Ngo and Sons is a wonderful learning environment with an extremely supportive and talented network of teachers who genuinely care for their students. From attending this centre, a huge improvement has been shown in my school marks and I have developed a renewed interest in math as a result of the positive teaching methods. This supplementation has both enhanced my understanding at school, giving me confidence and also helped me build my moral integrity with the constant encouragements from our teacher.
– Fiona Guo, Baulkham Hills

I've had an incredible experience pursuing my mathematical career thus far, but even more so with Ngo and Sons. I have learnt to approach questions with different methods through rigorous training in a fast-paced atmosphere where everybody is motivated to learn, equipping me with the necessary mathematical techniques and tools that are ready to be used from my arsenal in an exam. Aside from understanding mathematics in clean and clear-cut ways, Ngo and Sons has also taught me to discipline myself, to be humble, and to work hard. I cannot thank Ngo and Sons enough, and hope to teach here one day, passing the knowledge that I have gained onto future generations. I have not succeeded yet, let alone graduate from year 12, but I will try very hard, and get there
– Alex Zeng, Parramatta High School

I've almost finished year 12 and my years tutoring at Ngo & Sons and to be reflecting back is such a strange thing to do. But looking back holistically, whilst there were periods when I detested going tutoring and all the work that made me miss out on small social events and such, retrospectively, they seem so trivial. Whilst, Ngo & Sons has taught me a myriad of mathematical techniques, logical ways to approach questions and such, that schools often fail to do succinctly and clearly, it is the values which are integral to the Centre which really set it apart. I remember, quite amusingly, how assiduously I would complete my work and prepare for exams in my junior years, but it is these integral values of respect, hard work and discipline which were imbued into me at a young age which has clearly benefitted my study habits in older years; these being the most difficult to change. In senior years, the hilarious classes filled with anecdotal stories, bad jokes and encouragements are balanced with intensive exam-style preparation, which really foster an environment conducive to inspiring confidence and personal growth.
– Euginia Wu, Sydney Girls High School.

As a student of almost five years, I can honestly say that I owe so much to this place, and not just in regards to my grades and schooling. All the tutors at Ngo and Sons place a huge amount of emphasis on traditional family values - values that can easily be forgotten or overlooked as you grow up. As a teenager, it's hard to imagine your parents as anything other than your parents, so you often take what they do for granted. But here, you're constantly reminded of the sacrifices they make. Here, the tutors can somehow always find a way to link everything back to the importance of family. Of course, I can accredit a number of my academic achievements to the centre, but I'd also like to say that this place did a lot in shaping who I am as a person - and I'm so incredibly grateful
– Laura Bui, Hurlstone Agricultural High School.

Mathematics was always a difficult subject for me, the concepts were hard to grasp and abstract. However, not only is ngo and sons a tutoring centre where I gained a greater understanding of maths but it was also a place where I learnt to be a better person. The staff and teachers are devoted to improving your mathematics abilities with the classes well run and organized and I am eternally grateful to ngo and sons for what they have done for me
– Benjamin Dang, Sydney Boys High School

I started tutoring at Ngo and Sons because of all the incredible compliments I heard about it, and from my experience they were all absolutely true. The teachers there all have a genuine intention of bringing their student’s marks up and getting them ahead at school. They have an extensive knowledge on the requirements to achieve the highest marks at all levels. Apart from the subjects they teach, I have also learnt the importance of respect and manners as well as the worth of hard work. I am able to seek help whenever needed, and the help is always given. This tutoring centre definitely does not revolve around their own personal gain but instead focus on their students which is why I enjoy learning from it so much.
– Anh Nguyen, Prairiewood High School

Looking back at the time that I have spent at the centre from year 7, up until the final years of high school has definitely served to be a rewarding experience. Not only gaining the skills needed to excel in both maths and english, but I have also gained along the way invaluable advice about what is to come during one’s lifetime. The concept to teaching values such as family, respect and trust allow one to grow at the time at Ngo and Sons, and this is what allows them to stand out from the other tuition centres. I got to owe it to all the teachers that I have had from my time, to allowing me to develop as an individual and in my academic studies, bringing about my hopes and dreams for the future one step closer. If I could go back and relieve this whole experience again, I would, and I definitely wouldn’t change anything about it. It is one of those moments you look back on and words can’t express how grateful you are, so thank you for everything that has come as a result of this centre.
– Rebecca Pecovski, Hurlstone Agricultural High School

