Jeanne Chong (5 years old), from My First Skool, started cognitive developmental training at Ric Cognitive Learning Center since N2. After a year of training, her memory and learning ability increased significantly, requiring only a few minutes to learn Pri 1 or Pri 2 spelling. She has no problem with memorizing both English and Chinese essays. Her Raven’s IQ test showed that she scored top 5% based on the age group of 7.5 years old (2 years older than her). Now, she is preparing Primary 1 schoolwork. – Featured in Shin Min Daily News, May 2015
At 5 years 7 months, her IQ is equivalent to that of a 9 year old. – Featured in Shin Min Daily News, March 2016
Roxanne Chong, Kindergarten 2, joined RIC and started using Ric Cognitive Approach® when she was in Kindergarten 1. Now, she is able to learn new words in a short amount of time and memorise 40 pictures or a 50-word passage in just 15 minutes. Her drawing test, below, showed that Roxanne’s drawings became more mature and her cognitive ability greatly improved after going through the Cognitive Developmental training. She is now studying Primary 1 school materials to prepare her for her new phase in education. – Featured in The New Paper, Nov 2014
Roxanne’s Primary 1 End-of-Year results are 95%, 96% and 98% for English, Chinese and Math respectively. – 12 Nov 2015
At 7 years old, her IQ is equivalent to that of a 11 year old. – Featured in Lianhe Wanbao and Shin Min Daily News, May 2016
Evie Lu, joined RIC when she was in Kindergarten 2. A year later, her learning and cognitive ability was so strong that she was able to learn a new word in less than a minute. In Primary 1, she scored full marks for both English and Math. She even used the method to memorise the script for her school’s ‘Show and Tell’. Mrs Lu said “Evie really enjoyed the class and found it fun and interesting.” As seen from her drawings below, Evie’s brain development and cognitive ability increased significantly. – Featured in Shin Min Daily News, May 2013
Austin Tan, currently in Primary 3, started this program when he was in Kindergarten 2. At that time, Mrs Tan was searching for a program that could help Austin with his learning and intelligence. She came to know of RIC through friends and enrolled Austin for our program. After few months of training, Austin proceeded on to Primary 1 and did exceptionally well in Primary 1 and 2, getting over 90 marks for all his subjects. Mr and Mrs Tan were so satisfied with our program, saying “Austin is able to learn both English and Chinese spelling by himself without supervision. He is able to learn 20 new words by himself in 5 minutes. Now, Austin is very independent and does not need me to worry and supervise.” – Featured in Lianhe Wanbao, May 2014.
A Primary 4 English book was randomly flipped and given to two K2 students, Lynette Teo and Keziah Lam, to complete. Within 10 minutes, both girls did 10 questions and Keziah scored 8 questions while Lynette scored 5. The girls were asked to learn from their mistakes by providing the answers and understanding why they got the questions wrong.
Thereafter, they were tested verbally on the wrong questions as well as spelling of words which they didn’t know. Both were able to answer fluently and even spell the words backwards with no mistake, becoming second nature to them.
Both girls completed the Cognitive Developmental Program, consisting of 5 terms and applied the approach of Mental Imagery to their schoolwork. – Featured in Shin Min Daily News, Nov 2007
4 year later, both were enrolled into Gifted Education Program (GEP). –Featured in Shin Min Daily News, Nov 2011
Audrey Ooi, Pri 2 from Telok Kurau Primary School, started RIC cognitive developmental training since K2. After a year’s training, she scored exceptional results of 91% for all her 3 subjects (English, Math and Chinese) in her Pri 1 SA2 exams.
Audrey’s mother, Mrs Ooi said “Audrey enjoys coming for lessons at Ric Cognitive Learning Center. After a year of training, her memory and learning ability improved drastically. She just requires a few minutes to learn Pri 1 and Pri 2 spelling, getting full marks for the majority of it. Furthermore, her school results are all above 90%.”. – Featured in Lianhe Zaobao, May 2015
Jess Ng, Pri 5, from Choa Chu Kang Primary School, joined Ric Cognitive Learning Center’s Developmental Program in January last year. After 9 months of cognitive developmental training and applying it to Math and Science, her Math results improved drastically from 65% (Band 3) in her Pri 3 SA2 exams to 85% (Band 1) in her Pri 4 SA2 and 83% (Band 2) to 89% (Band 1) for Science respectively. Now, she is working hard for her Pri 5 SA1 exams.
Mrs Ng commented that Jess enjoys attending RIC’s lessons and after joining RIC, she has seen improvement in all her subjects including memory, learning ability and academic performance. “Now Jess learns much faster, reducing studying time. I am very satisfied with the results.” – Featured in Lianhe Wanbao, May 2015
Three of our students, Danil Chang, Tew En Hao and Chloe Chia, were selected into the Gifted Education Programme in 2013.
