Unlike most physics tutors, who avoid displaying their academic certificates (please Google), Mr. Phang has real scientific research experience (DSO National Laboratories from 91-94) and hence understands the importance of evidence.
Mr. Phang's students are thus also real scientists, just like Mr. Phang himself, who "make decisions based on evaluation of evidence" (quotation from physics syllabus 9749).
First Class Honours
National University of Singapore
Innovation Award for Honours Thesis
Faculty of Engineering (NUS)
Singapore Science Centre
Admitted from Catholic High Primary School
Most tutors remember only the schools that they taught at, but not those that they studied that.
Is there any statistical reason why tutors tend to be more forgetful of their alma maters compared to Mr. Phang's former colleagues at DSTA?