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Curated by our team of Math experts, Prep Zone Academy’s A Levels Math Preparation Program (H1/H2) is designed to help JC students achieve distinction for their GCE A Levels Math.

Mastering A Level Math is a complex and demanding process that requires constant expert guidance in order to succeed. In school, lessons are delivered in massive lectures, and students frequently struggle to keep up with the pace of the lectures. As a result, we firmly enforce individual coaching so that every one of our students receives the individualized attention they require.

Our A Levels Math Preparation Program aims to provide all of our students with a complete and thorough comprehension of the key topical concepts, as well as the techniques and speed to answer common questions efficiently and effectively.

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Program Structure

Topical Revision & Practices

Key concepts are revisited to reinforce student’s understanding and cover any weaknesses. The key strategies for solving common question types will also be addressed. Students will then practice samples of various question types, and with the help of our tutor, learn about the most typical problems and errors they make.

Revision Drills

Students will be provided revision worksheets and notes that cover a variety of topics that are all interlinked. Each of these revision worksheets and notes has been carefully curated to identify common misunderstandings and mistakes that students make. These worksheets and notes also include higher-order thinking problems to challenge pupils and teach them how to handle difficult questions correctly.

Key Features

Customised Individual Classes

One-to-one classes ensure that students receive full attention from the tutors. Classes are also tailored to the student’s needs, aimed to improve subject expertise and performance. A positive and encouraging environment is necessary for better learning.

Personalised & Flexible Schedule

Your calendar will be fully personalised to fit your academic performance and your requirements. Enjoy a customised course that fits your busy schedule!

Detailed Feedback

Detailed feedback & assignment will be provided after every lesson, motivating students to improve and do better next time. Parents can also keep track of their child’s progress and performance.


Content-based Subjects3 H2 + 1 H1 (curriculum time for H1 subjects is typically half that of H2 subjects)

One subject must be from a contrasting discipline (e.g. arts students tend to choose mathematics, while science students choose economics).

Students can also take up to 2 H3 subjects, which allow for more in-depth study and advanced content exposure.
3 HL + 3 SL (curriculum time for SL subjects is approximately 2/3 of HL subjects)

Students can choose from six subject groups: studies in language and literature, language acquisition, individuals and societies, sciences, mathematics, and the arts. You may opt to study an additional sciences, individuals and societies, or languages course instead of a course in the arts.
Core Subjects1. General Paper (GP) / Knowledge and Inquiry (KI)*
GP aims to develop in students the ability to think critically, construct cogent arguments, and communicate their ideas using clear, accurate, and effective language; assessments include an essay and a reading comprehension task.
KI focuses on the nature of knowledge and its construction in areas of knowledge such as the sciences, the social sciences, mathematics, history, ethics, and aesthetics. In addition to carrying out an independent research project, students will sit for two written assessments, writing essays on both learned and unseen content.

*KI is read as a H2 subject and can be read as your contrasting subject

2. Project Work
Students work in groups and synthesise knowledge from various areas of learning, applying it critically and creatively to real-life situations. Groups must produce both a written report and an oral presentation.

3. Mother Tongue Language
Students who scored a passing grade in Higher Mother Tongue for O-Levels are exempt.
1. Theory of Knowledge
Students reflect on the nature of knowledge and on how we know what we claim to know. TOK is assessed through an oral presentation and a 1,600-word essay.

2. Extended Essay
An independent piece of research presented in a 4,000-word essay.

3. Creativity, Activity, and Service
While not formally assessed, students must participate in a range of activities in the areas of the arts, physical assertion, and voluntary work.
ScoringGrades are calculated on a lettered scale: A, B, C, D, and E are passing grades while S and U are failing grades.Content-based subjects are graded on a scale of 1-7, with 7 being the highest score. The maximum score is 45, with 42 points secured across the six subjects and the remaining 3 points from TOK and EE.

Students must also undergo Internal Assessments, receiving grades from their teachers that are then moderated by the IB.

Read about the IB score guide here.

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