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Sunday, July 13, 2014

Top 10 Reasons to Study in International School

Gain stronger English ability
In Malaysia, most students prefer to speak their mother-tongue instead of English. The situation worsens when they came from vernacular primary school and felt shy to communicate with other students from different races in English. Even if they did try to speak English, the way they speak is always improper where you can easily feel the mixed grammatical structure of Malay and Chinese (aka Malaysian English, e.g. Why you so like that one?). In International School, students are forced to communicate with international students in proper English where students abroad can’t really understand Malaysia English.

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Top 9 Things You Must Know About IGCSE

Have you heard of IGCSE? Have you ever thought of sending your children to the IGCSE instead of the local school? 

Do you know that a different study environment and assessment could leave a great impact on the students’ personal and intellectual development? 

Here are the Top 9 things that you should know about IGCSE in Malaysia.

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Score Biology & Mathematics with Ms. Hwa Li


Ms Tan Hwa Li is an ambitious teacher with strong academic achievements in the past. During her secondary years, she has scored straight A's for every public national examination. She was then graduated with First Class Honour in USM where she majored in Biomedicine. She was also presented with Dean's List Honors Awards for the consistent academic excellence during her undergraduate years.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Is This The Right Primary School For Your Children?

The changeover to primary school is a great bound in a child’s schooling. They go from the nurturing, tranquil atmosphere of a pre-school, nursery or kindergarten to having to actually learn numeracy, reading and writing; and to build the aptitude to process and remember information. Primary school starts between the ages of five to seven, depending on which curriculum you have chosen.

Monday, March 31, 2014

Score SPM Biology & Chemistry with Ms. Elizabeth


Ms. Elizabeth is a dedicated and empathic educator who strives to not only educated and guide but also share and inculcate her love for knowledge amongst her students. She encourage her students to challenge themselves and to hone their existing academic abilities through encouragement and motivation.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Scholarships 2014

Congratulations to all SPM students who received their results today. Good luck and work harder for those who failed to achieve their expectations. There's still chance to success during your pre-u and universities. Do not give up, work harder, strive for your dreams.

The very first thing you need to consider and do now is to look for scholarships and apply it. Don't waste or miss out the opportunity. Try your luck and perform the best of you during interview, you will stand a chance to get a scholarship. Grab a scholarship and further your education.

Here's the list of scholarships available for SPM and STPM scholars. Good luck and all the best :)

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Score SPM & IGCSE Add Maths with Mr. Austin

Additional Mathematics, undeniably one of the hardest and scariest subject for majority of the students. 

It might be a bit headache for you right now, but if you manage to apply the correct techniques accompanied with a proper guidance, scoring in Additional Mathematics is no longer a big deal for you.

His student enjoy his teaching a lot.


Mr. Austin is a high achiever himself during his high school. In tertiary level, he has attained commendable results and achievements. Nurtured by his own interest in Mathematical language, he has been actively teaching Additional Mathematics and Mathematics for more than 7 years.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

7 Common Lies That Women Tell

Who never tell lies? But be extra caution when women tell you these common lies, because they often mean something behind the lies. Haha :)

#1 What to eat? Anything, you decide.

Even if you have suggested or decided what to eat, most of your suggestions (or I should say all of them) will be rejected. Women will normally response to your decision with "Har? But I don't feel like eating it", "It's so fattening! Don't want", "Errr, nope", and etc. Ended up, they will come up with a decision and there goes your meal of the day. Problem solved. 

Thursday, March 13, 2014

IGCSE Exam Timetable May/June 2014

For all Malaysian International Schools taking IGCSE Exam in May/June 2014.

