JC Prelims and Promos Crash Course

Not doing well for your mid year exams and struggling with specific JC topics, then this JC modular crash course is for you!

Learners’ Lodge’s JC Prelim and Promos Modular Crash Course is designed to strengthen your foundation and subject mastery thru guided worksheets and our proprietary learning system.
From 2nd Aug to 12th September, our highly experienced and qualified ex-JC teachers, with a proven track record in tutoring thousands of JC students will be conducting a series of modules to help students achieve their distinction!

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DO I HAVE TO ATTEND ALL THE WORKSHOPS?

Students can choose which topics they want to revise. For example, a student may choose to attend three workshops in Economics, two in Mathematics and only one workshop in Chemistry. This approach allows students to pick the specific topics they need most and allow them to choose which best fit their needs.*

All topics are open to both JC1 and JC2 students, as long as they have already learnt the topics and the topics will be covered in their upcoming exams.

*Students must attend a series of related crash course topics. E.g. Maths’ Vectors 1, 2 and 3.

WHO CONDUCTS THESE WORKSHOPS?

All workshops are carried out by highly experienced and qualified ex-JC teachers who have many years of experience and a proven track record in tutoring thousands of JC students to ace their JC1 Promos and JC2 Prelim exams.

WHERE WILL THE WORKSHOPS BE CONDUCTED?

All the JC Prelims and Promos Crash Course lessons will be live-streamed online via Zoom.

How much does the crash course cost?

✔ 1 topic ($60)

✔ 5-9 topics (10% off)

✔ 10 or more topics (20% off)

JC Prelims and Promos Crash Course Subjects

Biology
Chemistry
Economics
Mathematics
Physics

BIOLOGY

Biology Topics

Topic: Biomolecules – Carbohydrates, Proteins & Enzymes

Schedule: Aug 11, 2021, Wed | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Alex Xu (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

If collagen and cellulose sound the same to you, this is the workshop you should be attending. Let’s speed up your revision with some enzymatic action too.

Status: Available

Topic: DNA Structure & DNA Replication

Schedule: Aug 18, 2021, Wed | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Alex Xu (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Are the leading and lagging strands confusing you? Join us for a quick 3-hour session to recap the basic molecular structure of DNA and the process of DNA replication.

Status: Available

Topic: Transcription and Translation & Control of Eukaryotic Gene Expression

Schedule: Aug 25, 2021, Wed | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Alex Xu (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Is the world of transcription and translation turning you upside down? Does DNA methylation and alternative RNA splicing sound like words from another universe? Breathe, and join us for this workshop.

Status: Available

Topic: Inheritance (Genetic Basis of Variation)

Schedule: Sep 1, 2021, Wed |6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Alex Xu (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

For JC1s who need a crash course for this topic and for JC2s who immediately skip any genetics question in your tests, Welcome!

Status: Available

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CHEMISTRY

Chemistry Topics

Topic: Chemical Bonding

Schedule: Aug 9, 2021, Mon | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Au Chee Ping (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Learn the relationship between bonding and structure; Dot-and-cross diagrams (especially anions with covalent bonds); and how to easily compare the different intermolecular forces of attraction.

Status: Available

Topic: Atoms, Molecules and Redox

Schedule: Aug 16, 2021, Mon | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Au Chee Ping (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Mole concept problem solving; Balancing redox equations; Finding oxidation number (especially covalent structures with multiple atoms); Back titration problem solving

Status: Available

Topic: Chemical Energetics

Schedule: Aug 23, 2021, Mon | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Au Chee Ping (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Learn how to draw energy cycles (both generic and Born-Haber) and apply Hess’ Law effectively.

