Michal 1to1 / Group Physics and Chemistry Tuition

Find out how physics and chemistry comes alive when you are guided by the right person

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Our Students

If  there’s someone who can explain anything, Michal is the one. He teaches you not just how to do something, but why to do it this way and not the other. His physics and chemistry course is a must for any aspiring student who want to learn from the best.

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Students Speak about

Bryan Choo ACSI

Dear Mr Chua, in my years of studying the complicated subject of physics and chemistry, I have never come across a teacher as knowledgable and wise as you. You are truly one of my most respected teacher ever. From F9/D7 to A1 in Physics, I am forever grateful for your guidance and care. I'm so sorry for missing lessons sometimes, there is no excuse for my carelessness but I still enjoy every lesson. I feel like I learn new things and my misunderstanding are rectified each time and any a great teacher can do that so I thank you. I hope you enjoy teaching me as much as I enjoy your lessons.

Jolene Chua SAJC

Hi Mr Chua, thank you very much for teaching me Physics for the 'O' & A Levels. I would not have gotten an A without your help! All the best for your future endeavours!

Zehui Chung Cheng High (Main)

Although I haven't been with you as long as Joycelyn has. I have to say that I have also learnt from you. I realise the things that you say are both applicable in the subject and most importantly, morals in life. I think that it is very important for a teacher to teach us philosophies too, as it is the things that guide us in life. Like your "never give up" and "go all the way" and many study methods, I have really tried them out and it really helped me a lot. My Physics and Chemistry have improved after being taught by you, so I am really very grateful for all you have done for us. Thanks!

Michal Chua

Truly Delivers

Experience

Mid Year 2000 - Present

Full Time Tutoring

When you win, your body release dopamine and testosterone. Both are hormones that push you to do more. Once you start to win, you will always crave more winning. This is how you get started. Win. Win a contest, win followers, win a test your teacher handed to you.

Early Year 2000

Contract Teaching, Part Time Tutoring

Mr Michal started out as an engineer and went into contract teaching subsequently. It was then, he fell in love with teaching and decided to go further with tutoring assignment. He always feels the joy in sharing his knowledge with his students. The achievements of his students in return always make him proud.

Beginning Year 2000

Electronic Engineer

Mr Michal was offered a job immediately after graduating from NTU. He worked as a product engineer with real hands-on with optical testing equipment, supporting client such as Singtel and Starhub in laying optical fibers island wide, gearing the nation towards 4G era. This experience laid down a solid foundation for his subsequent teaching career.  

About Me

Mr Michal Chua is the professional tutor for physicschemistry.com. He has been teaching for 17 years. With his vast experience and dynamic teaching, he is able to successfully equip his students with the technique and knowledge to score. His records for ‘O’ and ‘A’ level  have always been at least 95% ‘A’s and ‘B’s. Read more

Education

1997-2001

NTU - Electronic & Electrical Engineering (Hons)

1993-1994

Anderson Junior College

Skills

Physics A/IB/IP/O All Levels 89%
Chemistry A/IB/IP/O All Levels 86%
Maths H2/IB HL Levels 78%
Maths H1/IB SL Levels 86%
A & E Maths/ IB 1-4 Levels 87%

Contact

The great Roger Bannister died on 5th March 2018.



Bannister was the guy who in 1954 achieved what virtually the entire world said was impossible.    


He ran a mile in under 4 minutes.The running experts said it couldn’t be done. 
The physiology experts said a human could not move at that speed for that long.



But Roger Bannister believed it was more than possible, he believed that he himself would do it.

And when, on May 6th 1954, he did achieve the impossible, something amazing happened.



46 days later, his main rival (Australian competitor) John Landy, beat Bannister’s time.



Since then, the “four-minute barrier” has been broken by many athletes and is now the standard of all male professional middle distance runners.



Over the last 50 years the “impossible” record has been lowered by almost 17 seconds, currently standing at 3:43.13.



Roger Bannister, however, became the symbol of a very important idea.



Your expectation hugely affects your results.

Or as Henry Ford put it, “If you think you can or you can’t, you’re right.”



So take a moment to think of Roger Bannister today.



And how that idea could apply currently in your studies.



You can do it.

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