For all O Level Chemistry Students in Singapore


Sean Chua, Founder of SimpleChemConcepts.com has specifically made the exclusive arrangement with me to give all readers and subscribers of singaporeolevelmaths the priority registration (before it is launched to the public) for the FREE Introductory Workshop to O Level Chemistry Intensive BootCamp 2008.

4 months to O Levels, Have you scored the marks you deserved in Chemistry?

Yes? Congrats! Keep it up.

No? Go for the Introductory Workshop to learn the Chemistry Tips and Strategies that Sean is personally going to share with his audience. Seats are very limited!

So Register Now! www.simplechemconcepts.com/register

Once filled up, I can't help you further so grab your seats fast! :-)

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