Additional Maths Tutoring
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There is no fast or quick fix when preparing for exams, even less so for additional mathematics. As most people know, once you fall behind with mathematics it takes a lot of work and effort to catch up. This is why it is important to get a mathematics tutor early in the year so that the tutor can raise and deal with any concerns as early as possible.
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Why is Additional Maths important?
It is true that the importance of maths in school cannot be overstated, yet additional maths is often neglected. Additional maths covers topics such as calculus and statistics, which are not normally covered in the maths syllabus. Additional maths broadens one’s knowledge. It is beneficial to do additional maths as many university courses require mathematics. Admission for courses like engineering, biology, actuarial sciences, and many more require that the learner have passed mathematics at school. It may be surprising to find that subjects like maths and science are also required for entrance into ‘non-science’ courses at university. Therefore, it is very important to check the subject requirements at university before deciding not to take maths. It is also well known that some of the greatest artists were all great mathematicians, being good at maths is many times an indication of someone who can be very creative. Maths is by no means a gift and is something that is taught with time. It takes hard work and effort, ask the people who have studied, and are currently studying, it. Lastly, mathematics is something used every day, how we budget our income, how we pay tax, better ways of saving and investing our money. Taking all of this into consideration we can see that maths and doing well in maths is very important.
Below is a list of admission requirements for South African Universities:
Additional Maths Past Papers.
The best way to prepare for an exam is not only by studying through school work and additional resources like X-kits, instead try out some past papers: