Updated : 25 Mar 2017

BedokFunland JC
BedokFunland  JudiciousChemistry


.(Small Group Tuition located in the-East side of Singapore-between-Victoria JC and Temasek JC)

(Students staying in the West, Central and North may find tutor Mr Chong's location more convenient)
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BedokFunland JC is a private tutor who pays tuition income taxes to the IRAS.
BedokFunland JC is not a tuition centre (which would require MOE registration).
BedokFunland JC is not a private school (which would require CPE certification).
BedokFunland JC is not a tuition agency (which would require ACRA registration).
BedokFunland JC is not located on HDB premises (which would require HDB approval).
The "JC" in BedokFunland JC are initials for "Judicious Chemistry", not "Junior College".
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Ex-MOE Teacher, BSc with Dip Ed, NTU
My (
Mr Heng, Chemistry) contact number is

8256 5527
Please feel free to sms me if you've any inquires.
Please allow up to 24 hours for my reply. Thank you for your patience.

Please do not call this phone, but instead please sms only, as this
phone is strictly for new student inquires only, and is always on silent mode.


Monthly Fees per 2017 JC1 student : $300 for 4 sessions (2.5 hours per session)
Monthly Fees per 2017 JC2 student : $300+
for 4 sessions (2.5 hours per session)

 

Please note
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I only offer Small Group Tuition, (sorry, no 1-to-1 Solo Individual Tuition)
and *All* new students *must* first find a least 1 friend to join together with as a subgroup.
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Congrats to my 2016 BedokFunland JC students
on their excellent 2016 A Level H2 Chemistry Results! :D

 
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Please read the Terms & Conditions for all
new students who wish to join my BedokFunland JC tuition 
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If  you have any Singapore A level H2 Chemistry questions that you
need help with, feel free to post them on either SgForums or SgClub forum,
and I (UltimaOnline) will help you out with your questions free-of-charge! :)))

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Click here for BedokFunland JC's
A Level H2 Chemistry Questions

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Click here for my list of Recommended Books
for the A level Singapore H2 Chemistry student
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Greets to all 2017 JC2 students!
 
You will get to enjoy permanently cheaper monthly fees (all the way till your A levels), if you join BedokFunland JC tuition earlier in 2017 instead of later. Your exact monthly fees will depend on which month you join our tuition, and fees will remain at that fixed rate all the way till your A levels. Please refer to the Fees Table for more info. All new students must join together with 1 other friend as a subgroup.




†--Congratulations!--†
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to my following BedokFunland JC tuition students
who
scored a Distinction A Grade in the most recent

2016
Singapore-Cambridge A Level H2 Chemistry Exam Results


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Click here to view the
A Level Results Slips

of my BedokFunland JC tuition students for 2015 and past years
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Every Day (ie. Mon to Sun) 2.5 hour time slots : 3.30pm, 4pm, 4.30pm, 5pm, 5.30pm, 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm (end by 9.30 pm latest)

All new students, please form your own subgroup (minimum 2 students) first, then sms me at 8256 5527 to arrange your weekly schedule.

Location : all tuition sessions are held at Lagoon View,
located between Victoria JC (Marine Parade) and Temasek JC (Bedok).

Directions : From Bedok MRT, either take bus 31 (moving away from Tampines and towards Toa Payoh), or go to Bedok Bus Interchange to take bus 196 or 197.
  If we let Bedok MRT / Bedok Bus Interchange to be bustop #0, then TJC is bustop #3 (5 min), BedokFunland JC is bustop #5 (10 min), and VJC is bustop #8 (15 min).




 

2017 New Students



 
2017 JC2 students, You will get to enjoy permanently cheaper monthly fees (all the way till your A levels), if you join BedokFunland JC tuition earlier in 2017 instead of later. Your exact monthly fees will depend on which month you join our tuition, and fees will remain at that fixed rate all the way till your A levels. Please refer to the Fees Table for more info. All new students must join together with 1 other friend as a subgroup.


 2017 JC1 students, you will get to enjoy permanently cheaper monthly fees (all the way to your A levels), if you join our tuition now in 2017, compared to if you join later as a JC2 student only in 2018. All new students must join together with 1 other friend as a subgroup.


 
2017 H1 Chemistry students are welcome to join my BedokFunland JC tuition, but you must find at least 1 other friend (preferably also H1, but if no choice H2 also can) to join together as a subgroup. Fees for H1 students are the same as for H2 students.

 

2017 A Level Private Candidates (excluding NSFs) are welcome to join my BedokFunland JC tuition, but you must find at least 1 other friend (either also a private candidate or currently a school student taking A levels in 2017), to join together as a subgroup. Fees for A level private candidates are the same as for JC2 students (ie. exact fees will depend on the month in which you join tuition). Sorry, but due to inevitable scheduling problems for NSFs, I will no longer accept private candidates currently serving National Service, (ie. NSFs in SAF, SPF, SCDF). Please wait until you have ORDed before joining my tuition, if at all possible.


O Levels & Integrated Program Yr 3/4 (Pure) Chemistry students are welcome to join my BedokFunland JC tuition, but you must find at least 1 other friend (either from the same school or a different a school, but of the same level, eg. IP yr 3 vs IP yr 4, etc), to join together as a subgroup. Fees for O Levels students and IP Yr 3 & 4 students are the same as for JC1 students, ie. $300 per student for 2.5 hours a week for 4 weeks.


For more info, please see the Fees Table.


 

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Click here for my list of Recommended Books
for the A level Singapore H2 Chemistry student
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Click here for BedokFunland JC's
A Level H2 Chemistry Questions

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Click here for the Tuition Fees Table for all
new
students who wish to join my BedokFunland JC tuition 
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Please read the Terms & Conditions for all
new students who wish to join my BedokFunland JC tuition 
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Click here to view the
A Level Results Slips

of my BedokFunland JC tuition students in past years
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Click here for links to other A Level Chemistry websites
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Click here for useful links for
JC Students interested in studying Medicine
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Click here for links to some Other
Singapore Tuition-services and Websites
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Every year, many of my BedokFunland JC tuition students come to love Chemistry so much
(thanks to my unique BedokFunland JC approach to Chemistry) that they continue on to study

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Chemistry @ NUS
Chemistry @ NTU
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Many thanks to Domain Of Experts.com's
admin TuitionCzar and owner Mr Koh, for the
(highest possible & permanent) *Legend* Rank for
Most Influential Online Singaporean Tutor on the Internet

Award to UltimaOnline = BedokFunland JC = Mr Heng = Me!
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"Why should I choose BedokFunland JC for my A level H2 Chemistry tuition? What important advantage can BedokFunland JC offer me, over other rival tuition centers out there?"

Unlike most other tuition services in which the tutor merely repeats what is already being taught in school, here at value-adding BedokFunland JC, you will learn a more advanced version of the entire A level H2 Chemistry syllabus, including additional concepts and strategies that Singapore JCs teach only to their H3 Chem and Chem Olympiad students, that will give you a powerful advantage over other H2 Chem students in the A level exams (which in recent years have begun asking increasingly challenging questions that go beyond the basic H2 Chem syllabus taught in Singapore JCs ). A BedokFunland JC H2 Chemistry education, will confer on you a similar (and equally powerful) advantage for the H2 Chemistry A level examinations, as you taking a H3 Chemistry course or Chemistry Olympiad course in your school (assuming your school even makes these courses available to you this in the first place!).
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"There are many other tuition centers out there with results almost as impressive as BedokFunland JC, so give me *another* good reason why should I choose BedokFunland JC over these other tuition centers?"

