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“The most important thing from Kumon is self-learning skills that help me search and learn things on my own.”

“The most important thing from Kumon is self-learning skills that help me search and learn things on my own.”

Poopae

Mathematics Completer

Subject/s:
Mathematics
Enrollment:
Mathematics

When I was in senior high school, there was an examination for Gifted Math Program which consisted of mathematics and science test. Kumon helped me in mathematics test. To review lesson before the test was not necessary. Kumon well built the foundation to study in the senior high school. Even though the study beyond school grade was not easy, it helps in study at school because we have been through it already. The most important thing from Kumon is self-learning skills that help me search and learn things on my own. Another thing acquired from Kumon is discipline and time management. I can complete the program because I have goal. No matter what the goal is, I strive to achieve it and do our best. That is the drive towards the completion of the program.

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President Kumon Institute of Education Co., Ltd.

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Words of the founder of
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