H2 Maths Tuition by Ex-RI, NUS 1st Class Honours (Mathematics)

Junior College H2 Maths Tuition

About Tutor (Mr Wu): https://mathtuition88.com/singapore-math-tutor/
– Raffles Alumni
– NUS 1st Class Honours in Mathematics

Experience: More than 10 years experience, has taught students from RJC, NJC, ACJC and many other JCs.

Personality: Friendly, patient and good at explaining complicated concepts in a simple manner

Email: mathtuition88@gmail.com

Areas teaching (West / Central Singapore):

  • Clementi
  • Jurong East
  • Buona Vista
  • West Coast
  • Dover
  • Central Areas like Bishan/Toa Payoh/Marymount (near MRT)

H2 Math Promo Practice Papers (from Actual School Papers) + H2 Formula Helpsheet

Preparing for your H2 Maths Promo Exams?

Check out this package consisting of Practice Papers (from Actual School Questions), and also a H2 Formula Helpsheet consisting of helpful formula that you need to know in order to do the questions!

URL: Check out out Free Exam Papers page for more updated information on H2 Math Exam Papers.

11 Practice Papers, with Solutions
New Syllabus* (2017 Syllabus / Syllabus 9758)
H2 Helpsheet with formulae ranging from Pure Math to Statistics

*We have crossed out irrelevant questions from the old syllabus, and replaced them with relevant questions from the new syllabus.

Update: Check out the best H2 guidebooks available in the market! Much better than many “elite school” notes which cover too much irrelevant stuff that are not tested!

URL: Recommended A-Level H2 Assessment Books and Guidebooks

H2 Topical Package with Highly Condensed Summary

All products are listed on the main page: https://mathtuition88.com/math-notes-worksheets-sale/

The new product is the H2 Topical Package with Highly Condensed Summary.

Highly Condensed H2 Maths Notes, bundled with hundreds of Topical questions (arranged according to topic) for H2 Mathematics.

Topical questions have full solution.

Will be useful for students preparing for H2 Maths (A Levels / Prelims / Common Tests).

The list of topics ranges from Binomial, AP/GP, all the way to Statistics and Complex Numbers. Basically all topics in H2 Maths. The filelist can be seen in the screenshots above.

Suitable for both old and new syllabus (9740/9758).

Basically this package would be recommended for students in JC1 / Mid JC2 who are not taught all the topics yet, hence are unable to attempt full prelim papers.

For JC2 students already in the final months of JC, they can purchase the other package featuring prelim papers instead.

Fail H2 Maths Promos or Prelims

For H2 (or H1) Maths students who are getting low marks for internal school exams, do not be overly discouraged. The current trend for schools is to set very tough internal exams (i.e. Promos and Prelims) to spur students to study hard, and (hopefully) ace the eventual final A level exams. If you look at the actual A Level Ten Year Series, you will find that the standard of questions is much easier than Prelim level.

A rule of thumb is that the eventual A level grade is 2 grades above the internal school grade. E.g., in internal exams a student getting D for H2 Maths is most likely equivalent to a B in the final A levels, provided the student continues to study hard.

Jumping from E to A grade has been done by many seniors. Do not give up, continue to believe in yourself, and keep calm while constantly revising.

Do check out this highly condensed H2 Math Notes (comes with free exam papers). The key thing to do before exams is to remember Math formulas (many students forget the AP/GP formulae for instance, and lost some free marks). Constant practice and exposure to questions is also a must.

Here are some sources of true stories:

1) https://www.facebook.com/RJConfessions/posts/220752441406251

To all the J1 and J2 kids who are struggling with math, let me share with you my personal experience. I took H2 math by the way, and refused to drop to H1 when people started dropping.

J1 CT 1: Math: U
J1 promos: Math: S
J2 CT1: Math S
J2 CT2: Math S
J2 Prelims: Math E
A levels: Math A.

The moral of the story is simple: It can be done. My math teacher used to motivate us with stories of seniors who have also flunked their way through math in the 2 years and clinched an A at the end. I didnt really believed it could happen, but I guess I chose to believe it anyways.

2) https://www.reddit.com/r/singapore/comments/3nkq4t/jc_prelims_alevels_correlation/

H2 Math: E A

H2 Chem: D B

H2 Econs: D D

H1 Physics: U A

H1 GP: B A

The grades on the left were prelims and right were my actual results. Of course it depends on your school and how hard they set the prelim papers

Should I take H1 or H2 Maths?

There are pros and cons of taking H1 or H2 Maths:

H1 Maths is an easier version, and will definitely take less time to study. This time can be used for studying other subjects. Also, it covers statistics which can come in handy for majors like Psychology, Social Science, or Business. Students who take A Maths in O Level will find that the Pure Math part of H1 Maths is basically the same, if not even easier than O level A Maths.

H2 Maths is the harder version, more difficult than even the O Level A Maths. New and interesting topics like Complex Numbers and Vectors will lay a good foundation for University majors like Engineering and Physics. Try not to forget what you have learnt in O Level A Maths, it will come in handy.

Students who wish to enter SMU & take H1 Maths in JC may want to note that SMU has a introductory module on calculus which is pretty much compulsory, even for majors like social science. I have taught a student from SMU, and would say that the content is heavier than even H2 Math Calculus; there is multivariable calculus in the SMU Course.

Featured Book:

Secrets of Mental Math: The Mathemagician’s Guide to Lightning Calculation and Amazing Math Tricks

H2 Maths Tuition: Integration by Parts

Here is a Integration by Parts helpsheet I created and uploaded on Scribd. Integration by Parts is a really useful technique, in fact it is one of the two key integration techniques in H2 Maths. The other technique is Integration by Substitution.

Featured book:

The Humongous Book of Calculus Problems

This book is really “humongous”. If you need to source for practice problems for Calculus, this is a good place to start. 🙂