Joining these other tuition centers is not so different from merely having remedial classes in school, as the number of students in these classes are large, ranging from 12 to 40 students. Here at BedokFunland JC, while I reserve the full rights to combine student subgroups (see Terms & Conditions), but even at such times of combining or overlapping with other subgroups, I will arrange such that the total number of students will (most of the time) be no more than 8 students in total. This offers you something extremely valuable, that the other tuition classes out there cannot : individualized attention, focus, guidance and feedback in your own school work (eg. you get to focus the entire tuition lesson on your own personal questions, doubts and concerns encountered during your own school lectures, tutorials, assignments, tests and exams).
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Yearly A Level H2 Chemistry Examination Results
(Disclaimer : other than my own BedokFunland JC students' results averaged from the most recent 5 years, the other figures below are not official figures and are not verified,
but are merely estimated approximates based
on informal inter-student sharing for the purpose of illustrative comparisons, and no claim is made as to accuracy or validity of these figures)

 
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BedokFunland JC
Singapore
Top #1 JC
Singapore
Top #2 JC
Singapore
Top #3 JC
Singapore JCs
National Average
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'A' grade
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†70 %†
72 %
70 %
68 %
20 %
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'B' grade & above
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†90 %†
92 %
90 %
88 %
35 %
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'C' grade & above
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†100 %†
99 %
98 %
96 %
50 %
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'D' grade & above
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†100 %†
100 %
100 %
99 %
65 %
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'E' grade & above
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†100 %†
100 %
100 %
100 %
80 %
 

BedokFunland JC Students Yearly A Level H2 Chemistry-results :

On average, based on the most recent last five years, out of every ten BedokFunland JC students who sit for the yearly A Level H2 Chemistry exams, seven students (ie. 70% of the cohort) will score a Distinction A grade, and nine students (ie. 90% of the cohort) will score at least a B grade. What this means for you, statistically speaking, is that in joining my BedokFunland JC tuition, you'll have approximately 70% chance of scoring a Distinction A grade, and approximately 90% chance of scoring at least a B grade.

 
These results are as good as the results achieved by the top 2 JCs in Singapore. This is despite the fact that my tuition students come from across the entire spectrum of all the different JCs in Singapore. That is to say, when you're my tuition student @ BedokFunland JC (regardless of which JC you're currently studying full-time in), your chances of scoring a Distinction A grade for your A Level H2 Chemistry, is as good as you being a full-time student in the top 2 JCs in Singapore.
 

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Click here to view the
A Level Results Slips

of my BedokFunland JC tuition students in past years
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  In addition, every year since 2012,
I make it a point to personally sit for the Singapore-Cambridge A Level H2 Chemistry Exams,
together with my own BedokFunland JC students, and indeed together with all Singapore JC students,
to experience the exact same exam papers under the exact same exam conditions, and have my scripts
marked by the same Cambridge markers, using the same mark schemes, under the same grading system.

Rationale : Leading By Example.
My choosing to take the A Level H2 Chemistry Exams together with my students,
together with my consequent Cambridge awarded exam results (always a distinction 'A' grade of course),
inspires real confidence within my students, and proves to them that my BedokFunland JC methods and
strategies (including valuable skills that Singapore JCs teach only to their H3 Chem and Olympiad Chem students),
really *do* work (and spectacularly) in the actual A Level H2 Chemistry Exams to help you achieve that Distinction 'A' grade!

 
Also, while most other tutors also achieved distinctions in their own A levels decades ago, few (if any at all)
other Singapore A level H2 Chemistry tutors actually sit for the current A level papers together with their students.
With the increasing difficulty and continually changing nature of the Singapore H2 Chemistry syllabus and examinations,
many students and parents worry that their tutors may not be up-to-date, grounded and in-touch with these latest changes.
What better way to assure students and parents, than to sit for the latest Singapore A level exams together with my students?

   


Leading by Example : Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC)'s
2016-Singapore-Cambridge A level H2 Chemistry results
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Leading by Example : Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC)'s
2015-Singapore-Cambridge A level H2 Chemistry results
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Leading by Example : Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC)'s
2014-Singapore-Cambridge A level H2 Chemistry results
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Leading by Example : Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC)'s
2013-Singapore-Cambridge A level H2 Chemistry results
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Leading by Example : Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC)'s
2012-Singapore-Cambridge A level H2 Chemistry results 




 
My own 2012 to 2016 A level H2 Chemistry Results : my obtaining a Distinction 'A' grade (awarded by
Cambridge), is the best possible evidence (results speak for themselves) to assure you (the student and parent), that :

#1. I know *exactly* what is required of students to achieve that Distinction 'A' grade for H2 Chemistry,
#2. I know *exactly* how Cambridge marks students' exam scripts (ie. Mark Scheme requirements),
#3. I am *completely* up-to-date with the latest H2 Chemistry syllabus changes (new syllabus 9729).

Here at BedokFunland JC, I teach precisely to the above requirements, to ensure that my students are well prepared
and optimally equipped to secure that Distinction 'A' grade for themselves. The more committed you are to following my
instructions and teachings exactly, the higher your chances of scoring a Distinction. My own personal (Cambridge awarded)
Distinction 'A' grade for the *latest* Singapore A Level H2 Chemistry Examinations are the best proof for my claims.

 



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Ex-MOE Teacher, BSc with Dip Ed, NTU
My (Mr Heng, Chemistry) contact number is
8256 5527
Please feel free to sms me if you've any inquires.
Please allow up to 24 hours for my reply. Thank you for your patience.

Please do not call this phone, but instead please sms only, as this
phone is strictly for new student inquires only, and is always on silent mode.






Survival of the Fittest
"The A Level grades are awarded on a Bell-Curve"
Two friends were out hiking in the forest one day, when all of a sudden, they locked eyes with a grizzly bear a few hundred meters away. The grizzly bear began charging at them, and the two friends began running for their lives.

Try as they might, the bear was soon closing in on them. Then one of the friends suddenly stopped, calmnly sat down and started to change from his hiking boots into a pair of sports shoes.

His friend yelled, "Are you crazy? Do you really think that putting on sports shoes will enable you to outrun the bear?" To which his friend calmly replied as he finished putting on his sports shoes, "I don't actually need to outrun the bear. I only need to outrun you."


BedokFunland JC is a force-multiplying special-operations pre-emptive
shock-and-awe strategy, that propels you ahead of the A Level bell-curve.







  Other Tuition Subjects :
(Separate fees payable for Mathematics)
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Mr Heng   (Mathematics)
A Level (H2/H1)-Mathematics,
'O' Level Additonal-Mathematics,
'O' Level Elementary-Mathematics,
Integrated Programme (IP)-Mathematics,
International Baccalaureate (IB)-Mathematics,
Cambridge International Exams (CIE) A Level-Mathematics,
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For-Mathematics-tuition from my father (Mr Heng, Mathematics), please
contact him directly (his contact number is-8138 1168) to inquire on his tuition rates and availability.






The Monthly Fees Table
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Note : I've used the term "Monthly Fees" for convenience, but please note that fees are *not* per calendar month (as different calendar months may have different number of weeks and/or sessions), but instead all fees payments must always be made (in cash) at the start of every 4 weeks, or at the start of every 4 sessions, whichever is sooner.

Once you begin tuition, your monthly fees will remain unchanged (ie. it will *not* be increased any further) all the way till your A Level Exams, provided you attend every session and make all fees payments punctually, without missing a session or payment. To this end, you must bring forward any affected sessions (together with their fees payments) should you not be able to attend tuition for certain periods of time (eg. your school's mid-year or prelim exam periods).



Please read my Terms & Conditions for more information on these matters.




