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Year 11

Year 11 is split into three pathways:

  • Extension - For students who intend to study mathematics or engineering at university
  • Advanced - For students who intend to study degrees requiring mathematics at univerity
  • Standard - For students who do not wish to study mathematics at university
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Year 12

Year 12 is split into four pathways:

  • Extension 2 - For students who intend to study mathematics or engineering at university
  • Extension 1 - For students who intend to study mathematics or engineering at university
  • Advanced - For students who intend to study degrees requiring mathematics at univerity
  • Standard - For students who do not wish to study mathematics at university
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Welcome to Mastering Mathematics

This website is free for anyone who wishes to master mathematics, but is particularly appropriate for students aged 11 to 19. The content is based on the Australian (NSW) mathematics curriculum for years 7 to 12.

What does it mean to master mathematics?

Many people will tell you that to master anything requires 10,000 hours of practice but it's not that simple with mathematics. Knowledge of concepts is important, but a mathematician needs more than just knowledge.

What's involved?

KNOWLEDGE

UNDERSTANDING

SKILLS

BEHAVIOUR

PROCESS