The Knowledge Key Tuition centre becomes a centre for the dissemination of interesting current affairs and general knowledge for many lower secondary students that have yet to develop the habit of reading news and articles daily. Mr Jeck takes pride in broadening the perspectives of his students which is crucial in handling expository writing. His practical and simplistic approach to brainstorming has become the building blocks for many students who are clueless in forming their own views and ideas when tackling discursive and argumentative essays.
He believes that to score well in English is no different from other subjects, the students need to have a strong foundation and be exposed to different variations and genres of questions. The other areas where he trains the students include how to select the best question in essay writing (depending on individual student’s competencies, strengths and weaknesses), time and stress management. It is imperative that students must be able to perform under pressure as eventually, it is how well the students can present their abilities to the examiners that counts rather than how much they know.
Doing well in English is not as easy as 123 but it can be as simple as ABC. Attitude is everything! Be brimming with brio when learning. Confront your challenges by being conscientious and committed. I believe anyone and everyone can possess these ABC and has the potential to ace in the English examinations. The student that scores distinction in the English examinations need not be perfect in every aspects of the language but need to be excellent in showcasing what he or she knows to the examiners. Learn to present strengths rather than exposing weaknesses and be guided to perform under pressures.
– Jeck Chih