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If you begin tuition as
a Sec 3/4 or IP yr 3/4
student in 2017
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. $300-per student per 4 weeks for
2.5 hrs a week
  (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition as
  JC1
student in 2017
(for 2017 JC1 students)
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$300-per student per 4 weeks for
2.5 hrs a week  (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in
January 2017
(for 2017 JC2 students)

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$310-per student per 4 weeks for
2.5 hrs a week  (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in
February 2017
(for 2017 JC2 students)

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$320-per student per 4 weeks for
 
2.5 hrs a week  (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in
March 2017
(for 201
7 JC2 students)
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$330-per student per 4 weeks for
2.5 hrs a week  (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in
April 2017
(for 201
7 JC2 students)
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$340-per student per 4 weeks for
 
2.5 hrs a week  (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in
May 2017
(for 201
7 JC2 students)
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$350-per student per 4 weeks for
 
2.5 hrs a week  (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in
June 2017
(for 201
7 JC2 students)
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$360-per student per 4 weeks for
 
2.5 hrs a week  (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in
July 2017
(for 201
7 JC2 students)
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$370-per student per 4 weeks for
 
2.5 hrs a week  (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in
August 2017
(for 2017
JC2 students)
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$380-per student per 4 weeks for
 
2.5 hrs a week  (permanent monthly fees)
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If you begin tuition in
September 2017
(for 2017
JC2 students)
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$390-per student per 4 weeks for
 
2.5 hrs a week  (permanent monthly fees)
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2017
H2 Chemistry
Singapore-Cambridge

A Level Examinations


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  .Every Day (Mon to Sun) 2.5 hour time slots :
3.30pm, 4pm, 4.30pm, 5pm, 5.30pm, 6pm, 6.30pm


Location : all tuition sessions are held at Lagoon View,
located between Victoria JC (Marine Parade) and Temasek JC (Bedok).


Directions : From Bedok MRT, either take bus 31 (moving away from Tampines and towards Toa Payoh), or go to Bedok Bus Interchange to take bus 196 or 197.
  If we let Bedok MRT / Bedok Bus Interchange to be bustop #0, then TJC is bustop #3 (5 min), BedokFunland JC is bustop #5 (10 min), and VJC is bustop #8 (15 min).



Terms-&-Conditions :

1. All students *must* always be contactable and promptly responsive through their own personal handphones. All SMSes and missed calls must always be replied to, promptly, within a reasonable amount of time. If the student repeatedly fails to be contactable through handphone, repeatedly fails to reply SMSes and missed calls without valid reasons, the student will be expelled from tuition (without refunds). If the student fails to turn up for a scheduled session, remaining uncontactable through handphone at that time, the student will be expelled from tuition (without refunds).

2. All new students *must* first find at least 1 other friend to come with (ie. to form their own subgroup) before beginning tuition, ie. minimum size to qualify as a subgroup = 2 students. If your friend does not turn up for a session and you come alone, the session will be cancelled and you would have wasted traveling time. Hence, it is in your own interest to ensure that the person(s) you're forming a subgroup with, is responsible and reliable. He/she/they should preferably be a classmate, or at least a schoolmate, studying at the same level (ie. JC1 vs JC2, H1 vs H2), and with compatible personal schedules as your own. While you may (if you wish) form a subgroup with your a friends currently studying in a different JC from your own, do note that this may present some inconvenience to yourselves, because different schools may have different examination periods and examination topics. The underlying rationale for the "must join with a friend" policy being : I will only teach if there is more than 1 student present. Therefore, when you join tuition together with a friend, ensuring there is more than 1 student present, you (ie. your subgroup) will get to choose your own weekly tuition schedule, based on your subgroup's members' own individual school and personal schedules, including enjoying freedom and flexibility of choice whenever rescheduling (to make up missed sessions) may be necessary.

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All new student subgroups must specify *both* a regular day as well as a backup day for every week. If for whatever reason (eg. medical leave) 1 or more members of the subgroup cannot make it on the regular day (eg. Mon), the session will be cancelled and all members of the subgroup *must* makeup the missed session by coming on the backup day (eg. Fri) of the same week (whenever possible) or the following week (at the latest). Students are advised to always bring *forward* any session in the near future that you know you will be unable to attend, rather than bring backward to the following week, to avoid bunching up of sessions (eg. having to come 2 or even 3 times within 1 week).

4. Once you begin tuition, you *must* continue attending all tuition sessions as scheduled without interruption, up till the A levels itself. This includes all school examination periods such as the Mid Year exams, the Preliminary Exams, etc. If you intend to come less often (eg. to focus on your other subjects, or to do self-study, etc) during your school's examination period; eg. for the month of July you wish to come only 2 sessions instead of 4 sessions due to Mid Year exams, you must *bring forward* these to-be-missed sessions to the month before; eg. if you wish to bring forward 2 sessions from July into June, you must come 4 + 2 = 6 sessions in June, and during such periods with brought-forward sessions, please note that fees must be paid at the start of every 4 sessions, rather than only at the start of every 4 weeks.


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. Sorry, but I do *not* offer trial sessions of any sort (whether free or paid). Minimum number of sessions that the new student must pay for, in the full amount of $300+ in cash and at the *start* (not end) of the first session, which covers 4 sessions in 4 weeks, per student. For JC2 students, exact fees payable depends on the month you join tuition. See fees table above.


6. Fees must be paid in *cash* (cheques are not accepted), in full amount of $300+ at the *start* (not end) of the 1st session, and at the start of every 4 sessions. Fees paid out are non-refundable. If the student fails to pay his/her fees at the *start* (not end) of the 1st session, and at the start of every 4 sessions, the session will be cancelled for the entire subgroup and rescheduled to a later date. The student who decides to quit, will have to quit only at the end of the current block of the 2.5hr x 4 sessions, all of which have to be completed within 4 weeks of the 1st session, or forfeit the remaining sessions, if any. Again, please note that all fees paid are strictly non-refundable.


7. Fees must always be paid at the *start* of every 4 weeks, or the *start* of every 4 sessions, whichever is sooner, and regardless of any missed sessions. No worries, any missed sessions (and your money) will not be wasted, because you are entitled to make up any and all missed sessions, as long as prompt payment is made at the start of every 4 weeks (regardless of when the make up sessions are held).

8. Students *must* complete all all 4 x 2.5hrs sessions, within 4 weeks of the 1st session, for every 4 week block, and are not allowed to spread out payment for these sessions beyond the 4 week block. Meaning, you *cannot* spread out your 4 sessions over more than 4 weeks (eg. 6 weeks, 8 weeks, etc) and expect to pay only $300+ for these 6 weeks, 8 weeks, etc. You *must* make your fees payment of $300+ at the start of every 4 weeks, regardless of whether you've completed the 4 sessions. As long as your $300+ fees are paid punctually at the start of every 4 weeks, (or at the start of every 4 sessions, whichever is sooner), then no worries about your missed sessions : you can always make them up anytime in the future whenever your subgroup is available for the makeup sessions. Note that you're advised to plan ahead carefully and to *bring forward*, rather than delay backward, any and all sessions that have to be missed for legitimate reasons.

9. I reserve the *full rights* to overlap or combine individual student subgroups (either occasionally or regularly, either temporarily or permanently). Please note that there may be up to (and occasionally, slightly more than) 8 students from different subgroups present together at any given time. A student subgroup refers to just yourself and your friend(s), and two or more of such subgroups may be present at any given time, forms the larger collective group, which will usually (ie. most of the time) not exceed 8 students in total. Here at BedokFunland JC, while I reserve the full rights to combine student subgroups, but even at such times of combining or overlapping with other subgroups, I will arrange such that the total number of students will (most of the time) be no more than 8 students in total. This offers you something extremely valuable, that the other Rival Tuition Centers (with between 12 to 50 students) out there cannot : individualized personal attention, guidance and help with your own questions and your own school work (eg. you get to focus the entire tuition lesson on your *own* personal questions, doubts and concerns encountered during your own school lectures, tutorials, assignments, tests and exams).

