Update:GCE O Level A-Maths Topical Intensive Revision Programme


To All Parents & Students Who Contacted Me with the enquiries on the GCE O Level A-Maths Intensive Programme, I have to apologise sincerely as recently I have some major changes in my personal schedule which does not permit me to commit 100% for this June holidays. I have lost a large part of my contacts on my mobile phone due to the servicing of the handset so I was not able to personally notify all students and parents. Sorry for any inconvenience caused. For students who desperately need help in A-Maths still, I am looking into the possibility of conducting the same programme on every Sundays of July onwards.

Thank you for your interest.

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