Success Story #1
He failed JC promotion, but achieved his A levels within 1 year.
His JC wanted him to retain one more year as he did not meet the promotional criteria.
Ashraf turned to us for help. After a good talk with our educational consultant with 10 years of experience, Ashraf realised that he had not been capitalising on his strength and was stuck with the wrong subject combination.
Ashraf changed his subject combination to those that met his strengths, and after 10 months he sat for his A levels. In March when the results was released, he was overjoyed that he qualified for university.
Success Story #2
He dropped out from Polytechnic but got into University.
Jonathan dropped out from his Polytechnic course in game design halfway as he realised that it was not what he was interested in after all. He was more interested in entering Arts and Social Sciences courses in local university.
However, he had only O levels. Having wasted time in Polytechnic and facing possible NS enlistment, Jonathan approached us.
He was interested in taking up Humanities subjects like History and Literature and even a reading subject like Management of Business. He was strong in his language skills. He also wanted to save time since he already wasted almost a year. Going back into JC was not the best choice as it would have taken too long.
With INSPIRE’s assistance in getting his NS deferred and under the guidance of helpful teachers, Jonathan managed to get into NUS Arts and Social Sciences after 10 months of studies.
Success Story #3
She retook A levels twice but still failed to pass a key subject. She got into her choice undergrad course in 1 year.
Nan had re-taken her A levels not just once but twice. When she met our educational consultant, she told us that her ambition was to qualify for Geological studies in overseas universities. However, she did not do well in 1 or 2 A level subjects that she had taken.
After understanding her strength and weaknesses, we suggested that she swap out non-performing subjects so as to strategize to meet the university’s entry requirements. She dropped Chemistry which she was failing at and changed it to Literature. When the results came, the switch of subject to Literature helped her qualify for University of Tasmania. She was so thankful and overjoyed.
Success Story #4
She dropped out of top JC, was depressed but that didn’t stop her from getting into University.
Saloni was all along in IP school and went to a top JC for the first 6 months. However, after some time, she realised that she could not cope with the hectic schedule and getting up to speed with studies. While in JC1, she was anxious and depressed that she was not able to excel in her studies as she did in the past.
With the support of her parents and INSPIRE’s motivating and kind teachers, she re-ignited her spark and drive for her studies and managed to get into the course of her choice of undergrad studies in Veterinary science.
How is INSPIRE the RIGHT CHOICE for your private A levels?
- Our teachers are compassionate, as they have struggled themselves.
We as teachers of INSPIRE have experienced poor grades while in school at times or faced rejection by our own school teachers and against the odds, by our own efforts come to realise that failure is an opportunity for learning and success. There is no other way to go but up.
- We recognize each student as an individual. We don’t judge based on your past track record.
At INSPIRE students find a sense of belonging in a small group setting in an atmosphere of acceptance. We are all working towards the goal of achieving A level passes.
- We accelerate your learning in the shortest time frame with tips and tricks.
By finding your individual best learning style, you will find YOUR OWN KEY to your own unique way of learning for success. For example you may need to stand up during class or draw on the board in order to retain knowledge better if you are kinaesthetic learner.
Teachers observe your learning behaviour daily and give you inputs and feedback on how you can learn best.