10. As the fees table (above) illustrates, JC2 students who begin tuition earlier in the year enjoy cheaper monthly fees. This policy is strictly followed, is fairly applied to *all* students without exception, and is therefore *strictly* non-negotiable. Please begin tuition as soon as possible if you wish to enjoy cheaper fees. Students who quit and rejoin tuition at a later month, will be subject to the increased fees as if you were a new student. JC2 students who join sooner get to pay permanently cheaper monthly fees as indicated in the fees table, and these fees will remain unchanged all the way to the A level exams, on the condition that the student continues weekly tuition uninterrupted and immediately makes up all missed sessions.
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If you do not agree to accept these Terms & Conditions (stated above), then please do not join my tuition.

If you agree to accept these Terms & Conditions (stated above), then I welcome you to join my tuition, and I thank you for your kind understanding and agreement in the above-mentioned matters.
 

Students get to plan their own preferred tuition schedule, on a 1st-come-1st-served basis. The sooner you join tuition, the more likely you can plan your tuition schedule more favorably to avoid overcrowding, and (for JC2 students) the cheaper your monthly fees payable.


Ex-MOE Teacher, BSc with Dip Ed, NTU
My (
Mr Heng, Chemistry) contact number is

8256 5527
Please feel free to sms me if you've any inquires.
Please allow up to 24 hours for my reply. Thank you for your patience.

Please do not call this phone, but instead please sms only, as this
phone is strictly for new student inquires only, and is always on silent mode.

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A couple of  BedokFunland JC Chemistry Questions
(for more questions, visit my SgForums archive threads here and here)
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.If  *you* have any A Level H2 Chemistry questions, feel free to post them on either
SgForums or SgClub forum, and I (UltimaOnline aka BedokFunland JC) will help you out with your questions for free.
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Qn :-Why did the acid go to the gym?
Ans :-Because it wanted to become a buffer solution.
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Qn :-How can you identify who's the chemist and who's the labourer?
Ans :-Ask them to pronounce the word "Unionized".

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. H2Chem_HaloLactonization_DeductiveElucidation
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. H2Chem_The_Blue_Manganate(V)_Ion
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. H2Chem_Free_Radical_Mechanism_Indicators
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. H2Chem_The_GattermannKoch_ReactionMechanism
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Dimerization_Mechanism_Challenge
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Glutathione
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. H2Chem_How_Phenolphthalein_works
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Comparing_Acidities_Basicities_and_Nucleophilicities
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge_ElectrophilicAromaticSubstitution
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge_Fun_with_Carbenes
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. H2Chem_TheReactivityOfAlkynes
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. H2Chem_DrawingMechanismForCarboCationRearragement
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. H2Chem_DrawingMechanismsUsingStereoChemicalFormulae
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. H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Extension_of
Singapore_2016_ALevels_MonsantoProcess_Qn

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. H2Chem_Explaining_the_pKb_values_of_Histidine
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Free_Radical_Mechanism_Challenge
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H2Chem_Poor_Synthesis_Methods_Can_Kill_You *link*
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Radioactive_Decay_is_Fun
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Organic_Synthesis_Challenge
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H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Malondialdehyde_Qn
.

 
H2Chem_BoronCarbonNitride_Planar_or_NonPlanar
.
 
H2Chem_Spectrophotometric_Determination_of_Coordination_Complex_Stoichiometry
.
 H2Chem_Decomposition_Mechanism_of_Ammonium_Nitrate
.

H2Chem_Decomposition_of_Methanoyl_Chloride
.

H2Chem_Electrophilic_vs_FreeRadical_Addition_of_HX_unto_Alkenes
.

H2Chem_The_Cadmium_Sulfide_Ppt_Qn
.

H2Chem_Deduce_the_Xenon_Fluoride_product
.

H2Chem_Strength_of_Benzoic_Acid
.

H2Chem_A_Drop_of_Water_Hangs_from_a_Leaf
.

H2Chem_Oxidizing_Strength_is_not_just_about_Electron_Affinity
.

H2Chem_When_Nucleophile_Meets_Electrophile
.

H2Chem_Free_Radical_Mechanism_of_Oxidative_Rancidity
.

H2Chem_Phenylamine_versus_Pyridine
.

H2Chem_What_is_this_Functional_Group
.

H2Chem_Hydrolyses_of_Germanium_Chlorides
.

H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_AcidBase_Equilibria_MCQ
.

H2Chem_Thermodyanamic_vs_Kinetic_products
.

H2Chem_2016_Chemistry_Calculations_Challenge
.

H2Chem_Mechanism_for_H2O2_Disproportionation
.

H2Chem_The_Enigmas_of_Hydrogen_Bonds
.

H2Chem_Special_Exceptions_for_Copper(I)Iodide_Fehings_Tollens
.

H2Chem_Fun_with_Alkenes_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
.

H2Chem_The_Hydroxide_Carbonate_Riddle_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
.

H2Chem_Deriving_Redox_Potentials_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
.

H2Chem_The_Mysterious_Oxide_of_Chromium_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
.

H2Chem_Disproportionation_of_Nitrous_acid_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
.

H2Chem_Ferrate(VI)_Redox_Qn
.

H2Chem_Nucleophilicity_vs_Basicity_of_Primary_vs_Secondary_vs_Tertiary_Amines
.

H2Chem_Deduce_the_Mechanism_for_this_Equilibrium
.

H2Chem_Kinetics_calculate_rate_constant_k
.

H2Chem_Solubilities_and_Acidities_of_Cis_vs_Trans_Butenedioic_acid
.

H2Chem_CarboyxlicAcidDerivatives_DeductiveElucidation_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
.

H2Chem_Aldehydes_vs_Ketones_DeductiveElucidation_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
.

H2Chem_Aromaticity_DeductiveElucidation_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
.

H2Chem_Alkyne_vs_Diene_DeductiveElucidation_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
.

H2Chem_Alkenes_DeductiveElucidation_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
.

H2Chem_Stereoisomerism_DeductiveElucidation_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
.

H2Chem_How_pH_can_affect_Electrophilic_Aromatic_Substitution
.

H2Chem_Tricky_Chemical_Equilibria_Questions
.

