Kainetik Math

At Kainetik, our programmes are developed based on one philosophy: We believe that math is a life-long skill, and not just an exam tool, and learning it well at the primary school level equips students with the strong ability to analyse, think critically and make good decisions in life.

It is the focus of our coaches to ensure our students exercise their ‘math’ thinking muscles effectively and develop their interest which will help them do well in primary school math, and serve them in the future.


Teo Kai Meng

Kai Meng founded Kainetik Math with the vision of revolutionizing the mastery of mathematics in Singapore, so that he may help more students to become superior critical thinkers and problem solvers.
With the skills that earned him a master’s degree in pure math and the Lee Kuan Yew Gold Medal from NUS, Kai Meng created the MAX Method for PSLE math, the universal method to solve word problems that won the hearts of many primary school students and their parents.
Together with his Socratic questioning style of coaching, Kai Meng helps his students to make full sense of math, improve their thinking, and master the art of explanation.

Tan Junhong

With 16 years of math tutoring experience, Junhong is definitely a veteran in math coaching. His humorous personality and ability to connect with students makes him very relatable with the students.

He makes learning math fun and engaging, and shows how the subject can be linked to real-life problem solving. One of his passionate pursuits in the coaching of math is to bridge the gap between primary math heuristics and secondary math using the art of explanation and critical thinking.

Eric Liau

As an ex-MOE teacher, Eric brings with him NIE pedagogies and MOE classroom experiences (both Primary and Secondary). Being an administrator, owner and active contributor of multiple online parent support groups, Eric has been generous in dishing out advice, tips and solutions to fellow parents for the last 5 years. His expertise in addressing commonly-asked PSLE Math, English and even Science questions by providing a myriad of strategies and insights to higher-order thinking questions from top schools make him the ‘go-to’ guy for all things PSLE.

With a flair for the languages and Mathematics coupled with the ability to craft questions on the spot to assess mastery, Eric uses stories and analogies to help scaffold and make lengthy problem sums relatable to young children. Students feel energised and inspired to learn under his coaching. As such, thousands of parents and students have reached out to him for mentorship both online and in a face-to-face setting.

Through his guidance, the parents and students find his explanations to particularly tough questions clear and easy to understand.

Grace Yet

Grace is a full-time Maths coach and assessment book author with 14 years of experience.
She specialises in teaching ‘O’ and ‘N’ level Mathematics to students and conducts professional development courses for other maths trainers.
She simplifies complex and abstract maths concepts, which helps her students to remember and apply them. Her students develop interest and confidence in the subject, resulting in significant improvement to their grades.

Kee Hwee Sin

Mrs Kee Hwee Sin is a very patient and approachable Math coach who enjoys making complicated concepts sound easy.
As a MOE scholar, she obtained her Bachelor of Science (Honours) with Diploma in Education in 1998 and was with MOE for more than 15 years. Although her teaching experience upon graduation is mainly in A levels Mathematics, her NIE training equipped her to teach both in the Primary and Secondary levels.
Being interested to help struggling learners, Mrs Kee completed various workshops and courses by DAS Academy, including Certificate in Dyscalculia and Numeracy Teaching.
Apart from regular classes, she conducted crash courses and workshops, locally and overseas.
Her students enjoy attending her lessons as she is able to build positive rapport with students so that they feel comfortable to clarify their doubts.