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Why Physics Tuition Can Be A Time-saver For Your Child


In my entire teaching career, I’ve stumbled across parents who find that tuition is a waste of time and money. They believe that school education is sufficient – their child has been doing well and their grades have been pretty smooth-sailing. While I believe that most Singapore teachers are
good… I unfortunately can’t say the same for each and every teacher in Singapore. You’d probably know this by now: The probability of your child getting a capable and effective teacher is… Completely left up to chance.

To put it simply… You’ve zero control over the quality of teachers your child get in class. And it doesn’t mean that top schools have all the good teachers – I’ve seen poor teachers in top schools, and great teachers in neighborhood schools. When your child gets sub-par teachers, they’d be in for a hard time.
Some teachers aren’t able to articulate concepts well, or they’re heavily reliant on outdated​ strategies such as ​memorising, regurgitating and drilling.

If the school lessons are ​ineffective​, it means your child has to spend extra time to learn the content on his own – wasting their precious time when they’re probably already very busy.

While, you have no control over the teachers your child gets…

Here’s what you’ve control over:


Your child’s learning environment

If you’re reading this, your child is probably in his teens or is already a young adult… And they should already be able to judge the competency of a teacher from a few lessons…
That gives you the opportunity to understand your child’s learning environment based on his or her lessons in school.

From a short chat with your child you can learn things like:
●How’s your child’s Physics teacher like? Is he or she good at teaching?
●Is your child coping along in Physics Class?
●Is your child spending a lot of time on Physics?
●Does your child get stressed out for not being able to catch up with his or
her classmates?

Your child’s response would give you a pretty good indicator of whether they require tuition or not. Here are some ​red flags​ you should watch out for… When your child says:


●“I’m feeling stressed out”
●“The lectures are boring and my tutorials aren’t helping”
●“My friends/classmates are so smart…
it’s so hard to keep up with them”
●“I think I’ll fail my Physics promos/prelims”
●“Physics tutorials are ineffective and I don’t understand what my teachers is talking about”


Well, if you’re getting this sort of responses. Then you might want to look at sending your child to Physics Tuition. In fact, this might sound counter-
intuitive… but sending your child to Physics tuition can save them valuable time if they’re currently struggling. If your child is slogging like an ox to pull up their Physics grade – then it’s likely he or she is studying the wrong way.

Many of my students commented that what they’ve learned in a 2-hour tuition session is equivalent to 10-20 hours of work on their own.
That’s close to 5 to 10 times ROI in terms of time-savings.
Here’s what I do to make my lessons so effective:


●I do my best to communicate with every student to understand their
challenges. I also collect feedback from them regularly so that I can tailor
my lesson content according to their issues.
●I’ve taught Physics for close to 15 years and I’ve never stopped refining my
process of breaking down complex concepts into simpler, intuitive and
relatable ideas.
●My lessons are structured such that your child only gets to practice
questions only when they’ve digested the fundamental concepts of each
chapter – then only they’re ready.

At this juncture, you might be doubtful of what I say… so I’ll let my students,
Emily and Shihui, do the talking:

Although The Physics cafe lessons are only a short few hours per week, they are always very productive and interesting and I always learn alot during the lessons! It is very different from lessons in school as Mr Sim summarises all the key concepts we need to
know at the start of the lesson and rest of the lesson is spent doing questions so that we can practice the concepts and identify our weaknesses which I feel is very important and helpful in
revision. The centre itself is amazing as well with free drinks and friendly student councillors and teachers! I’ll recommend my friends and juniors to join the physics cafe 🙂
-Emily Lua


Mr Sim has the knack for explaining concepts in a way that anyone can understand by making it relatable. He draws links from chapter to chapter whilst going into the crux of every topic, allowing us to see the Physics syllabus from both macroscopic and microscopic views. In secondary school. Physics was always my most hated subject. I disliked how there seemed to be so many hidden elements to a single concept, and that none of my teachers could offer me reasonable explanations as to how things really worked. So yes, I memorised my way through ‘O’ Levels. Not fun. Boring. But I remembered being mindblown after my first lesson with the Physics Cafe. Gone were the “Don’t ask so much, just answer like this” days. Mr Sim ensures that every possible lingering question any student has is answered.
-Pang ShiHui


If you’d like to drastically shorten your child’s learning curve and maximise their learning efficiency, then you can then sign up ​here

Dave
Founder of The Physics Cafe

P.S: Our fees might not be the cheapest, but we have the largest intake of Physics and Math IP and JC students in Singapore.
We also occupy the entire level of a premium building which is bigger than half a football field.

