Best wishes for the holidays and happiness throughout the New Year.
The Maths Centre
The Maths Centre
To all our readers, followers, supporters and friends of The Maths Centre,
As the year draws to an end, we like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support and we will try even harder next year to do better and come up with even more resources for your continued examination success.
We also want to share with you our joy and delight to be selected for the short list of Reimagine Educations Awards 2016. It is quite an honor for us. Thank you.
Meanwhile please accept our warmest wishes for a very Merry, Blessed Xmas and Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!!
Ravee, Kamlin and Eric.. and our mascot.. tarzan
The Maths Centre
Hello boys and girls,
Summer holidays are at an end. Results are out 🙂
I hope you have all done well and gotten the grades you desired.
Upcoming courses and exam solutions
# Fully written exam solutions for IGCSE Additional Maths code 0606 for May/June 2015 are out, view HERE
# We will continue to upload IGCSE Maths extended paper2 and 4 code 0580 for May/June 2015 as well as the Alevels CIE Maths/Statistics/Mechanics and Further Maths exam solutions for the recent summer 2015 exams. Keep a lookout!
# We are going to upload the fully written solutions, step by step, to our 2 topical workbooks for:-
– Revision workbook for IGCSE Add Maths Year 10 by topics
– Revision workbook for IGCSE Add Maths Year 11 by topics
We believe that using both the e learning videos as well as the revision workbook will really really help you get that A!
Keep your peeps here.
Cheers and talk soon.
Here’s a very interesting article from Huff Post Business. From the article you can see that Actuary is the best job, Mathematician in 3rd place follow by Statistician in 4th place.
If you’re a math whiz, you’re in luck when it comes to job prospects.
Math skills are a requirement for most of the 10 best jobs of 2015, according to the latest report from CareerCast. The site’s annual ranking of the top 200 jobs weighs four factors: work environment, income, stress and hiring outlook.
“There’s a real shortage of qualified people with math skills,” said Tony Lee, publisher of CareerCast.com. “And that’s offset by higher salaries. So not only do you have the opportunity to do what you love, you get paid really well and will likely have a pretty bright hiring prospect.”
Actuaries, who analyze financial risk, locked in the top spot this year, followed closely by audiologists (health care professionals who treat hearing disorders), mathematicians and statisticians. Science and health care jobs are also represented, with dental hygienists and occupational therapists breaking into the top 10.
Read the full article here
Chinese New Year is on Thursday 19 February, 2015. It will mark the start of the Year of the Sheep.. (Goat?) Anyway, we at The Maths Centre would like to wish all of you celebrating this festival, Happy Chinese New Year and Gong Xi Fa Cai !! May good luck and success be yours! May you get all the A’s that you hope and worked for 🙂 and may you get into the university or college of your choice. ! Ha!
To the rest, happy holidays..
Meanwhile folks, we have uploaded the latest Alevels and IGCSE Nov/Dec2014 exams and its solutions, you can check it out HERE