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NSW University Student

Mathematics: Year 7 - Year 12 | Chemistry HSC: Year 7 - Year 12 | NAPLAN Mathematics: Year 7 - Year 12

Originally from New Zealand, Shing is currently studying a Bachelor of Engineering and Science with a major in Chemistry. Shing's natural friendliness makes him a popular tutor among secondary Maths and Chemistry students.

Oatley

NSW University Student

Mathematics: Year 7 - Year 12

Cameron completed his Higher School Certificate in 2018, going on to commence his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Western Sydney. He has been privately tutoring since 2018 to students in years 5-12, mostly in Mathematics and Science, and has also tutored his younger siblings in Science, Mathematics and Chemistry. Cameron enjoys helping students become more confident in their abilities and gain an in-depth understanding of subjects.

Dulwich Hill

NSW University Student

Mathematics: Year 7 - Year 12 | Chemistry HSC: Year 7 - Year 12

Joshua completed his Year 12 certificate with an ATAR of 99.55. He is currently studying a Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering (Honours) & Bachelor of Medical Science. Joshua has previous experience tutoring. He focuses on conceptual understanding and encouraging questions to ensure that students feel confident in their learning and abilities so they can reach their potential.

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Our Year 11 Mathematics Standard program covers all relevant outcomes as outlined in the NSW Syllabus. As part of our program, students explore the application of linear relationships and measurement to problems with real-world application. Students also develop an awareness of the relationships between different countries through a study of Earth geometry. An investigation into flat-rate interest, income tax and budgets helps develop a student's ability to make informed financial decisions and to manage personal financial resources effectively. In addition, our program further explores Probability and Statistics including the introduction of new practices.

Our Year 11 Mathematics Advanced program covers all relevant outcomes as outlined in the NSW Syllabus. As part of our program, students investigate graphical relationships of functions and relations. The study of trigonometry is further explored with the introduction of reciprocal functions and special identities. Students gain conceptual understanding of differential calculus by investigating rates of change. Developing mastery of differentiation techniques enables students to solve related problems such as describing the motion of a particle. In addition, our program reviews logarithmic and exponential functions, theoretical and experimental probability and the introduction of discrete probability distributions.

Our Year 11 Mathematics Extension 1 program covers all relevant outcomes as outlined in the NSW Syllabus. As part of our program, students develop algebraic and geometric strategies to solve inequalities. Inverse function and parametric form of a function is defined and applied to solve a range of questions. Students also learn algebraic methods to solve equations of polynomials. Inverse trigonometric functions are examined including their properties and graphs which are applied to a variety of abstract and practical situations. Students gain the necessary practice to develop mastery over complex trigonometric identities. In addition, our program introduces the application of calculus to the physical world including exponential growth and decay and related rates of change. A new area of study, Combinatorics is introduced. Students build skills to solve both permutation and combination questions. This is extended into binomial expansion and Pascal's triangle.

Our Year 11 General Mathematics program covers all relevant outcomes as outlined in the VIC Syllabus. Students build on their practices of earning and managing money, computation and practical arithmetic. We introduce the fundamental skills of working with matrices, graphs and networks and provide practice to help students build mastery. The study of measurement and similarity are further developed for three-dimensional objects. A major application of linear relations is linear programming. Students will learn techniques and processes to find optimal solutions to linear programming problems. Our program explores the statistical investigation process, applications of trigonometry as well as number patterns and recursion.

Our Year 11 Mathematical Methods program covers all relevant outcomes as outlined in the TAS Syllabus. Students examine the properties and graphs of linear, polynomial, inverse, exponential and logarithmic functions. Trigonometric functions are developed to include special identities. Students also learn to select appropriate techniques when working with arithmetic and geometric sequences and their application to financial situations. Investigating instantaneous rates of change helps build a student's conceptual understanding of differential calculus. Developing mastery of differentiation techniques enables students to solve related problems such as describing motion of a particle. The fundamental theory behind probability is expanded to include more complex techniques including conditional probability, independence and combinations.

Learned A Lot

"I learned how to calculate budgeting and expenses to a higher level then which I had previously learned (Year 11 maths)"

Aindreasanya, Mathematics General student, Lindfield NSW

Learned A Lot

"Because i learnt a lot of new things that will help me in my assignment"

Blossom, Mathematics student, Camden NSW

Fun

"Need to change program to fit school, I will be in contact with my school math department to find out the order of topics"

Ares, Mathematics Extension 1 student, Camden NSW

Encouraging

"I enjoyed working with James this afternoon. He took me through some simple to hard questions on algebra questions and made it simple and easy for me to learn the working out and gave positive and helpful feedback on how I can improve :)"

Arjun, Mathematical Methods student, Miami QLD

Learned A Lot

"As I was able to re-learn the basic fundamentals of Math in this session along with revising the content that I have once forgotten"

Yusra, Mathematical Methods student, Sunbury VIC

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