Our tuition center even has our own library, cafe, and shuttle bus. That’s how committed we are in delivering quality education and service to our students.

For more information about The Physics Cafe, check out here now!

How Learning Physics Can Help Your Child Think Like Elon Musk

You’d probably have heard of the talented entrepreneur Elon Musk – founder of three successful companies: SpaceX, Tesla and Paypal.
Here’s one thing you’d never have guessed…

Elon Musk wasn’t a business graduate. Neither did he study computer science or engineering in college. In fact, he was a Physics graduate. Elon even shared how Physics laid the foundation for his journey in entrepreneurship in a brief quote below.

Now, that seems complicated…
what was Elon trying to say?
And how can learning Physics help your child to think like him?
Don’t worry, I’ll explain in detail below.
You see… most people go through life reasoning by analogy – they adopt
assumptions, beliefs and widely held ‘best practices’ when working or learning.

First-Principles thinking, on the other hand, forces you to question every
assumption or conventional practice in a process. and then create new knowledge and solutions from scratch. For example, if two different students were told to build an electric car from the scratch with minimum materials.

Student A who uses analogical reasoning would probably buy or use a design that’s widely adopted by popular electric cars out there in the marketplace.
Student B who uses First Principles would then dive a little deeper…
He would begin asking questions like:
●“What’s an electric car made of?”
●“How can we use an eco-friendly, yet cost-effective way to generate energy
consistently?”
●“How much is each material worth in the commodity market?”

Subsequently, he’d then work on research and then addressing each and every component of the problem. Notice he didn’t jump straight into “best practices” or “designs of most popular electric cars” ?
Eventually, student B would go on to build a functional electric car that’s far
cheaper than student A. A First-Principles Thinker understands every aspect of a system before making a move – he doesn’t blindly copy or adopt conventional standards just because “everyone is doing it”. Now, taking this lesson back into learning Physics…

If you’ve read my previous article ​here​, you’d certainly have seen how I train each and every of my student to reason from first principles.


While it’s not my intention to slam others, many other Physics teachers preach the idea of memorising definitions, remembering formulas and drilling PYPs (Past-year-papers).

Why are they doing that?

Here’s why:
It’s a proven way of performing decently well in exams, and more importantly it’s CONVENIENT​. The truth is teaching from first principles is difficult – the teacher has to explain concepts in the simplest way possible such that a 12-year-old boy can understand. If the second method is more difficult, why am I doing it? Because my students have a higher probability to do better – I’ve shown how weak the human brain is in my previous article, that’s why it’s far better if my students understand the fundamental principles of Physics at play.

Because they learn to be better thinkers in the long run – so that they can be
better engineers, programmers and entrepreneurs… Because ultimately as an educator, I’m not just teaching them physics…

I believe in teaching my students how to solve problems more effectively.
Here’s what Rena, one of my students, have to say about me:

Mr Dave Sim’s lessons have always been easy to understand because he is able to break down difficult topics for us and provide us with clear, concise notes. He makes Physics lesson fun for me and i never fail to enjoy every class. I joined Physics cafe in J1 after the June holidays and i definitely improved in my understanding for physics. If i can go back in time, i wished i would have joined in the beginning of the year. I definitely think that the 2017 JC2 Physics and Math cafe cohort will do well based on my observation. I would recommend my friends to join:):)

-Rena Goh

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Why Overthinking Is Killing Your Child’s Chances Of Getting A Distinction In Physics

How do I do well with the time that i have?

   

The human brain is highly mysterious… it has the tendency of making ideas much more complicated than they actually are.

That’s probably the reason why your child hates Physics.

Don’t get me wrong…

They might be doing well for it – at the price of cramming countless formulas and drilling endless PYPs (Past-Year-Papers).

Sometimes, you wonder if your child would ever get a burnout.

Look, getting an A in Physics is like running a marathon… not a sprint.

If you’re getting feedback that your child isn’t learning much in lectures, and he has to “relearn” the entire lesson material himself…

That’s a HUGE RED FLAG.

Yup, even if he’s doing well.

You’d probably know how stressful and competitive A Levels are if you had taken them…

It’s not sustainable for your child to be mugging at full steam throughout the year.

That’s why at The Physics Cafe, we don’t only aim to make all our students do well…

We even aim to make all our students do well – with minimum effort.

