Year 11 Maths Adv Online Course

How we'll get you exam ready at home

Learn at home

Clear, Structured Weekly Theory Lesson Videos

Pair theory lessons videos with the Matrix Theory Book for a structured and easy to follow learning experience with our subject matter experts.

Books delivered to your home

HSC fool-proof resources

A full set of resources written by academics and experienced teachers covering all aspects of the new NSW syllabus.

Individual help

Q&A Board for personalised responses

Address any gaps in your learning by posting your questions on the Q&A Board at any time. Receive a written or video response within 1 working day!

What our online Year 11 Maths Adv students receive

Clear, Structured Theory Lesson Videos

Q&A Boards

Exclusive Online Resources

Comprehensive Theory Book

Exam-Style Work Book

Quizzes and End of Term Topic Test

Clear, Structured Theory Lesson Videos

Experienced teachers guide you through every concept and example in your Matrix theory book.

Easy-to-follow theory lessons taught by subject matter experts

Gain in-depth knowledge and understanding with easy to follow theory explanations.

Experienced teachers explain every aspect of the syllabus.

Learn at your own pace, online

Pause, replay or speed up and watch as many times as you need.

Re-watch until you understand with video playback options.

Know everything with worked examples

Every page, every example in detail so you don't miss a thing!

Leave no stone unturned! Every question will be answered and explained in each video lesson.

The Matrix+ Online Learning Method TM

Theory Lesson Videos, Matrix Resources and Online Help at home

Step 1

Watch clear, structured Theory Lesson Videos with your Matrix Theory Book

Learn at your own pace with easy to follow theory explanations.

Every Monday, students watch their weekly Theory Video Lesson

Step 2

Ask Questions on the Q&A Board

Stuck on a question? Post your question and receive responses within 1 working day.

After your Theory lesson, post your questions anytime for individual help.

Step 3

Complete your Homework with the the Matrix Work Book

Reinforce your understanding of key mathematical theories and concepts.

Attempt your Homework and flag any questions to ask on the Q&A Board

Step 4

Complete the Quiz

Each lesson ends with a quiz to test your knowledge and track your progress.

Every Sunday, test your knowledge and understanding with the weekly online Quiz.

Year 11 Maths Adv Online Course Details

Clear, structured theory lessons led by subject matter experts using the Matrix Theory Book.


Term 1: Algebraic Techniques, Linear Functions, Absolute Values

Lesson 1: Algebraic Techniques

  • The Real Number System
  • Algebraic Techniques
  • Highest Common Factor
  • Factorising Binomials

Lesson 2: Indices

  • Index Notation
  • Operations with Indices
  • Further Properties of Indices

Lesson 3: Surds

  • Operations on Surds
  • Rationalising the Denominator

Lesson 4: Linear Equations & Inequalities

  • Linear Equations
  • Formulae as Equations
  • Simultaneous Equations
  • Linear Inequalities

Lesson 5: Quadratic Equations

  • Factorising Trinomials
  • Quadratic Equations
  • Equations Reducible to Quadratics

Lesson 6: Linear Functions

  • Midpoint
  • Gradients
  • Equations of Straight Lines
  • Parallel & Perpendicular Lines
  • Intersections of Lines

Lesson 7: Functions & Relations

  • Functions vs. Relations
  • Interval Notation
  • Domain & Range
  • Even & Odd Functions
  • Piecewise Functions

Lesson 8: Absolute Values

  • Introduction to Absolute Values
  • Graphs of Absolute Values
  • Equations Involving Absolute Values
  • Inequalities Involving Absolute Values

Lesson 9: End of Term Topic Test

Term 2: Functions and Relations, Quadratics and Polynomials, Non-Linear Functions, Trigonometry

Lesson 1: Working with Functions 1

  • Review of Quadratic Equations
  • Graphs of Non-Linear Relationships
  • Graphs of Parabolas
  • Maximum & Minimum Values
  • Practical Applications of Quadratic Equations

Lesson 2: Working with Functions 2

  • Rules of Inequalities
  • Quadratic Inequalities
  • The Discriminant
  • Graphs of Cubics