Week One
Mathematics Extended (0580/23) - 06 May 2014 Tuesday | 1 hour 30 mins |
Biology (0610/62) - 06 May 2014 Tuesday | 1 hour |
Physics (0625/62) - 07 May 2014 Wednesday | 1 hour |
Geography (0460/13) - 08 May 2014 Thursday | 1 hour 45 mins |
First Language English [Reading & Writing] Extended (0500/22) Thursday - 08 May 2014 | 2 hours |

Week Two
Mathematics Extended (0580/43) - 12 May 2014 Monday | 2 hours 30 mins |
Geography (0460/23) - 13 May 2014 Tuesday | 1 hour 30 mins |
Chemistry (0620/62) - 13 May 2014 Tuesday | 1 hour |
Biology [Multiple Choice] (0610/12) - 15 May 2014 Thursday | 45 mins |
Biology Extended (0610/32) - 15 May 2014 Thursday | 1 hour 15 mins |
First Language English [Direct Writing & Composition] Ext. (0500/32)  - 16 May 2014 Friday | 2 hours |

Week Three
Physics [Multiple Choice] (0625/12) - 19 May 2014 Monday | 45 mins |
Physics Extended (0625/32) - 19 May 2014 Monday | 1 hour 15 mins |
First Language Chinese [Reading] (0590/13) - 20 May 2014 Tuesday | 2 hours |
First Language Chinese [Writing] (0509/23) - 21 May 2014 Wednesday | 1 hour 15 mins |
Chemistry [Multiple Choice] (0620/12) - 21 May 2014 Wednesday | 45 mins |
Chemistry Extended (0620/32) - 21 May 2014 Wednesday | 1 hour 15 mins |
Geography (0460/43) - 22 May 2014 Thursday | 1 hour 30 mins |
Economics [Multiple Choice] (0455/12) - 23 May 2014 | 45 mins |

Week Four
Economics (0455/22) - 03 June 2014 Tuesday | 2 hours 15 mins |

Week Five
Additional Mathematics (0606/12) - 10 June 2014 Tuesday | 2 hours |
Additional Mathematics (0606/22) - 11 June 2014 Wednesday | 2 hours |


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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

SPM Timetable 2014

Updated: 12 March 2014

The latest SPM Timetable 2014. Here are a few popular papers.

The SPM 2014 starts from 3 November 2014 to 2 December 2014, from the 1st draft of the timetable it is estimated the date and day as the following. We will update again soon. 

5 November 2014, Wednesday- Bahasa Melayu
6 November 2014, Thursday- English
12 November 2014, Wednesday- Sejarah & Prinsip Perakaunan
13 November 2014, Thursday- Sejarah & Prinsip Perakaunan
17 November 2014, Monday- Mathematics

20 November 2014, Thursday - Additional Mathematics
24 November 2014, Monday - Physics
25 November 2014, Tuesday- Chemistry
26 November 2014, Wednesday - Biology

1 December 2014, Tuesday- Bahasa Cina / Arab / Tamil 
2 December 2014, Wednesday - EST 

Friday, March 7, 2014

Choosing The Right Day Care Centre For Your Children

Living cost is increasing dramatically which resulted in both parents work for incomes.
There are normally two camps of parenting nowadays – one where a parent stays at home to look after the child, and more often than not in the current economic climate, one where both parents work. If you are lucky enough to have extended family willing to pitch in and help with childcare, then returning to work can be done with peace of mind.

In many cases live-in help or a caretaker is the better choice, principally in this part of the world; and there are also those who drop their child off at the neighbourhood babysitter’s home. But for a snowballing number of parents, the option of sending their baby or child to a day care centre is increased by leaps and bounds. This is basically because of few factors, which are wanting the child to have the company of other children, and having the reassurance that a reputable day care will provide education, care and fun activities in a clean and safe environment.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Things You Need to Know About Queensland, Australia

Queensland is a small city if compared to Sydney or Melbourne. The lifestyle at this state is really relaxing and kind of laid-back. I would like to say that it's really a nice experience to visit Queensland. It aids to slow down your steps and enjoy your life after busying for months or years. Those are the few things I would like to highlight.

