H2 JC MATHEMATICS
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Our H1/H2 JC Maths Programme prepares JC students for the GCE A level H2 Mathematics Examinations through drilling on their mathematical reasoning and problem-solving skills. Firstly, students will learn the different solving methods that are necessary for their syllabus and understand the derivation of concepts and formula. Then, they will move on to apply the concepts learned on questions that are compiled by topics. This training style allows them to familiarize with all kinds of questions and know immediately the methods of approach required.
Our JC Mathsprogram aims to equip students with more than enough skills for their ‘A’ level Maths examinations. Under the guidance of our experienced teachers, students are drilled and thoroughly prepared for the H2 Maths syllabus. We believe that interest and ability in Maths can be nurtured no matter whether we start from primary school or later on in JC. As such, we aim to empower all our JC Maths students in their problem-solving skills and understanding of Maths concepts. For many of our students, the JC Mathsprogram has been the breakthrough they needed for their studies.
Course components include:
- Drilling on exam hot questions and important topics
- Development of the ability to recognize patterns and contexts
- Reading of statistical and graphical information
- Self-evaluation of mathematical results
- Logical reasoning
Qualification of our H2 Mathematics tutors:
- MOE-trained, current JC teacher
- Record: 100% A for H2 Mathematics in A’ Levels
Weightage of H2 Paper in A-level
Paper 1: 50%
It is a 3 hours paper, covering the pure mathematics section of the syllabus. The paper may consist of 10 to 12 questions.
Paper 2: 50%
It is a 3 hours paper consisting of two sections. Section A with 4 to 5 questions covering pure mathematics (40 marks). While Section B with 6 to 8 questions covering probability and statistics (60 marks).
Weightage of H1 paper in A- level
For the H1 JC Maths examination, there will be a 3 hours paper marked out of the total score of 100.
Section A (40%) covers the pure mathematics section of the syllabus.
Section B (60%) covers the probability and statistics section of the syllabus.