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Who is this for?

The Master Principles of Accounts Learning Portal is a mobile-optimised, self-paced learning platform specifically designed for:
– The busy student with heavy CCA or other tuition commitments.
– Students shorter attention span or require repetition of concept explanation to master the topic.
– Part-time 1:1 tutors or home-schooled learners looking for an authoritative, comprehensive coverage of the 7086/7087 GCE O/N Level syllabus can use this as a supplementary resource to help your student

Suitable for students who may not be accustomed to raising their hands and asking questions in a small group class

Check out the profiles of the students using the Master Principles of Accounts Learning Portal

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Students with ZERO Background in Accounting

Whether you are picking up POA for the first time as a private candidate, coming to or currently in Sec 3 or preparing for your accounting/business diploma or degree, the basic accounting modules is here for you.

You will learn:

  • How to avoid memorising accounts and double entries and use logical, common sense approach to identifying accounts and accounting elements.
  • The correct framework and thinking skills needed to achieve a consistent, correct way to record transactions in the 3 Steps to Perfect Double Entries.
  • The flow of accounting information in the financial statements of performance and position (income statement/ balance sheet).
  • Avoiding common mistakes students face when processing exam questions requiring double entries.

For the C5-B3 Student

Your basic journal entries are ok. You understand debit is left and credit is right.
You started noticing a little bit of struggle when covering income and expense and things went downhill for topics like depreciation and allowance for impairment on trade receivables.

If you are frustrated with the timeline method or get confused with the dates, our approach to mastering accounting concepts

In the Master Principles of Accounts Learning Portal, you will learn:

  • The tried-and-proven exam technique using our LEAP (Logic -> Equation -> Application -> Practice) framework to understand key accounting concepts.
  • Timeline-free application to exam questions using our famed HBUL formulae to break complex exam questions down into a simple, logical equation before applying it for the exams.

But there’s more. You will learn how to think about questions systematically and will include important pattern observations that may be new to you. The content is constantly updated, showing you the exact steps and the approach that generate the best results in the long run without memorising a single format.

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Bite-size videos, worksheets and quizzes to ensure you are doing well along the way.
Classroom tested and constantly updated since 2018.

If you mugged and memorised. And have no results.

One of the largest groups of people in Master Principles of Accounts are those who have tried and failed with principles of accounts and memorising transactions, ledgers and formats.

We hear from them all the time, and itโ€™s really exciting when we hear from some of them who are finally succeeding. Master POA goes on a logic-first approach.

There are SO many little details you have to remember and do right if you want to ace your accounting exams, and while many teachers/tutors share good tips, they leave you hanging by having you memorise steps/ledgers ‘when time is running out.’

We have had hundreds of people go through Master POA. Every time Caleb sees something students missed, they go back to the LEAP framework and make sure students don’t make the same memorising-approach again. The course receives almost weekly updates. We know you feel jaded at this point about POA, but you KNOW there is huge potential. We have helped many students in your exact same situation to get to success. Put us to work for you.

Matthew Ang

Zachary’s Story

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This is Zachary using the MPOA Online Portal in August 2019. When eating and doing work at the same time was still allowed.

Zachary’s mom, Mrs Chia, enquired for MPOA Tuition Classes at Jurong East on 7th July 2019. This was approximately 7 weeks to the prelims and we have already closed enrolment for our over-sized class to provide in-depth, topical coverage which we just did during the June holidays. We were full-on revision mode.

Mrs Chia persisted with a trial but requested we try Zachary to cover a chapter in-depth. At that time our students were using the online bite-size video explainers to bridge conceptual gaps if they didn’t want to wait for the rest of the class to be ready. Zachary was agreeable to give this format a shot. The rest is history.

Since then, Zachary took on 2 sessions of onsite classes every week, watching and listening to the concept explainers during recess in the library and the hour-long commute from St Patrick’s School to the centre at Jurong East. Onsite, he devour the accompanying worksheet sets that comes with the online portal and grab the tutor to clarify his doubts.