Danil Chang, Primary 3, started with NeuroCognitive Holiday Program in Dec 2012 and continued with Junior Developmental Program. 6 months later, he did extremely well for his Mid Year Exam, getting Band 1 for all subjects – 89% for English, 91% for Chinese, 93% for Math and 86% Science. He was informed that he was accepted into GEP in November 2013. Danil’s mother was extremely happy and commented that the program has indeed enhanced Danil’s cognitive and learning ability. – Featured in Shin Min Daily News, Nov 2013
Chloe Chia, Primary 3, joined us in January and had a mixture of Band 1s and 2s for her Mid Year Exams. She received a trophy from RIC for her excellent results. She was notified that she got selected for GEP after going through two rounds of selection. – Featured in Shin Min Daily News, Nov 2013
Tew En Hao’s parents enrolled him and his siblings for Junior Developmental Program. His results were outstanding, getting 82% for English, 99% for Chinese, 99% for Math and 88% for Science. After two rounds of selection for GEP, he was selected. In addition, En Hao was chosen for his school’s ‘Show and Tell’ where he used the approach and bagged home the first prize. En Hao’s sister also had a marked improvement in her results, getting first in class for English, which used to be her weakest subject. His parents were extremely satisfied and pleased with their learning in RIC. – Featured in Shin Min Daily News, Nov 2013
Valance Koh, joined RIC in Primary 4. Six months into the program, she applied the approach to her studies and scored Band 1 for all her subjects. As a result, she received the Good Progress Award. Valance’s mum said she is extremely pleased with the improvement in her studies and ever since Valence joined RIC, she never had to worry about her daughter’s studies. – Featured in Lianhe Wanbao, May 2014
Primary 3 student, Sarah Ong, learnt Ric Cognitive Approach® to help curb her nervousness towards studies. She joined our NeuroCognitive Holiday Program in Primary 2 and found our program very interesting, thus asking her mother to sign her up for our Junior Developmental Program. Sarah was always nervous during exams therefore not being able to score well. After going through our program, she found studying to be much easier and scored excellent results for her exams. Interviewed by Lianhe Wanbao, a reporter asked her to memorise a paragraph from a textbook and she completed it within 5 minutes, without any mistake. She also did well for PSLE, scoring 259. – Featured in Lianhe Wanbao, May 2012
Koh Xin Yi, has been with Ric Cognitive since she was in Primary 4. She learnt the skill of mental imagery and together with the application of Ric Cognitive Approach®, her position in class improved from 19th to top three within a year. She did extremely well for PSLE (255) and entered the Integrated Program in Secondary School. – Featured in Shin Min Daily News, March 2012
Primary 2 student, Participant T, started Ric Cognitive Approach® training just before she entered Primary 1. After a few months of training, Participant T’s learning and memory ability was so strong that she did exceptionally well in both her Primary 1 and 2 exams, scoring above 90% for all her subjects. Her level position also jumped from 62nd in Primary 1 to 23rd in Primary 2. Below shows the development of her drawing test.
After going through cognitive developmental training, Lim Xiang Long, Sec 2, from Woodgrove Secondary School scored excellent results for all his subjects. He joined RIC’s Holiday Program in June last year and carried on with the Developmental Program. After 8 months of training, he scored an outstanding result of 7 As for his CA1 exam this year, as compared to 2 As last year. His parents were very pleased with his results.
“Ever since Xiang Long joined RIC, his memory and learning ability improved tremendously which enabled him to learn effortlessly and effectively. Moreover, all his subjects improved from 2 As to 7 As”, Mdm Goh said. – Featured in Shin Min Daily News, May 2015
Eileen Lim, Secondary 1 student, joined RIC as her PSLE results did not meet her expectations. 8 months into the program, she applied the principles taught and obtained 3 A1s, 1 A2, 3 B3s and 1 B4 for her mid year exams. She ended the year with 4 A1s, 1 A2 and 3 B3s, being one of the Top 5 students in her class.
She said “I used to have issues with memorising and I tend to forget what I memorised easily. But now I do not have this problem and my memory has improved. I learnt how to use Ric Cognitive Approach® in my studies, especially in subjects like science, geography and history, where I scored As for these subjects.” – Featured in Lianhe Wanbao and The New Paper, Nov 2014
The progression and development of Eileen’s brain can be seen through her drawings below.
Secondary 2 student, Xavier Gan, joined RIC in June last year. Prior to joining, he was ranked 80th in his whole level for SA1. After 5 months of training and application to schoolwork, he did extremely well for his SA2 exams and jumped to 41st position in the whole level. His parents were extremely pleased and satisfied with his results.
“After learning Ric Cognitive Approach ®, I learnt the skill of memorizing and it made studying much easier, which saved a lot of time for me.” .– Featured in Shin Min Daily News, May 2014
Secondary 2 student, Edric Teo, joined RIC in July last year. After slightly more than a year’s cognitive developmental training and using Ric Cognitive Approach®, his Sec 2’s SA2 results improved tremendously and his level position increased from 62nd to 19th in a short span of 1 year. He was also promoted to Normal Academic (NA) stream from Normal Technical (NT) and could directly participate for ‘O’ Levels, skipping ‘N’ Levels.– Featured in Shin Min Daily News, Nov 2009
The development of his brain can be seen from his drawing test below:
Before joining RIC, Abigail Toh, Secondary 2, has always been weak in Math and found this subject exceptionally difficult to study. As a result, she never passed Math, getting D7, E8 and even F9. At RIC, she learnt the skill on using her brain to study and how to improve memory. She applied the skills learnt to her schoolwork and her results improved greatly from F9 to A1 for Math within 6 months. This improved her confidence and changed her attitude towards studying. – Featured in Shin Min Daily News, Nov 2009
Source: Shin Min Daily News, Lianhe Wanbao and The New Paper