Higher Exam Scores
Imagine yourself walking into the exam room knowing that you have prepared yourself for your next Mathematics task to the very best of your ability.
Imagine being able to attempt each and every question with the confidence of being truly "ready for anything".
Imagine the joy of telling your parents that you gained the highest mark you have ever received for a Maths exam.
Students can direct their own learning.
By choosing to watch only the videos relating to topics they have not yet mastered, students can avoid wasting precious study time.
Students can choose their own pace of learning.
Whether you watch all the videos from a particular topic in one sitting, or pace yourself by viewing only one video per day over several days, you are in control.
Approaches to Learning
Some students can listen to their teacher in class describe a method or a rule for a certain topic and be able to remember it, in detail, many weeks later in an exam.
Most students; however, really need to refresh their memories regularly.
Having access to a wide range of high-quality, detailed and thorough video explanations gives students the chance to re-learn and revise with efficiency and confidence.
You can practise key questions as a part of your study preparations.
By choosing to pause the videos when each example question appears, you can challenge yourself to complete each question correctly.
To check your answers, simply re-start the video and see if your answer matches the video solution.
You choose when to learn!
The Man From Snowy River by
"I don't love studying...
I like learning. Learning is beautiful."
"Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration. A genius is often merely a talented person who has done his or her homework."