H2Chem_Gas_Laws_2_Containers_Problem
.
H2Chem_H2Bio_Tertiary_Structure_of_Fibrous_Proteins
.
H2Chem_Why_this_Friedel_Crafts_reaction_kena_Epic_Fail
.
H2Chem_Give_That_Man_A_Teh_O_Ice_Limau
.
H2Chem_Kinetics_Can_Be_Tricky
.
H2Chem_Stereoisomers_Of_Cyclic_Molecules
.
H2Chem_Ortho_vs_Para_vs_Meta_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
(Yahoo Q&As here and here)
.
H2Chem_How_Heavy_Metals_Denature_Proteins
.
H2Chem_RachelLeeJiaLi_asks_Acid_Base_Equilibria_Qn
.
H2Chem_IodineHeptaFluoride
.
H2Chem_Why_is_Vitamin_C_Acidic
.
H2Chem_Birch_Reduction_of_Benzene
.
H2Chem_Steric_Hindrance_can_be_useful_in_Synthesis_Strategies
.
H2Chem_Which_is_the_stronger_Lewis_acid_BF3_or_BCl3
.
H2Chem_From_Ammonia_to_Hydrazine_A_Redox_Reaction
.
H2Chem_Deductive_Elucidation_involving_CarboCation_Rearrangement
.
H2Chem_Do_Alkenes_react_with_Benzene_Yes_they_can
.
H2Chem_Electrophilic_Addition_across_Conjugated_Dienes
.
H2Chem_TheBambergerRearrangement
.
H2Chem_Chemistry_of_Sulfur_Halides
.
H2Chem_Equilibrium_Mechanism_between_Gaseous_N2O5_and_Solid_NO2NO3
.
H2Chem_SN1_does_not_always_result_in_complete_Racemization
.
H2Chem_Nucleophilic_Substitutions_with_Allylic_Rearrangements
.
H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_proves_N_is_more_Electronegative_than_Cl
.
H2Chem_The_Claisen_and_Dieckmann_Condensations
.
H2Chem_ThermalDecompositionOfHydratedCopper(II)Sulfate
.
H2Chem_Cambridge_InorganicAnalysisCalculationQn
.
H2Chem_MichaelAdditionReaction
.
H2Chem_RedoxStoichiometryChallengeQn
.
H2Chem_NitrogenMonoxide_to_NitrosylHalide_to_Nitrosonium
.
H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Vanadium_OS_Riddle
.
  H2Chem_The_BloodRed_PentaAquoThioCyanatoIron(III)_CoordinationComplex
.
H2Chem_How_Enthalpy_and_Entropy_Affects_Position_of_Equilibrium
.
H2Chem_PF5_pwnz_NF5_and_PH5
.
H2Chem_If_the_S_atom_is_sp3_hybridized_where_are_the_p_orbitals_used_for_pi_bonding
.
H2Chem_The_Bond_Enthalpies_of_the_Pnictogens
.
H2Chem_Difference_between_BaseCatalyzed_versus_BasePromoted
.
H2Chem_Iodide_thinks_Thallium_I_am_not
O_o_I_Thallium_therefore_Iodide_am_not_o_O

.
H2Chem_Difference_between_SideProduct_versus_ByProduct
.
H2Chem_The_Mysterious_d_Block_Contraction
.
H2Chem_Electrophilic_Addition_may_yield_an_Unexpected_Product
.
H2Chem_Tollens_Reagent_Complex_Ion_Solubility_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Extension_on_2013_A_Level_P2_Q3
.
H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Extension_on_2013_A_Level_P1_Q8
.
H2Chem_The_PentazeniumAzide_Allotrope_of_Nitrogen
.
H2Chem_Whats_the_OS_of_lead_in_Pb3O4
.
H2Chem_Acidities_of_Phenol_versus_BetaDiKetones
.
H2Chem_Structures_of_P4O6_vs_P4O10
.
H2Chem_Synthesis_of_MethylEsters_using_DiazoMethane
.
H2Chem_Solubility_Equilibria_of_SilverChromate(VI)
.
H2Chem_LiAlH4_Reduction_of_CarboxylicAcids_to_Alcohols
.
H2Chem_LiAlH4_Reduction_of_Amides_to_Amines
.
H2Chem_Is_Carbon_Monoxide_really_Neutral
.
H2Chem_Position_of_Equilibrium_in_KetoEnol_Tautomerism
.
H2Chem_From_Inorganic_Carbide_To_Organic_Propyne
.
H2Chem_Hydrolysis_of_Nitriles
.
H2Chem_The_Lazy_Inert_Pair_Effect
.
H2Chem_What_does_Cell_Potential_tell_u_about_Position_of_Equilibrium
.
H2Chem_The_Iodoform_Mechanism
.
H2Chem_Why_sulfur_forms_S8_while_oxygen_forms_O2
.
H2Chem_The_Case_Of_The_Solvated_Electron
.
H2Chem_Name_the_Ionic_Compound_that_has_No_Ionic_Bonds
.
H2Chem_Hydrolysis_of_Calcium_Phosphide
.
H2Chem_Reaction_of_Amides_with_SOCl2
.
H2Chem_Hess_Law_applied_to_Group_VII
.
H2Chem_The_Hydroxonium_Ion
.
H2Chem_VSEPR_Geometries
.
H2Chem_Mechanism_of_Chymotrypsin_Enzyme
.
H2Chem_Mechanism_of_Dephosphorylation_Enzymes
.
H2Chem_The_Hofmann_Rearrangement
.
H2Chem_The_Wittig_Mechanism
.
H2Chem_Special_Case_of_Fehlings_and_Tollens
.
H2Chem_Fries_Rearrangement
.
H2Chem_CyanuricAcid
.
H2Chem_Degree_of_Unsaturation
.
H2Chem_WhyLonePairsRepelMoreThanBondPairs
.
H2Chem_Electron_Configurations_of_Ions
.
H2Chem_Using_Dash-and-Wedge_to_illustrate_SN2_Inversion_of_Configuration
.
H2Chem_Separation_of_Organic_Compounds_by_Acid_Base_Solvent_Extractions
.
H2Chem_ThermoChromic_Transition_Metal_Coordination_Complexes
.
H2Chem_Amide_versus_Peptide
.
H2Chem_Substitution_versus_Elimination
.
H2Chem_Kinetics_of_FriedalCrafts_a_BedokFunlandJC_Challenge
.
H2Chem_Equilibrium_of_Cyclopropanone_and_its_Hydrate
.
H2Chem_Relationship_between_ElectroChem_&_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_WhyAproticSolventsSolvateAnionsPoorly
.
H2Chem_ReactivitySelectivityPrinciple_and_ResonanceStabilizedRadicals
.
H2Chem_The_Delightfully_Tedious_Solubility_Equilibria_Qn
.
H2Chem_Melting_vs_Boiling_Points_of_Cis_vs_Trans_Alkenes
.
H2Chem_StrongestAcidInTheUniverse
.
H2Chem_Ethene_plus_Hydrogen_and_CarbonMonoxide_generates_Propanal
.
H2Chem_Fun_with_Free_Radicals
.
H2Chem_Sadistic_OC_Deductive_Elucidation
.
H2Chem_Benzyl_Halide_versus_Vinyl_Halide
.
H2Chem_AutoCatalytic_Hydrolysis_of_Lactone
.
H2Chem_WhyAreTransAlkenesMoreStableThanCisAlkenes
.
H2Chem_WhyAreInternalAlkenesMoreStableThanTerminalAlkenes
.
H2Chem_Diels_Alder_mechanism
.
H2Chem_Alkene_vs_Alkyne_and_Amine_vs_Imine
.
H2Chem_Ping_Pong_Balls
.
H2Chem_MrChong_TrickyOrganicChemQn
.
H2Chem_Cambridge_OC_Deductive_Elucidation
.
H2Chem_Cambridge_Inorganic_Qualitative_Analysis
.
H2Chem_Cambridge_Killer_OC_Deductive_Elucidation_Synthesis_Qn
.
H2Chem_KetoneAsNucleophileGuy_Attacks_KetoneAsElectrophileGirl
.
H2Chem_AcidBase_and_Solubility_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_Acidity_of_Alcohol_vs_Thiol
.
H2Chem_Reactivities_of_H_atoms_in_Free_Radical_Substitution
.
H2Chem_Nucleophilic_Substitution_Casino_Qn
.
H2Chem_Stereochemistry_of_the_Bromination_of_Cyclopentene
.
H2Chem_Geometrical_Isomers_of_Butenedioic_acid
.
H2Chem_Factors_That_Modify_Acidity_of_CarboxylicAcids

