This technique is suitable for kids who...

=> Are between the ages of 9 to 12.

=> Have short attention span and need to be nagged at just to sit at the study table.

=>Can't seem to absorb (or remember) things as well, even with tuition.

If your child fits the descriptions, see what other parents have to say about this technique...

Ms Jenny remarked that her daughter became more confident after expanding her vocabulary


Ms Rani is looking forward to her son's next composition where he's certain he would top the class


Ms Cindy noticed that her daughter became more vocal and would even interact more with her at home


Ms Cheryl is delighted that her son is optimistic about his PSLE after learning some tactics that are not taught in school


Ms Chin Lee is relieved that her son manages his own work and she doesn't have to worry about him after a tiring day at work


There's a reason why the "Rider & Horse technique" is able to help students learn much faster than school or tuition.

Sigmund Freud, a respected neurologist and one of the most influential figures in psychology, developed a model for the mind. Simply put…

There’s a part of the mind that functions like a rider and a part that functions like a horse

horse rider

The rider is the rational part of the mind. The part we can control directly. When we organise our thoughts and decide what actions to take, it’s the rider at work.

The horse, on the other hand, is the part of the mind that is driven by instincts and desires. It craves for pleasure. And it doesn’t listen to logic or reason.

The rider is in charge of controlling the horse. And when he’s able to do it well, the horse becomes an extension of his power.

horse rider

But problems come when the horse is too powerful (and poorly trained) and the rider isn’t strong enough to control it. Almost every bad decision a person makes is a result of this.

When a thief steals from someone, it’s because his horse overpowers his rider. When a driver beats a red light and endangers others on the road, it’s because his horse overpowers his rider.

horse rider

Whenever the horse overpowers the rider, the rider isn't strong enough to control the tougher horse. Thus, the horse gets his way (the person acts on impulse) and the rider isn't able to play his role (get the person to act on reason) even though the rider knows what's the right action.

This is the main reason why your child isn't motivated to do his homework. Or study. Or eat his vegetables. Or basically do the things you want him to do. The rational rider in his mind knows that you're right. He knows what he should do. But the horse in his mind doesn't allow him to do it.

However, the horse isn't always the bad guy. In fact...

The horse has proven to be more useful than the rider

And here’s where it gets interesting.

Because the horse doesn’t only determine behavioural impulses but also involuntary physical and mental impulses. This is the exact reason why the horse is extremely beneficial when we can train it properly.

The tricky thing is, it’s hard to train the horse. Almost everything we learn is rational and goes straight to the rider in the mind. This is especially true for children.

Lessons in school? Rational.

Homework exercises? Rational.

Learning from parents or a tutor? Rational.

From parents to teachers to tutors, everybody is focused on training the rational rider in your child’s mind. But your child doesn’t need more training for the rider.

He needs more training for the horse. So that it doesn’t overpower the rational part of his mind. So that the stronger engine of the horse can be harnessed to make him perform even better than others of the same level.

And we have discovered 5 games that use the "Rider & Horse technique" perfectly.

What games?

Game 1

In this game, your child will learn:

==> How to write a story that makes him stand out (After this, your child’s English teacher will eagerly look forward to reading his next composition… even if he has a “doctor’s handwriting”)

==> The fancy art of using an idiom or proverb to emphasise a point… This is not only impressive in compositions but also when speaking to others. (Even other parents will be impressed by your child's way of expressing certain ideas)

Game 2

In this game, your child will learn:

=> The secret “Library of knowledge” strategy that will make your child seem very well-read to others. (If he does this well, his friends might call him a “walking wikipedia” and your friends might call him "very knowledgeable and matured for his age.")

=> Quick wit skills that will make your child appear more knowledgeable and persuasive even if he’s not always 100% correct (A very useful skill for presentations)

=> How to leverage on others to expand his vocabulary. He’ll learn a plethora of new words (like plethora) and know how to use them naturally in speech and writing.

