About Ingel


A Short Story

Some time back Ingel observed this conversation between his brother and his nephew.

“If I give you one book and one more book, how many books do you have in total?” Ingel’s brother asked him.
“Three.” his nephew replied.

His brother, feeling dismayed asked again, expecting his son to have already learned basic arithmetic.
He asked again, this time mouthing every word of his question slowly.
Ingel’s nephew, replied hesitatingly, “Three”.

Disappointed, his brother thought maybe toy cars which appealed to his son worked better.
He asked enthusiastically, “If I give you one Tomica toy car and another Tomica toy car, how many will you have?”
With a smile on his face, the nephew answered, “Two?”
Hearing the answer my brother felt triumphant and Ingel was equally pleasant.
Yet one mystery remain.

“Now, if I give you one book and one more book, how many will you have?”
Promptly his nephew raised his fingers and answered, “Four!”
Exasperated, the father questioned his son, “How so?”
In a intimated voice the young nephew replied, “Because my uncle just gifted me a book this morning.”

Ingel is always reminded of this story whenever he teach students of new concepts.
Though funny, it serves as an important reminder to always view situations from his students’ perspective.
The struggles student have with complex concepts are not something teachers, who have completely mastered them after years of practice, can easily appreciate.
At Ingel’s tuition, patience is not requested by the parents, but an ingrained value.

Hundreds of parents have selected Ingel for their child’s tuition NOT because he offers the lowest rate.
Find out why

Ingel’s Beliefs

When Ingel teaches, he believes students should be learning in the most efficient manner possible.
The way he does it is to impart learning techniques that are simple to remember, and easy to apply.
He is the only supertutor to integrate lessons from all 3 subjects and show how they are being applied in real-life situations. Want to get taught?

About Ingel

Ingel is an expert in tutoring and he has been teaching for over 13 years in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. He holds a First Class Honours Degree in Engineering from the National University of Singapore and has been consistently on Dean’s List. He had also been awarded numerous scholarships at California Institute of Technology (#2 in the World, only Engineering student in NUS selected), Tsinghua University (#1 in China) and Osaka University (#2 in Japan). He has also completed NUS Undergraduate Opportunities Research Programme (UROP) in just his first year of college. In his Junior College days, he was ranked among the top 1% of his cohort and attained full distinctions for then Further Mathematics, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Ingel represented his JC in the Chemistry Olympiad Competition. Not all distinctions are created equally. Hailing from a less-privileged background meant he never had tuition throughout his academic life and has to derive the best efficient studying system. He now imparts his learning system to his students.

Academic Track Record


Ingel has taught hundreds of students to date. Following list shows some of the schools Ingel’s students were from:

Junior Colleges




Dunman High School







River Valley High School


Singapore Sports School

St. Andrew's Junior College

Tampines Meridian Junior College

Temasek Junior College

Victoria Junior College

Yishun Innova Junior College







Secondary Schools


Bedok South Secondary School

Bedok View Secondary School

Changkat Changi Secondary School

Crescent Girls School

Dunman High School

Dunman Secondary School

Hai Sing Catholic School

Ngee Ann Secondary School

St. Anthony's Canossian School

St. Hilda's Secondary School

St. Joseph Institution

Victoria School

Books Published

Ingel has published a number of children books, sold in online bookstores such as Taobao, dangdang.com and also available in National Library Board. Read more on Baidu here.







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