The only one in Musashino City! Complete individual tutoring school

Conveniently located 30 seconds walk from Musashisakai Station! You can go to the cram school in 30 seconds from the NONOWA exit! Musashino Individual Tutoring School is conveniently located 30 seconds walk from Musashisakai Station. So there is no need to worry about getting to and from the cram school. Bicycle parking is also available close to the school, so you can also commute to the school by bicycle. Musashino Tutoring School, located next to Musashi Sakai Station, is a third station where you can go right after school or from home.

Musashino Individual Tutoring School

Conveniently located a minute’s walk from Musashi Sakai Station on the JR Chuo Line. You can commute right from Mitaka, Kichijoji, Musashi Koganei, Higashi Koganei, Kokubunji, Nishi-Kokubunji, Shinkoganei, Tamaro, Chofu, Tanashi, Musaoseki, Higashifushimi, etc. It is also 17 minutes from Shinjuku! If you live in Musashino or are thinking about taking junior high school entrance exams, high school entrance exams, university entrance exams, graduate school entrance exams, adult entrance exams, or lifelong education at schools in Musashino, Musashino Individual Tutoring Juku is the best choice for you as it provides personalised guidance to each individual. Musashino Tutoring School provides full support for both children and families. What kind of school is Musashino Tutoring School? When asked, we answer. ‘It’s a school where you want to come and study even if you don’t have exams or tests.’ And.

Three Promises of Musashino Individual Tutoring School

At Musashino Tutoring School, we make three promises to parents and students. The following is an explanation of the features of Musashino Individual Tutoring School, which are the differences between Musashino Individual Tutoring School and gakushu-juku or group tutoring schools, as well as between Musashino Individual Tutoring School and general individual tutoring schools.

(1) Complete individual tutoring (1:1)

In so-called general tutorial tutoring schools, one teacher takes care of two students at the same time. Although it is called individual tutoring, the reality is that it is actually 1:2 tutoring: in 1:2 tutoring, while one student is being taught, the other student has to study on his/her own (in many tutoring schools, the students are allowed to study on their own under the excuse that they are solving exercises). (Many tutoring schools allow students to do self-study under the excuse that they are having them solve exercises). Also, when explaining or explaining to students, it is impossible to concentrate on the explanation or explanation considering the timing of moving on to the other student doing exercises (self-study), and the explanation or explanation must be as compact as an explanation in a reference book. By all means, teaching two students alternately without giving up at some point is physically impossible.

After all, in a one-to-two tutoring school, even if a student is attending a 90-minute class, he or she is practically in contact with the instructor for only half of that time (45 minutes), with the other half spent studying on his or her own. And even during that precious half of the tutoring time, it is difficult to concentrate on teaching one student at a time because you are teaching two students, and explanations and commentaries must be limited to reading out of a reference book. In addition, there is a strong illusion in Japan that students can achieve if they work hard.

Many cram schools impose a uniform Kintarame-style study method on students rather than seeking a study method tailored to each student. In fact, the majority of tutoring schools do not have a solid educational method or policy for children with developmental disorders such as dyslexia, autism, Asperger’s syndrome, learning disabilities and ADHD, which is a problem for about one in 15 Japanese children, or those on the borderline of these disorders.

In contrast, at Musashino Tutoring School, we spend the entire class time with each student, giving 90 minutes of our full attention to the student, worrying together, thinking together and finding answers. There is a study, memory, and solution method that suits each student. The professional teacher will find this out in the interaction with the student. In this way, instead of just teaching a general way of solving a problem, the students themselves learn the study method that is easiest for them to learn, and, moreover, they are able to teach and think through the problem until they are able to solve it from scratch using the most suitable way of thinking.

Unlike most tutoring schools, half of the class is not almost entirely self-study, but rather, during the class, we work together with the student on their problems and face them until they really understand. We do not end the lesson with a monotonous explanation of the same level as the explanation of a reference book. We will earnestly search out the most suitable study method and solution method for each student on a one-to-one basis, working closely with them.

(2) Timely teaching reports and telling you what your child shows you at home and outside of school.

At Musashino Tutoring School, class reports are sent to parents by email on the same day that classes are held. As a third press connecting school and home, we do this because we want to convey new aspects of our students that they do not show at school or at home. We inform parents about today’s teaching and other small changes in their children and also serve as a link between what the students themselves cannot tell their parents and what the parents cannot tell their children.

(3) Cultivate the ability to think for oneself

There are more or less different examination techniques for university, high school and junior high school entrance examinations. The most important difference between cram schools and ordinary school classes is that cram schools, including preparatory schools, teach such techniques for entrance examinations.

