Paper Title
The Study of E-Learning Solution For Secondary School Students

Abstract
The development of full-fledged e-learning tools in recent years has highlighted its benefits´┐Żno time or space limitations, reduced learning time and cost, and the availability of interactive and diverse materials, making it a suitable option for after-school remedial learning. With this in mind, this study examines the methods needed to help meet consumer expectations after e-learning product purchases.Secondary school students preparing for entrance examinations are generally passive learners, meaning that they may be less motivated to learn through e-learning courses, resulting in an abandonment of e-learning tools. Furthermore, the integrity of e-learning materials has often been questioned regarding the lack of physical learning support mechanisms and poor learning interaction, both of which may contribute to learners´┐Ż poor performance.Based on the results of a user survey, in-depth user interviews outcome. This study has found that e-learning needs a two-pronged learning model that provides highly innovative and customized e-learning services, comprehensive mentoring support mechanisms, and physical learning support environments. Keywords: E-learning, Questionnaire, Depth Interview