Here’s a lineup of exciting Nov-Dec Head-start programmes for the following levels.
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Primary 3-Y 2018
An exciting programme for current primary 2 pupils with a good competence in mathematics.
The Primary 3 Competition Maths Introductory Course introduce students to the fundamentals of maths competition/Olympiads, leading to higher level of challenges beginning from Primary 4. Students can look forward to improving their problem solving skills through a series of maths challenges through hands-on activities. In July, students can look forward to participating in their first maths competition - Australian Maths Competition.
Suitable for students who are curious to explore local and international maths competition questions, the Maths Olympiad Triathlon offers your child a rich learning experience where he/she gets to sample, compare and connect Maths Olympiad Challenges from around the world. Suits students who are preparing for the NMOS and related competitions for 2018.
If you are keen to explore further this holiday, the Maths Olympiad Triathlon (II) extends from the Maths Olympiad Triathlon (I) and further engages students with various maths tasks form classic puzzles to new recreational maths activities to raise their appreciation of the richness of mathematics.
Primary 6-Y2018 (Popular, please register early)
It’s time to prepare for the various maths competition students will encounter as early as March 2016 for Primary 6. We believe that learning is like peeling an onion; each time we revisit an idea, we gain an added perspective and a deeper understanding of the idea. A head start in learning gives us a chance to revisit and deepen our learning.
- Rate and speed
- Algebraic manipulations & applications of algebra in problem solving
- Problem solving involving patterns of numbers and shapes.
- Suitable for:
Primary 6(Y2018) Mathletes pursuing SMOPS and other similar Maths Competitions
The Sec 1 Prep course introduces students to challenging maths topics in term 1 and serves as a prerequisite course before students embark on the Singapore Mathematical Olympiad-Jr (SMO-Jr) Module 1 Training course in November. This programme also aims to help students bridge the gap between primary 6 maths and their Sec 1 curriculum. Suitable for students pursuing the Sec 1 IP course. Increases students understanding of advance topics in SMO.
Singapore Mathematical Olympiad Junior Module 1(Popular, pls register early)
A preparation course for SMO Junior Section Y2018
A preparation course for SMO Junior Section Y2018.
Topic Coverage: Basic operations, primes, divisibility, factorization, digits and numbers, last digit(s), fractions, number patterns, difference of two squares, square expansions, indices, etc.
Suitable for students who have completed Primary 6 Competition Maths/students keen to purse maths Olympiad in Secondary school.
Singapore Mathematical Olympiad Senior Module 1
A preparation course for SMO Senior Section Y2018.
Topic Coverage:Quadratic equations, discriminant, Vieta formulae, completing the square, absolute value(modulus), integer and fractional parts, factorial, similar triangles, indices, logarithms, etc.
Suitable for advanced Sec 1 students /Sec 2 & 3 students who are keen to pursue maths Olympiad in Secondary school.
American Mathematics Competition 8 Prep Course(AMC 8)
A preparation course for AMC 8 Y2017.
Topic Coverage: Arithmetic problems, probability, rate & Speed, percentage, average, statistics & geometry.
Suitable for Pri 4/5 students attempting the AMC 8 Competition for the first time.
American Mathematics Competition 8 Past Year Paper with Discussion
Suitable for advanced students who have scored at least 15 marks in the AMC 8 contest or practices on past year paper. The class will focus on questions which less than 10% of the students get it right a year and how to interpret the questions and answer them within 1.5 min.
American Mathematics Competition 10 Prep Course
A preparation course for advanced students taking the AMC 10 Competition in Feb 7, Y2018.
Topic Coverage: Geometry, Statistics & Combinatorics.
Geometry questions in the AMC 10 papers normally do not have diagrams as aids, how do you make use of the given information and solve the questions quickly and efficiently?
Bored with statistics and puzzled by combinatorics questions? Here’s how to solve them for the AMC 10 using everyday math principles. Sharpen Your skills to be the First Among Equals.
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posted by iwannabe @ 11:58 AM