#The University of Queensland

One of the Group of Eight. The campus is seriously big and stunning. It is just more than a university. The lake is huge, the garden is big. It just doesn't look like a university. Undeniably it would be a super good experience to pursue studies here. The environment is just too good. One word, splendid.

#Night Life

To be honest, it was a bit scary for me. The night life over here is seriously crazy. It makes an obvious contrast between day and night in term of amount of people at the streets. When it comes to night, the street where full of night clubs is seriously damn pack to the extent you would see policemen every where. This is probably to control the safeness of the people and prevent fighting after getting drunk. Indeed, there's a number of strip clubs which offers adult entertainment. This is the thing which you will never see in Malaysia. Moreover, it is surprising to find out there's actually more girls when it comes to night life. The number of girls coming out for night life is greatly exceeded the number of guys. Personally think that guys would be on the demand at this point.

Fortitude Valley, Brisbane


The public transportation here is seriously superb. I would like to give a big thumb to this. The buses are always on time. You rarely see them late. They are super efficient and always reach on time. Every 15 minutes there will be a bus. And the estimated arriving time is greatly accurate. This is something Malaysia really need to learn and adapt. I was pretty amazed by the efficiency of their public transportation. Indeed, there's jetty as public transportation at Brisbane river too! 

Public Bus

#Theme Parks

Sea World, Wet & Wild, Movie World, Dream World. All located at Gold Coast. Although it's a bit pricey, but it definitely worth a visit. It's super fun. Sea World is the park which you will get to see aqua animals like dolphins, penguins, pelican and etc. There's roller coasters too. Wet & Wild is water park which is something similar to Sunway Lagoon. But it is much more fun compared to Sunway Lagoon. Aqualoop is the highlight of Wet & Wild for sure. Movie World, my most favourite park among all. Green Lantern coaster, Batwing spaceshot, Superman escape, simply splendid. Pure enjoyment! Something that you would not feel bored of playing it.

Sea World
Polar bear in the house!
Wet & Wild Rockzz
Aqualoop @ Wet & Wild
Aqualoop @ Wet & Wild
Warner Brothers Movie World
Monroe in the house!
We are Justice League!
Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster! 
Green Lantern Coaster
Superman Escape!
Batwing Spaceshot!

#Gold Coast

One of the beauty of Queensland. The seaside is just simply amazing and chilling. Sand, sea, surf, sun, and sensational! You will see people running, working out, cycling along the seaside. The strong wind blows on your face, what you feel is just comfort whereas all your tiredness and sadness will just gone with the wind magically. 

#Currumbin Wildlife

It's a zoo located at Gold Coast. You are able to see and touch koala and kangaroo here! Indeed, Runningman from Korea played one of its station game here! I'm lucky enough to witness the filming here.

The Muscle-Roo
Selfie with kangaroo. Mission accomplished.
Witnessing the filming of Runningman. It's real fun.
Runningman in the town!

#Morning Market

It's morning market, which is only available on Saturday morning and located at Davies Park, West End of Brisbane. It is much more cleaner compared to Malaysia's. It doesn't like Malaysia's market, walk path is wet, and disgusting smell keeps haunting your nose. It is super clean. You can get lots of cheap stuffs there. One must try is their ginger beer. It tastes nice, really nice. 

Ginger beer
Street Art

#Lake Moogerah

A place I highly recommended. The night view is really fantastic and stunning. You can infinity of blinking stars accumulated above you head. Indeed, you would have the chance to witness meteors. If you are lucky enough, you are even able to see the milky way. The night view is really superb. The feeling of lying on the grass watching stars and meteors on the sky is really heaven-liked. Too bad phone camera is too poor to snap the beauty of the night scene.

Night view of Lake Moogerah
Milky way

In short, Queensland (Gold Coast & Brisbane) is really a super nice place to visit. If you wish to have a relaxing getaway, Queensland would be the correct place. It's a place which everyone would fall in love to. Highly recommended.

