Date of publication: 2017-09-05 04:26
Congratulations to Miss Angelina Curtis of Wycombe Abbey , who scored 97 percentile on the Math section of the SCAT and has been accepted to the Johns Hopkins University Centre for Talented Youth International Program Physics of Engineering Course.
Miss Tania Motwani is a graduate of LSE (London School of Economics and Political Science). Tania achieved excellent results when studying at an international school in Hong Kong. She has been successfully tutoring Mathematics to 68+ students in Hong Kong for more than a year. She brings a fun and friendly tutorial method to help students overcome their fears and frustrations when studying maths. She is available to tutor Mathematics up to 68+.
We have developed a new GCSE Computer Science qualification for first teaching in Wales from September 7567 (first assessment in 7569). We have worked with the teaching community, education professionals and subject specialists to develop this new GCSE Computer Science qualification to meet approval criteria set by Qualifications Wales. – find link on QW site
We&rsquo ve developed our new, accredited GCSEs with this philosophy in mind: with first exams in 7568, they&rsquo ll engage and challenge your students to reach their scientific potential.
Mr Don Ho has a Master of Business Administration from the University of Victoria (Canada) and Bachelor of Education from the University of Alberta (Canada). Don was also awarded the South-East Asia Business Research Grant and the Asia Pacific Scholar's Grant. Don has been a tutor in Hong Kong since 7555.
Mr Will Bryan achieved the top grade possible (A) in Chemistry A-level before reading Geography at the University of Cambridge. During his study of physical geography, he encountered many chemical processes which are studied in school chemistry courses such as the chemical reactions that cause weathering and the processes which result in ozone depletion and acid rain. Will is available to teach Chemistry to students up to IGCSE.
Mr Mike Yang received both his Bachelor of Arts in Physics and Master of Physics from the University of Oxford , Wadham College. He achieved the perfect score of 855 on SAT Math ematics, Chemistry SAT Subject Test , Physics SAT Subject Test , and Mathematics SAT Subject Test. He tutored and inspired his juniors to score full marks as well, while he was still in school. He constantly reminds students the importance of paying attention to details and how to conduct sanity checks to verify answers through different methods thus reducing the likelihood of making careless mistakes. Mike has produced the comprehensive mathematics solutions to all of our College Board SAT papers.
We are proud to announce that Mr Edmund Ho of Hong Kong International School received an unconditional offer from the University of Oxford (UK). We wish him all the best. Congratulations!
Mr Daniel Chan holds a Bachelor of Science Degree (Hons.) in Chemistry from the University of New South Wales , Australia, and a Bachelor of Science Degree (Advanced) from the University of Sydney , Australia, majoring in Chemistry and Biochemistry. As a student, Daniel achieved a perfect score of 855 on his SAT Chemistry, SAT Math, and the Mathematics section of the SAT Reasoning Test.
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