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Transition from Secondary to Junior College is demanding and challenging for many students. Our programme provides support to propel our students towards 'A' levels to achieve distinctions.
We offer programmes for GCE 'A' level H1/H2 Mathematics syllabus.
Topic Outline H2 Mathematics

Functions

Graphs and transformations

Equations and inequalities

Sequences and series

Basic properties of vectors in two or three dimensions

Scalar and vector products in vectors

Threedimensional vector geometry

Complex numbers expressed in cartesian form

Complex numbers expressed in polar form

Differentiation

Maclaurin series

Integration techniques

Definite integrals

Differential equations

Probability

Discrete random variables

Normal distribution

Sampling

Hypothesis testing

Correlation and Linear regression
Each topic includes:

Comprehensive revision notes

Tutorials on questions on different level of difficulties.

Challenging revision questions
Each term includes:

Topical revision Papers

Mock Exam/Test Papers
Students will:

develop the ability to recognise similar type of questions

learn the technique to comprehend exam questions and solve accordingly

acquire the logical reasoning skill to solve questions

recognise and apply Mathematical techniques accordingly in exam questions
Course Content
9758 H2 Mathematics 2020 Alevel Examination Syllabus
Paper 1
Duration: 3 hours
Number of questions: 10 to 12 questions of different lengths and marks based on the Pure Mathematics section of the syllabus
There will be at least two questions on application of Mathematics in realworld contexts, including those from sciences and engineering.
Each question will carry at least 12 marks and may require concepts and skills from more than one topic.
Candidates will be expected to answer ALL questions
Marks: 100
Weighting: 50%
Paper 2
Duration: 3hours
Consist of Section A and B
Section A (Pure Mathematics  40 marks)
Number of questions: 45 questions of different marks and length.
Section B (Probability and Statistics  60 marks)
Number of questions: 68 questions of different marks and length.
There will be at least two questions in Section B on application of Mathematics in realworld contexts, including those from sciences and engineering.
Each question will carry at least 12 marks and may require concepts and skills from more than one topic.
Candidates will be expected to answer ALL questions
Marks: 100
Weighting: 50%
2019 GCE A level Result
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