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Confidence Starts With Language

Confidence is often associated with the ability to communicate well. Confidence and language have always gone hand-in-hand. Frequently, we find that the most magnetic leaders are confident and adept in conveying their opinions and visions. Needless to say, confidence is crucial to all great achievement.

It is vital to groom our children for the future by assisting them to discover their inner confidence. As our children grow up in a world where bridges substitute barriers, our language needs are persistently evolving. Given that the English language is an essential part of this global communication, the key is to ensure that children develop strong English language skills to allow them to express themselves confidently.

Mastering languages is a dynamic process that requires a multi-faceted approach to ensure students maintain their momentum and interest in developing their skills.

It is always advisable to send your children to language classes since small. This is simply because this is the perfect time for them to learn and adapt it into their life. It would build a strong base and foundation for them. With interactive classes that engage students in listening, speaking, reading and writing in a particular language, students are groomed to develop their own voice and confidence in communicating.

Reality, children who have a better language foundation since young tend to master the language better than those who did not. They manage to learn and speak better, which eventually boost their confidence. At the meanwhile, for those who failed to speak fluently, they tend to be quieter and lack of confidence. As the time goes, this might greatly affect their growth in term of academic and socializing. In short, early childhood education and guidance are greatly important as this is highly associated with their future development.

Indeed, this would help them to perform well in their studies and examinations. Students who have a better language foundation tend to score well in examinations. Almost all of the subjects today are taught in English. How to score in SPM and IGCSE? It starts with mastering languages.

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Is This The Right Secondary School For Your Children

Hey there!
This might be the main concern for most of the parents out there
and now I'm going to answer your question.

Secondary school is a school which provide children with part or all of their secondary education typically between ages of 11-13 and 16-18. It comes after primary school  and may be followed by higher education or vocational training. Hence, it is very important for parents to choose the right secondary school for their children as this is the age where children develop into a better person and build in good personalities among themselves.

It's a decision that seriously stresses some of the most sanguine parents, so how do you go about deciding which secondary school is best for your child?
Basically, it's best to use a variety of antennae to suss a school out: ask around, be aware of a school's reputation, read their Ofsted reports online, be across the exam results and browse the school website.

However, it is also important to think of 

#1 What curriculum does the school employ?

It's always best to think ahead  where you child might work. Secondary school usually hold a series of open day for you or your child to pay a visit and get to know more about the secondary school.There is no substitute for actually visiting an open day when choosing right secondary school for your children.

#2 Has the school being accredited by an official body?

In Malaysia, Malaysian Qualification Agency is an example of official body that gives credit to the secondary school available in Malaysia. If yes? then how are their ratings on a national and international level? Usually it will be judged based on a few criteria that will be results of the school, qualities of the teachers, and testimonial by the students as well as co-curriculum activity that available in that school.

#3 What is your children opinion towards the school?

At this point, child of at age of teenagers now would have already developed an  intelligible opinion on what they want. It is imperative to  have them involved in such a critical decision. This is because it is important for children to like the environment of the school before he or she could adapt or excel well in any aspect. However, if your child is unable to give how they feel towards the school, parents can stand ahead and make the decision for the child if necessary.

#4 What happens on a typical day at school? 

Parents can choose to visit the school during weekday where students are at school and spot the environment whether it is suitable for your child or not.

#5 What is the lunch spread like?

Meal is something very important as well beside of the price of the food, parents should also be concern whether the school canteen cater to the needs of your child  nutritionally.

#6 What is the schools philosophy, goals and aims? 

