Aim Academics experienced maths tutor, Edward Glasgow, will be hosting the Headstart Methods course. 

Edward, studying a Bachelor of Science with majors in Mathematics & Physics, will guide you through your first 10 hours of effective year preparation (which would likely be the equivalent of 45+ hours on your own). 

This course will cover ALL topics covered in SACE Stage 2 Methods, including:

This course will familiarise you with science-based learning and exam revision strategies that will best equip you to maximise your test and exam marks. Such skills you will develop throughout this course are guaranteed to promote an in-depth understanding of the underlying concepts, which is essential for approaching exam questions with unfamiliar contexts. 

In reviewing the content, you will gain an understanding of the key concepts being tested in your tests and exam and thus effective strategies to approach your test and exam questions to obtain full marks. 

You will be provided with test and exam-style questions written for and tailored to this headstart course, as well as comprehensive answers written by a high achiever. 

This course will be hosted over 5 days online via Zoom from 9:00 – 11:00am from Monday 17th January until Friday 21st January

Each session will have a duration of 2hrs, making a total of 10hrs of your year 12 preparation complete – and done right.

Edward Glasgow

Methods, General Maths

Before graduating year 12 at Glenunga International High School, Edward had already been offered a job by the staff there to come back as a tutor. Despite his primary job being to assist students with learning difficulties, Edward quickly established a reputation as the “go-to guy” for anything related to maths or physics, and even went to year 12 Specialist Mathematics classes to assist the students there.

Sitting “the other side of the desk”, as it were, Edward discovered that his life-long interest in helping others translated perfectly into becoming a teacher, and he happily picked up a number of private tutoring jobs from students at Glenunga who wanted more of his help.

Whether you’re struggling with maths, or doing well and want to do better, Edward’s helped a student in a similar situation before, and he’s looking forward to doing it again.

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