Similar to that, we don’t believe that our students do well because they are hardworking or they are smart…

They do well because they find Physics to be easy – a belief I’ve repeatedly instilled in every student of mine.

Here’s how I do it:

1. Conducting Regular Revision Sessions

Apart from making things complex, one more aspect of the human brain is that it’s highly forgetful.

After all, it’s scientifically proven that the retention rate of our brain over a 24-hour period is only 20% if we don’t revise the same material on the same day.

I also conduct regular revision tests to ensure my students fully understand the material before going to the next chapter.

If their understanding of basic concepts is strong, it’s far likely they’ll find Physics a much easier subject.

2. Reduce memorisation

If you’ve taken Physics, you’d probably agree on this

Students who usually do well in Physics don’t really memorise a lot.

Some don’t even drill the Ten-Year-Series, and yet they still do well.

Well, how is this possible?

In fact, this is one of the most common questions I usually get from parents.

The truth is doing well in Physics does not require you to memorise a tonne of formulas and explanations and regurgitate them in the papers (This strategy will get you a C or a B, but top students would almost never do this)

Also, one reason I hate my students memorising formulas is that rote learning creates a lot of stress – causing you to overthink and not do well.

Instead, I teach my students the mechanism behind the formulas to help them better understand the content.

3. Teaching students how to study effectively

Over my 10 years as a Physics teacher, I’ve probably seen nearly tens of thousands of students.

On the other hand, I’ve seen students struggling, even when they’ve put in a tonne of effort into memorising and practicing questions.

What separates both groups of students?

It’s not really intelligence – I’ve seen both groups of students appearing across top schools and neighbourhood schools.

Neither is it interest.

Sure, students who have an inherent interest in Physics would often do well – but most of my students are hardly interested in Physics.

In fact, they often rely on me to make the subject interesting for them.

What truly separates both groups of students is…

Strategy.

Most of my students are trained to understand the principles behind a problem, so they know what concepts are involved, and which formulas to use.

They aren’t trained to just blindly whack papers until their grades improve.

Look, when it comes to doing well in Physics… there’s a short (easy) method and the long (hard) method.

In my classes, I show all my students the “easy” way of “getting” Physics – don’t get me wrong. It needs work, but it’s going to save you and your child plenty of time in revision and unnecessary practice.  

If you’re keen to know how I do it, you can make a reservation below

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It’s no mean feat for a tuition centre to consistently distinguish itself in the competitive Singapore education scene, but THE PHYSICS & MATHS CAFE has done just that for the past ten years and counting. We’ve been producing top quality grades at the annual GCE ‘A’ Level examinations, Hurray!! Wait, there’s more… The quality and consistency of our notes are renowned for its SECRET RECIPE! Interested to find out the KEY ingredients? Or Want to try our ALA Carte service?

 

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How To Deal With Your Physics Multiple Choice Questions Exam

 

 

Physics explains the fundamental laws of the universe and introduces important concepts that are essential for advanced study of chemistry, biology and all other branches of science. There are numerous concepts and endless equations to understand and memorise. Among the challenges  that Physics students face are multiple choice questions.

Test questions are designed to measure skills and knowledge gained over a long period of time. Multiple choice test questions, also known as items, can be an effective and efficient way to assess learning outcomes. Some may think it’s easy given the correct answer is already there  and you just have to guess but some questions may have tricked you leading to answer wrongly.

The challenge, however, is that regardless of your intelligence or consistent physics tuition attendance you will find these questions confusing due to similar ideas they present; yet only one option is correct. We have baked delicious test strategies that will surely satisfy your cravings!

1. Understand the parts:

Multiple choice tests are made up of three key components. First is the stem- it states the question that is to be answered. Second part is the correct answer which is the best of the possible answers to the question. Third part is the distractions – It contains the remaining three options which are the incorrect options. They might look conceivable but are in not the correct ones. There is only one best possible answer.

2. Read carefully:

Read through the question carefully and avoid jumping to any conclusion that you think the question refers to. Complete the questions which you are sure about, first. For the questions which you have a difficulty in solving, narrow down the options before proceeding. Multiple choice questions not only test your recalling and reasoning ability but they test your ability to understand properly and thoughtfully, as well.

Words such as often, generally, may, seem, seldom are often more accurate and can indicate a statement which is true. After all kinds of such readings, if you do not know the answer, what to do? Guess! Make an educated guess and when there is no negative marking; do not leave any question unanswered.