For example some will have a strong  sports ethic, some will follow a religious affiliation and others promote individuality and artistic pursuits. Are you looking for a curriculum with balanced sporting and academic approach or one with strengths in artistic and musical area, or in science or maths? An environment with strong academic focus might be important to you, or perhaps one that teaches your child more about your religious views. It all depends on what's you think important to you and your child.
Education is not just for study but education also prepare ones for life. A good and clear aim or goals for a school is important to lead the certain school towards new height. Ask the school department for more about their vision and mission during your visit to their school so that you would not make a single regret. Are they tandem with the value you  hold or you want your children to practise? If yes, go ahead.

#7 Will the parents be actively updated on their children's progress in school?

Teachers-parents conference should be held every semester so that parents can monitor their child performance.

#8 How does school deal with its disciplinary cases?

Does the school have a good discipline? This can be seen at their students. If there're any disciplinary cases happens, school should inform parents immediately to correct their child from making the wrong thing all over again in the future.

#9 Will there be good pastoral care provided for the students?

Safety around the school is very important as well. Is there always cases like robbery happen around the school area? Well, no one wants to live in fear everyday when going to or back from college.

#10 How does the school help in getting students into good colleges?

This indirectly related to the reputation of the school. The counselling teachers in the school should be playing an important role in this as well to ensure that the students have a great chance to enter good colleges for a better future.

Other factors you could take into account include:

  • the school previous academic results or performance in other areas such as the art, sports or community engagement.
  • the school's religious affiliation or otherwise.
  • the facilities the school has to support child's learning - such as library
  • the school's size and number of children enrolled
  • tour preference in relation in public versus private education
  • location of school, cost or difficulty of travelling to and from school, and public transport options
  • the connection between the school and the local community
  • the opportunities for parent and family involvement with the school, and how communication between home and the school is managed.

Lastly, here's a website that might help in making decision :) 
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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Story of Mr. Terence

A high achiever in both the PMR (7As) and SPM (8As) examinations, as well as a recipient of HELP Universitys first year merit scholarship, Terence would like to share his experiences and thoughts as a Physics tutor for the past three years.

When I was first introduced to Terence, I immediately jumped into the conclusion that my interviewee was a proud graduate of this tuition centre. This is purely because he looked so youthful, or to be more precise, he gave me the impression of a rather matured lad! Eventually I came to know that Terence was only 24 years old.

Terence started teaching high school students even while he was still a first year undergraduate at HELP University in order to become financially independent. Terence confessed that, growing up, he had never given any thoughts on becoming a tutor and believed that he would eventually land a corporate job. He became a part-time tutor through the recommendation of a close friend, of whom is also a tutor.

Terence attributes the striking maturity and independence he demonstrated to his childhood experiences. In brief, the childhood he had, when compared to those of a considerable number of young Malaysians, wasn't a bed of roses. Losing his mother to gastric cancer at an early age and subsequently being forced to grow up in a household in which his father was overly preoccupied with securing the livelihood for his family, Terence grown into a hardworking, studious and independent person. Nevertheless, the lack of a supportive figure in his spiritual upbringing is another aspect of his childhood that he would come to lament from time to time even as a young adult.

Today, Terence can easily boast of having found a lasting passion, which is something not everyone could come to realise in their lifetime. He found his in teaching because the satisfaction he gets from being able to interact with adolescents while helping them grow seem to help compensate some of the regrets in his own adolescence. He claims that confidence and joy are the best perks of his tutoring career. In addition, Terrence takes great pride in his teaching style in which he believes is engineered to not only deliver well-rounded knowledge to his students but also to assist them in their spiritual development.

Terence offers both one-to-one and group tuitions in SPM & IGCSE Physics.

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Friday, February 14, 2014

List of Malaysia's International Schools

Here's the list of International Schools in Malaysia which prepare the students for IGCSE examination.


