With the third term coming to a close, learning switches to revision and exam preparation. This is possibly the most important time for all students. Lots of key life skills are learnt here such as self discipline, time management, commitment etc. Students need to take control of their own learning and make sure they are exam ready. Don’t panic though, if you are in Durban then we are here to help you with your exam preparation. The different courses we are running for Grade 10 – Grade 12 will go a long way to help you prepare for your exams. Remember, the extra time and effort now will pay off in the end!
The courses below are in date order.
27-30 September | R1700
This workshop is designed to get learners ready for their Grade 11 examinations, remembering that these results will be used to apply for varsity! This one week long workshop will cover each topic of mathematics separately, focusing on consolidating foundational knowledge and then giving learners advanced knowledge into each topic to put them on the road to mastery. Read more
27-30 September | R1590
Covering both Physics and Chemistry in equal parts, we will focus on consolidating foundational knowledge and understanding in each topic and then move onto mastering the more advanced concepts with a view of preparing learners for their important Grade 11 end-of-year exams. Remember, it’s the grade 11 results that are used for initial university applications so it is important for learners to do their best. Read more
5-6 October | R1860
Make sure you are ready for your Grade 12 Mathematics exam. Commit to spending one focussed and high intensity weekend preparing for your exam. This workshop supports learners at getting into the exam mindset and prepares them specifically for exam type questions expected in each paper. Read more
14-18 October | R1910
This workshop will help learners have focussed revision time during the first week of Grade 12 study leave. With learners left to their own devices to get their books out at home and study, they often get distracted. This structured week will not only help prepare learners for their mathematics exam but also to get into a good routine of waking up (boys in particular!) and getting into the revision mind-set. Read more
14-18 October | R1750
Our Grade 12 Physical Science Mastery Workshop, timetabled in the 1st week of study leave for Matrics, is designed to help learners with their final preparations for their Physics and Chemistry Final Exams. Covering both Physics and Chemistry and relevant to both the IEB and DBE syllabus, this workshop will focus on final exam level revision with an emphasis on the topics that learners normally struggle with. The goal is to get learners exam ready so that they can do their best. Read more
26-27 October and 2-3 Nobember | R1330
Grade 10 is the foundation year for success in Matric exams. If learners are succeeding in Grade 10 then it sets them up for future years. Make sure your learners foundational knowledge in Mathematics is strong. Read more
26-27 October and 2-3 Nobember | R1590
Make sure you are ready for your Grade 11 Mathematics exam. Commit to spending two focussed and high intensity weekends preparing for your exams. This workshop supports learners at getting into the exam mindset and prepares them specifically for exam type questions expected in each paper. The Grade 11 Mathematics exam result is used for Varsity applications so it is very important to get the best results. Read more
Online learning manager at Advantagelearn.com. I help manage our systems to provide the best online learning experience for our Students. Besides that I am a passionate Mathematician and enjoy solving students questions on our site.
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