It is natural that this is an essential aspect of cram schools. However, if the cram school focuses only on examination techniques and fails to nurture the essential ability to think, even if the student succeeds in passing the examinations, he or she may have various problems later on. People often say, “I succeeded in taking the junior high school entrance examination, but I am worried about my grades at school”, or “I passed the high school entrance examination, but I haven’t prepared for the university entrance examination at all”. If you focus only on passing the entrance examinations, this can have a detrimental effect. At Musashino Tutoring School, we provide guidance on examination techniques but do not stop there. We also cultivate the enjoyment of learning, the ability to think logically, and the ability to collect and edit information on your own.

Classes that make children love English, maths and Japanese

We provide education that nurtures children’s strengths in English, mathematics and Japanese, which they tend to have difficulty with, and does not make them feel that they are not good at English, mathematics or Japanese. The younger your child is, the harder it will be for them to overcome their weaknesses once they have them. Therefore, it is necessary to learn retrospectively and dispel the sense of difficulty at the stage where the child feels “I’m a little bit bad at this”. At Musashino Tutoring School, we have our own know-how of learning methods that do not make students feel that they are not good at something (for example, we use easy-to-understand methods such as getting students who like pocket monsters interested in English, mathematics and world history through pocket monsters and making learning interesting, as well as other specialised (e.g. methods that are more specialised).

Of course, it is more likely that they are already struggling. Parents and children may have experienced that the difficult vocabulary of English grammar made them dislike learning English. The same applies to mathematics. I am sure that everyone, even those with a science background, has had the experience of getting fed up with memorising formulas and the many mathematical equations that appear. Many people have the misconception that studying Japanese will not improve their grades. Japanese has nothing to do with how much you read or how good your reading sense is. There is a way of thinking and a way of solving the examinations in all subjects. At Musashino Tutoring School, we have teaching know-how based on knowledge of early childhood education and clinical developmental psychology, original textbooks and methods for learning English, mathematics and Japanese in a fun way (we can also help children with problems such as developmental disorders and ADHD).

Aiming for a higher grade through the Comprehensive Type Selection Entrance Examination (AO Examination) and the Recommendation Entrance Examination (School Recommendation Type Selection).

The school also places emphasis on the liberal arts, fostering logical thinking skills such as logical thinking and critical thinking that can be used in essays and in preparation for the comprehensive selection entrance examination (AO entrance examination) and the recommendation entrance examination (school recommendation selection), as well as cultivating an education that is broadly applicable to all studies. At Musashino Tutoring School, guidance is basically provided by a philosopher who left the doctoral course at Waseda University Graduate School and is currently studying British history at Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of Sociology. Please take liberal arts subjects as well as essay and comprehensive selection entrance examinations, as you can also learn how to solve Japanese (modern Japanese) and further nurture your child’s humanity at the same time.

Overwhelmingly strong in junior high school and high school entrance examinations!

Musashino Individual Tutoring School is overwhelmingly strong in junior high school entrance examinations (junior high school entrance examinations) and high school entrance examinations (metropolitan and public school entrance examinations). We have a proven track record of getting students to pass by raising their deviation values to double scores in metropolitan schools, from measures against original problems to guidance in practising past examinations in public schools.

We can help you to pass the entrance examinations for metropolitan high schools such as Tachikawa High School, Kunitachi High School, Hachioji Higashi High School, Nishi High School, Aoyama High School, Toyama High School and Hibiya High School, as well as for special schools such as Kokubunji High School, Shinjuku High School and Kokusai High School, and for general metropolitan schools such as Okutama High School and Musashino-Kita High School. Please leave the preparation for entrance examinations to us. We also have strengths in preparation for nearby Musashino University Junior and Senior High Schools, Seitoku Gakuen Junior and Senior High School, Kichijo Girls’ Junior and Senior High School, Seikei Junior and Senior High School and Meisei Gakuen Junior and Senior High School.

Commit to the results of Eiken preparation! 100% success rate.

The Eiken preparation courses are taught by a former Nomura Securities professional with experience in overseas negotiations and working with regions around the world and a teacher with Eiken Level 1 certification! So far, we have helped students from primary school to the second grade of junior high school who were not good at English to achieve a perfect score on the written and second tests in preparation for Eiken Level 3 and Eiken Level 2. For high school students and above, we have a track record of having students pass the EIKEN Level 2 test in about three months from a state of almost no understanding of English. Naturally, for high school second-year students and above, we have produced students who have passed Eiken Level 1 and Eiken Level 1.

