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MySchoolPage is focused on revolutionizing the tutoring process to promote personalized and interactive learning practice among students. We deliver online tuition classes to K-12 students from different grades & curriculum across the world. MySchoolPage is a brand of Net Leisure Industries FZ LLC and is the outcome of our long quest to combine the latest technology in education and great teaching methodologies to promote effective learning. Our unique e-Tutoring methodology, called the MTS, allows us to provide a personalized approach to teaching. We aim to make quality education available to students worldwide.


Mathematics, Physics, English, Chemistry, Hindi, German, French, Spanish


  • Learn from experienced & certified online tutors.
  • custom-made lesson plans.
  • Experience an interactive learning environment.
  • 1-to-1 online tuition classes.
  • Well defined teaching methodology.
  • Get unlimited learning resource & tuition support.
  • Flexible tuition scheduling.
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We offer tutoring and academic guidance in subjects related to:

  •     Maths
  •     Science
  •     English
  •     Commerce
  •     Accountancy
  •     Physics
  •     Chemistry
  •     Biology

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Class 9 - 10 Mathematics Physics English Chemistry
Class 11 - 12 Mathematics Physics English Chemistry
Languages Hindi German French Spanish
Class 6 - 8 Mathematics Physics English Chemistry
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  • Question: Why do we need a constitution?

    Posted in: Political Science | Date: 27/06/2016


    A constitution is not needed by the country, but rather by its population. To understand how and why it is needed, we must harken back to the "olden" Roman times (archaism intentional, purely for stylistic purpose). Rome, like most ancient civilisations, did not have written laws. Whenever there was any dispute, the Senate, formed by the elderly patricians, was called to action. This was a very conservative system, not only were the Senators elderly and not elected, but they were members of the upper class. Their role was to know, interpret and apply "customs" when the dispute must be settled. This was a tremendous power, that they could use almost at whim to assert the privileges of the upper class when patricians and plebeians (the people) were in dispute. But as literacy spread (why do I remember McLuhan so often?), the plebeians came up with the idea that they wanted those "customs" written down. This claim is revolutionary because it implies two things: That the people wanted to know the law they had to obey. Knowing the law gives you, in theory, the power to avoid punishment for breaking it. They didn't want the law to be amended, changed or forgotten as the Senators saw fit. Fixing the law into written form meant to revoke the indiscrimnate jurisprudential power from the Senate. Here it was born the concept of clear separation between legislation and justice. Soon after the "Twelve Tables" were written, plebeians noticed that the laws were very strict and biased against the people. They then started to work towards changing them. Thus we know the two main reasons why written laws are desirable: Known laws can be evaluated as good and bad, noxious or beneficial, and improved or revoked. As the written law supersedes tradition, changes can be effected by editing the text, instead of waiting for the customs to change.

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