H2Chem_Why_Hydrofluoric_Acid_Eats_Through_Glass
.
H2Chem_Tricky_Isomers_of_3-MethylPentane
.
H2Chem_2012_Paper3_N2O5_mechanism
.
H2Chem_2012_Paper3_MalicAcid_mechanism
.
H2Chem_Cambridge_on_the_Si-F_bond
.
H2Chem_What_is_the_pKa_of_Water
.
H2Chem_Acid-Base_Equilibria_of_Arginine
.
H2Chem_Acid-Base_Equilibria_of_Histidine
.
H2Chem_Does_Markovnikov_Rule_Always_Work?
.
H2Chem_The_Mysterious_DiHypoPhosphorous_Acid

H2Chem_Oxidation_of_Alcohols_versus_Aldehydes
.
H2Chem_Acid_Base_Equilibria_of_Alpha_Amino_Acids
.
H2Chem_White_Phosphorus
.
H2Chem_Acid_Base_Equilibria_in_Kinetics
.
H2Chem_The_Link_Between_Kinetics_And_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_NF3_Anomalous_Bond_Angle
.
H2Chem_HowLemonJuiceGetsRidOfSashimiFishySmell
.
H2Chem_SpiderSilk_NumberOfAminoAcidResidues
.
H2Chem_Thermodynamics_and_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_Hydrogen_Bond_Donors_vs_Acceptors
.
H2Chem_Metallic_vs_Ionic_Bonding
.
H2Chem_Hydrogen_Bonding_in_Liquid_aka_Glacial_Ethanoic_Acid
.
H2Chem_Extraction_of_Bromine_from_Sea_Salt
.
H2Chem_The_Mathematics_of_Kinetics
.
H2Chem_Sadistic_Double_Titration
.
H2Chem_Bond_Strength_in_Phenylethene
.
H2Chem_Reaction_between_CuSO4_and_KI
.
H2Chem_Homogenous_Catalyst_for_H2O2_Decomposition
.
H2Chem_Distillate_vs_Residue_Organic_Chemistry
.
H2Chem_pH_of_water_at_different_temperatures
.
H2Chem_Sadistic_Enthalpy_Changes
.
H2Chem_Boiling_Water_On_Mountain_Tops
.
H2Chem_Structure_of_CO2_vs_SiO2
.
H2Chem_Structure_of_N2_vs_P4
.
H2Chem_Pouring_NaOH_over_SiO2
.
H2Chem_VanDerWaals_vs_HydrogenBonding
.
H2Chem_Sadistic_Kinetics
.
H2Chem_Kinetics_and_Mechanisms_Q1
.
H2Chem_Kinetics_and_Mechanisms_Q2
.
H2Chem_U_got_1_min_per_MCQ_Qn_ReadySetGo
.
H2Chem_Kinetics_&_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_N2O4_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_Qc_vs_Kc
.
H2Chem_Buffer_Qn
.
H2Chem_Sadistic_Buffer_Qn
.
H2Chem_CommonIonEffect_SolubilityEquilibria
.
H2Chem_CadmiumSulfate_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_MonoHydroxoChromium_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_TetraAmineCopper(II)Ion_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_Polyprotic_Amphiprotic_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_Competing_Solubility_Equilibria
.
H2Chem_RedCatRidingAnOx
.
H2Chem_SolubilityOfGroupII_Hydroxides_vs_Carbonates
.
H2Chem_CalciumCarbonate_Iconoclastic_Solubility
.
H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Ownz_DeductiveElucidation
.
H2Chem_BedokFunlandJC_Ownz_PathwaySynthesis
.
H2Chem_Cyclobutane_Anomalous_Bond_Energy
.
H2Chem_MethylEnols_Iodoform_Test
.
H2Chem_Basicities_of_Amines
.
H2Chem_ElectrophilicAromaticSubstitutions
.
H2Chem_Oxidation_of_Ketones
.
H2Chem_Why_24DNPH_dont_react_with_esters_amides
.
H2Chem_Clemmenson_Reduction
.
H2Chem_Acidity_of_NitroPhenols
.
H2Chem_The_Hypothetical_Amino_Acid
.

 
 

To calculate A levels-to-University admission score :
.
You need to include :
- Your best four content subjects (i.e. 3 H2 and 1 H1 content subjects, with at least 1 subject to be from a contrasting discipline).
- Either GP or KI grade taken in the same sitting.
- H1 Project Work.

The maximum points for H2 and H1 subjects are 20 and 10 respectively.
Note that any H3 papers taken at the A Level examination will not be considered in the computation of the University Score.
Finally, take note that the marks-for-grades allocation values (table above) are subject to the 'BellCurve' which varies every year.



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†--Congratulations!--†
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to my following BedokFunland JC tuition students who scored a
Distinction A Grade for their A Level H2 Chemistry Examinations



.
BedokFunland JC's
2
016
and previous years
Singapore-Cambridge A Level H2 Chemistry Exam Results
.

Leading by Example :
Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC)
, 2016

.

QiBin Ng, 2016
.

HuiYuen Loh, 2016
.

YanShan Ng, 2016
.

Alvin Tan, 2016
.

Marcus Chong, 2016
.

Leading by Example :
Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC)
, 2015

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WeiQing Zhang, 2015
.

YingJie Ng, 2015
.

Leading by Example :
Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC)
, 2014

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Angelina Lam, 2014
.

Brian Tan, 2014
.

Jessica Kng, 2014
.

JunEr Lee, 2014
.

Matthew Tan, 2014
.

Nicholas Ng, 2014
.

ZhunYi Lim, 2014
.

Leading by Example :
Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC)
, 2013

.
 
Wesley Ng, 2013
.

Raphael Lee, 2013
.

Leading by Example :
Mr Heng (aka BedokFunland JC)
, 2012

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Aish Rao, 2012
.

Aidil Muhd, 2011
.

Binghong Chew, 2011
.

Bingyi Lim, 2011
.

Bryan Heng, 2011
.

Delphine Ang, 2011
.

Jeannie Ong, 2011
.

Jiehui Chen, 2011
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Junhao Ng, 2011
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Minlin Lee, 2011
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Ruying Fong, 2011
.

Sheriel Chia, 2011
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XinYi Chan, 2011
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Zheyuan Li, 2011
.

Jesica Tan, 2010
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He Liyun, 2010
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Anissa Tan, 2010
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Charlie Lim, 2010
.

Marissa Lee, 2009
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Geraldine Quek, 2009
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Krystal Ng, 2009
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Calvin Seah, 2008
.



 

 
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Recommended Books
for--A Level H2 Chemistry
.
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.
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CS Toh
| H2 A Level Study Guide | Advanced Study Guide |
| A Level Practice Qns | A Level Practice MCQ |

All 4 books :-(Basic + Intermediate) -(Super Highly Recommended)
.
The above H2 Chemistry-notes books-and-practice books, authored by CS Toh, are available for purchase from CS Toh's website. These books cover the essentials of the H2 Chemistry syllabus, and are a basic necessity for any H2 Chemistry student. These books also completely replace the need for any JC's lecture notes and tutorials for H2 Chemistry. Feel free to burn away all your JC's lecture notes and tutorials, and just use CS Toh's-notes books-and-practice books-for the A levels. For the-notes book, you can choose between the-A-Level Study Guide-(covering only the Singapore H2 syllabus) or the-Advanced Study Guide-(which covers all of the following Chemistry syllabuses : Singapore H2 A levels, International Baccalaurate, Cambridge International Exams A levels, Hong Kong A levels).
.
The following-text books,-guide books,-notes books,-exam papers-and-practice books-are recommended for high-achieving H2 Chemistry students who intend to not just completely master the H2 Chemistry syllabus and obtain an 'A' grade for H2 Chemistry, but whom furthermore wish to (during their JC years) begin an accelerated advanced preparation into Chemistry based courses in the University (eg. Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Chemical Engineering, Biological Chemistry, etc).
.
As a guide to the degree of relevancy of the following recommended materials in regard to the H2 A level syllabus, note that "basic" refers to the A level syllabus and equivalent (eg. International Baccalaureate), while "advanced" refers to content significantly above & beyond the A level syllabus (see preceeding paragraph on high-achieving students), and "intermediate" is self-explanatory. Be warned that several of the titles recommended here do not contain any "basic" content at all, such University-level books are useful only for the extreme high-end achievers (top 5% of each Singapore cohort).



