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For smart kids who love playing games: Primary 3 to 6

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International Plaza

10 Anson Road

#36-05A

Singapore, 079903

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Learn the "Rider & Horse" technique that has groomed smarter students faster than the school curriculum.


This technique is suitable for kids who:

==> Are between the ages of 9-12

==> Have short attention spans when it comes to studying

==> Can't seem to absorb (or remember) things as well, even with tuition



In playing some of the games, your child will learn:


=> How to write a story that makes him stand out


=> The secret "Library of Knowledge strategy" that helps him to retain information for a long time


=> 18 of the best words to use in his next composition test


=> What to do when the teacher is handing out the exam paper (2 minute exercise that will instantly make him "on form" for the exam)


=> The "Sweet Wrapper" technique that will prevent him from getting restless during study time


=> How to quickly spot hidden meanings in comprehension passages


=> 1 Simple exercise used to never "blank out" or panic during an exam


=> The fastest way to check if his answer is correct for maths problem sums


=> 7 mistakes most students make when preparing for a test... and how to avoid them


We've worked with numerous organizations to share this information exclusively to their staff's kids. Now, we're sharing it to the public. If your child doesn't enjoy studying, this session is a must attend. There are many ways to help kids improve their grades. If your child loves to open his/her book at the study table, give this event a pass. But if you need to nag at your child just to get him/her to open the school bag, then what you'll see here will quickly change the way your child views learning.

Reserve a seat now.





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