What Sets Our Program Apart from Others.
The tangible thing that sets our centre apart from others is the time and support allocated to each student. We ensure that each student receives the attention he/she requires. This is only possible because we place an enrollment limit (only 4 vacancies for the revision 2020 program).
We also provide a good, well-spread revision timeline over weeks instead of a over a mere few days. We believe that learning should be approached like marathon to maximize its effectiveness!
What To Expect
Level Of Support you Can Expect During The Intensive Revision
Approximately 24 hours of Intensive Content Revision in 10 sessions. Lessons will be conducted together with our existing students.
Consultation / Guided Revision
You will get at least 10 hours of scheduled consultation time to answer any queries you may have.
We are only enrolling 4 students, so that each and every one of you will get the attention you require in the last lap of the ‘A’-level preparation.
We will be glad to offer assistance beyond lesson time. Just ask kindly if you need help; we will never turn our students away.
H2 Physics A-Level Intensive Schedule
The total cost of the program will be $1,500 + $30 Registration Fee
Payment of First 50%
Since we are only opening up 4 vacancies, your enrollment into the intensive program will only be confirmed upon paying the first 50% of the couse fee.
Payment of the Next 50%
Complete the full program payment by 24th October 2020.
Let's Work Towards Your Success
You will get personalized attention from our tutors who will go the extra mile to maximize your chances at the ‘A’-Level.
Where It’s At:
420 North Bridge Road, #03-06
North Bridge Center Singapore 188727
Blk 101 Yishun Ave 5 #02-95
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the vacancy of the H2 Physics Intensive Program?
Each year we will only enroll approximately a maximum of 4 students under such program. Sometimes less, depending on how many students our tutor thinks he can adequately support.
Why is the vacancy for the H2 Physics Intensive Revision so limited?
This is to ensure that each student is provided with sufficient personalised attention, which may come in the form of consultations, WhatsApp support, or whatever else it may take. Having too many students on such a programme will dilute our tutors’ time and resources, which will be counter-productive.
Can I choose to attend only the classes in which I am interested/weak?
Unfortunately, no. We have very limited vacancies for this programme; it is meant only for students who are keen to attend the programme in its entirety.
How does Orion H2 Physics Intensive Program compare to others?
Most other intensive programs take place over a very short period of time – probably 20 hours over 3 days, and that is it. However, not all students are able to digest a large amount of information within a short period of time. It is also very unlikely that students will approach the tutor for a consultation after the program has ended.
On the contrary, Orion’s Intensive Program is spaced over a period of 6-7 weeks. Students are allowed time to digest the concepts, consult our tutors and review the concept again. They are also allowed to consult us on any relevant questions. Such iterative learning cycles are more much effective in giving students the best chance to excel.
In addition, students under our program are provided ample consultation time till the examination date of the respective papers. This is only possible because we place an enrollment limit.
Do I need to be concerned about the H2 Physics class size?
Our regular class size on average is about 12-14 students. However, a more relevant question at this stage is, “Will I be given enough time to clarify my doubts?”
Yes! We have limited enrollment into this program for this exact reason; we will ensure that all students are given enough attention and support to clarify their doubts.
Since the H2 Physics intensive program is so exclusive, will there be any disadvantages to our existing students?
Certainly not! Our existing students are our priority. But, at the same time, we must deliver the level of support we promise to students who enroll under the Intensive Program. This is why we have placed a stringent enrollment limit.