Prepare for Math Exams Easily
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Learn how a student improves from 68 to 97 marks in 3 months
Be it Problem Sums, Rate & Speed, or the Assumption Method, let our intelligent system pin-point your child’s weaknesses and help them improve with laser-sharp focus.
How We Can Help
Tackle the Right Problem
Your child took a test of 7 questions in 20 minutes. They got the last 2 questions wrong. However, they spent 10 minutes on the 3rd question, and only 1 minute each on the last two. Where do their real weakness(es) lie?
If you waste time fixing something that is not broken, then what is broken does not get fixed.
- How We Do It
- Motivate Your Child Easily
- Help Your Child Save Time
- Help Your Child Remember
- Help Your Child Enjoy
Tech + HeartWe recognize that certain things are best done by computers, while other things are best performed by people.
The Right AttitudeLet your child earn their daily screen time by doing questions and earning points for rewards, all within Practicle.
Reflexive Adaptive Engine™Let the RAE learn your child's weaknesses and strengths and give them only the questions that matter.
Way to LearnRecent research has shown that studying, just like eating and exercising, are best broken up into small, frequent chunks.
Feels like PlayingYour child will learn better, and be more open to working on those questions every night.
What our Parents Say
Cayden was not coping well with the word problem sums this year. He scored 68 for his SA1 Exam. We then decided to let him try Practicle.sg (since he doesn't like tuition). In SA2, he scored 97! We were amazed of the great improvement and very happy for him. He had also won a Nintendo Switch for himself. Thank you, Practicle.sg!
Primary 5 Parent
Practicle has helped to motivate her practice Maths. Keeping my fingers crossed on her Maths test results... her accuracy had improved based on past year school test paper practice. Some of the questions are so creative and amusing!
Primary 6 Parent
I thought he was playing games again as he kept using my handphone. That's why I went closer to see and I realized he was actually doing Math questions to gain experience points! Thanks to his teacher for introducing it to him!