.
Guide Book-/-Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Super Highly Recommended)

[ Inorganic Chemistry Made Easy ]
George Chong KL
.
.
Guide Book-/-Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Super Highly Recommended)

[ Organic Chemistry Made Easy ]
George Chong KL
.
.
Text Book-/-Guide Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Super Highly Recommended)

[ Understanding Advanced Chemistry
Through Problem Solving : Volume 1

Physical and Inorganic Chemistry ]
Jeanne Tan, Kim Seng Chan
.
.
Text Book-/-Guide Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Super Highly Recommended)

[ Understanding Advanced Chemistry
Through Problem Solving : Volume 2

Organic and Analytical Chemistry ]
Jeanne Tan, Kim Seng Chan
.
.
Text Book-/-Guide Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Super Highly Recommended)

[ Understanding Advanced Physical
Inorganic Chemistry : The Learner's Approach ]
Jeanne Tan, Kim Seng Chan
.
.
Text Book-/-Guide Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Super Highly Recommended)

[ Understanding Advanced Organic and
Analytical Chemistry : The Learner's Approach ]
Jeanne Tan, Kim Seng Chan
.
.
Text Book-/-Guide Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Super Highly Recommended)

[ Understanding Experimental Planning for
Advanced Level Chemistry: The Learner's Approach
]
Chan Kim Seng, Jeanne Tan
.

.
Text Book
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Highly Recommended)

[ Chemistry3 : Introducing Inorganic,
Organic and Physical Chemistry ]
Burrows, Holman, Parsons, Pilling, Price
.
.
Text Book
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Highly Recommended)

[ Organic Chemistry ]
David R Klein
Solutions Manual also available
.
.
Text Book-+-Solutions Manual
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Highly Recommended)

[ Exploring Chemical Analysis ]
Daniel C Harris
Textbook alone also available
.
.
Notes Book-/-Guide Book
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Highly Recommended)

.[ WILEY Keynotes in Organic Chemistry ]
Book version | eBook version
Andrew F Parsons
.
.
Notes Book-/-Guide Book
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Highly Recommended)

.[ BIOS Instant Notes in Organic Chemistry ]
Graham Patrick
.
.
Text Book
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Highly Recommended)

[ Organic Chemistry ]
Paula Yurkanis Bruice
Solutions Manual also available
.
.
Text Book
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Highly Recommended)

[ Organic Chemistry ]
Janice Gorzynski Smith
Solutions Manual also available
.
.
Guide Book-/-Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Highly Recommended)

[ Organic Chemistry I as a Second Language :
Translating the Basic Concepts ]
David R Klein
.
.
Guide Book-/-Practice Book
(Basic+ Intermediate + Advanced)
(Highly Recommended)

[ Organic Chemistry II as a Second Language :
Second Semester Topics ]
David R Klein
.
.
e-Book :-Notes Book-/-Guide Book
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Highly Recommended)
.
Organic Chemistry Reagent Guide
.

[ A pdf e-book available for online purchase ]
.
James Ashenhurst, PhD @
www.MasterOrganicChemistry.com
.
.
Text Book
(Intermediate + Advanced)
(Highly Recommended)

Book version | CD-Rom version
[ Strategic Applications of Named
Reactions in Organic Synthesis ]

Laszlo Kurti, Barbara Czako
.
.
Text Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Highly Recommended)

[ Cambridge Pre-U Chemistry ]
Dr Michael A Thompson
Heath's Pre-U Bookshop
.
.
Guide Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Highly Recommended)

[ Pre-U Chemistry Revision Guide ]
Peter Harrison and Max Hunter
Heath's Pre-U Bookshop
.
.
Guide Book-/-Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Highly Recommended)

[ Chemistry Olympiad Support Booklet ]
Phil Copley, Tim Hersey, Chas McCaw, Rob Paton,
Kathryn Scott, Andrew Worrall, Peter Wothers 
Royal  Society of Chemistry
.
.
Exam Papers-&-Mark Schemes
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Highly Recommended)
.
Chemistry Olympiads
.
UK Chem Olympiad Papers
.
Royal Society of Chemistry

Question Papers & Mark Schemes

.
These papers are only the UK Round 1 Chem Olympiad papers,
and are closer in standard to Singapore H2 A level papers, rather
than the actual International Olympiad papers, which are much
tougher. In addition, Cambridge (a close affiliate of the Royal Society
of Chemistry) has been using modified versions of past UK Round 1
Chem Olympiad questions in the recent 2010 to 2014 Singapore H2
Chemistry papers. Students who intend to score a distinction in their
H2 Chemistry exams should certainly attempt these Olympiad papers.
.
.
Text Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Highly Recommended)

[ Higher Level Chemistry - Pearson Baccalaureate :
Developed Specifically for the IB Diploma) 
Catrin Brown, Mike Ford
Solutions available online (for free)
.
.
Solutions Manual
(Qns included)

(Intermediate + Advanced)
(Highly Recommended)
.

.
[ Organic Chemistry ]

Stuart Warren
.
.
Text Book-/-Guide Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Highly Recommended)

[ OCR A2 Chemistry Textbook ]
Mike Smith, John Older
Teacher's Guide sold separately
.
.
Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Highly Recommended)

[ OCR A2 Chemistry Exam Cafe ]
Dave GentRob Ritchie
.
.
Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Highly Recommended)

[ 500 AP Chemistry Questions ]
Mina Lebitz (McGraw-Hill)
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Guide Book-/-Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Highly Recommended)

[ Get Ready for Organic Chemistry ]
Joel Karty
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.
Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Highly Recommended)

[ 500 MCAT-General-Chemistry Questions ]
John Moore, Richard H. Langley (McGraw-Hill)
.
.
Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Highly Recommended)

[ 500 MCAT-Organic-Chemistry Questions ]
John Moore, Richard H. Langley (McGraw-Hill)
.
.
Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Highly Recommended)

[ Practice in Chemistry :
Progressive Questions for A Level ]
Benfield, Hillman, McCarty
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Text Book
(Intermediate + Advanced)
(Recommended)

[ Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry ]
Richard A Jackson
.
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Guide Book-/-Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Recommended)

[ MCATGeneral Chemistry Review ]
Princeton Review
.
.
Guide Book-/-Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Recommended)

[ MCAT Organic Chemistry Review ]
Princeton Review
.
.
Guide Book-/-Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Recommended)

[ MCAT General Chemistry Review ]
Kaplan
.
.
Guide Book-/-Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Recommended)

[ MCAT Organic Chemistry Review ]
Kaplan
.
.
Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Recommended)

[ Cractking the GRE Chemistry Test ]
Princeton Review
.
.
Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Recommended)

[ GRE Chemistry with Testware ]
Susan D. Van Arnum, REA
.
.
Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Recommended)

[ Cracking the AP Chemistry Exam, 2011 Edition ]
The Princeton Review
.
.
Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Recommended)

