs Ruby NgFilling Fast
JC1General PaperBukit TimahSun, 2.30-4.30pmMr Nicholas LimFilling Fast
JC1H2 EconomicsBukit TimahSat, 4.45-6.45pm (HCI, NYJC, VJC)Mr Koh Chee WeeAvailable
JC1H2 EconomicsBukit TimahSun, 9-11am (ASRJC, ACJC, EJC, CJC, TMJC, JPJC, RVHS, SAJC, TJC , YIJC Class)Mr Fung Jia PeiAvailable
JC1H2 ChemistryBukit TimahSun, 2-4pmMr Low Kwee PengAvailable
JC1H2 BiologyBukit TimahSat, 11.15-1.15pmMr Alex XuAvailable
JC1H2 PhysicsJurongSat, 4.45-6.45pmMr Raymond CaiAvailable
JC1H2 MathsJurongSat, 11.15-1.15pmMs Ruby NgFull
JC1General PaperJurongSat, 1.30-3.30pmMr Aw Meng HowFull
JC1General PaperJurongFri, 7.30-9.30pmMr Aw Meng HowFilling Fast
JC1H2 EconomicsJurongSun, 4.30-6.30pm (ASRJC, ACJC, EJC, CJC, TMJC, JPJC, RVHS, SAJC, TJC , YIJC Class)Mr Harry TiewAvailable
JC1H2 ChemistryJurongSat, 2-4pmMr Mike WangFilling Fast
JC1H2 ChemistryJurongSun, 4.45-6.45pmMr David WongAvailable
JC1H2 PhysicsKovanSun, 5-7pmMr Daniel YeoAvailable
JC1H2 MathsKovanSat, 2-4pmMr Terence ChiaAvailable
JC1General PaperJurongSun, 4.15-6.15pmMr Denson LoAvailable
JC1General PaperKovanSat, 11.15-1.15pmMr Nicholas LimAvailable
JC1H2 EconomicsKovanSat, 9-11amMr Fung Jia PeiAvailable
JC1H2 ChemistryKovanSun, 11.15-1.15pmMr David WongFilling Fast
JC1H2 ChemistryKovanSat, 9-11amMr Low Kwee PengAvailable
JC1H2 PhysicsMarymountSun, 2.15-4.15pmMr Raymond CaiAvailable
JC1H2 MathsMarymountTue, 7-9pm (RI Class)Mr Terence ChiaFilling Fast
JC1General PaperMarymountSat, 9-11amMr Denson LoAvailable
JC1H2 EconomicsMarymountThurs, 7.15-9.15pm (ASRJC, ACJC, EJC, CJC, TMJC, JPJC, RVHS, SAJC, TJC , YIJC Class)Mr Harry TiewFilling Fast
JC1H2 ChemistryMarymountMon, 7.15-9.15pmMr Au Chee PingAvailable
JC1H2 PhysicsBishanSun, 9-11amMr Daniel YeoAvailable
JC1H2 PhysicsBishanSat, 11.15-1.15pmMr Raymond CaiFilling Fast
JC2H2 MathsBishanSat, 4.30-6.30pm Mr Damian CheeAvailable
JC1General PaperBishanSun, 9-11amMr Nicholas LimAvailable
JC1H2 EconomicsBishanSat, 9-11m (HCI, NYJC, VJC Class)Mr Koh Chee WeeFilling Fast
JC1H2 EconomicsBishanSun, 11.15-1.15pm (RI, NJC, DHS Class)Mr Harry TiewAvailable
JC1H2 EconomicsBishanSat, 2.15-4.15pm (RI, NJC, DHS Class)Mr Gilbert LeeFull
JC1H2 EconomicsBishanFri, 7.15-9.15pm (RI, NJC, DHS Class)Mr Fung Jia PeiFilling Fast
JC1H2 ChemistryBishanSat, 2.15-4.15pmMr Low Kwee PengAvailable
JC1H2 ChemistryBishanSun, 2.15-4.15pmMr Au Chee PingFilling Fast
JC1H2 BiologyBishanSun, 4.30-6.30pmMr Alex XuFilling Fast
JC1H2 PhysicsKembanganSat, 11.15-1.15pmMr Daniel YeoFilling Fast
JC1H2 MathsKembanganSun, 4.30-6.30pmMr Damian CheeAvailable
JC1General PaperKembanganSat, 4.45-6.45pm Mr Denson LoAvailable
JC1General PaperKembanganSun, 1.30-3.30pmMr Aw Meng HowFull
JC1H2 EconomicsKembanganSun, 11.15-1.15pm (ASRJC, ACJC, EJC, CJC, TMJC, JPJC, RVHS, SAJC, TJC , YIJC Class)Mr Phay Teik EngAvailable