As a student at Ngo and Sons in the past five years, I have learnt so much more than I ever thought possible. Apart from all the mathematical formulae and the plethora of texts that I have learnt, Ngo and Sons has taught me `why I study' which I believe is the most important thing to motivate students through their school years and through life. One lesson in year 8, my teacher told the class "you study for three people: your dad because you carry his name, your mum because she looks after you when you're sick and your teacher because I am the one who cries with you if you fail." It is his words to this day that have inspired me to try my hardest in everything I do because I want to make my parents and my teacher proud in order to show them how much I appreciate everything they do for me. The teachers at Ngo and Sons are strict and demanding but more than that, they are passionate, kind and have an honest desire to give their best to each and every one of their students. I aspire to be like them one day, sharing my knowledge with others and striving to be the best person I can be.
– Jennifer Ma, Sefton High School

I entered Ngo and Sons quite late into my high school life. I remember sitting the entrance exam extremely nervous that I was not intelligent enough to get into this centre. I found out upon entering that this was not the case. They didn't choose the brightest or the smartest kids but rather chose average kids and taught them to work hard in order to be where they are today. I saw that the teachers were passionate and confident which reassured me that I was in the hands of good teachers that in turn motivated me to do better in my studies. Ngo and Sons didn't just teach me how to do well in a maths exam but also taught me to adapt good manners, respect and discipline which are highly valued in everyday life. Staff members are always willing to help their students when in need even beyond lessons which was extremely helpful for me as a struggling student. This is what differentiates Ngo and Sons from other tutoring centres. I cannot thank them enough for what they have done for me whilst I was a student here.
– Julie Chia, Canley Vale High School

Having just received my results for the HSC, I realised that I owe a lot of my success to my experience at Ngo and Sons. Apart from their profound ability to teach difficult concepts in an succinct, logical manner, which has undoubtedly helped me in HSC Maths, it is the values that they imprint upon students that I think has been the greatest contribution to it's well known success. From learning Pythagoras' theorem to projectile motion, the teachers are always there to remind us about the importance of learning and studying. Ngo and Sons has taught me not only how to do well in exams, but to do well in life, and that I am incredibly grateful for.
– Sally Hua, Canley Vale High School

As a Year 12 graduate, I have been reflecting on the many many weekends I have spent at Ngo and Sons, and the aspects of the centre that have motivated me to attend classes throughout my final primary years and all throughout my high school years. One aspect would definitely be the incredible amount of work and dedication put in by every member of staff, helping me improve my performance at school and reach my full potential. In the classroom, teachers aim to condense our understanding of mathematical concepts down to more comprehensible generalisations that will apply to a myriad of questions and hence allow us to tackle the different types of questions we may encounter in exams. Ngo and Sons has also managed to teach students a quality that many school teachers struggle to teach us, a hardworking attitude. Another aspect would be the classroom environment. Teachers are expected to be respected by all students and they encourage every student to respect one another. This recognises that, whilst academic competition is vital for students' continued determination, support and encouragement from peers also actively inspires us to perform to the best of our abilities.
– Alison Duong, Burwood Girls High School

Year 12 was a challenging yet enriching experience. At times it was extremely stressful especially during the moments leading up to exams. Hence, I found it was vital to plan my study schedule ahead of time. Planning helped reduce my stress levels as it ensured I had studied sufficiently before entering any exam. I had also found completing past papers to be an extremely effective method of studying, by completing past papers I was able to learn time management, and expose myself to the different questions that could have potentially appeared in my assessments. Most importantly, reflecting back on my HSC, consistent study was the key to achieving the marks I had wanted, as it ensured I wasn't last minute cramming, and it had also allowed me to find time to enjoy year 12.

Through the support of the teachers and staff at Ngo and Sons, I found myself surpassing my expectations. Learning maths at Ngo and Sons was definitely worthwhile, the theory I had learnt filled the gaps in my knowledge, while the skills I had learnt guided me through my exams. The resources provided at Ngo and Sons were valuable, and I found that through utilising these resources I was able to maximise my potential. The teachers at Ngo and Sons also assisted me in achieved personal significance, helping me to build on my strengths while training me to deal with my weakness. I believe Ngo and Sons provided me with a solid foundation to approach my HSC year, and continued to maximise my success in my HSC year through the support of the teachers and staff.”
– Janet Le, Parramatta High School

I entered Ngo and Sons with a weak ability in mathematics and with little to no interest in mathematics. Even though it was one of my worst subjects in school, I continued to attend Ngo and Sons with the intent to improve myself. My time here has exceeded those expectations as I now have a strong fascination for mathematics, as well as both 3U and 4U mathematics being my highest scoring marks in the HSC”
– Jason Wu - North Sydney Boys High School