For more information on Eiken, see the article on the other, but obtaining Eiken Level 1 is the fastest way to pass Waseda-Keio and the most efficient tool in the current examination system, as it is basically the only way to pass the GMARCH level examinations. Why not make good use of the Eiken by obtaining Eiken Level 2 as well as Eiken Level 1? The school’s professional Japanese teachers, including a vice-principal who is also a researcher of British history and a principal who has worked at Nomura Securities and other companies with native-like pronunciation and fluency in English, will provide full support for success in a short period of time.

Of course, we also prepare junior high school students for the Squeaking Test of the Tokyo Metropolitan Entrance Examination, which greatly interests them. In addition, we support students who want to challenge the Eiken and TOEIC examinations, not only for Eiken Level 2 and Eiken Level 1, but also for Eiken Level 1 and TOEIC 990 (perfect score) junior high school students. High school and university students and working adults are welcome to contact us.

We cultivate the ability to exceed passing scores at the University of Tokyo, Kyoto University, Hitotsubashi, Tokyo Institute of Technology and Waseda-Keio and at difficult-to-enter junior high schools and difficult-to-enter high schools.

We teach so that students can hone their ability to think logically and express themselves and obtain a score of 100 points, not just casually, but with a ‘clear rationale’. Japanese is a subject that tends to be said to be “the amount of reading”, “a grounded mind”, “can be solved somehow”, “no need to study”, or “no results even if you study”, but at Musashino Tutoring School, we have students firmly learn how to solve Japanese (techniques and royal road school solving methods), eliminate unevenness in scores for Japanese, and help them to pass the junior high school and high school examinations.

The school also provides guidance so students can consistently score 80-90% in the junior high and high school entrance examinations. Of course, in university entrance examinations, we thoroughly teach students how to solve Japanese so that they can get at least 80% in questions at the Hitotsubashi, Tokyo Tech, Waseda-Keio and GMARCH levels, with the University of Tokyo and Kyoto Universities at the top of the list. The students are taught how to solve problems in Japanese so that they can get at least 80%.

In this way, we eliminate the variation in examination results that have occurred in the past. Japanese is a subject in which, in extreme cases, a perfect or near-perfect score can be obtained every time without irregularity. By firmly establishing Japanese language skills, students can also develop their reading comprehension skills in English, social studies and mathematics, as well as in logical thinking and writing, thereby raising the level of all subjects.

Please quit aiming for Nitto-Komassen-level universities.

Musashino Tutoring School is to bring out the maximum potential of students for those who are considering taking the university entrance examination. At Musashino Tutorial School, we have the know-how and experience to help students pass the entrance examinations of Tokyo University, Kyoto University, Hitotsubashi University, the former imperial universities (Hokkaido University, Tohoku University, Nagoya University, Osaka University, Kyushu University, etc.), Waseda-Keio, and GMARCH from a deviation score of 30 in the spring of their third year in high school.

Of course, it is OK to take a university with a deviation lower than Nitto-Komassen or Nitto-Komassen as a stopgap, but please do not set your sights on a university at the level of Nitto-Komassen (of course, if that is your first choice, we will do our best to support you). (Of course, if that is your first choice, we will do our best to support you.) If you have one year, you can surely pass into a university with one or two ranks higher. Musashino Tutoring School will do its utmost to support you in this.

Self-study rooms are available for independent study.

Students can study on their own after school or before tests. Self-study rooms are available. Independent study is also possible. You are also welcome to ask questions to the teachers during self-study. Please use the school as a third space in addition to home and school. The self-study room also has more than 1,000 textbooks for junior high school, high school, university and postgraduate examinations, as well as for Chinese, mathematics and English examinations and TOEIC preparation.

We gently support the backs of students with problems such as refusal to attend a school or developmental disabilities!

Musashino Tutoring School, the only one of its kind in Musashisakai City, gently supports the backs of students with problems such as refusal to go to school and developmental disorders. Can’t tidy up!” I can’t concentrate! I can’t express my feelings!” The school helps students with these problems to become more independent and to make up for any learning delays they may have had. We also deliver education that goes beyond school education. Counselling is also provided by an active university professor who graduated from the doctoral course at Ochanomizu University and the Faculty of Education and Humanities at Jumonji University.


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Supervisor. Ryo Miyagawa
Profile. M.A. in Philosophy, Graduate School of Letters, Waseda University; PhD in Philosophy, Graduate School of Letters, Waseda University. Member of the Japanese Society of Ethics While studying Kantian philosophy at the Graduate School of Letters, Waseda University, he has been involved in a wide range of research, including psychoanalysis, sports science, literature and psychology.

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology

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