Status: Available

Topic: Reaction Kinetics

Schedule: Aug 30, 2021, Mon | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Au Chee Ping (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Understanding the rate equation and its relationship to different graphs (rate vs concentration; concentration vs time)

Status: Available

Topic: Chemical Equilibria

Schedule: Sept 6, 2021, Mon | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Au Chee Ping (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Get detailed understanding and application of LCP; Effective calculations involving Kc

Status: Available

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ECONOMICS

Economics Topics

Topic: Demand and Supply I

Schedule: Aug 14, 2021, Sat | 4:30-7:30PM

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Fung Jia Pei (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Essay writing skills and case study answering techniques (Type 1, 4 and 5 Part (a) Essay Questions)

  1. Learn how to analyse question requirements and identify the relevant approach in answering them.
  2. Learn how to provide in-depth analysis of demand, supply and elasticity concepts.

*Students must attend all 3 parts of Demand and Supply.

Status: Available

Topic: Demand and Supply II

Schedule: Aug 21, 2021, Sat | 4:30pm-7:30pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Fung Jia Pei (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Essay writing skills and case study answering techniques (Type 2 and 3 Part (b) essay questions)

  1. Learn how to analyse question requirements and identify the relevant approach in answering them.
  2. Learn how to provide in-depth analysis of demand, supply and elasticity concepts.
  3. Learn how to provide evaluative comments for different questions types.

*Students must attend all 3 parts of Demand and Supply.

Status: Available

Topic: Demand and Supply III

Schedule: Aug 28, 2021, Sat | 4:30pm-7:30pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Fung Jia Pei (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Essay writing skills and case study answering techniques (Type 1 and 5 Part (b) essay questions)

  1. Learn how to analyse question requirements and identify the relevant approach in answering them.
  2. Learn how to provide in-depth analysis of demand, supply and elasticity concepts.
  3. Learn how to provide evaluative comments for different questions types.

*Students must attend all 3 parts of Demand and Supply.

Status: Available

Topic: Market Failure

Schedule: Aug 10, 2021, Tue | 7:00pm-10:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Harry Tiew (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Case Study Skills

  1. Learn how to identify the different types of case study questions and the relevant approach in answering them.
  2. Apply various market failure concepts to the given context in a case study paper.
  3. Discuss and evaluate policy solutions in the real-world context.
  4. Learn how to manage your time in the case study paper

*Students must attend both parts of Market Failure.

Status: Filling Fast

Topic: Market Failure

Schedule: Aug 17, 2021, Tue | 7:00pm-10:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Harry Tiew (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Essay Writing Skills

  1. Learn how to analyse essay questions and identify the relevant approach in answering them.
  2. Learn the in-depth analysis for various sources of market failure like asymmetric information and factor immobility.
  3. Learn how to explain the factors to be considered by economic agents in rational decision-making.

*Students must attend both parts of Market Failure.

Status: Filling Fast

Topic: Firms and Decisions I

Schedule: Aug 24, 2021, Tue | 7:00pm-10:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Harry Tiew (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Case Study Skills

  1. Learn how to identify the different types of case study questions and the relevant approach in answering them
  2. Apply various “Firms and Decisions” concepts to the given context in a case study paper
  3. Learn how to manage your time in the case study paper

*Students must attend all 3 parts of Firms and Decisions.

Status: Filling Fast

Topic: Firms and Decisions II

Schedule: Aug 31, 2021, Tue | 7:00pm-10:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Harry Tiew (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Essay Writing skills I

  1. Learn how to analyse essay questions and identify the relevant approach in answering them.
  2. Learn the in-depth analysis for firms’ objectives and strategies, and the impact of firms’ decisions on different economic agents

*Students must attend all 3 parts of Firms and Decisions.

Status: Filling Fast

Topic: Firms and Decisions III

Schedule: Sept 7, 2021, Tue | 7:00pm-10:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Harry Tiew (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Essay Writing skills I

  1. Learn how to analyse essay questions and identify the relevant approach in answering them.
  2. Learn the in-depth analysis for firms’ objectives and strategies, and the impact of firms’ decisions on different economic agents

*Students must attend all 3 parts of Firms and Decisions.

Status: Filling Fast

Topic: Introduction to Macroeconomics I

Schedule: Sept 4, 2021, Sat | 4:30pm-7:30pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Fung Jia Pei (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

*Students must attend both parts of Introduction to Macroeconomics.

