I always look forward to Mr Yeo’s lessons. His lessons are interactive and interesting. He breaks down a complex topic into parts for us to understand and gives us adequate worksheets to polish our answering skills. Most importantly, Mr Yeo gave us important tips in securing marks in ‘A’ Level Physics paper.
Lee Jun Ming, Pioneer Junior College (2016)
Mr. Yeo has been crucial in helping me to attain ‘A’ for Physics. Initially, I got a ‘U’ grade. After I joined his class, I had been steadily improving my Physics. He was encouraging, talked to me regularly and spent a lot of time to explain the complicated topics. When I did not understand an explanation, he would keep trying to explain to me in different ways until I understood the question. He is a patient and kind teacher. Thanks for helping me throughout my J2.
Kendrew Chan, Pioneer Junior College
Cheong Hao Shaun, National Junior College (2018)
Thank you for being an encouraging and caring tutor! I admire your passion. Thank you for continuously motivating us to push for an A even though I joined with a goal of just wanting to pass. Thank you for your dedication, replying and answering our questions despite your busy schedule. I enjoy your lessons!
Chelsea, Temasek Junior College (2018)
Thank you for your constant guidance as well as your encouraging words. Your words gave me the confidence to believe in myself and give myself another shot at physics. Your lessons never failed to push me on to strive for excellence. Once again, thank you very much.
Goh Guan Hao, Serangoon Junior College (2017)
Thanks for being friendly, encouraging & patient with the class throughout these few months that I’ve joined LL!! I think I have made small visible improvements and have become more confident in understanding Physics concepts!! Hope you will continue guiding many students after our batch so that they can reach their desired goals. Thank you!!
Shanel Han, Meridian Junior College (2017)
Thank you for your guidance for the past two years! You made the harder topics of Physics seem simpler, and taught us all the essential concepts we needed! The weekly practices leading up to the A-levels were extremely helpful, especially the planning exercises! Thank you so much for helping me get straight As for school exams, and also A-levels!
Chua Huixian, Victoria Junior College (2017)
Mr Daniel Yeo is a cheerful and very caring teacher who is able to make personalised teaching even in a group lesson. Having taught for many years his experience and encounters with many different kinds of students have helped hone his teaching abilities. Mr Yeo constantly updates himself with new A-levels content making him a truly A-level specialist. Mr Yeo is a very kind teacher who never resorts to scolding to maintain class order or get one to study. Instead, the quality of teaching and promise of better results motivates the student to listen attentively. Mr Yeo’s concise notes and ample practice has allowed me to survive school exams with ease even without listening in school lectures. He is an understanding teacher who can push a weak student to his greatest potential and a strong student to continue scoring. It was definitely a fun and essential learning experience which I will miss.
Andy Andikko, Hwa Chong Junior College (2017)
Mr Yeo is a very proficient and superb physics teacher. He can explain and help me comprehend complex physics concepts. On top of that, he gives clear and concise notes and plenty of practices. The practice he gives covers a wide range of possible permutations of questions that may come out in the exam.
He is a very friendly, patient and understanding teacher, and is eager to clarify any doubts we have. I will recommend any friend who needs help in Physics to him.
Dylan Chuah, Temasek Junior College
Natasha Tay, Anglo-Chinese Junior College
Mr Yeo has been very crucial in helping me to secure my A for Physics in the A levels. Joining his class with confused concepts that seemed daunting, he managed to make those concepts simple and clear! He’s also an easy going person and is always willing to help with questions over WhatsApp too!
Ernest, Anglo-Chinese Junior College
Natalie, Raffles Institution
Mr Yeo is a very patient teacher with lots of humour involved in his teachings. His lessons are fascinating and concise to the point. My experience with him as a teacher was fantastic as he guided me along to understand complex concepts and even taking time off to answer my questions outside class. Thank you, Mr Yeo!!!
Tham Jay Shen, Meridian Junior College
Mr Yeo’s method of teaching and notes changed the way I approached physics ever since I joined his class. The use of simplified explanations and external resources to complement his existing notes proved to be extremely useful. He has helped me to improve my physics grades from a D to an A for the A Levels and I am very thankful for that. Thank you for your hard work and dedication, Mr Yeo!
