What else do you want on this blog?


Hello everyone,

I know there are on average over 100 readers viewing this blog on a regular basis. Some of you are facing challenges with Math, some are good with the subject but seeking more easier learning methods,some of you are parents or tutors looking for inspiration for your child or yourself.

So I am writing this post to gather from you - my valued readers what else do you want to see on this site in addition to what you see. As you can see, this site is nothing more than my many years of teaching experience of different types of students and some of the strategies which have proven to have worked effectively for them. But this is what I think would be useful only.

The important thing is that you must find them beneficial. So tell me what else do you want to read about, the improvements to the structure of the site so that this blog is more friendly for you for all levels.

"Tell Me What Else You Want On This Blog"

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I look forward in hearing from you! Simply drop me a comment in the space below.

Cheers,

alwaysLovely

PS: "It's only when you ask, that you will get"

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Hi, I'm Ai Ling Ong. I enjoy coaching students who have challenges with understanding and scoring in 'O' Level A-Maths and E-Maths. I develop Math strategies, sometimes ridiculous ideas to help students in understanding abstract concepts the fast and memorable way. I write this blog to share with you the stuff I teach in my class, the common mistakes my students made, the 'way' to think, analyze... If you have found this blog post useful, please share it with your friends. I will really appreciate it! :)

31 Responses to What else do you want on this blog?

  1. I lived in Indonesia and want to know how to get or to follow "O" level test in singapore. Any way do you have the math test or exercise related wit O level test .Thx

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  2. hey can you email me more notes or help on sec 4 topics like probability, locus and geometrical transformation( reflection, rotation, translation, enlargement shear) sorry if i request for too many:D thanks hope to get ur mail soon

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  3. hello. maybe you can email me or post more maths questions more frequently. as a maths lover, i tend to do alot so much so that i often run out of questions to do. so if you would be able to provide me with some more questions, i would be delighted and too, be much confident with my upcoming O levels. thanks.

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  4. Hello.
    Speaking from quite a few of my schoolmates' point of view, I would appreciate more stuff on topics on graphs, such as the logarithmic graph, cubic function, reciprocal graphs, etc, and mainly how to construct them.
    Anyway, thanks for the previous notes and all, and hope to receive future mail from you soon.
    KC.

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  5. To be frank, I am attracted to "the Secrets to be a SQUARING EXPERT within 30 seconds!" but disappointed its does not apply to other number than 5.
    Continue to post such interesting of Maths Secrets, tips on the exam etc.. that can inspire people.
    Beside you may publish interesting "O" level questions that student always get it wrong with the answer and solution in subsequent week so that at least student can have a chance to try it first before looking at the solution.

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  6. pls email me lectures on Amaths topics like probability,logarithms,integration, difefrentiaition,i keep failing Amaths maybe u could post some video that shows ur teaching of the Amths topics we could learn from it haha thanks

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  7. i am math lover and want to learn something more and new .any site available where ,from basic to a level math solved or showing to how solve.thanks

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  8. (please excuse my english) I live in Indonesia and I'm planning to take the IGCSE O level test. So can you post questions for me to practice???

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  9. Dear AlwaysLovely,
    My deepest appreciation n gratefulness if u r kind enough 2 mail me studying tactics on additional maths esp on Linear Programming for Malaysia's SPM level. Also, i would also like 2 have tips n short lessons on Australian Mathematics...this is for my Aust. Maths competition on 31st of July 08. If possible, pls make it fast. Thanks a lot.

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  10. i hope that you will create a test paper for us....to test our skills for every topics..to see if we can complete the work on time and gauge our standard..and perhaps we would know which are our strong points and weak points...

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  11. Hello,
    I have got some problems dealing with Additional Mathematics topics such as Trigonometry, Differentiation of functions (Derivatives of Trigo Functions, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions) and Integration. I am always getting a C5 or a C6 in Additional Mathematics... Could you give us some study tips? Like how to study for examinations?

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  12. Hi,
    I have got some problems with some topics relating to Additional Mathematics. Topics such as Trigonometry, Geometry, Differentiation of functions 'Derivatives of Trigo Functions, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions' and Integration. I had always got a D7 or F9 in my papers. And I need you to please help me out, or better still, give me some tips to solving questions in those areas.

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    alwaysLovely Reply:

    Hi Gracious,

    Congrats on your courage and awareness of the areas you need to work on.
    Now, perhaps you would want to do a search on my website on the blog posts on the topics you have mentioned.
    I have done a search on trigonometry. Here's the search result =>
    http://www.singaporeolevelmaths.com/searchresults.html?cx=partner-pub-1225982942597082%3Aanzgb7-ojsl&cof=FORID%3A10&q=trigonometry+&sa=Search#1229
    You may want to send in your questions with your workings. I can assist

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  13. Hello

    I am thinking of if you can post up slides on maths common errors that students will usually make and also power point slides on the maths topics such as introduction, different method of solving, rules to remember and also tips.

    I am looking forward to have these slides to be posted up on the blog.

    Thank You

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  14. hey,
    peace to all
    i wanted to say that even though your blog is awesome an all, you should add some downloads too, in pdf or word format , like past-papers and other tips ... it would be surely a lot cooler...
    thanks,
    regards,
    Hamzah

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  15. hi...

    i have some problems with Amath : Differentiation, rate of change and trigo. if you could put up some easy ways to solve such questions it would be greatly appreciated...

    tytyty...

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    alwaysLovely Reply:

    Hi Xavier, if you were to do a search on my website using the search tool, you can find the notes you want.

    Differentiation: http://www.singaporeolevelmaths.com/2009/02/26/o-level-a-math-collection-of-differentiation-tips/

    Trigonometry Identity: http://www.singaporeolevelmaths.com/2008/09/29/o-level-additional-math-how-to-prove-trigonometry-identity/

    Look out for related post section for more tips when you finish reading each blog post.

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  16. Hello! I'm still having some difficulties on Additional Mathematics topic on the topic of Integration and differentiation of Trigonometry. I wish you could send me more helpful notes and please recommend me ways to study those subject (: And for all the email you've sent to me, I found it useful for my everyday revision. Thanks! (:

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    alwaysLovely Reply:

    Suria, I would recommend that you use the Search function on this website to locate the items you need.

    This is the link combining Differentiation & Integration:
    http://www.singaporeolevelmaths.com/2008/06/28/what-happens-when-integration-question-is-in-the-form-of-product/

    (I found it through the search button too (It's located above the section of "Who is behind singaporeolevelmaths.com?"

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  17. Hi,

    i have like a list of questions to ask you but the topics i really need assistance currently are : Vectors, Probability and mensuration.

    And um, if for example i have problem solving a particular question right, can i scan it from the book and show it to you?

    Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks =D

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    alwaysLovely Reply:

    I cannot promise you anything but I will do my best.
    I have almost 100 emails to handle everyday. Priority goes to my circle of students I coach.
    You would want to scan the question + your working to be effective for your learning
    :-)

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  18. i have been enjoying going through the tips and videos you have put on blog. thanks for the same.
    i want to know whats the key word in understanding a problem whether it is on permutation or combination?

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  19. Hi and thank u for teaching the squaring expert method.It kinda helps.Comming to think of maths,i have some problems such as vectors, matrices,and venn diagrams.Generally speaking,probably i also think this are also some of the problems some of us are facing.So i hope u could actually post some popular exam questions regarding these topics which could help me and the others.thanks

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