Matric Exam Courses

Matric Exam Courses

Grade 12 means working on your mathematics throughout the year

There is no quick fix when it comes to preparing for the Grade 12 exams.  Learners should enrol at a Master Maths as early as possible in the year. Our centres open in January. This will help learners to get a jump start on the year. When it comes to the Exam Revision Programme, our centres give preference to learners who are already enrolled for tuition. The demand for these workshops, usually held during the holidays, is high and new clients can only be accommodated if there is space available in the centre. Please contact the centres directly (using the find a centre function) for more information and to book your place. Please note that not all of our centres offer these Exam Revision Programme holiday workshops.

The final exam preparation course is done in 2 stages, namely: 

Maths Revision Sessions

Matircs can prepare for maths by attending Master Maths revision sessions.

Master Maths has offered final exam courses for the past 38 years.  These sessions involve working through Revision Consolidation modules which summarise the Grade 12 and 11 curriculums. This is part of the crucial process of preparing learners for the final external exam. Through the use of various components, tutors assist and can assess learners continuously to make sure they are on track with the revision work. After our Revision Consolidation Programme, learners are more familiar with the type of questions they can expect in the exams and they are able to recognise what they are being asked to do. We follow a programme which is structured to each individual learner’s needs. Learners will be prepared for writing on both grade 11 and grade 12 content.

 

Matric Module and Worksheet sessions

Master Maths offers a matric revision programme to help prepare learners for their exams.

These sessions provide learners with the opportunity to work through modules and worksheets which assess their knowledge and skills in answering exam type questions. The skills and knowledge of the learner is evaluated and feedback on proficiency in each area is provided. Exam papers are written under exam conditions. This is offered as part of the preparation for the mid-year exams as well as the end-of-year final NSC exams. One of the aims of this process is to help refine learners’ time management skills. Another is to expose learners to different types of exam questions so that they are psychologically prepared for their papers. Papers are marked and remedial feedback is given so that the learners can learn from the exercise. Exam paper sessions are allocated to learners depending on their individual examination timetables. Learners will be prepared to answer questions on Grade 11 and 12 work.