[ 5 Steps to a 5 AP Chemistry, 2011 Edition ]
McGraw-Hill
.
.
Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Recommended)

[ CliffsNotes AP Chemistry ]
Cliff Notes
.
.
Practice Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Recommended)

[ Barron's AP Chemistry ]
Barron
.
.
Text Book-/-Guide Book
(Intermediate+ Advanced)
(Recommended)

[ Organic Experiments :
Macroscale and Microscale.]
Williamson and Masters
.
.
Text Book-/-Guide Book
(Intermediate + Advanced)
(Recommended)

[ Practical Skills in Chemistry.]
Dean, Jones, Holmes, Reed, Jones, Weyers
.
.
(Free) e-Text Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Recommended)

[ Chemical Principles ]
Dickerson, Gray, Haight
.
Answers to the odd-numbered practice questions at the
end of each chapter are provided in the appendix of the book.
.
.
Solutions Manual-(Qns included)
(Intermediate + Advanced)
(Recommended)

[ Inorganic Chemistry :
Solutions Manual to Shriver & Atkins ]
Hagerman, Schnabel and Ramanujachary
.
.
Text Book-/-Guide Book
(Basic)
(Recommended)

[ Cambridge International A Level
Chemistry Coursebook ]
Norris, Ryan and Acaster
.
.
Notes Book-/-Guide Book
(Basic)
(Recommended)

[ A Level for Cambridge International
Exams Chemisty Revision Guide ]
David Bevan
.
.
Guide Book
(Basic + Intermediate)
(Recommended)

[ The Bridge To Organic Chemistry ]
Yoder, Leber, Thomsen
.
.
Text Book
(Basic + Intermediate + Advanced)
(Recommended)

[ Essentials of Organic Chemistry : for Students of
Medicine, Pharmacy and Biological Chemistry ]
Paul M. Dewick
.
.
Guide Book
(Intermediate + Advanced)
(Recommended)

A level H3 Chemistry :
[ Thinking Straight About
Pharmaceutical Chemistry ]
ChorngShin Lee, Eugene Yang,
Alice Chan, TianXin Lee, Justin Chen
.
.
Guide Book
(Intermediate + Advanced)
(Recommended)

[ Schaum's Outline of Organic Chemistry ]
Herbert Meislich, Howard Nechamkin,
Jacob Sharefkin, George Hademenos 
.
 .
Notes Book
(Intermediate + Advanced)
(Recommended)

[ BIOS Instant Notes in Physical Chemistry ]
Whittaker, Mount, Heal
.
.
Notes Book
(Intermediate + Advanced)
(Recommended)

[ BIOS Instant Notes in Inorganic Chemistry ]
Tony Cox
.
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Most of the Chemistry books featured above, are available for order, from one or more of the following bookstores :
the NUS Science Co-Op bookstore, the Amazon.com, the Kinokuniya bookstore, and the Popular Bookstore.
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===--A Level Chemistry Websites--===
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Special Mention

O
wl Cove's

free download of dozens of excellent  
H2 Chemistry Notes
covering the entire H2 syllabus
prepared by former Singapore A level students

http://owlcove.sg
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Jim Clarke's
A Level ChemGuide
"Helping you understand Chemistry"

www.chemguide.co.uk
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Rod Beavon's
A Level Chemistry
www.rod.beavon.clara.net
.
Chemistry H2 Planning (Organic Chem)
www.rod.beavon.clara.net/organic_preps.htm
.
Chemistry H2 Planning (Drawing Apparatus)
www.rod.beavon.clara.net/apparatus.htm
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.
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KhanAcademy.Org

"High Quality Online Lectures"
.
Physical Chemistry
www.khanacademy.org/#chemistry
.
Organic Chemistry
www.khanacademy.org/#organic-chemistry
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.
Cambridge-A Level Papers
.
Download these Papers
at your own risk from
www.xtremepapers.com
and
www.freeexampapers.com
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Chemistry Olympiads
UK Chemistry Olympiad Papers
by Royal Society of Chemistry
(a close affiliate of Cambridge University)

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Question Papers & Mark Schemes
www.rsc.org
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Links for JC students
Interested in studying-Medicine


KevinMD.com


Singapore M.D. (http://singaporemd.blogspot.sg)
by a group of Singaporean Medical Doctors
.
Singapore Student's Guide to Studying Medicine in Australia
by soon-to-be Dr Matsuri and soon-to-be Med student Orbital Radius (Sg Club)
.
NUS Medicine Interview Tips
by Dr J.
.
The Singapore Medical Student Wannabe
by Dr Gerald Tan
.
NUS Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy
BrightSparks (Singapore) forum
.
Career in Medicine, Dentistry & Healthcare
BrightSparks (Singapore) forum
.

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Cambridge's BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT)
.
BMAT-FAQs
http://www.admissionstests.cambridgeassessment.org.uk/adt/bmat/faqs
.
BMAT-Exam Papers (including Answers)
http://www.admissionstests.cambridgeassessment.org.uk/adt/bmat/Test+Preparation
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Recommended Books
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"Get into Medical School -
Write the perfect personal statement."
by Dr Olivier Picard
and Dr Dominique Pizzingrilli
.
.

"Medical School Interviews:
A Practical Guide to Help You
Get That Place at Medical School"
by Dr George Lee and Dr Olivier Picard
.
.

"Succeed In
Your Medical School Interview"
by Dr Christopher See
.
.

"Getting Into Medical School
2012 entry"
by Dr Simon Horner
and Dr Steven Piumatti
.
.

"The Medical School Interview"
by Dr Jeremiah Fleenor
.
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"The Medical School Interview"
by Dr Jessica Freedman
.
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 ===Other Helpful Websites===
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Mr Chong's

A Level H2 Chemistry Resources
(http://alevelchemistrysg.blogspot.com)
.
If you're staying in the-West,-Central-or-North-of Singapore, do consider-Mr Chong's Chemistry Tuition Services for O and A levels, conveniently located in the Toa Payoh area (Mr Chong-also conducts lessons in various locations around Singapore). While students of all levels and grades are welcome to apply,-Mr Chong-prefers and specializes in, and is very effective at, tutoring weaker students to empower them to catch up and achieve their fullest potential in Chemistry. For tuition inquiries, please call or sms Mr Chong at 98935144 or email him at chemguide7@hotmail.com
.

Tuition in Singapore for
Sciences & Mathematics
Physics, Chemistry, Biology
E Maths, A Maths (O Level Subjects)
.
Mr Jeremy Ow
Learning Made Simple
http://lmstuition.weebly.com/

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"Financial Aid for
Singaporeans studying abroad"

http://igfas.wiki.zoho.com
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===The Periodic Table ===
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The-Godlike-Periodic Table
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Royal-Society-of-Chemistry
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===-Standard Redox Potentials-===


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† Greek Alphabet Symbols†


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BedokFunland JC
T-Shirts are now available for purchase from  Reflection Apparels
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BedokFunland JC tip on using Brother Printers :
How to reset toner usage (ie. when the Brother printer greedily forces you
to change to a new toner, even though there's lots of powder ink left in the old toner)
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– Open the front cover and leave open while completing the following steps.
– Turn the printer off.
– Hold the ‘go’ button (or “start’ button) while turning the printer on. All panel lights should be on.
– Release the ‘go’ button (or “start’ button).
– Press the ‘go’ button (or “start’ button) 2 times.
– Pause. All panel lights should be on.
– Press the ‘go’ button (or “start’ button) 5 times.
The toner light should be off. (error may be flashing)
The paper light should be on or flashing.
– Close cover. The ready light should be the only light on.
– Switch off and on the printer (if necessary).

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