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“Not only has SmarterMaths saved hours of my life, but the statistical analysis on every topic and the marker's comments are features we rarely find elsewhere ... truly effective!"
Sylvia Park, Science/Mathematics Teacher, Girraween High School
After doing the hard yards in the classroom to understand the fundamentals and gain the confidence to tackle VCE standard questions, we think students benefit from seeing a clear picture of the past contributions of topics to the final exams and that they can use this knowledge to improve their revision.
Here's just one example that has jumped out at us after analysing a decade's worth of Methods exams ...
- Logs and Exponentials (Met1 exam) - at least one dedicated question testing log laws or exponential algebra was asked every year between 2011-2015 but has been noticeably absent in the last 2 years. While generally well answered, most students struggle with recognising an exponential equation that is reducible to a quadratic. We recommend any revision carefully look at: 2015 Met1 Q7b and 2011 Met1 Q2b.
We will be sending through more tips in the coming weeks, and as a no-strings attached resource for your teaching, download our free "pure play" VCE revision worksheets on Methods: Tangents and Normals here.
In the meantime, if you want a better idea of the type of analysis SmarterMaths allows you to include for every topic in your students' revision worksheets, take a look below.
... this is how it appears in your worksheets (at a click)!
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