Principles of Accounts (POA),When will i see the light of it?
Principles of accounts (POA) had been a struggle for some students. As an ex principles of accounts students myself, I truly empathise with some of my students. The feeling of dejection and wanting to give up on it all sets in. Principles of accounts seems so complicated with all the rules and concepts that it became too much for the students to handle. Read the questions below. Are you or your child experiencing either of these situations?
✔ Do you find yourself or your child piling with the Principles of Accounts (POA) assignments and homework of which you or your child couldn’t grasp what was going on?
✔ Is your child or you realizing that memorizing the formats of Principles of Accounts (POA) is too overwhelming and is not a solution at all?
✔ As the O and N levels are coming soon and panic struck fear in your child or you, do you see your child or you breaking down?
If it is “Yes” to either of these, read on……….
Fret not, you are not the only one in this......
Let me assure you that there is hope and help is coming your way!
Many students struggle to understand Principles of Accounts (POA). Your child or you had not been exposed to business concepts and this is the very first time you are learning these concepts in secondary school. Therefore, it is perfectly normal for your child or you to struggle in it.
Memorizing formats of Principles of Accounts (POA) does help to a certain extent but this method had never been the best way to score in this subject. Your child or you would be lucky to score a pass based on memorization, provided you had an elephant brain for memory.
Over the last 11 years in the line of coaching POA students, I had derived my personal method of teaching Principles of Accounts (POA). My objective is to deliver complex accounting concepts to your child or you via basic everyday life examples.
For example, when we save up money to buy something that we want, we need to calculate how much we need to save and put aside as savings after deducting expenses (money spent on that USS Sentosa theme park or on that fast food meal) from our income (Allowance from parents or salary from part-time work). Any positive savings would mean that we made ‘Profits’.
Through this logic understanding method, your child or you can relate to accounting concepts and slowly digest and see how it links to the your POA syllabus. Together with your child or you, my aim is to improve your results and aim for that A in your final exams!
Why am I different
My sessions are delivered using my developed guides which will enable students to learn from another angle and to “see the light” by looking at things out of the normal classroom teachings.
I contrast the learning concepts with everyday life and to show examples in the real world context to bring POA into life.
As a firm believer of “no one is stupid enough to not able to handle POA”, through sheer hard work and determination, improvements can be made regardless of how bad your results are.
If group coaching is not for you, individual coaching is available face to face. Venue should be at student’s premise. Public places are not recommended.
In terms of learning efficiency, there is not much difference for face to face group or individual learning as time will be allocated to the individual students in the group for 1 to 1 consultation. Thus, students in group can still enjoy the perks of individual coaching. Moreover, fees will be charge higher than group and individual online coaching.
If an individual coaching experience is what you require but not willing to pay the fees for face to face, individual online tuition can be provided via Zoom platform.
Students had learnt the ropes and experience of Home Based Learning, thanks to Covid-19. Students should be verse in learning POA via Zoom. In addition, the past few months of online tuition had proven to be quite efficient for POA in my opinion.
Nothing says it better than to hear it from the students themselves
Started lessons with Felix since 2018 and achieved As during my N Levels results. Will be doing my Os and aiming to get better. Felix listens and teaches with patience.
Previous student who Top in school for POA
Praises from students and parents
This is what keeps me going on in this teaching journey……..
Check out the information below to know more about GCE 'Cambridge' Principles of Accounts POA syllabus and exam
- Principles of Accounts Cambridge GCE Ordinary Level (2020) (Syllabus 7175)
- Principles of Accounts Cambridge GCE Normal (Academic) Level (2020) (Syllabus 7088)
- 2020 SINGAPORE CAMBRIDGE GCE O LEVEL EXAMINATION EXAMINATION TIMETABLE (Updated as at 29 April 2020)
- 2020 SINGAPORE CAMBRIDGE GCE N(A)/N(T)-LEVEL EXAMINATION TIMETABLE (Updated as at 22 April 2020)