3. Anticipate the answers as you read the questions:

When you read the question, try and answer the question before you see the options that are given. If a person is better in answering essays and short answer questions, this strategy will be of greater help to him/her. In fact, research shows that around one third of test takers fare better by using this strategy alone.

4. Eliminate each clearly incorrect answer:

There are some options which are a complete misfit and should be eliminated as you read through them. There are always few such answers and after eliminating them, you are left with fewer choices to choose from. So, you should always narrow down your choices when you cannot get the answer in the first shot.

5. Underline the key part of the question which contains the key to the answer:

The question might be lengthy and complex to understand and all the information might be relevant and hence we cannot filter it out. So what to do in such case? You should underline the key part of the question, the most relevant details. Some might not allow using highlighter and in such case you can use a pen or pencil.

For example, the question states: – As per brain imaging studies, which part of the brain is responsible for primal emotions like hostility and fear? Now the key words are part of brain and primal emotions. When you underline and focus on these words, you can recall the answer quickly as compared to reading the whole question again and again.

6. Use the formula sheet to answer questions

Solving problems in physics requires you to grasp the basic formulas. In most cases, the formula sheet is provided. However, when a formula sheet is not accepted in the exam room, consider mastering all the relevant formulas before the exam. You can also write the formulas on your booklet once you settle in the exam room for reference.

7. Don’t read too deep into the Questions:

When you really don’t know the answer to a question, it’s easy to over-analyze. You might wonder if it’s a trick question or if there’s some kind of deeper meaning. Most of the time the question means exactly what it says and you should take it at face value. If you’re already confused, there’s no point in making things even more complicated for yourself.

None of these methods or tips work 100 percent of the time (after all, you’re guessing). The point is to narrow down your options and come up with the best possible guess. Also, remember that there are no patterns in an OMR sheet. The fact that three ‘b’s came in a row before the question you blanked out at does NOT imply that the answer to your mystery question would also be ‘b’.

8. Ask for examples of past exams:

If you have struggled with multiple choice exams in the past, you may ask the instructor if they can provide practice tests for the course. You can also ask them for examples of questions from old exams.  Here in The Physics Cafe, you can easily access our Resources for Mock Exam Paper. 

  • Use the old exams and example questions to prepare for the test. Study the structure of the questions as well as the provided answers. Take several practice tests to get better at multiple choice style exams.

 





How To Prepare For Your Physics Exam?

Physics is an important subject that combines math and science to explain how the world works.

Here are some tips that will help you succeed and send you into that exam ready to win!

 

Don’t Wait Until Exam Time..

To do well on a physics test, you can’t wait until exam time to begin preparing. Physics requires constant effort. World-class physicists didn’t master the laws of harmonic motion, Bernoulli’s equation and Lenz’s law in a night, nor should you try.

To succeed in physics—and reduce your stress levels—you need to be reading, writing and thinking physics on a daily basis. A general rule is that every hour of class time requires two to three hours of out-of-class effort. This guideline certainly holds true for physics. After each lecture, rewrite your notes in your own words. Every time you read the book, take notes and solve practice problems. And be sure to review frequently.

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How do I study? ..

It’s not that easy to score an A.  Understanding is still the core business here.

A student who simply memorizes the system and follows step 1 to 5 will not improve significantly. Yes, he should be able to pass . But this will not help improve his cognitive and analytical ability.

An ‘A’ grade student behaves differently. He looks at your system, understands the principle behind the system, tests the system on different questions, and fine-tunes the system to cover a wider scope of questions. He will first accept and then improve. How do you know when you are ready? When your own notes are more precious than any other notes or textbook, that’s when you know you are ready.” Mr Dave Sim, founder of The Physics Cafe explains.

 

Simplify..

Try to simplify the situation as much as possible. The Physics problem you are reading may seem difficult to solve at first but take another look and begin to analyze it and you will realize that is easier than you first thought. It is important to remain calm and try to bring the problem to a situation which you are familiar with by simplifying it in your mind.

 

Here in The Physics Cafe, we will test you! With each physics or maths  class, you will have a 30 minutes short test after every 3 to 4 topics. You will soon realize that for all the hard work you and your teachers put in, you have only 30 minutes to perform. You will learn how to perform under stress and under exam conditions. Most importantly, We will make sure you improve. When we give the test review, we will highlight the concepts. You will discover your weakness and improve. Eventually, you will realize that every problem we have given you is extremely simple. Conceptually, they were not so simple. But from a math point of view, they are trivial. We may make it sound easy, but when you really attempt it, it’s going to be difficult. However, you are not alone. The initial phase is always difficult, but the path will get smoother gradually, sooner than you can realize.