Covering two major topics weekly help him grow his confidence. He was finally able to wean from the memorising-method he so dreaded in school and achieved C5 for his prelims.

The bigger shock for his mum (and the tutor) was his decision to drop another subject requiring very heavy coursework within the first month to focus on POA. It was then we learn that he dreaded POA so much prior that it was either that subject or POA he would drop to concentrate his energies.

With other commitments in the revision calendar, Zachary had to reduce the lesson frequency to once a week from September, relying on the MPOA online course and consultations with tutor. The GCE O level results yielded an A2 for POA for Zachary. And a very happy parent.

Not too shabby for a short runway and an over-stretched schedule.


Proof in the Pudding

Our online course has been classroom-tested since 2018, designed specifically for the online, self-paced learners. Not a Covid-19 after-thought or response.

I also want to let you know that in attempt to help my son, my hubs watched the videos as well and he said your explanation is very clear. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป My hubs is not the type who is easily impressed. ๐Ÿ˜€
Mdm Eng
Mom of X, Student with Special Needs.
May 2021
..prior to your coaching, Z had wanted to give up on POA but now he’s aiming to use POA as one of the subject for L1R5 computation coz he now felt it would be easy to score! thanks for your help! He passed! F9 to C5 (58.5) in just 1 month with you! Our paths should have crossed earlierโ€ฆ than maybe an A? ๐Ÿคž๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™
Mrs Chia
Mom of Zachary Chia, St Patricks Secondary 2019


Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Our program covers the basics from scratch. You will get on the student

Yes, you can. Each topic cost between 1 – 3 Academic Units (AUs), reflecting the number of lessons needed to cover that topic adequately. Please see the table for the cost of each topic.

The length of each video is not evenly distributed. Some topics take 3 lessons (e.g financial ratios) for coverage and is content heavy with explanation and examples. Other topics take 20mins (like correction of errors) to teach the main concepts and much heavier on practice, quizzes and consults.

This is correct. Our naming of the topics are more exam focussed with heavy markers having their own module and theory/self-study type of questions tested in quizzes and smaller ebooks. For example, in chapter 8, we name the topic Bank Reconciliation as it carries the heaviest marks compared to the small subtopics on Internal control which is more heavy on theory and can be self studied or get revised through doing papers.

In this case, our topic is named ‘Bank reconciliation’ instead of ‘Cash’ as named in the textbook. Other notable chapter differences:

1. Trade receivables and trade payables are combined as a chapter in the recordings as they are mirror imaged ledgers and better taught together.
2. The Allowance for Impairment on Trade Receivable is a Level 5 concept and is taken as a core module on its own in our recordings but it’s nested under trade receivables in the textbook.

Certainly. Our consultation hours is offered to students who purchase the online course as as an addon. You will be given a private room with your name and private room key where you can upload your questions before the session and we dive right into clearing your doubts over the consultation session. Kindly reach out to us for availability, schedule and pricing for this addon.

You can contact us directly via the whatsapp button for payment option. On receipt of payment, we will arrange a time onboard you via a video call and guide you through using the portal. This process will be automated from Q1 2022 as we upgrade our system post GCE O/N level Principles of Accounts exams.

Yes. You can make a small top up to upgrade your plan. Contact us to calculate the difference and decide thereafter :)

In e-learning terms, the difference is that online tuition is a synchronous learning format and an online course is in an asynchronous learning format.

Synchronicity means doing something at the same time, and with learning, it’s no different.

During an online POA tuition session, a group of students is engaged in learning at the same time. There is real interaction with other students. For that, they should be in the same physical classroom, or at the same online environment, such as in a web-platform with real-time interaction with other students.

If synchronous learning takes place at the same time, asynchronous learning refers to the opposite. The tutor and the learner, are not engaged in the learning process at the same time. There is no real-time interaction with other students.

In terms of the breathe and depth of concepts coverage, worked examples and exam tips, considerable effort and resources have been invested to provide the same, effective learning experience and results for students learning via our MPOA online course or POA online tuition.