Dr. Anthony Fok is one of the best economics tutors in Singapore, and his teaching methodology has been widely recognized by the media. He has been featured in various news outlets, including The Straits Times, Channel NewsAsia, and Today. His achievements in the education industry and the success of his students have been highlighted by these media outlets, making him a highly respected figure in the field of economics tuition.
The Straits Times, one of Singapore’s leading newspapers, has featured Dr. Fok in several articles, praising his teaching style and the success of his students. One article titled “Top A-level economics tutor and his secrets to success” highlighted Dr. Fok’s innovative teaching methodology, which has helped many students excel in their A-level examinations. The article also highlighted the success of his former students, who have gone on to attend prestigious universities such as Harvard and the London School of Economics.
Channel NewsAsia, a leading news channel in Singapore, has also recognized Dr. Fok’s achievements in the education industry. In an article titled “Meet the super tutors of Singapore,” Dr. Fok was one of the few educators featured for his exemplary teaching skills. The article highlighted his dedication to teaching and the impact he has had on his students, both in terms of academic success and character development.
Today, another leading newspaper in Singapore, has also featured Dr. Fok in an article titled “Top tutors share how to score in economics.” In the article, Dr. Fok shared his insights on how students can excel in economics, highlighting the importance of understanding the fundamental concepts and being able to apply them to real-world situations.
Dr. Fok’s reputation as a top economics tutor in Singapore has also led to international recognition. He has been invited to speak at various international conferences and has been featured in media outlets such as BBC and CNBC.
You can view his press release here.
“As he is well known for his ability to deliver results, parents try all means to put their children in his class.”
The Straits Times
15 June 2008