Five Mistakes to Avoid:

1. The Calculator Trap: Calculators crunch numbers; they don’t solve problems. You need to understand the principles underlying a problem in order to know what equations and numbers to use. If you think your calculator will get you through the exam, think again.

2. Procrastination: Falling behind, even just a little, can be disastrous in a physics class. Every lesson builds on what came before. Slacking off in week three can turn the next 12 weeks into exercises in futility.

3. Memorization: You will need to memorize, but realize that memorization doesn’t lead to success in physics. Put most of your effort into understanding the underlying principles that govern a problem—only then will the equations you memorize make sense.

4. Passivity: Passively reading examples in the book and watching your professor solve problems on the board have limited value. You need to do the problems yourself, as you will do on the exam, to learn the material.

5. Isolation: Physics is hard, so don’t make the mistake of going it alone. You’ll learn far more by working with classmates and seeking help when necessary.

 





The Physics Cafe – Reputable and Leading Tuition Centre in Singapore!

Staying in the Central area and looking for Physics tuition? Math tuition? 

(Paya Lebar, Novena, Bukit Timah)

Premium Education Center in Singapore with 1000 new students enrolled every year. 
Specializes in JC Physics, IP Physics and Secondary Physics Tuition.
Founded by popular RJC Physics Lecturer, Mr Dave Sim

 

 

The Physics Cafe

Founded by Mr Dave Sim who have taught in Raffles Junior College for 6 years. We have a team of highly sought after tutors who are chauffeured by the school driver between the centre to ensure consisent high standard of our lessons. The stellar academic results produced by the students and the number of students we attracted prove that this is a winning formula. 80% of the students consistently scored “A” in their GCE A-level examination and 90% of the IP/Sec students consistently scored “A” in their final IP Exam and GCE O-level examination This doubles the steady national average of 40 percent A and is higher than the percentage A of the top IP schools in Singapore. The Physics Café remains highly sought after by students from reputable schools.

Visit Physics Cafe now!

 

The Maths Cafe

At The Maths Café, it goes beyond handing out random questions and instructing you to solve them. When you get the chance, come on down to the tuition centre and see it for yourself – you’ll never spot anyone frittering away their time solving repetitive equations.

That’s not the way The Maths Café roll.

Au contraire, you’ll dive deep into the top trending questions often set in your school tests and exams. Categorised by the degree of difficulty, these questions are designed to expand your mind and raise your confidence. Think of them as a vitamin pill. It nourishes your self-assurance and cultivates your growth mindset in a math-learning environment.

You work your way up.

Visit Maths Cafe now!

 

How do I know if PMC is the right one?

The Physics and Maths Cafe is a one stop station. Our tutors have spent more than 10 years as students studying and scoring in exams, another 10 as lecturers teaching and setting questions to differentiate the students. Having gone through the rigour of education in Singapore, we have learned how to play the game well. You can leave it to us to prepare you for the paper. You will just have to enjoy the process.

What happens in the classroom is confidential and therefore we cannot reveal much. We will teach the students how to be smart, how to think smart, how to show the examiner that they are smart. We make everything look simple in class, so students will have the confidence to answer questions even if they may seem tedious at first. Our intention is to make you feel smart in class and keep this feeling with you for the rest of your life. You will never believe something so difficult can be so simple.

 

Where are the Branches?

The Physics Cafe Central – Goldhill Centre-(Novena MRT)

3 minutes sheltered walk from Novena MRT
187B Thomson Road, Goldhill Centre Singapore 307630
The Physics Cafe (Novena) is located next to the exit of the underpass from Novena MRT, above Mary Chia Salon and Supercut Salon.

Step 1: Take the Novena MRT Exit to United Square (Exit B).
Step 2: Exit underpass and make an immediate U-turn and walk past the GoldHill Centre brick wall on your left.
Step 3: Walk to the back of the building to go to the staircase. You will be walking pass SuperCut Salon.
Step 4: You will see “The Physics Café” directory on 2nd staircase on your left side. Walk up staircase to third level.

The Physics Cafe East Flagship – Singpost Centre (Paya Lebar MRT)

1 minute sheltered walk from Paya Lebar MRT
10 Eunos Road 8, Singapore Post Centre #01-207 Singapore 408600
The Physics Cafe (Paya Lebar) is located in the retail mall level 1 of Singapore Post Centre.

