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What Maths should I do?

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What Maths should I do?

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What Maths should I do?

- This is a time to reflect on the past
- This is the time to plan for the future
- Your decisions should be based on the pattern of your past performances

- Your teacher will recommend the level of maths that suits you.
- It may be:
- Foundation Maths
- General Maths
- Maths Methods

Students in Year 10 may also be recommended for a VCE Maths subject.

This subject is Advanced Maths – Unit 1&2 General Maths

This is a completely different subject to General Maths at Yr 11 as it prepares you for Units 3&4 Maths Methods and Specialist Maths

Advanced Maths –Units 1&2 General Maths

This subject can also be taken in Yr11 if you did not do it in Yr 10 and you want to better prepare yourself for Units 3&4 Maths Methods and Specialist Maths

- Maths Methods
- Maths General
- VCAL Numeracy
- No Maths

- Maths Methods Units 1&2- should be getting at least a B in tests in Methods and on the Yr 10 Methods exam.
- This leads To Maths Methods and Specialist Maths at Yr 12

- Maths General Units 1&2-
- should have achieved above C in tests for General Maths at Yr10 or completed Maths Methods at Yr10
- This leads to Further Mathematics in Yr12

- Intended for highly capable maths students who would like to do a 3&4 maths in Yr 11
- You must be sure that you will be doing Maths Methods in Yr 12 (as you won’t be able to do Further Maths in Yr12 if you’ve already done it in Yr11)
- You must have done Yr10 Advanced Maths and be recommended by your teacher.

- Advice from your current maths teacher
- Possible maths prerequisites for tertiary study
- Be realistic. Your performance NOW, not when you work harder or get a tutor, is your best measure of what course is in your best interests.