Lower Secondary Science Tuition

From: $95.00

  • Course length 4 weeks
  • Start dates 1 June | 6 July
  • Lesson times 09:00-12:00
  • English level B2
  • Minimum Age 16
  • Lessons a week 15
  • Maximum class size 13 (max 15)
  • Lesson days Monday-Friday
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Welcome To Science Masterclass Lower Secondary Science!

Embarking on the Journey of Science: Lower Secondary Exploration

Dive into the enchanting world of science with our Lower Secondary Science program. At this pivotal stage, students are not just learning facts but are beginning to understand the intricate tapestry of principles that govern our universe. With every lesson, we aim to spark curiosity and inspire a deeper appreciation for the wonders of daily life.

Have you ever wondered: Why is there a thicker left ventricular wall in our heart? What do we by passing electricity through water? Why do we see a rainbow after the rain?? From the magic of electricity to the mysteries of ecosystems, our curriculum delves into a plethora of topics that lay the groundwork for a robust scientific understanding.

Our primary goal is to establish a rock-solid foundation. Before ascending to the specialized domains of Chemistry, Physics, and Biology in upper secondary levels, it’s crucial to master the fundamentals. And here’s a testament to our dedication: a remarkable 95% of our Lower Secondary Science students transition to pure science courses at O levels, fully equipped and confident.

Yet, we recognize the challenges. Lower Secondary Science, while intriguing, can be demanding. To ensure our students not only meet but surpass these challenges, our teaching approach is uniquely tailored. We customize our instruction based on what each student is currently learning in school, ensuring relevance and timely support.

By choosing our program, students set their feet on solid scientific ground. We believe in nurturing not just knowledge but a mindset – one of inquiry, innovation, and lifelong learning. So, let’s embark on this journey together, exploring science the right way, right from the start.

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Practical Tips for Lower Secondary Science

Unlocking Success in Lower Secondary Science: Your Ultimate Guide to Sec 1 & Sec 2

Lower Secondary Science, spanning chemistry, biology, and physics, can often feel like an insurmountable challenge, especially during the crucial streaming year. At our lower Secondary science tuition, we’ve curated a game plan to guide students of Secondary 1 (Sec 1) and Secondary 2 (Sec 2) towards academic success. Dive into our specialized Science Masterclass strategies:

Studying Techniques for Comprehensive Understanding:

  1. Dive Deep with Detailed Notes: We provide detailed and comprehensive notes for each subject—chemistry, biology, and physics. These notes breakdown even the most confusing topics, making them easily digestible.
  1. Personalized Pace: Our topics are custom-fit to align with the student’s pace in school, ensuring seamless integration with their curriculum.
  1. Visual Learning: Incorporate diagrams and charts to simplify complex topics in chemistry, biology, and physics.
  1. Interactive Learning: Our Science Masterclass actively engages students, transitioning them from passive listeners to active learners.

Practice Techniques for Mastery:

  1. Relevant Assessment: Undertake assessments designed to mirror the challenges students might face in actual examinations. This prepares them both mentally and academically.
  1. Feedback: After each test or quiz, we provide actionable feedback. This is not just about what went wrong but strategies to get it right next time.
  1. Topical Reviews: Engage in complete topical reviews for each subject, allowing students to solidify their understanding topic by topic.
  1. Address Confusing Topics Head-On: Don’t shy away from confusing topics. Our tutors delve deep, providing clarity and turning these topics into strengths.

Revision Techniques for Peak Performance:

  1. Comprehensive Revision Plans: As exams approach, we intensify our comprehensive revision sessions, ensuring no topic is left unturned.
  1. Examination Strategy Workshops: Beyond understanding the content, we focus heavily on examination strategy. This is the art of applying knowledge under exam conditions efficiently.
  1. Iterative Learning: Revise, receive feedback, and iterate. This cycle ensures continuous improvement.
  1. Mock Exams: Simulate the real deal with timed mock exams, inculcating confidence and proper time management.


Lower Secondary science tuition with us isn’t just about passing exams; it’s about igniting a passion for science. From Sec 1 to Sec 2, we’re committed to guiding each student through every challenge, ensuring they’re well-prepared for the streaming year and beyond. With our detailed notes, comprehensive reviews, and tailor-made strategies, success in chemistry, biology, and physics is within reach.

Misconceptions About How to Study Lower Secondary Science

Debunking Misconceptions in Lower Secondary Science: The Do’s and Don’ts of Sec 1 & Sec 2 Science Studies

In the pivotal journey of Secondary 1 (Sec 1) to Secondary 2 (Sec 2), especially during the essential streaming year, students often grapple with numerous misconceptions about studying science. At our lower Secondary science tuition, we aim to dispel these myths. Delve into our Science Masterclass insights to navigate the realms of chemistry, biology, and physics successfully.