Lesson 3: Working with Functions 3

  • Polynomials
  • Sketching Polynomials
  • Further Sketching Techniques

Lesson 4: Further Functions and Relations

  • Graphs of Absolute Values
  • Graphs of Circles & Semi-Circles
  • Graphs of Hyperbolae
  • Graphs of Exponential Curves

Lesson 5: Trigonometry 1

  • Trigonometric Ratios
  • Complementary Angles
  • Graphs of Trigonometric Functions
  • ASTC

Lesson 6: Trigonometry 2

  • Solving Trigonometric Equations

Lesson 7: Trigonometry 3

  • Sine Rule
  • Cosine Rule
  • Area of Triangle
  • Direction & Bearings

Lesson 8: Trigonometry 4

  • 3-D Trigonometry

Lesson 9: End of Term Topic Test

Term 3: Further Trigonometry, Introductory Calculus, Applications of Differentiation, Exponential and Logarithms

Lesson 1: Further Trigonometry 1

  • Review of Trigonometry
  • Fundamental Trigonometric Equations
  • Quadratic Trigonometric Equations
  • Radians

Lesson 2: Further Trigonometry 2

  • Curve Sketching Using Radians
  • Graphs of Reciprocal Trigonometric Functions
  • Arc Length, Area of Sectors & Segments

Lesson 3: Introductory Calculus 1

  • Introduction to Differentiation
  • Theorems on Derivatives
  • Applications of Differentiation

Lesson 4: Introductory Calculus 2

  • Introduction to Limits and Continuity
  • Limits of Quotients
  • Limits to Infinity
  • Differentiation by First Principle

Lesson 5: Calculating with Derivatives

  • The Chain Rule
  • The Product Rule
  • The Quotient Rule
  • The Derivative as a Rate of Change

Lesson 6: Exponential Functions

  • Review of Exponential Functions
  • Graphing Exponential Functions
  • Derivative of Exponential Functions
  • Application of Exponential Functions

Lesson 7: Logarithms 1

  • Definition of a Logarithm
  • Logarithmic Laws
  • Solving Logarithmic Equations
  • Graphs of Logarithmic Functions
  • The Natural Logarithm & Natural Exponential

Lesson 8: Logarithms 2

  • Applications of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
  • Exponential Growth and Decay
  • Real World Applications of Logarithmic Scales

Lesson 9: End of Term Topic Test

Term 4: Review of Calculus, Probability and Conditional Probability, Discrete Random Variables, Yearly Exam Revision

Lesson 1: Review of Calculus

  • Review of Differentiation
  • Increasing & Decreasing Functions
  • Sketching the Gradient Function

Lesson 2: Motion in a Straight Line

  • Displacement vs. Distance
  • Velocity vs. Speed
  • Acceleration

Lesson 3: Probability 1

  • Theory of Probability
  • Complementary Events
  • Venn Diagrams
  • Independent Events
  • Multistage Experiments

Lesson 4: Probability 2

  • Conditional Probability
  • Representation of Probability

Lesson 5: Guided Practice Exam

Lesson 6: Discrete Random Variables 1

  • Introduction to Random Variables
  • Discrete Probability Distributions
  • The Expected Value of a Discrete Random Variable

Lesson 7: Discrete Random Variables 2

  • Transformations of Random Variables
  • Variance and Standard Deviation
  • Linear Scaling of Random Variables
  • Uniform Random Variables

Lesson 8: Discrete Random Variables 3

  • Population vs. Sample
  • Improving Accuracy of Samples
  • Challenge Questions

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Year 11 Maths Adv. Online Course

8-Lesson Online Course

Course begins: Receive instant access

Course concludes: 27 June 2021

Resources will be mailed to enrolled students in 3 working days.

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Year 11 Maths Adv Online Course Teachers


Mr Jonathan Dai

Presenter : Term 1

Jonathan is currently finishing his Honours thesis in Medical Research at the University of Sydney. He has had over three years of teaching experience.

Mr Stepan Bashkirov

Presenter : Term 2

Stepan studied a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering at the University of New South Wales. His teaching experiences include lab demonstrating at UNSW and delivering coding tutorials for primary and high school students.