JC1H2 EconomicsKembanganSun, 2-4pm(VJC, HCI, NYJC class)Mr Phay Teik EngAvailable
JC1H2 EconomicsKembanganSat, 2.15-4.15pm (DHS Class)Mr Loh Zhi HongFull
JC1H2 EconomicsKembanganSat, 9-11am (DHS, NJC, RI Class)Mr Gilbert LeeFilling Fast
JC1H2 ChemistryKembanganSun, 2-4pmMr Mike WangFull
JC1H2 ChemistryKembanganSat, 9-11amMr Au Chee PingAvailable
JC2General PaperBishanSun, 11:15-1:15pmMr Nicholas LimFull
JC2General PaperMarymountSat, 11:15-1:15pmMr Denson LoFilling Fast
JC2General PaperJurongSat, 11:15-1:15pmMr Aw Meng HowFull
JC2General PaperJurongSun, 4:45-6:45pmMr Aw Meng HowFilling Fast
JC2General PaperBukit TimahSun, 4:45-6:45pmMr Nicholas LimFilling Fast
JC2General PaperKembanganSat, 4:45-6:45pmMr Aw Meng HowFilling Fast
JC2General PaperKembanganSun, 11:15-1:15pmMr Aw Meng HowFull
JC2General PaperKovanSat, 2-4pmMr Nicholas LimFilling Fast
JC2General PaperKovanSun, 9-11amMr FaridFull
JC2H2 EconomicsBishanSat, 4:30-6:30pm Mr Gilbert LeeFull
JC2H2 EconomicsBishanSun, 9-11amMr Harry TiewAvailable
JC2H2 EconomicsMarymountSun, 9-11am (HCI, NYJC & VJC Class)Mr Koh Chee WeeFull
JC1H2 EconomicsMarymountSat, 4.30-6.30pm (RI, NJC, DHS Class)Mr Fung Jia PeiAvailable
JC2H2 EconomicsMarymountMon, 7-9pmMr Harry TiewFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsMarymountSun, 2:15-4:15pmMr Gilbert LeeFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsJurongSun, 2:30-4:30pm Mr Harry TiewFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsBukit TimahSat, 2:30-4:30pm (HCI Class)Mr Koh Chee WeeFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsBukit TimahSun, 11:15-1:15pmMr Fung Jia PeiAvailable
JC2H2 EconomicsKembanganWed, 7:15-9:15pm Mr Gilbert LeeFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsKembanganSat, 9-11am (DHS Class)Mr Loh Zhi HongFull
JC2H2 EconomicsKembanganSat, 11:15-1:15pmMr Gilbert LeeFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsKembanganSat, 4:30-6:30pm (VJC Class)Mr Loh Zhi HongFilling fast
JC2H2 EconomicsKembanganSun, 9-11amMr Gilbert LeeFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsKovanSat, 4:30-6:30pmMr Phay Teik EngFilling Fast
JC2H2 MathsBishanSat, 2:15-4:15pmMr Damian CheeFull
JC2H2 MathsMarymountThurs, 7-9pm (RI Class)Mr Terence ChiaFull
JC2H2 MathsMarymountFri, 7.15-9.15pm (RI Class)Mr Sng Tat MingFilling Fast
JC2H2 MathsMarymountSun, 11:15-1:15pmMr Terence ChiaFull
JC2H2 MathsJurongSat, 2-4pmMs Ruby NgFilling Fast
JC2H2 MathsJurongSun, 4.30-6.30pmMr Teng Kah SengAvailable
JC2H2 MathsBukit TimahSun, 2:15-4:15pmMs Ruby NgFilling Fast
JC2H2 MathsKembanganSun, 2:15-4:15pmMr Damian CheeFilling Fast
JC2H2 MathsKovanSat, 9-11amMr Terence ChiaFull