Game 3

In this game, your child will learn:

=> 1 ridiculously simple exercise that will instantly make your child recall all his keywords just before a test (It takes barely 2 minutes to do this mentally and he can even do it while waiting for the teacher to distribute the test paper)

=> 18 words to prepare before any composition test that will instantly impress the marker... and how to use these 18 words correctly. (Your child doesn’t even need to know what the "compo questions" are beforehand)

=> What lawyers know about quick comebacks that most people don’t know (This will not only help your child produce solid arguments for compositions but also be a fast thinker in difficult situations)

Game 4

In this game, your child will learn:

=> The “Pokemon” memory technique that will make your child vividly remember every important keyword for his exam… even if he has a horrendous memory now (One student of the course could never remember keywords for Science but after learning this technique, he now calls himself a memory guru)

=> The “Sweet wrapper” technique that will transform even the most boring subject into something your child won’t mind learning. (This prevents him from getting restless while studying)

Game 5

In this game, your child will learn:

==> How to spot hidden meanings in any comprehension passage.(This will be so clear to your child, he wouldn’t even need to “read between the lines”)

==> The #1 easiest way to understand confusing terms… whether it’s a scientific terminology or just a bombastic English word

==> A little-known strategy that will make sure your child never “blanks out” during an exam (This will save both time and marks)

Contact us to find out more about how these 5 games can help your child learn better.

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During the debriefs for the 5 games, we will also touch on:

  • How to use context to understand words or phrases you’ve never heard before (It can be embarrassing at times to be the only one who doesn’t understand what’s going on. This tactic will make your child never feel that way again)

  • The “Fast and Furious” tactic to drive through any exam paper. (Never again will your child leave blanks in his paper because he doesn’t have enough time)

  • A Math HOD’s secret to solving any tough question - Her own teachers use this technique   (But they don’t teach it in school)

  • The confidential reason why teachers sometimes give you less marks than your friends… even if your answers are better (And how to never get the short end of the stick)

  • 7 mistakes most students make when preparing for a test… and how to avoid them    (Your child will jump 1 grade up by just avoiding 4 of these)

  • The “Jigsaw shortcut” to turn any essay into a model essay that’s graded A for sure   (Has the teacher ever asked your child’s classmates to read his composition? Now your child might get this experience)

  • 2 weird study drills I noticed while teaching a top IP student (He’s guaranteed a place in Raffles JC and he hasn’t even taken his PSLE yet. These are the 2 study drills he swears by)

  • The 1 thing every oral examiner is looking out for  (Once they spot this, they’ll immediately put your child in the top band of students)

  • Why “Practice makes perfect” is horrible advice… and what to do instead    (A lumberjack should not constantly practise how to use his axe to cut a tree. He should learn how to use a chainsaw instead)

  • 1 tradition started by college students in the US that allows them to learn more from each other than what the lecturer teaches (Another reason why having the right group of friends is important)

  • Why reading the textbook before exams is a big mistake... and what to do instead

  • A vetting practice that reduces 99% of careless mistakes (A lot of marks are lost in exams due to careless mistakes. This will give your child 99% of those marks back)

  • How to zone in on the specific answer to always get the mark. Once you master this, even the most fussy teachers will accept your answers    (90% of students miss the mark occasionally. Here’s what the other 10% know)

  • The “Carnival challenge” that brings out your child’s hidden problem spotting and problem solving skills (Useful for school and life)

  • How to understand the dynamics of any group of people and fit in well - This is great for group projects   (Or any social setting for that matter)

  • “Reading books vs XXXXX” Why most teachers are wrong when they recommend reading books… and what to do instead (Hint: This improves your grammar and vocabulary so much faster than reading books)

After learning all of these, Ms Radhika realised her son regained his former consistency in grades... even though the standards got higher


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Ms Karen observed that her daughter who was going through a "rebellious phase," started to become more matured


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What if I give this course a pass?

The truth is, nothing will happen.

You will lead your life the way it has always been. Your child will lead his or her life the way it has always been. And if that's good enough for you, then that's all that matters.

But in the mean time, we'll be grooming other children to become young elites. They will learn things they can’t learn in school. Things that will unlock the potential that’s hidden within them and make them better than their friends of the same age.

And it will be my pleasure to see these young elites all the way through - until they reach success even beyond school.

Do I want your child to join us?

Yes. I truly do.

My Young Elites team is grooming the leaders of tomorrow. We're nurturing the elites of a new generation.

If your child has the potential to be part of this elite group, then he must definitely start here. The friends he will make during the course will want to meet him too.

But the decision is yours to make.

The good thing is, you don’t have to make a decision right now.

Get in touch and ask any questions you may have before making the decision.

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