Class Schedule Arrangement
1. How can I register for the courses?
You can register by phone, email or in person. Once the schedule is set, we will send you a confirmation email with the invoice and application form. The payment has to be settled at least two days before the first session of the class. The lesson will only be confirmed upon receipt of full payment.
2. How can I pay the tuition fee?
Payment can be made by cash, cheque, or bank deposit. We do not accept credit cards or EPS payments.
3. What should I do if I cannot attend the lesson?
According to our Policies on Students’ Absence from Classes, students are required to give us advance notice of not less than 48 hours prior to the date of absence. Exemptions will only be given for absence due to sickness supported by a medical certificate, or other reasonable causes of emergency. Otherwise, half of the tuition fee will be charged for that session.
Any student who fails to attend class without giving the School any notice in advance needs to pay the full amount of the tuition fee for that particular session.
4. Do you provide make-up sessions?
For private tuition, we try to provide a make-up; however, if a make-up session cannot be arranged, the payment will be carried forward to offset the next payment instead.
For group tuition, no make-up sessions will be arranged. However, the student may want to consider booking a one-on-one session with the teacher at the standard private tuition rate to cover the topics missed.
5. What are your opening hours?
Our regular opening hours are 12 noon – 8:30pm Mondays to Fridays, and 10am – 6:30pm on Saturdays. During the summer months as well as the Christmas and Easter holidays, our opening hours will be extended to 9am – 8:30pm Mondays to Fridays, and 10am- 6:30pm on Saturdays. The opening hours are subject to change without prior notice. Please contact us for details.
6. Do you offer trial lessons?
Yes, any student who has never taken the class before can request one free trial lesson.
Different Types of Classes
1. What types of classes/courses do you offer? What are the differences?
In general, there are two types of tuition we offer:
– Class tuition: The schedule and topics are fixed. The course content is designed by following the IGCSE syllabus and suitable for students sitting exams offered by different exam boards. The class size is 2 to 4 students.
– Private tuition: The lessons are more flexible as the students can choose their own time slot and the class content can be tailor-made according to the students’ levels and needs. We offer both one-on-one private tuition and private group tuition.
2. What is the rate for one-on-one tuition or private group tuition?
Please refer to the table of “Tuition Charges List”
3. What are Seasonal Courses?
Apart from the regular courses, we offer seasonal short courses during the summer months as well as the Christmas and Easter holidays. These courses are especially suitable for overseas students returning to Hong Kong during their school holidays. The courses are more intensive and focused than regular courses. The summer courses usually provide a brief review of the topics learnt the past year and a preview of the topics for the upcoming academic year. The Christmas courses usually review what the students have learnt in the past few months and introduce some new topics in advance.The Easter courses usually focus on final revision and past paper drilling. Please check our website or contact us for details.
4. Apart from IGCSE, IB and GCE tuition, what other types of courses do you offer?
We also provide private tuition for DSE, SAT, IELTS and Key Stage 3 (suitable for Year 7-9 students from international schools). Please contact us for details.
1. Is there any extra charge for the class materials such as notes, exercises and past papers?
No, all class materials are included. There is no extra charge for the class materials.
2. Are the courses suitable for students sitting exams offered by all exam boards?
Yes, our regular courses are designed by our teachers following the IGCSE syllabus for both the CIE and Edexcel exam boards. Different question types of the different exam boards will be covered in the courses.
3. I do not study IGCSE at school but I am going to take the IGCSE exam as a private candidate. Are the courses suitable for me?
Yes. As the IGCSE syllabus and HKDSE syllabus are not entirely the same, you may miss some topics if your school follows the HKDSE curriculum. Our regular courses are suitable for you as all the topics in the IGCSE syllabus will be covered. You may also want to consider signing up for private tuition if you would like to study all the topics within a short period. The teacher can also go through specific topics that you have not learnt in your school in detail.