Gain a thorough knowledge and understanding of Year 10 Maths concepts. Don’t just know the theory but know why and how it works.

Focus on improving your accuracy now that you have a greater understanding and confidence. With the best teachers, resources and support on your side there’s nothing to fear!

Mathematics Theory Book

Mathematics Workbook

Weekly Mathematics Quiz

Mathematics Workshops

End of Term Topic Test

Our 2018 Year 10 Maths Advanced Program

Quadratic Equations

Probability

Trigonometric Ratios

Further Trigonometry

Curve Sketching

Non- Linear Relationships

Functions

Polynomials

Logarithms

##### Understanding (50% of Course Time)

- Step 1. Theory Developing a thorough understanding of concepts is the first step to mastering Maths. Learn from Matrix Theory Books that are carefully structured to help you understand even the most complex stuff!
- Step 2. Application Memorising formulas will only get you so far. Consolidate your understanding by learning how to apply concepts and techniques to solve problems.
- Step 3. Examples Work through examples that will actually be in your exam. You'll learn how to present your solution for maximum marks in exams.
##### Exam Skills (50% of Course Time)

- Step 4. Concept Checks Learn the most efficient problem solving techniques with different types of exam-style questions.
- Step 5. Workbook Practice sharpening your skills with hundreds of exam-style questions. It's important to keep practising as this is the only way to find the right balance between speed and accuracy.
- Step 6. Quiz and Feedback Weekly quizzes and feedback provide you with opportunities to identify your gaps and address them ASAP.
- Step 7. Topic Working under exam conditions will boost your confidence for the real thing. Learn from your mistakes and fill your gaps so you are continually improving.

Week 1

- Quadratic Expressions
- Solving Quadratic Equations

Week 2

- Perfect Squares
- Completing The Square

Week 3

- The Quadratic Formula
- The Discriminant

Week 4

- Equations Leading To Quadratic Equations
- Equations Reducible To Quadratics
- Simultaneous Equations Leading To Quadratics

Week 5

- Problems Involving Quadratic Equations
- Simple Cubic Equations

Week 6

- The Language Of Probability
- Experimental Vs Theoretical Probability
- Compound Events

Week 7

- Complementary Events
- Two Stage Probability Experiments

Week 8

- Multi-Stage Events
- Conditional Probability

Week 9

- Revision
- Topic Test

Week 1

- Review Of Trigonometric Ratios
- Given a Trigonometric Ratio, Find Another

Week 2

- Reciprocal Ratios
- Trigonometric Ratios of Complementary Angles

Week 3

- The Four Quadrants
- Angles of Any Magnitude

Week 4

- Graphs of Sine, Cosine and Tangent

Week 5

- Simple Trigonometric Equations
- Solving Simple Trigonometric Equations

Week 6

- Sine Rule
- Cosine Rule

Week 7

- Area Of Triangle
- Angles Of Elevation And Depression

Week 8

- Direction and Bearings
- Trigonometry in Three Dimensions

Week 9

- Revision
- Topic Test

Week 1

- The Parabola
- Graph of Quadratic Function

Week 2

- Graph of Quadratic Function (Continued)
- Sketching Parabolas of the Form y = ax
^{2}+ bx + c

Week 3

- Finding The Equation of a Parabola
- Different Forms of Parabola

Week 4

- Graph of Cubic Function

Week 5

- Graphs of Circles and Semi-circles

Week 6

- Graphs of Exponential Curves

Week 7

- Graphs of Hyperbolas

Week 8

- Relations and Functions
- Functional Notation
- Even and Odd Functions

Week 9

- Revision
- Topic Test

Week 1

- Definition of a Polynomial
- Operations with Polynomials

Week 2

- Long Division
- Using the Division Transformation to Make a Polynomial Divisible

Week 3

- The Remainder Theorem
- The Factor Theorem

Week 4

- Factorisation Revision
- Factorising Polynomial Expressions

Week 5

- Even & Odd Polynomials
- Polynomial Curves

Week 6

- Sketching Polynomials with Double and Triple Roots

Week 7

- Evaluating Logarithms
- Logarithm of a Product and a Quotient

Week 8

- Logarithm of a Power
- Special Logarithmic Results
- Change of Base Theorem

Week 9

- Revision
- Topic Test

9 weekly lessons in the school term

20 min | Revision Review, Quiz and OverviewTeachers revise previous lesson and answer homework questions before conducting an in-class quiz. |

60 min | Theory Lesson Gain in-depth knowledge and understandingTeachers explain key Mathematics concepts which are reinforced by completing exam-style questions. |

10 min | Review Q&AStudents ask questions to clarify understanding. |

9 weekly lessons for comprehensive knowledge and understanding.