Status: Available

Topic: Introduction to Macroeconomics II

Schedule: Sept 11, 2021, Sat | 4:30pm-7:30pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Fung Jia Pei (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

*Students must attend both parts of Introduction to Macroeconomics.

Status: Available

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MATHEMATICS

Mathematics Topics

Topic: Sequence & Series, AP/GP

Schedule: Aug 8, 2021, Sun | 4:00pm-7:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Gnan (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Topics Concerned are Application of Sigma Notation, Method of Difference, Condition for Convergence and Divergence, Application of Formulae for AP,GP, Infinite Series Summation. The plan for the lesson is firstly, theory/concepts will be cleared for the students, followed by worked examples which focus on how to tackle exam questions better. Finally practice questions and discussion of questions so that by the end students would have fully grasped the topic.

Status: Available

Topic: Functions

Schedule: Aug 19, 2021, Thu | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Gnan (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Course will focus on concepts of function domain and range, One to one Function, Relationships between function and inverse function and Condition for Inverse function and Composite function. The plan for the lesson is firstly, theory/concepts will be cleared for the students, followed by worked examples which focus on how to tackle exam questions better. Finally practice questions and discussion of questions so that by the end students would have fully grasped the topic.

Status: Filling Fast

Topics: Graphing I (Techniques, Conics) 

Schedule: Aug 12, 2021, Thu | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Gnan (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

The course will be focusing on Turning points, Asymptotes, Line of symmetry, X, Y restrictions and sketching graphs including circle, ellipse, hyperbola, parabola. The plan for the lesson is first, theory/concepts will be cleared for the students, followed by worked examples which focus on how to tackle exam questions better. Finally, practice questions and discussion of questions so that by the end students would have fully grasped the topic.

*Students must attend both parts of Graphing.

Status: Available

Topics: Graphing II (Parametric Equations & Transformation)

Schedule: Aug 15, 2021, Sun | 4:00pm-7:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Gnan (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

The course will be focusing on Horizontal and Vertical Transformation, Reflection about axes, Stretching and shrinking graphs, Relating inverse, modular and reciprocal graphs, Simple Parametric equations and graphs with GC Application. The plan for the lesson is firstly, theory/concepts will be cleared for the students, followed by worked examples which focus on how to tackle exam questions better. Finally, practice questions and discussion of questions so that by the end students would have fully grasped the topic.

*Students must attend both parts of Graphing.

Status: Available

Topic: Vectors I (Basic)

Schedule: Aug 22, 2021, Sun | 4:00pm-7:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Gnan (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

The course will focus on the Definition and properties of Vectors, Condition for parallel Vectors, Ratio Theorem, Vectors in 2D and 3D with Column Vector notation, Concept and Application of Scalar Product and Vector Product (Cross Product). The plan for the lesson is first, theory/concepts will be cleared for the students, followed by worked examples which focus on how to tackle exam questions better. Finally, practice questions and discussion of questions so that by the end students would have fully grasped the topic.

*Students must attend all 3 parts of Vectors.

Status: Filling Fast

Topic: Vectors II (Lines)

Schedule: Aug 26, 2021, Thu | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Gnan (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Course will focus on Vector Equation and Cartesian Equation of a line, Finding the foot of the perpendicular and distance from a point to a line, Angle between 2 lines, Relationship between 2 lines (Intersect, Parallel lines, Skew lines). The plan for the lesson is firstly, theory/concepts will be cleared for the students, followed by worked examples which focus on how to tackle exam questions better. Finally practice questions and discussion of questions, so that by the end students would have fully grasped the topic.

*Students must attend all 3 parts of Vectors.

