Introducing this New “EverLoop Improvement System” to Help Your Child Improve Even More Than Ever Before
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What is EverLoop all about?
Through a successful pilot-test at one of our branches since 2 years ago, we’ve developed a holistic system that accompanies our high quality weekly lessons that we now call the “EverLoop” Improvement System.
Unique only to AGrader (at this point in time) and available nowhere else - students regularly come back to practice again on exam-oriented questions.
Improvement rates are astoundingly high at over 90% for students that regularly come back and take the practices seriously.
The improvement journey for our students look like this:
Weekly Lessons (Content Ahead)
Comprehensive Notes & Cheat-Sheets (Content Reinforcement)
Before Term 1
Before Term 2
Before Term 3
Before Term 4
Formative Assessments & Plugging of Learning Gaps (Content EverLoop)
Why is there a need to develop this system?
Competition is STIFF. Everyone (or almost everyone) has extra weekly tuition classes somewhere.
Maybe your child already attends weekly tuition classes.
Maybe your child has already finished almost all the questions on assessment books and past year exam papers....
Or maybe he already has “good teachers” in school….
But why is it that by the time it comes to the exams, he still doesn’t achieve the level of marks that you thought he should have gotten?
That’s because it’s not his fault.
We’ve noticed this phenomenon for years
And we've developed a solution for it so that OUR students have an edge over everyone else.
What our students need is the right “revision system” to make sure they can remember how to apply every single learning concept!
Because of the Real Underlying Problem known as the “Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve Hypothesis” – developed 1885
It’s a well-known fact that most of us (including you as an adult) won't remember every single thing taught to us today, much less apply it flawlessly months later at an exam.
We may understand the learning content taught to us well today, but most of us will more or less forget part of the content months later – due to the “Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve Hypothesis” – developed 1885
How does the EverLoop System look like in action?
Existing students will book a session at www.agrader.sg/appt.
All AGrader students have the privilege and access to this system complimentary to their enrolment with us, and can come for as many times as is required so they can improve.
At the session:
A formative assessment will be given to the student
Assessment will be marked, learning gaps identified
Gaps are plugged on the spot with top learning videos
Part 1 - Weekly Lessons
accompanied with high-quality education materials to help them learn content ahead of school.
Part 2 - Fully Colored Cheat-sheets & Concept Maps
That were designed to reinforce their learning and understanding of subject matter.
Part 3 - Formative Assessment & Gaps Plugging
Extra Revision to help plug learning gaps through proprietary teaching videos made by the best educators.
Learning encounter #1
Learning encounter #2
Learning encounter #3
Student attends "Whole Numbers" topic at AGrader.
"Whole Numbers" is gone through in school.
Student attempts "Revision Paper" with past learning encounters.
Watches proprietary teaching videos to recap, revise and improve.
Goes to exam Fresh, Confident & Ready to take on the toughest questions!
Learn Ahead of School & Learn 8 to 12 Exam-Related Solving Techniques Within 4 Lessons
At Least 55 Pages of Concise Revision Notes and the Most Relevant Exam Questions
Sharpen 8 to 12 Exam-Oriented Skills
All Lessons Recorded and Clouded for Easy Revision & Recap
Exclusive Access to Proprietary EverLoop Improvement System for Unlimited Formative Assessments & Learning Videos
No Upfront Reg Fee or Deposit (Try First Before You Commit)
Lessons Taught by Specially Interviewed & Chosen Educators
“Forgetting Curve” (1885)
The decline of memory retention over time when there is no attempt to retain it.
What is the “Forgetting Curve” (1885)
The “Forgetting Curve” theory hypothesizes the decline of memory retention over time.
The curve shows how information is lost over time when there is no attempt to refresh, revise and retain the content that we’ve previously learnt and practised on.
The idea is over 100 years old. It originates in the late 19th century, with German psychologist Hermann Ebbinghaus, who was among the first scientists to perform experiments to understand how memory works in the human brain.
“The Forgetting Curve” (1885)
Most normal students, including adults are exposed and prone to this hypothesis.
The theory refers to both knowledge memory retention and concepts application.
This hypothesis has found to hold true especially in education, where students are expected not only to retain learning concepts but more importantly - know how to apply them in different situations.
This is why even with very good teachers and weekly lessons with their home tutor - students still don’t improve as much as they should be doing so.
The AGrader Success Formula
Most Exam-Relevant Questions Assembled in Revision Papers
1-Concept-1-Video Teaching Videos on the AGrader Platform
Hard Work From Student
Improvement in Results
Frequently asked questions
My child is not enrolled in Math, can I still come for the EverLoop Improvement System?
To be fair to other students, we only provide this service for enrolled students in their respective subjects.
What is the point of revising on worksheets that have already been delivered in past weeks?
Through our observations during our beta-test (we tested almost executionary permutation you can imagine😅) – most students can’t or won’t remember every single concept from every single lesson, be it delivered before or not.
By using the same high quality and meticulously assembled Revision Papers which contain the most exam-relevant questions set in the first place, and adding teaching videos to them, we’ve achieved real, tangible improvement in almost ALL of the students in the beta-test.
Since it works, we will continue doing what worked till we have new insight.
I am an existing enrolled student, but I have withdrawn one of the subjects. Can I still to come for the Tablet Revision?
This will be handled on a case-by-case basis depending on your enrolment and withdrawal date. Please check with the respective centre staff on this.
Do I have to pay for this Tablet Revision?
This programme is meant to support our existing students and is 100% free of charge. We only hope the parents of enrolled students with us can see our efforts in this endeavour, provide constructive feedback and we can all improve together.
How long does 1 Tablet Revision take?
Generally it will take 1.5 hours to complete 1 revision paper.
Is it separated from the usual lesson time?
The timings available at during centre opening hours & subject to resources availability. Please refer to the available slots here: www.agrader.sg/appt
How many times do we need to attend for this Tablet Revision?
At the point of writing this, we have created between 3 to 5 revision packs and 1 test for each level and subject, thus you can come for all of them if you have the time.
Will there be any bonus bucks given to the child upon completion of 1 revision paper?
As this is the 1st time we’re conducting this exercise, we will observe the motivation of the students and effectiveness of the revision first before implementing any rewards system.
Is there any supervision provided? Are parents allowed to sit in?
Our centre administrators will be overseeing the tablet revision programme with a tried-and-tested workflow by letting the students try the revision papers first before watching the teaching videos.
At the end of the day, we observe that successful students are partly self-driven and self-disciplined. The entire content setup already provides an extraordinary amount of support for the students and is made as easy to navigate as possible for them.
We discourage parents from sitting in and would encourage you to let your child try the tablet revision out on his/her own.
How do we know if the revision is effective for the child?
In our initial small group beta-test that we conducted at our branch at Tampines - all participating students improved (some more, some less).
We observe that – as with life, success comes with effort and academic improvement comes with practice.
We believe that given enough effort coupled with good support – we endeavour to have all our students improve.
Can I know what topics the Tablet Revision will cover?
Revision Packs are assembled with exam preparation in mind, and are a mix of topics and concepts, specially selected so that it would be the most exam relevant.