Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
How are lessons like?
The lessons are not conducted in the same style as the typical JC Economics lecture/tutorial lessons.
The lessons are more intensive and results driven.
The ultimate aim of coming for tuition classes is to score an 'A' for the GCE A level Economics examination.
What do I have to bring along for the lesson?
A sweater/jacket and writing materials
All other Economics notes and worksheets will be provided by the tutor.
What if I am unable to attend one lesson?
Inform the administrative staff as early as possible. The staff will try to arrange for an alternative makeup lesson with another class group.
However, if you are unable to attend the makeup class or if there is no available slots in other classes, then, there will strictly be no refund of fees.
Students are advised to attend all lessons faithfully.
How do I sign up for the class?
You may send an SMS to 8251 3684 with your full name, contact number, school, level and selected time-slot to sign up for the class.
Do you issue a receipt upon collection of fees?
Yes. An official receipt will be given.
Which schools do you current or ex-students come from?
A level Economics students come from the various schools:
National Junior College (NJC)
Pioneer Junior College (PJC)
Anderson Junior College (AJC)
Jurong Junior College (JJC)
Raffles Institution (RJC)
Hwa Chong Institution (HCJC)
Millennia Institute (MI)
Temasek Junior College (TJC)
Serangoon Junior College (SRJC)
Catholic Junior College (CJC)
Temasek Junior College (TJC)
St. Andrew's Junior College (SAJC)
Anglo Chinese Junior College (ACJC)
Victoria Junior College (VJC)
Tampines Junior College (TPJC)
Innova Junior College (IJC)
River Valley High School (RVHS)
Dunman High School (DHS)
Can I request for an Economics private tuition session instead?
No. Mr Anthony Fok’s schedule is fully booked for group tuition at Bukit Timah and Tampines.
In contrast to home tutors who may not have the relevant teaching experience and structured lesson materials in place, Mr Anthony Fok’s detailed lessons plans optimizes lesson delivery. Through interactive group discussions, students are able to gain a better and deeper understanding of the subject content. This is supported by the proven track record as shown from the quality results produced and positive testimonials from former students.
Can I see your degree scrolls?
Mr Anthony's educational certificates are prominently displayed at the centre's premises.
What if Mr Anthony is unable to make it for the lesson (e.g. sick or on reservist?)
To ensure quality delivery of lessons, there will be no relief teacher.
The lesson will be cancelled and a makeup class will be arranged.
Are there any other fees such as deposit or material fees payable?
There are no deposit or registration fees payable.
Can I buy the Economics notes instead of attending your tuition classes?
The notes are not for sale. It is the delivery and conduct of the lessons that make the difference.
Is it too late to come for Economics tuition now?
There are numerous students who join Mr Anthony Fok's Economics tuition classes in the last few months' before their A-level examinations and still score a distinction in the subject. Do read the testimonials of students who have achieved this feat with his guidance.
What makes Mr Anthony Fok so special?
Mr Anthony Fok was featured on The Sunday Times newspapers as “one of the five most sought-after tutors in Singapore” in the year 2008. Quoting from the Sunday Times newspaper article, “As he is well known for his ability to deliver results, parents try all means to put their child in his class”.
Mr Anthony Fok says, “I believe that my popularity as a top Economics tutor in Singapore comes from more than merely imparting Economics knowledge. I motivate the students to love the subject and to look beyond the academic grades. I teach values and life lessons that will be valuable to them even after graduation. I am more than a tutor to the students. I am a friend and a mentor.”
“I help to shorten the learning process and bridge the gap between what was taught in schools and what eventually appears in the national examinations. Students look for me because they want to achieve their ‘A’ grade and I am confident that I can deliver the results they want, as long as they work hard together with me.”
“I enjoy teaching and I am lucky to be able to find great satisfaction in my work.”