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Frequently Asked Questions

Is it an Online Class?

Yes, the classes at the Umonics Method are online. We’ll be able to serve clients in the safety and comfort of their own homes!

Do you offer a free trial class?

No, trial classes are unavailable as of the moment.

May I know more details about the classes?

The classes go term by term, and each term includes 12 lessons. One term runs for three months.

The classes are held once a week, the available schedules are every day of the week except Wednesdays.

How long would each session be?

The duration of the class is 45 minutes each lesson. The maximum number of participants per class is 4 students.

How do we know if my child is progressing?

If you availed the ff: Class Notes and Flashcards will be updated regularly for home revision purposes.

We will give Progress reports monthly to help the parents keep track of their child’s assessment during the lessons.

Do I need to prepare any learning materials?

Each student is required to have a computer/tablet and a stable internet connection.

When has payment needed to be made?

Full payment for the month is to be made before the first session.

My child has a short attention span. Will a group class work?

The Umonics Method does not intend to provide a distinct atmosphere that might cloud or misrepresent the students’ response to the online environment.

Are the teachers from Singapore?

Our teachers are based internationally. We have Singapore teachers as well as teachers from the Philippines.

The head trainer is based in Singapore and oversees the curriculum delivery.

Are the classes paid monthly?

Yes, subscription is set to monthly billing and will recur unless cancelled. We also have yearly options.

Do you have a physical Centre in Singapore?

The Umonics Method did have a physical centre. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, classes are currently being held online to ensure the safety of the students.

Is it similar to Shichida and Heguru?

The Umonics Method teaches memory techniques and strategies, while Shichida and Heguru are for brain stimulation.

What’s the age group for this course?

The Umonics Method is for preschoolers aged 3 to 6 years.

How long should a child take the classes to be effective?

The Umonics Method recommends taking a full term of 12 sessions to ensure the effectiveness of the course.

Are there any make-up classes if the child misses a class on prior notice?

A class is considered fulfilled once the student starts the class. Thus, no makeup class will be provided if the student misses a session regardless of the reason.

However, materials are provided if you availed it, explaining the lessons and flashcards for the student to catch up on the missed session.

How does this program work?

The primary goal is to teach preschoolers memory techniques, just like teaching them to write and read.

Who do I contact if problems arise in class?

A live chat option is available in the bottom-left corner of our website.

Will the online class be recorded?

Yes, each class is recorded for documentation purposes.

How often progress is tracked?

The child’s progress is being checked regularly in each class. The teacher will create a progress report card for each student and will be given to the parents regularly per month.

How many terms are there as part of your programs?

There are four terms in a year, and each term will run for three months.

Is your program payable by CDA?

Our Program is not payable by CDA.

Will the actual class be conducted the same way, such as guessing, memory games, etc.?

The Umonics Method incorporates games to its classes to ensure that the students participate in the class.

Why is your program so expensive?

We understand that the price is important; however, our program has been proven effective quality-wise. Our students and mentors have already set foot in the Singapore Book of Records, consisting of 13 records.

Will the course material be the same for all ages?

The course material and duration of lessons are tailored to the specific age of the student. This ensures that the lessons fit the student’s learning capacity at particular ages.