Wed | 6:10 - 7:40pm |

Sat | 9:30 - 11:00am |

Sat | 1:30 - 3:00pm |

Sat | 4:30 - 6:00pm |

Sun | 11:00 - 12:30pm |

Sun | 3:00 - 4:30pm |

Mon | 6:10 - 7:40pm |

Thu | 4:30 - 6:00pm |

Sun | 4:30 - 6:00pm |

Mon | 6:10 - 7:40pm |

Sat | 6:10 - 7:40pm |

Sun | 1:30 - 3:00pm |

Sun | 3:00 - 4:30pm |

Tue | 4:30 - 6:00pm |

Fri | 6:10 - 7:40pm |

Sun | 11:00 - 12:30pm |

Sun | 1:30 - 3:00pm |

Sun | 3:00 - 4:30pm |

Sun | 4:30 - 6:00pm |

Thu | 6:10 - 7:40pm |

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Wed | 6:10 - 7:40pm |

Sat | 9:30 - 11:00am |

Sat | 1:30 - 3:00pm |

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Sun | 11:00 - 12:30pm |

Sun | 3:00 - 4:30pm |

Epping | |

Mon | 6:10 - 7:40pm |

Thu | 4:30 - 6:00pm |

Sun | 4:30 - 6:00pm |

Hurstville | |

Mon | 6:10 - 7:40pm |

Sat | 6:10 - 7:40pm |

Sun | 1:30 - 3:00pm |

Sun | 3:00 - 4:30pm |

Strathfield | |

Tue | 4:30 - 6:00pm |

Fri | 6:10 - 7:40pm |

Sun | 11:00 - 12:30pm |

Sun | 1:30 - 3:00pm |

Sun | 3:00 - 4:30pm |

Sun | 4:30 - 6:00pm |

Town Hall | |

Thu | 6:10 - 7:40pm |

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What you'll get

#### Classes taught by inspirational teachers

#### 9 engaging theory lessons over 9 weeks

#### 160+ pages of theory content designed for an in-depth understanding of key Maths concepts

#### 100+ pages of practice and exam-style questions

#### One-to-One tutorials (Workshops) that addresses individual learning needs

#### Additional online resources including practice papers and solutions

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- Jason Xu, 2016 Year 12 Maths

Matrix | Others | ||
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## Teachers |
Vast classroom teaching experience, HSC and/or university teaching experience with an ability to explain concepts clearly |
Have little or no actual teaching experience, cannot explain difficult concepts in a manner that students can understand | |

## Program |
Teaching program that covers the NSW board of studies syllabus. Structured learning system that allows students to develop sound study habits every week |
Most private tutors and other tuition centres do not follow a set structure; rather they have an ad-hoc approach without considering timing and outcomes | |

## Resources |
A full set of resources written by academics and education researchers. Online access to Supplementary exam papers / texts with top responses. |
Only address content that students raise, use generic textbooks. | |

## Assessments |
Short quizzes and topic tests held under strict exam conditions to ensure students have a solid understanding of the subject |
No exam style quizzes and test that assess the student’s weaknesses, hence not being able to identifying their learning needs | |

## Reporting |
Weekly tracking of Grades, Quiz and Topic Test results so student and parents can monitor their progress. |
No measured tracking process so they cannot tell if the student is struggling or improving. | |

## Learning Management System |
Share information, academic resources and advice with classmates from over 220 schools. |
Do not have the library of resources or past exams that can help students excel | |

## One-to-One Workshops |
Free workshops to target individual learning needs |
No additional support outside the lesson. |