Preliminary Mathematics

2 unit

The PM Weekly Course is for those students in Year 11 studying Preliminary Mathematics (2 unit).

For Term 2 all of our teaching & learning will be done online through our my-i platform. Click here for more details.

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Preliminary Mathematics Courses

This timeline shows how our courses are structured over the school year.

  • 2020
  • Enrolments have commenced
  • Term 1 and Term 2 2020
    Weekly Course

    Weekly Course

    PM

    Week-to-week tutoring throughout terms 1, 2 and 3.

    • 27 classes

      2 hour classes covering all course content

    • 32 tutorials

      1.5 hour tutorials to complete course homework

    • 3 exams

      1 hour exams to replicate the exam settings for the HSC

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  • July School Holidays 2020
    CRC

    Comprehensive Revision Course (CRC)

    PM

    Gain the confidence & knowledge crucial for exam success.

  • Term 3 2020
    Weekly Course

    Weekly Course continues

    PM

    Week-to-week tutoring continues throughout term 3.

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  • October School Holidays 2020
    CRC

    Comprehensive Revision Course (CRC)

    PM

    Gain the confidence & knowledge crucial for exam success.

  • Term 4 2020
    Weekly Course

    Weekly Course - Term 4

    HM-T4

    Week-to-week tutoring preparing students for the HSC.

    • 8 classes

      2 hour classes covering all course content

    • 9 tutorials

      1.5 hour tutorials to complete course homework

    • 1 exam

      1 hour exam to replicate the exam settings for the HSC

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    Why do we start in term 4?

    Year 12, 2021 commences in Term 4 of 2020 and our HSC course starts then.

Our study options

We offer students studying Preliminary Mathematics a complete set of study options.

Master the coursework with the:

Weekly Course Weekly Course

Week-to-week tuition based on a our 3 step cycle.

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CRC Comprehensive Revision Course (CRC)

Revise over 3 days during the July & October school holidays.

Do you have any questions?