JC2H2 MathsKovanSun, 11:15-1:15pmMr Teng Kah SengFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryBishanSat, 4:30-6:30pmMr Low Kwee PengFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryBishanSun, 4:30-6:30pmMr Au Chee PingFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryMarymountSat, 4.45-6.45pm Mr Au Chee PingFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryJurongSat, 11:15-1:15pmMr Mike WangFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryJurongSun, 2:30-4:30pmMr David WongFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryBukit TimahSun, 11:15-1:15pmMr Low Kwee PengFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryKembanganFri, 7:15-9:15pmMr Au Chee PingFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryKembanganSat, 11:15-1:15pmMr Au Chee PingFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryKembanganSun, 4:30-6:30pmMr Mike WangFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryKovanSat, 11:15-1:15pmMr Low Kwee PengFull
JC2H2 ChemistryKovanSun, 9-11amMr David WongFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryKovanSat, 2.30-4.30pmMr David WongFilling Fast
JC2H2 PhysicsBishanFri, 7:15-9:15 pmMr Daniel YeoFilling Fast
JC2H2 PhysicsMarymountSun, 4:30-6:30pmMr Raymond CaiFilling Fast
JC2H2 PhysicsJurongSat, 2:30-4:30pmMr Raymond CaiFilling Fast
JC2H2 PhysicsBukit TimahSun, 9-11amMr Raymond CaiFilling Fast
JC2H2 PhysicsKembanganSat, 2-4pmMr Daniel YeoFilling Fast
JC2H2 PhysicsKovanSun, 12:30-2:30pmMr Daniel YeoFilling Fast
JC2H2 BiologyBishanSun, 2:15-4:15pmMr Alex XuFull
JC2H2 BiologyBishanSun, 12-2pmMr Alex XuFilling Fast
JC2H2 BiologyBukit TimahSat, 9-11amMr Alex XuFull
JC2H2 BiologyKembanganSat, 4:45-6:45pmMr Alex XuFull
JC2H2 MathsKembanganSat, 11:30-1:30pmMr Teng Kah SengFilling Fast
JC2General PaperMarymountFri, 7:15-9:15pmMr Denson LoFilling Fast
JC1General PaperJurongSun, 1:15-3:15pmMr Denson LoAvailable
JC2General PaperKembanganSat, 2:30-4:30pmMr Denson LoAvailable
JC2General PaperKovanSat 9-11amMr Nicholas LimFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsBishanTue, 5-7pmMr Harry TiewAvailable
JC2H2 EconomicsKovanSat, 11:15-1:15pmMr Fung Jia PeiAvailable
JC2H2 EconomicsMarymountFri, 4.45-6.45pmMr Gilbert LeeFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsMarymountFri, 7-9pmMr Gilbert LeeFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsJurongThu, 7:15-9:15pmMr Koh Chee WeeAvailable
JC2H2 EconomicsBishanSat, 11:15-1:15pmMr Koh Chee WeeAvailable
JC2H2 EconomicsBishanTue, 7.15-9.15pm (HCI, NYJC & VJC Class)Mr Koh Chee WeeFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsKembanganThurs, 7:15-9:15pm Mr Gilbert LeeFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsKembanganSat, 11:15-1:15amMr Loh Zhi HongAvailable
JC1H2 EconomicsKembanganSun, 11:15-1:15am (DHS, NJC, RI Class)Mr Loh Zhi HongFilling Fast
JC2H2 EconomicsKembanganFri, 7.15-9.15pmMr Koh Chee WeeFull
JC2H1 EconomicsKembanganFri, 7.15-9.15pmMr Phay Teik EngFilling Fast
JC2H1 EconomicsMarymountSun, 11.30-1.30pmMs Nah Seok LingFilling Fast