2, Jalan Bellamy, 50460 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2148 3674

1, Changkat Bukit Utama, Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya, 47800 Selangor
Tel: 03-7727 7775

Persiaran Awana, Taman Cheras, Permata II, 43200 Cheras
Tel: 03-9076 8400

19, Jalan Setiabakti Satu, Damansara Heights, 50490 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2093 1740/ 2093 1741

Lot 707, Jalan Kerja Ayer Lama Ampang Jaya, 68000 Ampang, Selangor
Tel: 03-4252 1452/ 4257 8678

 1, Persiaran A, Off Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang, 47200 Subang
Tel: 03-7847 1000

16, Jalan Kiara 3, Off Jalan Bukit Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-6209 6888

55, Jalan Thamby Abdullah, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2273 7255

Lingkaran Cyber Point Barat, 63000 Cyberjaya
Tel: 03-8319 1641/ 8319 1642

Jalan Sierramas Barat, Sierramas, 47000 Sungai Buloh
Tel: 03-6156 5001/ 6156 5002

Unit 26-29, Jalan Udang Harimau, Kepong Business Park, Taman Sri Segambut, 52000 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2694 7945

Batu 8, Jalan Sungai Pusu, Gombak, 53100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-6188 4400

1, Jalan Intisari, Desa ParkCity, 52200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-6280 8880

Kingsley House, 2, 12, 12A & 16, Jalan Putra Mahkota 7/8E, Putra Heights, 47650 Subang Jaya
Tel: 03-5191 9808

1, Jalan 20/19, Paramount Garden, 46300 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03-7874 2930

1, Jalan Diplomatik, 3/6 Presint 15, 62050 Putrajaya
Tel: 03-8889 3868

Kajang 2, 43000 Kajang
Tel: 019-394 8098

261, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-4256 8781

Persiaran Sierra Utama, Bandar 16 Sierra, 47600 Puchong
Tel: 019-384 8098

Planters Grounds 3 ½  Mile Kajang-Serdang Road, 43000 Selangor
Tel: 03-8737 7366

1, Jalan Setia Tropika, U13/18T, Seksyen U13, 40170 Shah Alam
Tel: 03-3342 1535

Lot 27, Jalan Usahawan 5, Kawasan Perindustrian Ringan Setapak, 53200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-4021 2490

22, Jalan Anggerik, The MINES Resort City, 43300 Sri Kembangan, Selangor
Tel: 03-8949 5000

5, Lorong Utara B, Off Jalan Utara, 46200 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03-7956 6557

PT3350, Jalan Melawati 3, Taman Melawati, 53100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-4104 3000

34, Jalan 1/38B, Off Jalan Segambut, 52100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-6250 4415

1, Persiaran A, Off Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang, 47200 Subang
Tel: 03-7847 1000

4178, Jalan 1/27D, Section 6, Wangsa Maju, 53300 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-4142 0888

2A, Jalan TP2, Sime UEP Industrial Park Subang Jaya, Selangor
Tel: 03-8023 7777

Persiaran Awana, Taman Cheras, Permata II, 43200 Cheras
Tel: 03-9076 8400

19, Jalan Setiabakti Satu, Damansara Heights, 50490 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-20931740/ 2093 1741

Persiaran Sierra Utama, Bandar 16 Sierra, 47600 Puchong
Tel: 019-384 8098

Lot 4891, Jalan SS13/4, 47500 Subang Jaya
Tel: 03-5637 7108/ 5637 7109

22, Jalan Kiara, Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2093 9604

Saujana Resort Seksyen U2, 40150 Shah Alam
Tel: 03-7846 5639


5012, Off Jalan Tanjung Batu P.O Box 82192, 87031, FT. Labuan
Tel: 087-421 059 /410 484

Jalan Pantai Piasau, 98000 Miri
Tel: 085-491 526

P.O. Box 12080, 88822 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel: 088-245 325

Jalan Stadium Petra Jaya, 93050
Tel: 082-313 900


Tanjung Bunga, 11200 Penang
Tel: 04-899 2105

1-Square, Tingkat Mahsuri 1, Penang Cybercity, 11950 Bayan Lepas, Penang
Tel: 04-643 1815

