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March 6, 2020

How to Study for Organic Chemistry?

This article is written by our Principal tutor Raene on the best way to study for Organic Chemistry. What you should and should not do. Do not miss these tips!
February 5, 2020

Your Guide to Choosing the Best JC Subject Combination for Yourself

Junior Colleges prepares you for University and so the right subject combination is important. Here is a guide on choosing your best JC subject combination.
January 10, 2020

How to Perform Better While Studying LESS

This article provides tips that are aimed at improving the learning quality in class and studying efficiency.
January 7, 2020

Transiting from Secondary School to Junior College: What you need to know

This article gives 4 tips on how to survive the transition from Secondary School to Junior College.
February 1, 2019

Five Tips on Excelling in H2 Chemistry

This article is written by a recent A Level graduate who scored B3 in O-Level Pure Chemistry but went on to score the much coveted ‘A’ Grade in A Level H2 Chemistry - sharing the 5 principles to excel in H2 Chemistry!
January 31, 2019

Hard Truths for Prospective JC1 Students

This article discusses the reasons why many students find Junior College Year 1 (JC1) education challenging these days by looking at the system itself. Through this article, parents can get up-to-speed with the demands of the current GCE A-Level education in Singapore.
February 21, 2018

Junior College Net L1R5 Cut-off Points for 2018

The is a table by Julian Chemistry Tuition center that compiles the Junior College Net L1R5 Cut-off Points for 2018.
February 2, 2018

Quick Comparison between H1, H2, H3 Chemistry

This article aims to do a comparison of consideration between H1, H2, H3 Chemistry, For Syllabuses examined in 2019
February 1, 2018

Why Study H2 Chemistry?

Despite hearing many comments that H2 Chemistry is a tough subject to handle, here are 5 very compelling reasons to take it up!
June 16, 2017

How To Interpret MOE’s University Cohort Participation Rate

Feeling aggrieved by MOE’s university admissions 'quota'? Find out what it really means as we examine its implications for JC students.