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MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS)

MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS)

MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) 

Yayasan MENDAKI is the pioneer self-help group in providing tuition for the public.  

MTS aims to provide quality and affordable tuition to help students achieve better results in their school and national exams. It is open to all primary and secondary-level Muslim students. MTS is aligned with MOE’s curriculum and provides additional developmental activities. 

Collaborative Tuition Programme (CTP) is a collaboration with 3 other self-help groups (SHGs).

With effect from 2022, MTS and CTP are streamlined and offered at over 90 centres around the country. 

Desired outcomes 

  • Every student is inspired to learn 
  • Every student aspires to succeed in school and life 
  • Every student gains confidence and improves in their exams 
  • Every student looks up to their tutors as role models 

Eligibility criteria  

  • Singaporean or Singapore Permanent Resident.
  • Studying in full-time local government or government-aided schools and madrasahs. 
  • Muslim students: No income criteria.
  • Non-Muslim students: Please see below. 

Eligibility Criteria for non-Muslim Students registering for MTS:

  • Chinese students – Monthly Household Income (MHI) $4,800 &/or Per Capita Income (PCI) $1,400 and below
  • Eurasian students – PCI $1,200 and below
  • Indian students – no eligibility criteria

The tuition fees have been reduced to a one-time $10 registration fee per student per year, to make it more affordable and accessible to all.

This $10 fee is applicable to:

  • All Malay/Muslim students
  • Chinese students with gross MHI of $4,800 and below and/or gross PCI of $1,400 and below
  • All Indian students with PCI $1,000 and above

Note: Eurasian students with gross PCI of $1,200 and below need not pay any fees

Students/parents who have difficulty paying fees may seek a fee waiver from their respective SHGs.

The eligibility criteria and how to apply are indicated as follows:

Chinese students

MHI $2,400 and below and/or PCI $800 and below

To apply, email  [email protected]

Eurasian students

PCI $1,200 and below

To apply, email [email protected]

Indian students

PCI $1,000 and below

To apply, email  [email protected]

 

Subjects and levels offered 

  1. English and Maths – For Primary 1 – 2, Secondary 1 –  2, Secondary 3 – 4 Normal Technical
  2. English, Maths, Science/Combined Science (Physics/Chemistry) – For Primary 3 – 6, Secondary 3 – 5.

Students must choose at least 2 and at most 3 subjects/classes to ensure that they receive comprehensive support for their education. 

Changes to MTS with effect from 2022 

  1. One-time $10 Registration Fee 
    The fee has been reduced to just $10 per student, to make it more affordable and accessible to all.
  2. Smaller Class Sizes
    With more qualified and committed tutors per student ratio, students can receive more focused attention to help them succeed
  3. More Comprehensive Academic Support
    Students can now register for up to three separate classes/subjects if they need stronger support to prepare for their PSLE. 

Fees 

  • Fee payment will be via PayNow QR code scanning. If you do not have PayNow, you would need to pay via NETS at one of our satellite centres. 

 

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Watch below to find out how to register for MTS!

Unsure of the registration steps? Check out the manual here!

MTS Centre Listing 2024

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Tuition Schedule

Schedule Announcements

MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) 2024 Tuition Schedule - Saturday

  SATURDAY 2024
  Date Lesson
January  20 Lesson 1
27 Lesson 2
     
February  3 Lesson 3
10 PH – Chinese New Year
17 Lesson 4
24 Lesson 5
     
March 2 Lesson 6
9 Term 1 School Holidays
16 Lesson 7
23 Lesson 8
30 No Lesson
     
April 6 Lesson 9
13 No Lesson (Hari Raya)
20 Lesson 10
27 Lesson 11
     
May 4 Lesson 12
11 Lesson 13
18 Lesson 14
25 Lesson 15
     
June 1 Term 2 School Holidays
8 Term 2 School Holidays
15 Term 2 School Holidays
22 Lesson 16
29 Lesson 17
     
July 6 Lesson 18
13 Lesson 19
20 Lesson 20
27 Lesson 21
     
August 3 Lesson 22
10 School Holiday – Post National Day 
17 Lesson 23
24 Lesson 24
31 Lesson 25
     
September  7 Term 3 School Holidays
14 Lesson 26
21 Lesson 27
28 Lesson 28
     
October 5 Lesson 29
12 Lesson 30
19 Lesson 31
26 Lesson 32
     
  *The schedule above is subject to changes.
     

How do I register for an account?

I do not have an NRIC. Am I able to register for an account?

Why are there so few MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) centres for Sec 5N(A) classes?

There is no MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) centre near my house. Will MENDAKI be able to open one?

I understand that the MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) near my house is quite popular. Will MENDAKI open more classes / places for students to sign up?

The registration form requires me to sign up for 2 classes, yet my preferred MTS centre offers only 1 subject. Why is this so? What should I do?

How will I know if the MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) centre that I am waitlisting for has a vacancy opening up?

How can I check the status of my waitlisting for an MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) centre? When will I know the outcome of the waitlisting?

Generally, what are the chances of being able to successfully secure a place after waitlisting at an MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS)?

What happens if I am unsuccessful in my waitlisting for an MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) ?

I was unsuccessful in waitlisting for a place at a MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) centre. Can I get a refund of the registration fee?

What is the registration fee for the MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS)?

Why has MENDAKI reviewed the registration fee for the MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS)?

I am unable to pay the $10 commitment fee for the MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS). What should I do?

I don’t know yet which stream my Primary 6 child will be in next year in secondary school. Should I register for a place in the MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) at this time?

Can I make changes to the centres I selected for MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) once I know the secondary level stream and/or school that my child will be in? If so, how can I do so?

What documents do I need to upload in order to register for MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) ?

I am a stepparent registering my stepchild for MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS). What do I need to know for registration purposes?

What is MyInfo? How can I benefit from it?

Is it a must for all my children registering for MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) to have a dedicated laptop/computer each? What happens if they don’t?

Should I declare if my child has a medical condition when registering for MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS)? What will MENDAKI do with the info?

What is MyInfo?

What are the benefits of MyInfo?

Am I eligible for a Singpass MyInfo profile?

How can I update my Singpass MyInfo profile?

How can I print my CPF Contribution history in my profile?

How can I obtain more information on MyInfo?

Are there any consequences for low MTS class attendance for students?

What is School Assistance Scheme (SAS)?

Am I eligible for School Assistance Scheme (SAS)?

Which documents must I have ready on hand before I apply for School Assistance Scheme (SAS)?

How do I know if my application for School Assistance Scheme (SAS) is successful?

Can non-Muslim students apply for fee waiver?

AmPowered @ MTS

AmPowered @ MTS is a programme that offers Secondary 3 and 4 MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) students access to mentors who:

  • ENHANCE students’ motivation to achieve their aspirations
  • CONNECT students to support networks and resources, (e.g. information, financial assistance) where required and
  • PROVIDE GUIDANCE for students to develop transferable skills and make better-informed decisions about their post-secondary education pathways based on their interests and strengths

Find out more about the programme with the AmPowered @ MTS Info Kit here.

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