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Mavis Tuition Centre


Mavis Tuition Centre

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Mavis Tuition Centre is a government approved tuition centre in Singapore. The local tuition centre was operated in 1986 as a child education centre. All their classes and lessons are conducted by very experienced and qualified teachers who have taught in local schools and colleges for many years.

Mavis Tuition’s teachers are all registred teachers from MOE – Ministry of Education. In order to teach in this tuition centre in Singapore, they should have excellence grade and excel in their specializations subjects such as maths tutoring, chinese tuition, etc.

The centre always try to monitor each individual student’s progress. Thus, semestral and continual assessments are set periodically to ensure no student to left out in their study. All lessons & teaching materials in this tuition centre in Singapore, follows strict MOE syllabuses. The teachers all are very highly professional and they always give extra private tuition or remedial & enrichment lessons for all those average achievers as well as children with an outstanding performance.

Inorder to improve the learning quality of the centre, the learning centre have installed with audio-visual systems, scientific learning kits and language aids materials. There are special designed area for library, life sciences activity, life ecological garden. The complete air-conditioned classrooms allow both teaching and learning to be at it highest quality. Mavis is considered as on of the popular tuition centre in Singapore. All their scholars are very conscientious, confident and eloquent.

They have many other interesting tuition classes like:

1) Life sciences – to teach the young learners, showing them many real & innovative experiments.
2) Speech & Drama – Improves the power of concentration, learn about role-play using different forms of stories, etc.
3) Primary 1 preparation classes – to enhance the child confident in pronunciation, word recognition, English (Vocabulary, Grammar, Comprehension) & Mathematics. All the lessons are well structured to ensure a smooth transition for your child to study at the Primary one level.
3) Creative writing.

Address:
Blk 204, Hougang St 21, #03-125/127, Singapore 530204

Phone:
6282 4011

Fax:
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Mavis Tuition Centre, 2.3 out of 5 based on 227 ratings




29 Comments

  1. FIfi says:
    Posted Jun 17, 2012 at 9:38 pm | Permalink

    Sometimes, different teachers have different chemistry with different students. Anyway, I think students need to study at home even after going for tuition classes. It really helps.

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  2. Joanne says:
    Posted Jun 16, 2012 at 12:36 pm | Permalink

    Hi,

    Any good tuition centre in bedok? I want to enroll my son for P1 for English, he did badly.

    Thks a million

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    Lee Lee Reply:

    Hello, you may try Kip Mcgrath Education Centre. It’s rather a popular tuition center for students who are weaker in particular subject.

    Hope this help.

    LeeLee

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  3. Ivy says:
    Posted Nov 28, 2011 at 7:35 pm | Permalink

    Hi, I’m enrolling my child for Primary 6 in Mavis Kovan. Do you know of any good tutor in all subject at Kovan Centre for Primary 6? Or is it better to enrol my child in other branches? Eg. Sengkang, Hougang,…? I’m staying at Hougang. Critical year for my boys. Thanks for your help.

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  4. Mrs Chua says:
    Posted Nov 18, 2011 at 12:05 pm | Permalink

    Hi my boy did badly in Pr 3 -living in Choa Chu Kang anyone know of good tuition centre.My boy attend British Council but result disappointing .

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    Mrs Peck Reply:

    Hi i just found one Mavis at CCK Blk 217. maybe u can give it a try.

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  5. Cassandra says:
    Posted Oct 15, 2011 at 9:50 am | Permalink

    My boy is in P5 this year. He has been attending lessons at Mavis Rivervale Plaza since P3. there are many good teachers there. My boy did very well in his study & he enjoys attending lessons there. But the class size is big, so I don’t recommend it to very weak students, especially for Maths. Their science lessons are rather interesting & they even do experiments. Btw, his Science teacher is Mr Muz.

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  6. Bella says:
    Posted Oct 5, 2011 at 5:19 pm | Permalink

    Mr Muz who teaches science at Mavis Rivervale is a gem. My son enjoys his teaching. Hope he will benefit from Mr Muz’s teachings and does well in his PSLE this year :)

    I would strongly recommend Mavis Science lesson with Mr Muz :)

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  7. Mavis says:
    Posted Sep 24, 2011 at 5:01 pm | Permalink

    I strongly discourage sending your children to Mavis! I am not kidding. Their worksheets , teachers are all way below par, they employ young and unqualified teachers in many centres! I am serious. check it out for yourself

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  8. ms tan says:
    Posted Sep 7, 2011 at 11:00 pm | Permalink

    dear OIC, may i check if u could arrange a smaller group per class? The class is quite noisy. Tks u.

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  9. Mdm Tan says:
    Posted Sep 5, 2011 at 11:41 pm | Permalink

    hi mrs woo, did u enroll your kids at punggol plaza branch?hope u can share if your kid is coping well?tks u.

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  10. Yoke Cheng says:
    Posted Jul 11, 2011 at 4:51 pm | Permalink

    Hi,
    Indeed it’s not easy to find good and committed tutors since most of them are teaching for the extra money. You may want to consider True Learning Centre which is based in Jurong. The tutors are not only former top-rate teachers in MOE, but they are also the bosses themselves and hence, they are always willing to go the extra mile for the students.

    Recently, my child’s sec 1 math class has reached the maximum size of 10. In view of the huge class size, they are opening a new class and have invited the parents to transfer their children to this class so as to provide greater support and attention to individual student. You can find them by searching ‘True Learning Centre Singapore’ via google.

