FAQ

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Q1.  How do I register for the class?
Step 1. Click on the “buy lesson" menu on the menu bar
Step 2. Select the course for one whole year or individual month

It will bring you to a new web page.

Step 3. Fill up the details.

Step 4. Scroll to the bottom of the same page and click "Place order".

Step 5. You will be brought to a page for payment, a service provided by iPay88. You can pay by bank transfer or credit card/debit card.

If you are paying by credit card, it will be redirected to Pay Pal. It is safer to pay via Pay Pal. Don't worry, you don't have to create a Pay Pal account if you do not want to.
Step 6.  When the payment is successful, you will be brought to this page. You can click on the " go to study room" to look at the course that you have registered.  Two mails are sent to your email account. One is a receipt. Another one confirm your registration with a link where you can change your password if you want to.

Q2. How are the lessons delivered?

Four weeks in a month, a set of weekly lesson will be released. These lessons will follow the National Syllabus. The students can either go through the lessons anytime before or after the class. Since some schools may go at a faster pace, while others at a slower pace, the lessons presented in 'Weekly Lessons' may be different from what is currently being taught in school. Nevertheless, the student can go to My Study Room and select the lesson (topic) that they want to learn. We will try our best to release the lessons at a pace faster then the usual pace of schools.

Q3. How long can I use the materials?

You can use all the lessons for 1 year.

Q4. Why is there a Form 1 Math course conducted in Mandarin?

Students in Chinese school who are not strong in English or Bahasa Melayu often have difficulties in learning when they face changes in medium of instruction when they enter secondary school. Often many of them fare poorly in school examination even though they scored quite well in primary school. Difficulties in understand the teachers fuel their feelings of frustration and subsequently giving up totally in learning.

The statistics from the Ministry of Education testify to the fact the the drop out rate of students from Chinese primary school is high. In order to help these students to better cope with changes in medium of instruction, teacher Max has decided to have a course of Math in Mandarin.

Q5. How do I know my children's progress?
Step 1. Go to "my study room" and click on the triangle icon for the respective months.

Step 2. The triangle icon will turn downward and students progress are shown.