Are there other surcharges/fees at the point of registration?
A one-time non-refundable material fee of S$120 (inclusive of GST) will be collected when a student enrols for lessons. This is to cover for all the learning materials that will printed for the student for the entire year.
When and how are fees collected?
First month’s course fee will be collected when the student enrols for lessons. Fees for subsequent months will be collected during the first lesson of each month. Payment of all fees is strictly by cash and cheque payable to JC ECONOMICS EDUCATION CENTRE PTE LTD.
What is the difference between H1 Economics and H2 Economics?
All H1 and H2 students will be placed in the same class. However, H2 students will attend additional payable lessons in the months of March, June, November and December to cover for the additional chapters required in the H2 Economics syllabus. The additional topics in the H2 Economics syllabus are Market Structure, Cross Elasticity of Demand, Income Elasticity of Demand, International Trade, Moral Hazard, Asymmetric Information and Cost of Production. For H1, students need to do 2 Case Studies. For H2, students need to do 3 out of 6 essay questions and 2 Case Studies.
Can a student join anytime?
Students can join in at any time, subject to availability of seats. Fees will be pro-rated. However, it must be noted that seats get taken up quickly, especially nearing examination periods. Tuition is also not a short-term measure and thus students should join earlier to ensure a comfortable learning experience.
What should a student do if he or she misses a lesson?
He or she can attend a make-up class, again subject to availability. There will be no refund or pro-rating of fees for missed lessons.
How are students’ progress tracked?
The pace of improvements differs from student to student. Students should take the initiative to request for more guidance should they find themselves still struggling. To gauge their progress, Mr Anthony Fok routinely asks students whether they are familiar with particular concepts and reinforce those that they are weaker in.
Do lessons follow the MOE syllabus?
Lessons are designed to complement it and thus follows it closely to ensure that whatever students learn will be useful for the examinations set by schools/Cambridge.