Joshua Chow, Temasek Junior College
Mr Daniel Yeo made Physics very interesting as his lessons are very interactive and he always links Physics to real-world applications and scenarios. A dedicated teacher, Mr Yeo often offers his help to clear our doubts even after lessons and motivates us to continue to work hard. His chapter summaries and SPA worksheets have particularly been useful in helping us to consolidate what we have learnt and better prepare us for exams and the A levels. Thank you, Mr Yeo! Thank you for always being so patient and understanding, you have made me passionate about Physics!
Bao Yi, Hwa Chong Institution
Experience is the best teacher and Mr Yeo has the experience! Mr Yeo is a teacher proficient in his teaching pedagogies. He can cater to the needs of different students as well as engage the class. The notes he prepares are concise, clear, and consists of relevant diagrams to aid our understanding. His meticulous and patient personality ensures that even the smallest details are not short-changed. He takes the effort to make sure the concept is understood well by everyone. Mr Yeo includes relevant examples and information outside of the syllabus to provide us with an in-depth knowledge of the subject.
Jonathon Yee, River Valley High School
I have disliked Physics since the beginning of JC1 because of how much I couldn’t understand and grasp the subject. However, I started joining Mr Yeo’s Physics tuition in June when I signed up for the holiday crash course. I later joined Mr Yeo’s weekly tuition. I found the lessons very useful because of Mr Yeo’s clear explanation and engaging lessons. His concise summary also helped me a lot in understanding and remembering the main points. Mr Yeo was a very patient teacher who wouldn’t mind explaining the concepts again and again so that we would understand. He would even stay back after class when we needed further clarification.
Wan Pei, Pioneer Junior College
I have never understood physics and its basic concepts during the first few months of JC1 until I went to Mr Yeo’s physics tuition. Mr Yeo is a very dedicated physics teacher who is willing to teach his students and made sure we understood the true essence of physics. The way he explains is fascinating and fun, he will crack jokes and tell stories once in a while and the time spent on reviewing the chapter’s overview was short but enough to capture the concepts which I found it very useful. He gives us valuable tips on Cambridge mark scheme and what they are looking for by his years of experience. After attending almost 1 and a half years of his class, I felt I have gained a lot and finally understood the basic concepts of physics. Mr Yeo is a very approachable teacher, and I have benefited from him. He is one of the best and most passionate teachers I have come across.
Thank You, Mr Yeo!
Raeann Tan, Catholic Junior College
Mr Yeo is one of the most passionate teachers I have ever come across. With his many years of experience as a Physics teacher, his passion for teaching always seems to be growing. He is patient and very detailed when conducting his lessons. In class, he would input exciting application of physics concept making it more relatable for us to understand. It has certainly sparked my interest in physics in the real world.
Mr Yeo prepares his notes and revises them to make sure they are up to date on the syllabus and apt for examinations. Summary notes are provided to allow fast recap before exams and ensure all key points are addressed.
Besides imparting knowledge, Mr Yeo has also played the role as a pillar of support to all his students. He would inject confidence in you; encourage you to break your limit slowly but surely guiding us to our goal. He gives valuable assessment base on your class and school performance and ways to improve after that.
Rachael Chua, Meridian Junior College
I joined Mr Yeo’s JC Physics tuition class about six months before the A-level examinations; his lessons revolve mainly around practice questions, which are very helpful. Also, he encourages us to share our misconceptions and weaknesses with the class before clarifying them; this allowed me to learn what mistakes people tend to make and learn from them as well.
Mr Yeo made H2 Physics very interesting as he always linked concepts to real-world applications which are not seen in school notes. More importantly, like all good teachers, Mr Yeo has a great passion for physics, which influenced me to like it as well. The lesson pace is also very suited for all students as he would help the weaker students and push the stronger ones to improve further. His commitment to teaching also shows when he stays back after each lesson to listen to our questions.
Eric Fok, River Valley High School
Mr Daniel Yeo is an incredibly committed teacher whose has a great passion for Physics. He is a teacher who can relate well to his students, therefore allowing me to feel at ease to ask questions, no matter how simple they were. His lessons are well planned and engaging and he can help students who learn at a slower pace too.
Before attending Mr Yeo’s lessons, I studied physics by memorising formulas and by doing many practices. However, he taught me the importance of understanding the concepts and learning to apply them to different questions. His teaching has helped me improve tremendously from struggling to pass in school to an ‘A’ at A Levels.
