SmarterMaths 2020 HSC Revision Series and Other Updates

Thanks for subscribing to the SmarterMaths Silver Edition programs in 2020.

We have three important updates to announce.

  1. The SmarterMaths 2020 Revision Series begins rolling out today!
  2. Our HSC Minimum Standards program is on track to be released mid-Term 3
  3. A new question filtering tool will be implemented across all products in August (we think you’ll want to see this)

2020 HSC Revision Series

We realise there’s a lot of unrest out there for the class 2020 and wanted to deliver our Comprehension Revision Series early in Term 3. This revision resource can be used as a coverage roadmap into the HSC exam for students.

This series is slightly longer than the 2019 version and provides students with around 10-12 hours of cherry-picked past exam questions by topic to ensure they cover a wide cross-section of the key areas we have identified.

We recommend motivated students aiming for a Band 5 or 6 result should attempt, carefully review and annotate what are extensive and challenging revision worksheets.

You can access the revision resource by clicking the link below. Please note that Standard 2 and Advanced are now fully available and Extension 1 will be uploaded this week (Week 4).

HSC Comprehensive Revision Series

HSC Minimum Standards

Many requests for this program have had us bunkered down to get it rolled out ASAP. The good news is that we’re on track and currently expect to deliver it around week 6.

An email that details the features of the program will be sent closer to the availability date for all schools interested.

Major New Search Feature

We have developed a powerful new search tool that allows you to target database questions in more granular detail. This adds a new dimension to our program and has me excited!

Finding an exact past HSC question or filtering for a group of questions that test students on a specific concept is now incredibly easy, and quick!

One of the great surprises I found in developing this tool is the degree to which granular filtering can work as a powerful analysis tool. As with many features of our program, I will leave it to teachers to explore and exploit this to a much greater degree than I can currently imagine.

Take a look at the video below to see how it works.


Thanks again for your loyalty and subscribing in these tough times!

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