Misconceptions about Studying Techniques:

  1. Memorising Without Understanding: Many believe rote memorization is the key. However, memorising without understanding often backfires, especially with complex confusing topics. Our tuition promotes grasping concepts at their core.
  1. Last Minute Study Works: Procrastinating and then engaging in last minute study is risky. Instead, our detailed and comprehensive notes encourage consistent study habits throughout the year.
  2. Students Think They Can Write in Their Own Words: While understanding in one’s terms is vital, it’s a misconception that students think they can write in their own words in exams without adhering to scientific terminologies. We train students to express accurately without losing meaning.

Misconceptions about Practicing Techniques:

  1. Any Practice is Good Practice: Not all exercises are created equal. Our relevant assessments are tailored to mirror the exact challenges faced in real examinations.
  2. Immediate Feedback Isn’t Necessary: Some believe they can assess themselves later. However, prompt feedback post-assessment highlights areas of improvement instantly, solidifying learning.
  3. Topical Reviews Aren’t Required: Bypassing complete topical reviews can leave gaps in understanding. Our reviews ensure comprehensive coverage of chemistry, biology, and physics topics.

Misconceptions about Revision Techniques:

  1. All Topics are of Equal Weight: In reality, some topics demand more attention. Our comprehensive revision sessions prioritize areas often deemed challenging by students.
  2. Examination Strategy Isn’t Crucial: Beyond content, mastering the examination strategy can significantly boost scores. Our Science Masterclass imparts strategic methods to tackle questions efficiently.
  3. Revision Only Means Re-reading: Active revision, including mock tests and quizzes, reinforces knowledge more than passive reading.


Embarking on the Sec 1 and Sec 2 science journey without misconceptions clears the path for academic excellence. Our lower Secondary science tuition is designed not just to teach but to guide students in discerning myths from facts. With our strategic approach, tailored resources, and the dispelling of misconceptions, students are poised for success, especially during the crucial streaming year.

Misconceptions About Some Topics In Lower Secondary Science

Common Misconceptions in Lower Secondary Science: Unraveling the Truths of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology

Lower secondary science, with its vast expanse covering physics, chemistry, and biology, is fraught with misconceptions that can hinder genuine understanding. Let’s dive into some common misunderstandings and their clarifications across various science topics.


  1. Measurement: The belief that all measurements are 100% accurate is misleading. Every measurement has an associated degree of uncertainty.
  1. Reflection of Light vs Refraction of Light: Many confuse reflection (bouncing back of light from a surface) with refraction (change in direction of light as it passes from one medium to another).
  2. Density: A misconception is that heavy objects are always denser. Density is a ratio of mass to volume and doesn’t solely depend on the object’s weight.
  3. Forces and Work Done: It’s often thought that if you exert a force, work is done. However, work done requires movement in the direction of the force.
  4. Electrical Circuit Problems: Some believe that batteries provide electrons, but batteries simply push existing electrons in the circuit.
  5. Practical Electricity: A common myth is that rubber is the only insulator. Many materials can insulate, and effectiveness can vary.


  1. Physical vs Chemical Properties of Matter: Students often muddle physical properties (like melting point) with chemical properties (like reactivity).
  2. Separation Techniques: Not all mixtures can be separated using distillation. The technique depends on the type of mixture.
  3. Atomic Structure: An atom’s nucleus is often visualized as large because of textbook diagrams, when it’s extremely small compared to the atom’s size.
  4. Chemical Changes vs Physical Changes: Melting is sometimes mistaken as a chemical change. It’s a physical change as no new substance is formed.
  5. Acids and Alkali Reactions: Not all reactions produce salt and water. Some might produce gases or other compounds.
  6. Balancing of Chemical Equations: It’s not about simply counting atoms, but understanding reactants and products’ relationships.


  1. Transport in Humans vs Plants: The idea that only humans have a transport system is false. Transport in plants occurs through xylem and phloem.
  2. Digestive System in Humans: Digestion doesn’t just occur in the stomach; it starts in the mouth and continues in the intestines.
  3. Diffusion, Osmosis, and Active Transport: A misconception is that all movement across cell membranes is passive. Active transport requires energy.
  4. Human Sexual Reproduction: Some believe that traits are determined solely by genes. While genes play a role, environmental factors also influence.
  5. Enzymes: They are not “used up” in reactions. They act as catalysts and remain unchanged after facilitating reactions.
  6. Respiration: It’s not just “breathing.” It involves cellular processes to produce energy.
  7. Ecosystems: All components, not just animals, play a vital role. This includes sunlight, air, soil, and microorganisms


Navigating physics, chemistry, and biology in lower secondary science requires unearthing truths beneath prevalent misconceptions. As students delve deeper into topics, a clear understanding free from myths becomes paramount for academic success.

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