Lee Ying Ting, Hwa Chong Institution
Mr Daniel Yeo is one of the best teachers I have known. He is a very dedicated and experienced teacher, who often stays behind after class to explain the tough physics concepts to me. Before joining Mr Yeo’s class, I was confused with the complex concepts and ideas behind those topics taught in H2 Physics. Mr Yeo can break down these complicated concepts and explain them in a simplified manner which makes learning Physics much easier and less arduous.
Mr Daniel Yeo is a dedicated teacher who does not hesitate to stay behind after every lesson to explain the Physics concepts behind every equation and Physics law. As a slow learner, I appreciate his help and dedication. He takes great care to answer our every doubt in detail and does not mind explaining specific concepts over and over again until we understood everything.
I found his summarised notes extremely helpful, with all the essential concepts, equations and definitions neatly presented in bite-sized pieces which is much easier to digest. They come in handy before major tests and examinations where time is of the essence, making my learning journey much more enjoyable.
My Physics journey is akin to a marathon, and Mr Daniel Yeo served as a great coach, helping me up when I fall, cheering me on when I needed them most, and assisting me to overcome any hurdles that I faced. I am thankful to have him as my Physics tutor, who is an exceptional teacher and an excellent mentor.
Jonathon Phua, Hwa Chong Institution
Physics has always been an elusive subject for me. Contrary to popular opinion where “you just got to understand how it works and everything will just flow from there”, my two year H2 physics journey has honestly proven otherwise. Up till my promotional exams in J1, I still did not know precisely what was going on in class. Every single time I tried to apply the concepts taught after an intensive self-study session or sitting through a lecture with my ears pricked up, I would ALWAYS end up at this point where the answer to the question defies my train of thought. Disappointment ensues, and the interest in physics dwindles with my self-confidence. They say reward correlates with the amount of effort put in, but to me, it has never been that way.
Physics has completed defeated me. I loathed every single bit of it. I even considered retaining so that I could change my subject combination. Because to me, hard work never pays off on this subject. If you were to tell me that I would eventually come to score an A in the A-Levels, in no way would I have believed you. I have never gotten anywhere above a ‘D’, let alone a distinction. Desperate, I consulted this “super physics tutor” who swears by his “condensed yet concise notes”, “step-by-step teaching methods” and more importantly a “93% distinction”. Surprisingly, it did not work for me AT ALL. To each his own, I suppose. His methods aren’t as useful for people like me who require explaining-all-over-again whenever there is a lapse in my application, nor do his one-page summaries which were supposed to prompt a jolt in memory and bring the student back to the concepts taught in the tuition class. I hit rock-bottom when after six months of tuition I still could not sit through a test without doubting every single answer I wrote after preparing so hard. Of course, I failed them all. I left the centre after promos.
Miraculously, I managed to promote. In J2, a while after school re-opened, a close friend of mine introduced me to Mr Yeo, citing him for his tremendous patience and exuberance. I joined, NEVER to expect the change this teacher was about to bring to my life. You see, at that time, my self-confidence was in shambles; so is my attitude towards learning physics. I still remember the fateful Wednesday evening when I first met him. He walked into the classroom, greeted me and asked about my results. I told him that I honestly did not think it will get any better and I will just resign to fate. He laughed, said to me that everything will be fine and that he is always there whenever I need help.
He is so much more than someone whose duty is to explain theories to a bunch of eager-eyed students and making sure they internalise them. What sets him apart from the rest is that he genuinely cares about the well-being of every student. He was always there when I needed help. He believed in me when I all I could do was to doubt myself. He took the time to care, and not only that; he made sure that I KNEW he cared. Not only was he good at teaching and explaining physics (not to mention his all-rounded comprehensive notes), he was good at the personality he reflected – inspiring, motivated, passionate. That, honestly, made all the difference.
I hate to sound all cheesy and corny, but I would not be where I am now if not for Mr Daniel Yeo. They say whenever God shuts a door, somewhere he opens another window. For me, god closed ALL the doors and left a window open which I am so tremendously lucky to have chanced upon during the darkest hours of my JC life. Thank you, Mr Yeo, not only for the ‘A’, but more importantly for what you have inspired me as a person. You will always remain my role model.
Sandy, Anglo-Chinese Junior College