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SELEXIQ EDUCATION FZC LLC
PreI/GCSE Mathematics Course
Bridge the academic transition from Year 9 to the First Semester of the Year 10 .
Enhance problemsolving, critical thinking, investigative methods, and mathematical proof skills with our comprehensive toolkit.
Master the firstterm syllabus and beyond through comprehensive learning and practical application
Cultivate effective work habits to excel in the I/GCSE Math Programme.
Course Overview:
The PreGCSE/IGCSE Mathematics Preparation course at Selexiq Education is designed to equip students with the foundational knowledge and skills necessary for success in the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) or International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) mathematics examinations. This comprehensive course aims to strengthen students' mathematical abilities, enhance problemsolving techniques, and build confidence in tackling the diverse range of topics covered in the GCSE/IGCSE syllabus. Through a combination of interactive lessons, guided practice sessions, and targeted assessments, students will develop a solid mathematical foundation that will serve them well in their academic pursuits and beyond.
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Course Objectives:

Develop a thorough understanding of key mathematical concepts, including number theory, algebra, geometry, and statistics.

Enhance problemsolving skills through the application of mathematical principles to realworld scenarios and contextualized problems.

Foster critical thinking and analytical reasoning abilities essential for success in the GCSE/IGCSE mathematics examinations.

Strengthen computational fluency and accuracy through regular practice and exercises covering a wide range of mathematical operations.

Cultivate effective communication of mathematical ideas through written explanations, diagrams, and mathematical notation.

Familiarize students with the format, structure, and expectations of the GCSE/IGCSE mathematics examinations.

Provide personalized support and guidance to address individual learning needs and ensure progress towards mastery of mathematical concepts.
Course Structure:
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PreAssessment and Diagnostic Evaluation:
 Diagnostic assessment to evaluate students' current mathematical proficiency and identify areas for improvement.
 Setting personalized learning goals based on the assessment results.

Number and Algebra:
 Operations with integers, fractions, decimals, and percentages.
 Algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities.
 Solving linear and quadratic equations.
 Introduction to functions and their properties.

Geometry and Trigonometry:
Angle properties and triangle relationships.
 Properties of geometric shapes and figures.
 Introduction to trigonometric ratios and their applications.
 Coordinate geometry and transformations.

Statistics and Probability:
 Data representation and interpretation.
 Measures of central tendency and dispersion.
 Probability theory and basic probability calculations.
 Statistical analysis and graphical representation of data.

ProblemSolving Strategies:
 Strategies for approaching mathematical problems systematically.
 Practice exercises and problemsolving techniques for tackling complex problems.
 Application of mathematical concepts to reallife scenarios and word problems.

Review and Practice:
 Comprehensive review sessions covering all topics covered in the course.
 Practice tests and mock examinations to simulate the GCSE/IGCSE examination experience.
 Feedback and guidance on areas needing further improvement.

Final Assessment and Feedback:
Individualized feedback and recommendations for further study and revision.
 Summative assessment to evaluate students' overall understanding and readiness for the GCSE/IGCSE mathematics examinations.
Course Materials:
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Textbooks and supplementary resources aligned with the AS/A Level mathematics syllabus.

Interactive online platforms for practice exercises and additional learning materials.

Graphing calculators and mathematical software for visualization and problemsolving.
Prerequisites:
This course is suitable for students preparing to take the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) or International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) mathematics examinations. No specific prerequisites are required, but students should have a basic understanding of elementary mathematics concepts typically covered in middle school or early high school mathematics courses.
Upon completion of the PreGCSE/IGCSE Mathematics Preparation course, students will possess the necessary skills, knowledge, and confidence to excel in the GCSE/IGCSE mathematics examinations and pursue further studies in mathematics or related fields.