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  11. Mrs Neo says:
    Posted Jun 29, 2011 at 10:35 pm | Permalink

    Hi Mrs Cheng,

    So did you enrol your kids at Woodlands 888 Plaza?

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  12. cheryl says:
    Posted May 28, 2011 at 11:16 am | Permalink

    personally, as a student, i feel that mavis really helped alot, esp if u r p6. i joined mavis at p6 and there were mock prelims and tons of extra classes, try hougang the mr anthony he is very knowledgable, now in sec1 i found tt what he taught in the past is greatly relevant to what i am learning now

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  13. tanweizhong says:
    Posted Dec 25, 2010 at 9:53 pm | Permalink

    My Kids was with MAVIS ( I seriously would not recommend it) … quite sometime ago, but I get them to quit the classes. It SIMPLY HORRIBLE.

    Turns out that my elder kid only master “Dai Dee” (poker) in the class. Instead of improving her weak subjects. The teachers just simply walk in and out constantly, while instructing them to do their own revision. While my younger kid in a different class, can’t understand what the teacher is teaching. The class is simply too noisy, all the students just chit chatting while the teacher just sit at his desk.

    (How I know??? I find it too hard to believe when my kids video it down in their handphone… That shows that there is are discipline enforced in classes… and that is how I find out)

    I wasted my money and trusted the wrong person for introducing me below standard tuition center

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    Mrs Cheng Reply:

    Hi Mr. Tan Wei Zhong,

    May I know which centre does your children went to as I was thinking of enrolling my two kids with Mavis Centre at Woodlands 888 Plaza???

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  14. Carine says:
    Posted Dec 24, 2010 at 11:46 am | Permalink

    Hello, i am in doubt which tuition centre for my girl next year PSLE . can anyone let me know mavis tuition centre or mind stretcher for science. Thanks

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  15. Ms lee says:
    Posted Nov 12, 2010 at 11:07 pm | Permalink

    Hi,

    Any good tuition centre in marine parade ? Hv chk out Mavis, Growan. I want to enroll my son for P4 for maths, science n English n last but not least Chinese…..he did badly in P3

    Thks a million

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  16. Mrs Woo says:
    Posted Sep 4, 2010 at 9:00 pm | Permalink

    Anyone know about mavis tuition center at Punggol Plaza. I want to enrol my girl for maths and English subjects. Any good tuitor in the center to recommend ?

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    mrs Kelly Reply:

    Hi Mrs Woo,
    I would like to help but I not too sure about the tuition center at Punggol Plaza. I sending my 2 kids to other centre also belonging to Mavis tuition center. So far, I can see their school results improved! Cheerz!

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  17. mrs tan says:
    Posted Jul 7, 2010 at 12:08 am | Permalink

    Hi miss Izah,
    There’s this science teacher Mr Muz. Very passionate teacher and inspiring. All the best!

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  18. Ms Izah says:
    Posted Jul 1, 2010 at 10:32 pm | Permalink

    Hi Mrs Tan,

    Which class is your daughter in? I heard their Science classes there are rather interesting too. Think of enrolling my son there.

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  19. Mrs Tan says:
    Posted Jun 30, 2010 at 12:01 am | Permalink

    My daughter pri 5 did really well after i enrolled her at Mavis in sengkang rivervale. hope it helps some of u too.

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  20. Shan Shan says:
    Posted Jul 11, 2009 at 9:26 pm | Permalink

    To be frank, as a tutor myself, I have seen countless of tutors and some teachers just teach for the sake of teaching. At times, you hear students say their tutors / teachers would scold them for being stupid etc..
    Its hard to find a good tutor nowadays.
    Some tuition centres are too profit driven.

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  21. Annie says:
    Posted Jun 17, 2009 at 2:32 am | Permalink

    James Ong from Kovan branch its ok only, dont mind me saying this but he does not go that extra mile for my son.I personally feel that good tutors are hard to find, unless it’s their own kid :(

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  22. Mrs Chan says:
    Posted Jun 16, 2009 at 7:37 pm | Permalink

    Yes. I totally agreed. The student must first have the correct attitude to learn. But it seemed that Mavis tuition centre is not bad. I heard from others who got improvement from Failed Grade F to A1 in his O-Level. They recommend Mr James Ong from the Kovan branch.

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  23. Mdm Cathy says:
    Posted Jun 15, 2009 at 1:41 pm | Permalink

    Hi Mdm Yip, I think tuition centre can only help those students that are motivated themselves. If your child perform badly, think it’s useless to send them to any other tuition centre, best is to get your child a home tutor. If your child really cant perform, there is nothing those tutors cant do also. They are only human too, not God.

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  24. Mdm Yip says:
    Posted Jun 11, 2009 at 7:40 pm | Permalink

    Due to the big class size, they cant give my child too much attention. And I find to give extra lesson only 2 weeks before exams is not enough too. Hope that the centre can improve on that since we are paying so much for the tuition fees.

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  25. M Wok says:
    Posted Mar 18, 2009 at 12:40 pm | Permalink

    I have attended the class at Mavis Tuition Centre. They have a big class size. I find the tutors very helpful esp. if you are weaker than other. They will take extra efforts to help us on one-to-one basis. They also give extra lessons for us to catch up, 2 weeks before our exam start.

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