Dr Gems Ukrit

Presenter : Term 3

Dr Ukritnukun completed a Bachelor of Engineering with first class honours (and top of his graduating class) and his PhD in Material Sciences at the University of New South Wales in 2017. He has demonstrated at the University of New South Wales in the School of Chemistry and Materials Science and Engineering since 2012 and has been teaching at Matrix since 2017.

Ms Jessica Luong

Presenter : Term 4

Jessica studied her Bachelor of Education at the University of Technology Sydney. She has been teaching and tutoring at Matrix since 2018.

Tried and Tested by Matrix Students


"The online lesson was very straightforward and easy to follow, it felt like an actual face-to-face lesson! I really liked the annotations and diagrams that my teacher made alongside the content. Through this online platform, it was actually easier for me to understand the teacher. The structure in which the lesson was presented helped me engage with the question and directly answer it, while also allowing me to learn at my own pace."

Justin Kim, Knox Grammar School

"I'm confident that any students dedicated to learning via the video will be successful. The videos are clear, structured like a regular classroom lesson and comprehensive. The videos are a good alternative to being in class on campus!"

Amanda Shi, James Ruse Agricultural High School

"It feel like a continuous stream of learning rather than a one-off video made to fill in a gap. I really enjoy how the teachers do not just read what the Theory Book says, they add additional information that may help the student piece together concepts. I felt that I gained a much higher level of understanding of the lesson material. Without the video, it would be difficult for me to understand the content as well."

Eric Papadopoulos, Sylvania High School

"I enjoyed being able to re-play parts of the video that I misunderstood, or needed to hear for a second time. I also liked being able to skip over some sections which I was comfortable with or had already finished. Being able to do this allowed me to learn in a way that matched my abilities, and kept me engaged during the lesson. This really helped in solidifying my understanding of the new content, as well as maintaining my engagement."

Nia Worthington, St Ursula's College Kingsgrove

"The online theory lessons complete the entire lesson from that week from beginning to end. There are no questions skipped which provides a better sense of completion and finality to each lesson. Being able to pause the video and rewind is very useful as sometimes I know that I require extra time to run over certain concepts which may be new to me or are more challenging."

Emily Dinh, James Ruse Agricultural High School

"The videos are easy to follow with the Theory Book and concepts are clearly explained. The teacher spoke clearly and at a good pace. I liked that the video had a quick recap of the previous week's content. I think the videos improved my learning experience as I can re-watch them if I don't understand a concept and I can also learn the content at my own pace. The Matrix resources have always been helpful in getting me ahead of school so Matrix videos will help in the same way."

Muskan Gupta, Baulkham Hills High School

Year 11 Maths Adv Online Course Pricing


(inc GST)
per module.

Year 11 Maths Adv Online Course includes:


Online lessons taught by Experienced Teachers

8 Engaging Theory Lesson Videos over 8 weeks

Detailed Theory Book and Work Book delivered to your home

Access to Matrix LMS featuring additional resources

Individual help through the online Q&A Board

8 Quizzes and a Topic Test to track your progress

Access Theory Lesson Videos and Q&A Discussion Board until the end of the academic year.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who are the teachers in your videos?

Our Matrix classroom Teachers (who are subject matter experts) will be conducting the Online Theory Lesson Videos. They are experienced educators who are knowledgeable and know how to explain things clearly.

How long are the videos online for?

The next Matrix+ courses run from 19 April 2021 until 27 June 2021. After the term, students will still be able to access Theory Lesson Videos, Q&A Discussion Boards and online resources until the end of 31 December 2021.

Can I receive early access

Any students who enrol before Monday 29 March 2021 at 8am will automatically receive early access to the Theory Lesson Videos from Monday 6 April 2021 to allow them to learn ahead in the holidays.

When will I receive my resources?

Students who enrol before Monday 29 March 2021, will have their resources posted that day, which has a delivery approximation of 1 -4 working days.

Do I need to re-enrol every term?

Each term, we’ll check in with you about your Matrix+ enrolment for the following term – you can add, change or remove topics or courses. We’ll then print your new resources and deliver them before the new term begins so you can continue your learning.

What additional help can my child receive?

Students will have exclusive access to a Q&A discussion board where they can ask questions related to the subject and have them answered by a Subject Matter Expert within 1 working day.

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