29 Jul '12, 10am

Kelvin Ong Wee Loong, the founder of AristoCare centre, told by MOE to stop lying about being a GEP pupil & teacher

Kelvin Ong Wee Loong, the founder of AristoCare centre, told by MOE to stop lying about being a GEP pupil & teacher

SINGAPORE - Mr Kelvin Ong Wee Loong, the founder of AristoCare centre, charges a whopping $250 per lesson for parents of primary school students looking to clinch a place in the coveted Gifted Education Programme (GEP). RELATED STORIES Parent pays nearly $6,000 a month in tuition fees More tuition, please Kids take test to qualify for top tuition centres Parents hire tutors to do kids' school and tuition assignments Tuition can be unhealthy: Expert GEP is a highly selective academic programme in Singapore, designed to identify the top 1 per cent of students from each academic year. On his website, the 36-year-old claimed he was previously from Clementi Town Primary before being admitted to Anglo-Chinese School's (Primary) GEP in Primary 4. He further stated that he went on to attend Anglo-Chinese Junior College and the National University of Singapore, before becoming a te...

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