The footing of your child's Additional Maths has to be supported by experienced hands from the very first day. It is not uncommon to fail or score full marks for the first test or quiz. Neither is a good reflection of what is to come. The reason that makes students love or hate Additional Maths is the same: most of the topics are interleaved whereby a poor understanding of one will inevitably affect the mastery of the other; a good understanding right from the start will ensure a smooth and enjoyable learning process, saving precious revision time for other subjects such as Humanities and Sciences. Our Additional Maths Specialists will help your child make sense of the tonnes of formulae and use them flexibly for different questions.
Our Additional Maths Specialists are graduates from reputable institutes of higher learning such as National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, Imperial College London, University of Cambridge, and the University of Queensland. Many of whom are also alumni of top Singapore schools such as Hwa Chong Institution, RI/RJC, CHIJ St Nicholas Girls' School, Dunman High School, Victoria JC, and ACS. Your child can be assured of the quality of instruction and will benefit from the insider examination and study tips that our Maths Specialists provide.
Distinctions are never a matter of chance. It takes grit and a growth mindset, and most importantly, a progressive and nurturing learning environment, one that AKLC has been providing for the past decade.
Our Singapore-Cambridge O Levels Additional Mathematics course is crafted (and continuously refined) in accordance to the latest syllabus and examination format that is prescribed by Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Singapore Examination & Assessment Board (SEAB). Your child will be proficient in:
a. Equations and Inequalities
b. Indices and Surds
c. Polynomials and Partial Fractions
d. Binomial expansions
e. Power, Exponential, Logarithmic, and Modulus Functions
f. Trigonometric functions, identities, and equations
g. Coordinate geometry in two dimensions
h. Proofs in plane geometry