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Today we have something super exciting to share with you. We are sharing the secrets of success for Singapore's best-selling author of the book The Happy Student : 5 Steps to Academic Fulfillment and Success

As an outstanding student himself, together with his experience and knowledge in mentoring and coaching students, he shares his secrets towards his success, as well as give advice to parents, teachers and students altogether. Read on for the interview. 

Read on to find out his success secrets for being an outstanding student as well as tutor. 

The most frustrating part about studying for your exams is this : you open your notes and textbooks, and you realised you do not have any memory about the topic at hand. Because when this happens, it also means you need to read through everything from scratch, try to understand it, and then only actually get down to study and remember it. This takes up a lot of time and effort, and let's face it, we do not have time for that when we are trying to cram for our exams.

In order to avoid this from happening, there is only one simple thing you need to do.  That is, to focus and pay attention in class when the teacher is teaching. This can include lessons in schools or even tuition classes. Whatever it is, if you can focus during the lesson, your work is half done. All you have to do during exams is to review what you learned, and study to understand and remember it better.


But then again, this is much easier said than done. Many of us find it very difficult to pay attention in class. Be it because the subject is boring to you, the teacher speaks in a monotonous voice, or you are easily distracted by any other things other than the actual lesson itself. Sometimes you go through a whole day of classes, and when you get home, you realised you do not recall anything because you were not able to focus at all.

Today we are going to share with you some secrets to be able to focus in class, and at the same time, help you save time on preparing for your exams.

Are you a high-performing student who wants to earn some extra pocket money? Or are you an experienced school teacher looking for a part-time business? Or do you have a great passion for teaching children and helping them in their studies? If you are any of the above, I am pretty sure you have considered becoming a home tutor. 

After all, there seems to be a great demand out there. Many students in school are having difficulties in their homework and their studies and are looking for home tutors that can guide them in various subjects such as Chemistry, Physics, or even basic English or Bahasa Malaysia.

However, due to your lack of experience in teaching or business, you may feel intimidated by the large amount of competition out there. Besides, you may think to yourself, you may not be well-equipped enough to be educating the future generation. You may also think it is not easy to explain concepts to students that are feeling lost in certain subjects. There might also be some of you who is afraid of the responsibilities to guide students through their exams, especially in the important ones like UPSR, PT3, SPM or STPM. 

There are many other reasons that may be stopping you from taking up the challenge to be a professional home tutor. But today, we want to break it down to you, and help you see if you have what it takes to be a private tutor in Malaysia.

There have been quite a lot of debate going on regarding home tuition, or even tuition classes altogether. Some parents think it is important to get their kids a private tutor so they can perform better in school, whereas some parents believe that extra tuition classes actually put too much pressure on their children.

Well, as parents we want our children to have the best. Hence, it is confusing when there are so many different opinions out there telling you what is best. It is a never ending debate when it comes to this.

However, I think it is very important for us to break it down for you so you can get a better insight and make the right decision for your children. 

In order for you to get a better picture, here is a list of pros and cons of home tuition for students in Malaysia. 

As exams and deadlines creep up on you, you are willing to do whatever it takes to stay on track with your work. In an ideal world, you would be studying consistently according to your study schedule, finishing your assignments at least a week before it is due, going through your study materials every afternoon at your library. But let us be brutally honest. It does not always turn out to be this way.

I am sure you have tried really hard to stick to a study schedule. You may have planned out an entire study timetable and paste it on your wall. But as time goes by, it gets forgotten or you just lose motivation to stick to it anymore.




If you are reading this, you are nodding your head along to what has just been said. You know that most exam preparation tips out there expects you to be a highly motivated, self-disciplined student.

But this article is not one of those.

We are going to get right down to business and give you some achievable and practical study tips for you to actually plan a study schedule that you are able to stick to it and follow through all the way till the end of the year.

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