Step 1: Walk towards Enrichment Zone at Level 1.
Step 2: We are near FunToast, and we are right at the entrance of the Enrichment Zone.

The Physics Cafe West – Bukit Timah Shopping Centre (Beauty World MRT)

1 minute walk from Beauty World MRT
170 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #18-01 Singapore 588179

Step 1: Take exit A of Beauty World MRT station.
Step 2: Walk past Beauty World Centre and UOB Centre. You will see The Physics Cafe huge signboard at the side door of Bukit Timah Shopping Centre. Take the entrance beside OCBC Bank.
Step 3: You will see a wooden door that leads to lift lobby. Find us at #18-01.

 

There are two other ways to find out more!

First, read the students’ testimonials and you may be able to learn more. The testimonials in the website are genuine as they are linked to the Facebook account of the students. Check out more here: https://thephysicscafe.com/reviews/

Secondly, our fees are not cheap. But we have the largest intake of Physics and Math IP and JC students in Singapore. We occupy the entire level of a premium building which is bigger than half a football field. Our tuition center even has our own library, cafe, and shuttle bus.

Sign up now at http://www.pmc.sg

 





J1 Physics Term 2 Kinematics + Measurement Test

 

Measurement + Kinematics

Hi J1 Physics students,

the term test will be conducted in lesson next week, instead of this week. 

Details of the Term Test:

1) Conducted in the first 30 minutes of the lessons in the week 16 – 23 Apr 2018.

2) The topics are Measurement + Kinematics

3) The test will be graded. Students will shade the answer in the OAS given.

4) 20% of the score will be converted to points. Top 3 scorers in the cohort will recevie additional cash voucher (Popular).

5) Please get ready for the test.

Your friendly Physics tutor =)

What are the available timeslots?

The test will be conducted in the first 30 minutes of the weekly lessons.

Sat 9 am (Beauty World) – 21 April

Sat 4.30 pm (Paya Lebar) – 21 April

Sun 9 am (Paya Lebar) – 22 April

Sat 4.30 pm (Novena) – 22 April

 

What is the Prize?

1.) 20% of the score will be converted to points(cash), provided you pass the test.

2.) Top 3 scorers will receive $20 Popular voucher each.





2018 J1MA Vectors MYE Workshop

J1 Maths Vectors Lessons

Come and join us now!

 

 

Day and Time:

Friday, 7pm – 9pm (5 consecutive weeks)

 

Dates:

20 Apr, 27 Apr, 4 May, 11 May & 18 May

 

Location:

Novena Outlet 

 

How much is it?
$560 for non-existing Maths students.

Free for existing Maths students.

 

How to go to PMC Novena Outlet?

The Physics Cafe Central – Goldhill Centre-(Novena MRT)

3 minutes sheltered walk from Novena MRT
187B Thomson Road, Goldhill Centre Singapore 307630
The Physics Cafe (Novena) is located next to the exit of the underpass from Novena MRT, above Mary Chia Salon and Supercut Salon.

Step 1: Take the Novena MRT Exit to United Square (Exit B).
Step 2: Exit underpass and make an immediate U-turn and walk past the GoldHill Centre brick wall on your left.
Step 3: Walk to the back of the building to go to the staircase. You will be walking pass SuperCut Salon.
Step 4: You will see “The Physics Café” directory on 2nd staircase on your left side. Walk up staircase to third level.

 

Sign up Now!

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PMC Points Redemption

The Physics & Maths Cafe Points Redemption

 

What are the perks of being a PMC student?

Beside from having tasty lessons seasoned with summarised notes and efficient exam strategies. 

Here are some of our other interesting deals!

 

 

SCORE AND REFER

Win our weekly class challenge or refer your friends to the café with your unique referral code.

 

EARN

You can easily get points by participating in the quiz during your lesson or even when you spot a mistake from the screen!

 

REDEEM AT ANY TIME

Redeem when you are ready.

1 pt

Tidbits at our Cafe

2 pts

Signature Popcorn Chicken

Seaweed Chicken

Throw a dice to win $10 cash.

5 pts

$5 popular voucher

PMC Black Box

Take a quiz to earn up to $50 cash.

60 pts

Trade in for $100 Cash

 

In case you are wondering ..

Why are there no drinks included in the points redemption list?

Simply because, The Physics Cafe offer them for free!! 🙂

 

Come and join us!

Sign up now at www.pmc.sg