S’pore Student Offers Tuition for Free, Restores Faith in Humanity

Are you looking to be privately tutored, but couldn’t afford the high cost of tutors?

Well, here’s your saviour.

Mr Daniel Syakir is offering to give free tuition for primary school students. Yeah, you’ve read it right: free. According to his Facebook post, he’s doing this as he sees teaching as a career, and so is trying to gain more experience.

Here’s his post in Facebook.

Lest you can’t read it, here’s what he wrote.

Hey guys! Since my exams end this coming Friday and I will have quite a lot of spare time on my hands, I’m thinking of giving primary school tuition, for free.

I’m doing this because I see a future career in the teaching industry and I want to start as early as possible to gain experience. Furthermore, I want to help people who really need help and give back to society. I’ve had so many people help me to get to where I am today and it’s only fair that I do my part.

Subjects I offer are Math and English. Here are my qualifications thus far for the following subjects :

Math:
PSLE – B
O Levels – B4
H1 A level Math – B
English
PSLE – B
O Levels – B

Sure, they aren’t fantastic results but i’m confident I can help in one way or another. After all, good grades/qualifications doesn’t necessarily translate into good teaching skills. Please do help me out by sharing this post to anyone you know who might need my help. Again, this is all for free.

You can contact me for further enquiries through my Facebook or my email address : [email protected]

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Cheers, and have a nice day 🙂

Like what he has written, he might not be NIE-trained, nor have fantastic results, but hey, beggars can’t be choosers, eh?

And you’re most welcome!

Featured Image: Facebook (Daniel Syakir)

This article was first published on goodyfeed.com

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