Status: Filling Fast

Topic: Vectors III (Planes)

Schedule: Aug 29, 2021, Sun | 4:00pm-7:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Gnan (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

The course will be focusing on Vector Equation of plane (Parametric from, Scalar Product Form, Cartesian Form), Finding the foot of the perpendicular and distance from a point to a plane, Angle between 2 Planes, Relationship between line and plane, Intersection of 2 planes. The plan for the lesson is first, theory/concepts will be cleared for the students, followed by worked examples which focus on how to tackle exam questions better. Finally practice questions and discussion of questions, so that by the end students would have fully grasped the topic.

*Students must attend all 3 parts of Vectors.

Status: Filling Fast

Topic: Application of Differentiation I (Maxima, Minima & Maclaurin’s Series)

Schedule: Sept 2, 2021, Thu | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Gnan (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

The course will be focusing on Finding Maximum, Minimum, Point of Inflexion by using First and Second Derivatives with real applications, Condition for Concave up, Concave down, increasing function, decreasing function, Finding Maclaurin’s Series by referring MF 26 and by using Differentiation. The plan for the lesson is first, theory/concepts will be cleared for the students, followed by worked examples which focus on how to tackle exam questions better. Finally practice questions and discussion of questions, so that by the end students would have fully grasped the topic.

*Students must attend both parts of Application of Differentiation.

Status: Filling Fast

Topic: Application of Differentiation II (Rates of Change, Tangents & Normal)

Schedule: Sept 5, 2021, Sun | 4:00pm-7:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Gnan (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

The course will focus on Rates of Change of Different Parameters (Height, Area, Volume) at a given instance by utilising Chain Rule, Finding Equations of Tangents and Normal to a curve by using differentiation, Intersection points between Curve and Tangent/Normal. The plan for the lesson is firstly, theory/concepts will be cleared for the students, followed by worked examples which focus on how to tackle exam questions better. Finally practice questions and discussion of questions, so that by the end students would have fully grasped the topic.

*Students must attend both parts of Application of Differentiation.

Status: Filling Fast

Topic: Integration I (Integration Techniques with By Parts and Substitution)

Schedule: Sept 9, 2021, Thu | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Gnan (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

Course will focus on Integration by parts for mixed functions by using L.I.A.T.E order. Integration by using suitable substitutions for mixed Functions. The plan for the lesson is firstly, theory/concepts will be cleared for the students, followed by worked examples which focus on how to tackle exam questions better. Finally practice questions and discussion of questions, so that by the end students would have fully grasped the topic.

*Students must attend both parts of Integration.

Status: Available

Topic: Integration II (Area and Volume)

Schedule: Sept 12, 2021, Sun | 4:00pm-7:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Gnan (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

The course will focus on Area Under a curve, Area between 2 Curves, Finding Volume generated by a curve revolving around the X-Axis and Y-axis. The plan for the lesson is first, theory/concepts will be cleared for the students, followed by worked examples which focus on how to tackle exam questions better. Finally practice questions and discussion of questions, so that by the end students would have fully grasped the topic.

*Students must attend both parts of Integration.

Status: Available

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Physics

Physics Topics

Topic: Kinematics

Schedule: Aug 11, 2021, Wed | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Raymond Cai (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

We will be focusing on the key skills for solving motion in 1D and 2-dimensions, using equations of motion as well as the graphical approach

Status: Available

Topic: Dynamics

Schedule: Aug 18, 2021, Wed | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Raymond Cai (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

We will be helping students to solve for free-body diagrams, subsequently applying the different forms of Newton’s 2nd Law. We will also be looking at the various conservation of momentum scenarios in collisions.

Status: Available

Topic: Forces

Schedule: Aug 25, 2021, Wed | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Raymond Cai (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

We will help students master solving for static equilibrium, as well as being familiarised with the new forces in the syllabus such as elastic force and Upthrust.

Status: Available

Topic: Work, Energy and Power

Schedule: Sept 1, 2021, Wed | 6:00pm-9:00pm

Venue: Live-streamed online via Zoom

Taught by: Mr Raymond Cai (See profile)

Class size: Maximum of 12 students

Crash course objectives:

We will help students master conservation of energy, as well as the critical importance of work done in the syllabus. Students will also master how to find Power.

Status: Available

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