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It’s the quality of the tutor that counts

Posted by Smart Tuition Singapore on 2nd December and posted in Tuition Agency Announcements & Updates

Smart Tuition focuses a lot on the character of the tutors who have signed up with us. We believe tutoring is not only about producing good academical results; every tutor is a role model and has to set a good example for the students.

Hence, we have been trying very hard to filter our list of tutors.

People who have been following us all these years would know our style of working and that every single of our registered tutors has signed up on his/ her own accord. We don’t believe in purchasing databases and having to deal with uninterested people.

Without a doubt, not all tutors who have signed up with us are serious about tutoring and thus it makes our filtering job more challenging. Unfortunately, we have to deal with harassment from bad tutors every now and then.

One common group of black sheep is those who managed to sign up on our website and months or years later, decided to give up on tutoring and suddenly lost their literacy in using web application. To put it in simple words, instead of logging in to their accounts to remove their profiles when they decide to quit tutoring (it’s on our service agreement), they decide to harass us instead.

Imagine if this group of people were to decide to delete their social media, such as Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, will they email the platforms or call up the offices to demand their profiles to be removed? Do note that these are huge companies that have thousands more manpower than a small business.

While it can be frustrating to deal with people with extremely low EQ, we are pretty excited each time when we deal with such people because it simply means we have managed to discover a black sheep who doesn’t deserve to be listed with us.

We are sorry for not being sorry that we don’t reply to any black sheep, so that our time can be better spent helping people who truly deserve us.

The quality of our tutors matters a lot.


2021 Calendar Planner and Calendar

Posted by Smart Tuition Singapore on 6th November and posted in Tuition stationery and information

We have released our printable Calendar Planner and Calendar for year 2021.

If you find them useful, please share them with your friends!


Exams Results Release Dates – PSLE, GCE N, O, A level

Posted by Smart Tuition Singapore on 4th November and posted in Results Release

MOE has released the tentative dates for the results release for PSLE, GCE ‘N’, GCE ‘O’ and GCE ‘A’ level examinations.

They are:
PSLE 25 to 27 November 2020
GCE N(A)/N(T)- Level 17 to 21 December 2020
GCE O-Level 11 to 13 January 2021
GCE A-Level 19 to 23 February 2021

The exact dates would only be confirmed around a week before that.
For future updates of the actual dates, do refer to our website.


2019 GCE O Level Result Release

Posted by Smart Tuition Singapore on 7th January and posted in Results Release, Tuition Agency Announcements & Updates

The results of the 2019 GCE O-Level examination will be released on Monday, 13 January 2020.

Best of luck to all the candidates!

For all the past and estimated future PSLE, GCE-N, GCE-O, GCE-A result release dates, do refer to our website.


GCE ‘N’ Level Result Release Date 2019

Posted by Smart Tuition Singapore on 18th December and posted in Results Release, Tuition Agency Announcements & Updates

The GCE ‘N’ Level 2019’s results will be released on 19 December 2019. Good luck to all the candidates!

For result release actual and estimated dates, do visit our website – PSLE, GCE ‘N’, GCE ‘O’, GCE ‘A’ level result release page.


PSLE Results 2019 – 21 Nov 2019

Posted by Smart Tuition Singapore on 14th November and posted in Results Release, Tuition Agency Announcements & Updates

PSLE results will be out on Thursday, 21 November, 2019, as announced by MOE.

For all the previous and future (estimated) results release for PSLE, GCE N, GCE O and GCE A, do refer to our result release page.


Calendar Planner 2020

Posted by Smart Tuition Singapore on 23rd September and posted in Tuition stationery and information

Our Calendar Planner for 2020 is out!

For people who may prefer writing down on physical papers instead of purely depending on digital calendar, you may like to try it.

Simply download it and print the pages out on A4 size papers.

The columns of the days are neatly spaced out eventually to occupy much of the paper. Therefore, it can be very useful, especially at your workplace.


Coding revamped

Posted by Smart Tuition Singapore on 12th September and posted in Tuition Agency Announcements & Updates

We have recently made a lot of revamping to the codes in order to improve security. These changes won’t be reflected to visitors visibly.

Since the project is a massive one that involves numerous scripts, there’s always chances that bugs would occur.

Last month, we were informed by one of our tutors who tried to reset his password that there’s a bug. We went through the codes and found it – a minor mistake due to the upgrade of PHP version that would affect the entire script.

We don’t have a professional programmer in our team but we are able to do what we can to create the entire site. Therefore, please be patient with us and inform us of any other bug.

Thank you!


Release of 2018 GCE ‘O’ Level Results

Posted by Smart Tuition Singapore on 8th January and posted in Results Release, Tuition Agency Announcements & Updates

The result for GCE ‘O’ level for 2018 will be released on next Monday, 14 January 2019.

Good luck to all candidates!

For the result release dates of PSLE,
GCE ‘N’ level, GCE ‘O’ level and
GCE ‘A’ level, you mean refer to


Singapore Calendar Planner 2019 and Calendar 2019

Posted by Smart Tuition Singapore on 8th October and posted in Tuition stationery and information

We have completed both the printable Singapore Calendar Planner 2019 and Singapore Calendar 2019.

Do check them out. If you find them useful, do share them with your friends!