## Additional Mathematics Tuition

(A Math Tuition/ A Maths Tuition)

for students sitting for 'N' and 'O' Level Examinations

## Is Your Child Facing Problems With A Math?

- No idea what is going on?

- Do not understand the mathematical concepts?

- Not able to catch up with the pace of your school?

- Not producing good results for A math despite trying so hard?

- Do not understand the mathematical concepts?

- Not able to catch up with the pace of your school?

- Not producing good results for A math despite trying so hard?

## Is Additional Mathematics (A Maths/ A Math) so important?

## It's Never Too Late To Seek Help

The A Math tuition/ A Maths Tuition at EduFirst is aimed towards guiding our students towards a systematic and thorough understanding of each topic in the Additional Mathematics syllabus:

- Simultaneous equations in two unknowns
- Quadratic equations and inequalities
- Polynomials and Partial fractions
- Indices and surds, exponential and logarithmic functions
- Binomial expansions
- Modulus functions
- Coordinate geometry in two dimensions
- Trigonometric functions, identities and equations
- Proofs in plane geometry*
- Differentiation and integration

## Do you also know that there are some changes made to the A Math syllabus?

Here are some of the

**main differences between the new (4047) and old (4038) syllabus**:- For Trigonometry, students no longer need to know the Factor Formula or its reverse, the Product Formula. (But for JC H2 Math, the Product Formula is useful in the integration of some trigonometric functions)
- Students no longer need to know the inverse matrix method of solving simultaneous equations.
- *Intercept, Intersecting chord and Tangent-secant theorem are excluded from the new syllabus
- In Power, Exponential, Logarithmic, and Modulus functions, candidates need to learn power functions y = axn where n is a simple rational number, and their graphs
**Sum and differences of cubes in Polynomials**are included in the new syllabus

## What can students expect from the Additional Mathematics (A Math/A Maths Tuition) at EduFirst?

**Systematic Teaching Methodology:**

- Worksheets are paced progressively, eventually preparing our students to meet the demands of the N Level / O level examinations
- Cmommonly made mistakes and traps set by examiners are also highlighted to students so tthat they can avoid them!

## What differentiates EduFirst from the rest of the other A maths/A math tuition centres?

- Experienced A Math tutors to help your child learn A Math in a proper and
**systematic**manner in A math/A maths tuition lessons. **Extremely small class size**(2 - 5 students) so that the A Maths tutors can coach your child individually during A Math tuition/ A Maths Tuition lessons.- They will build a strong foundation and understanding in the Additional Mathematics concepts as the A Math tuition / A Maths tuition lessons are conducted
**progressively**.

## Most importantly, the worksheets and materials used by EduFirst are of the LATEST SYllabus. Teachings by the A Math tutors during A Math/ A Maths tution classes will be highly exam-focused, with special attention paid to developing skills and techniques to tackle the difficult questions.

## Here's a quick look at our student's results and what they have to say about us..

Mei Bao (S3), has been struggling with A math since she started studying the subject.
She was failing all her tests and even her SA1 examination. She was struggling with the subject and was completely clueless about it. Thankfully, she decided to seek help. And for the first time, she passed her A math. Perhaps to many, passing is no big deal. But for someone who has never passed before, this is a huge milestone to achieve! We hope Meibao can continue to keep up with the good work! |