Lot P.T. 1935, Mukim 13, Daerah Timur Laut, Tingkat Bukit Jambul Satu, 11900 Penang
Tel: 04-6406 633

28, Jalan Kelab Golf, 30350 Ipoh
Tel: 05-2538 530

10, Nunn Road, 10350 Penang
Tel: 04-2263 589/2280 752

2, Lintang Lembah Permai 1, Tanjung Bungah, 11200 Penang
Tel: 04-8927 777

Jalan Sungai Satu, Batu Feringgi, 11100 Penang
Tel: 04-8819 777


1443C, Jalan Batang Tiga, Tanjung Kling, 76400 Melaka
Tel: 06-3154 970

Komplex Mutiara Johor Land, Jalan Bukit Mutiara, Bandar Dato' Onn, 88100 Johor Bahru
Tel: 07-3585 385

A6230, Jalan Tengku Muhammad, Taman Pantai Chempedak, 25050 Kuantan, Pahang
Tel: 09-5673 391

Lot363, Jalan Siantan 1/3, Taman Siantan, 75250 Melaka
Tel: 06-3368 781

Jalan Beringin, Melodies Garden 80250 Johor Bahru, Johor
Tel: 07-3347 714/5

1, Persiaran UCSI, Bandar Springhill, 71010 Port Dickson Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-653 6888


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Monday, February 10, 2014

Score SPM & IGCSE Physics with Mr. Terence

Facing difficulties in learning and understanding Physics? Eager to score A+ in SPM and IGCSE?

Mr. Terence is here to help you score A+ Physics in SPM and IGCSE. 


Mr. Terence starts teaching SPM & IGCSE Physics since young. Courage and support from students are the main motivation for him to stay firm in educating field. His students showed obvious improvement in their studies by achieving a better grade in SPM and IGCSE. The passion of teaching origins from the positive feedbacks from students and parents. Indeed, it's a confirmation for his teaching abilities. 

Friday, February 7, 2014

8 Things to Expect When Entering UPM (or Public University)

Hey there, I'm a new contributor around here. Hey-hoo, I bid to you hey-hoo! Well, I'm writing this as per requested by Mr. Sai Mun, one of the coolest teacher-cum-Jack-of-all-trades around. Well, I'll be writing on what you expect when you enter UPM, and in general, other public universities in Malaysia.

Coursemates, camera and monument. Unstoppable.

First and foremost, let me introduce about myself so you guys out there will have a better viewpoint of where I am making my observations from. I am a 2nd year undergraduate student and my major is Industrial Chemistry, a course offered under the Faculty of Science. There are other faculties that may be of interest to you guys out there, to name a few, Faculty of Medicine (this includes Veterinary Medicine, one of the two public universities in Malaysia offering such a course), Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication (Yeah, Mass Comm., it's all here) and those who are interested in the field of business, Faculty of Economics may just offer the courses you'll want. The total number of faculties in UPM number up to 11, with a sister campus in Bintulu, Sarawak. Sooo, you can expect many of my observations and experiences to be based on the perspective of a science geek. Oh yeeeah.

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Top 5 Reasons Why Boys Love Cars

Hello everyone! I'm Jeffery Chu :) I love cars, a lot. I started loving cars when Lamborghini decided to create a car named Lamborghini Aventador. It looks like the 1st picture below.

Doesn't it look beautiful? Its original colour is orange but the owner makes it even 'sexier' by sticking the matte black colour and leave the orange stripes. In this post, I'll share some of my photos of cars and the reason why I, and many other guys, like cars so much.

#1 : The Need for Speed
What I meant by speed is how fast the car travel in mph ( in western countries) and kmh ( in eastern countries). Guys love to go fast. A normal FWD ( front wheel drive) can achieve up to only 220km/h (136.7 mph) That's pretty fast, but in a supercar or exotic car, it can achieve up to 350km/h - 400km/h! (217.48mph - 248.5mph) One of the example is :