Chi Lung Sir

  • Founder & Education Director of NexTop Academy
  • IGCSE / GCSE / GCE / IAL / IB Chemistry
  • IGCSE / GCSE Physics & Biology
  • NASS for University of Cambridge
  • Zoom Tutorial / Face to Face Tutorial in Prince Edward, HK

Chi Lung Sir graduated from the Department of Chemistry, the University of Hong Kong. He attained a perfect score of 30/30 in HKCEE. As an expert full- time tutor in chemistry and science, Chi Lung Sir has over 20 years experiences in teaching IGCSE / GCSE / GCE / IAL / IB / DSE mathematics and sciences. He offers numerous past papers and exercises for practice, and efficient paper-marking services via WhatsApp. Whether you are a top-notch student who would like to achieve excellence, or you are lagging behind and need professional guidance, he is the best option for anyone who pursues academic excellence.

His local students are from Diocesan Boys’ School, Diocesan Girls’ School, Wah Yan, Ying Wa, La Salle, St. Paul Convent, St. Paul’s Co-Ed, St. Joseph’s, Marymount, Choi Kai Yau, Wong Kam Fai, King George V, ShaTin College, Renaissance College, Island School, VSA, German Swiss, Harrow, Yew Chung, etc.

His oversea students are from famous school in UK, such as Cardiff Sixth Form College, Oxford International College, Concord College, Brighton College, Tonbridge School, Bromsgrove School, Cheltennarm Ladies’ College, Headington School, Charterhouse, etc. And there are some from Germany boarding schools, such as International School OWL.

His students have been mostly admitted to Medicine, Dentist, Veterinary and medicine related subjects (Pharmacy, Physoitherapy), and they have been mostly admitted to leading universities, such as Oxbridge, Imperial, UCL, LSE, UCLA, UChicago, NUS, HKU.

Approximately 40% of his GCE A-Level students are successfully admitted to medical schools in different universities in the year of 2020-2022.

In 2024, approximately 30% of the A-Level students have received conditional offers for the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program at the University of Hong Kong.