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HSC Mathematics Advanced is the first calculus based course completed at high school in New South Wales. Students sit one HSC exam; HSC Mathematics Advanced (3 hours).
As part of the content from Advanced Mathematics students will investigate topics such as Integral Calculus, Advanced Trigonometry, Financial Mathematics, Radom Variables and The Normal Distribution.
The course shares some content (and some HSC questions) with the Mathematics Standard 2 paper (a non-calculus based course). Since 2020 there is a common scale of marking between the Advanced and Standard courses. This has been done to ensure students study the right level for them. The HSC Mathematics Advanced course provides students with the skills and knowledge required at University for a wide variety of degrees (not just STEM degrees).
The timeline below illustrates how we progress through Year 12, starting from Term 4, 2020 to the end of the HSC in 2021.
This course is a continuation of our Term 4 Weekly Course. The entire HSC syllabus will be covered by the end of Term 2, leaving ample time for revision and exam preparation.
2.5 hour weekly classes covering course content and developing critical exam style technique
1.5 hour weekly tutorials to correct homework mistakes and to address any additional questions
An exam to replicate the exam settings for the HSC
This is a stand-alone course. It is a question-based course that provides topic by topic revision of the entire syllabus. Students are exposed to a wide array of exam style questions aimed to consolidate knowledge and increase confidence.View Course
A series of mock HSC examinations conducted under strict exam conditions to acclimatise students to systematic problem solving in a time-pressured environment. All exams are marked in accordance with NESA marking criteria, followed by exam reviews and tutorials.
Identify topic strengths and weaknesses
The same great revision course as in July, focused heavily on preparing students for the upcoming HSC.View Course