JC2H1 EconomicsJurongSat, 11.15-1.15pmMs Nah Seok LingFilling Fast
JC2H2 MathsBishanSun, 2:15-4:15pmMr Terence ChiaFilling Fast
JC2H2 MathsMarymountSat, 11:15-1:15pmMr Damian CheeAvailable
JC2H2 MathsJurongSat, 9-11amMs Ruby NgFilling Fast
JC2H2 MathsBukit TimahSun, 4:30-6:30pmMs Ruby NgFilling Fast
JC2H2 MathsKembanganSun, 11:15-1:15pmMr Damian CheeFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryBishanThurs, 7:15-9:15pmMr Low Kwee PengAvailable
JC2H2 ChemistryMarymountSat, 9-11amMr David WongFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryJurongSat, 9-11amMr Mike WangFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryKembanganSat, 5-7pmMr Mike WangFilling Fast
JC2H2 PhysicsBishanSat, 9-11amMr Raymond CaiFull
JC2H2 PhysicsKovanSun, 2:45-4:45pmMr Daniel YeoFilling Fast
JC2H2 ChemistryMarymountFri, 7-9pmMr David WongFilling Fast
JC1 H2 BiologyKembanganSat, 2.30-4.30pmMr Alex XuFilling Fast
JC1H2 ChemistryKembanganThurs, 7.15-9.15pmMr Au Chee PingAvailable
JC1H2 EconomicsMarymountSat, 2.15-4.15pm (ASRJC, ACJC, EJC, CJC, TMJC, JPJC, RVHS, SAJC, TJC, YIJC Class)Mr Fung Jia PeiFilling Fast
JC1H2 EconomicsMarymountSun, 4.30-6.30pm (RI, NJC, DHS Class)Mr Gilbert LeeFull
JC1H2 MathsMarymountSat, 9-11amMr Damian CheeAvailable
JC2H2 MathsMarymountSat, 2.30-4.30pmMr Teng Kah SengAvailable
JC2H2 MathsKembanganFri, 4.45-6.45pm (DHS Class)Mr Teng Kah SengAvailable
JC1H2 MathsBishanSun, 4.30-6.30pmMr Terence ChiaFull
JC2H2 PhysicsKembanganSun, 2.15-4.15pmMr Aaron TanAvailable
JC1H2 PhysicsKembanganSun, 4.30-6.30pmMr Aaron TanAvailable
JC1H2 MathsKembanganFri, 7-9pm (DHS Class)Mr Teng Kah SengAvailable
JC2H2 EconomicsKembanganThurs, 7-9pm (VJC, HCI, NYJC class)Mr Loh Zhi HongFull
JC2H2 ChemistryKovanFri, 7.15-9.15pmMr Low Kwee PengAvailable
JC2H1 EconomicsKovanSat, 2-4pmMr Phay Teik EngAvailable
JC2H2 ChemistryJurongMon, 7-9pmMr Mike WangFilling Fast
JC1H2 ChemistryMarymountSat, 11.15-1.15pmMr David WongAvailable
JC2H2 BiologyKovanSun, 4.30-6.30pm Mr BalajiAvailable
JC1H1 EconomicsKovanThurs, 7.15-9.15pmMr Phay Teik EngAvailable
JC2H2 BiologyKembanganFri, 7.15-9.15pmMr BalajiAvailable
JC1H1 EconomicsKembanganSun, 4.30-6.30pmMr Phay Teik EngAvailable
JC1H1 EconomicsMarymountMon, 7.15-9.15pmMs Nah Seok LingAvailable
JC1H1 EconomicsJurongSat, 9-11amMs Nah Seok LingAvailable
JC1H1 MathsBishanThurs, 7.15-9.15pmMr Sng Tat MingAvailable
JC2H2 BiologyBishanSat, 9-11amMr BalajiAvailable
JC1H2 BiologyMarymountSun, 9-11amMr BalajiAvailable
JC1H2 BiologyJurongSun, 12.15-2.15pmMr Lee Shi HaoAvailable
JC1General PaperKovanSun, 11.15-1.15Mr FaridAvailable
JC2General PaperKovanMon, 7-9pmMr FaridAvailable
JC1H2 ChemistryBishanWed, 7-9pmMr Low Kwee PengAvailable
JC1H2 MathsJurongThurs, 7-9pmMr Teng Kah SengAvailable
JC1General PaperKembanganSun, 2.15-4.15pmMr FaridAvailable

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