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MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS)

Yayasan MENDAKI is the pioneer Self-Help Group in providing tuition for the public. MENDAKI Tuition Scheme (MTS) aims to provide quality tuition at affordable rates to help students attain better results in their school and national examinations.  It is open to all primary and secondary school Muslim students. MTS is aligned to the Ministry Of Education’s curriculum and provides additional developmental activities. Classes are conducted in more than 50 schools around the island.

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Desired Outcomes

  • Every student is inspired to learn
  • Every student gains confidence for examinations
  • Every student improves in their examinations
  • Every student looks up to their tutors as role models
  • Every student aspires to do well in school and life

Eligibility Criteria

  • Muslim;
  • Singaporean or Singapore Permanent Residents;
  • Studying in full-time local government or government-aided schools and madrasahs;
  • Obtained 75 marks and below in at least one of the tuition subject (English, Mathematics or Science) for SA2 2020.


  • Primary 1 to 3
  • Secondary 1 to 2 (Express, Normal Academic and Normal Technical)
  • Secondary 3 to 4 (Normal Technical)
  • Primary 4 to 6 (Standard and Foundation)
  • Secondary 3 to 4 (Express and Normal Academic)
  • Secondary 5 (Normal Academic)
Package:    Mathematics and English Package:    Mathematics and English OR Science Package:    Mathematics and English OR Combined Science (Physics and Chemistry)

(Inclusive of $10.00 registration fee and $15.00 book fees)

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