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In this course the student will complete the journey started 3 years ago and finish building a foundational mathematical knowledge that will allow him or her to approach and overcome any mathematical challenge he or she might encounter in the course of studying a scientific or technical degree.

The course is divided into five sections: Algebra, Geometry, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus and Probability. The student will find that much of the matter was dealt with in the previous course, and is advised to focus on the new content and on refining his or her skills in order to excel in the test.

The approach of the course is:

Explaining the subject matter in a way that is coherent with the previous knowledge and also with the future, that is, avoiding the need for corrections or modifications of the concepts that arise from an initially incomplete explanation or definition.

Integrating all the new concepts and skills with the already acquired ones. This means that the evaluation of each concept will not be limited to understanding it but also to be able to use it and handle it when other concepts are involved. Example: in the resolution of systems of equations the students will need to solve systems of equations containing fractions and radicals, since these concepts have been studied previously.

Practicing through exercise to the extreme, giving the student a gradual and extensive range of exercises that allow him or her to master all the aspects of the learned skills at his or her own pace.


In this course the student will learn the basic concepts and skills that will allow him to complete the subsequent course, therefore obtaining a mathematical foundation intended to suffice for any technical or scientific studies.

Even though the contents are somewhat accessory to the next course, they are still part of the core of the foundation, provide completeness to the trigonometry section, expand algebra, settle derivatives and introduce integration.

The approach of the course is:

Explaining the subject matter in a way that is coherent with the previous knowledge and also with the future, that is, avoiding the need for corrections or modifications of the concepts that arise from an initially incomplete explanation or definition.

Integrating all the new concepts and skills with the already acquired ones. This means that the evaluation of each concept will not be limited to understanding it but also to be able to use it and handle it when other concepts are involved. Example: in the resolution of systems of equations the students will need to solve systems of equations containing fractions and radicals, since these concepts have been studied previously.

Practicing through exercise to the extreme, giving the student a gradual and extensive range of exercises that allow him or her to master all the aspects of the learned skills at his or her own pace.


In this course you will start the journey through mathematics, a journey that will have the goal of providing the foundational mathematics that will allow you to tackle any mathematical challenge you may encounter in your academic life, be it in a scientific or a technical degree.

The approach of the course is:

Explaining the subject matter in a way that is coherent with the previous knowledge and also with the future, that is, avoiding the need for corrections or modifications of the concepts that arise from an initially incomplete explanation or definition.

Integrating all the new concepts and skills with the already acquired ones. This means that the evaluation of each concept will not be limited to understanding it but also to be able to use it and handle it when other concepts are involved. Example: in the resolution of systems of equations the students will need to solve systems of equations containing fractions and radicals, since these concepts have been studied previously.

Practicing through exercise to the extreme, giving the student a gradual and extensive range of exercises that allow him or her to master all the aspects of the learned skills at his or her own pace.

In this course you will learn and master the mathematical knowledge and skills considered necessary for 15-year-old students who would go on to study a technical or scientific degree.

The approach of the course has been slightly modified to include some knowledge and skills (such as using calculation spreadsheets) and also discarding others (such as certain quick mental calculations) that have been deemed unworthy of the effort. However, the approach is to learn each new skill and to master it alone and combined with all the previously learned ones, therefore giving the student a solid instruction and training that will prove reliable in his or her future challenges.


Course primarily intended for Maths 3C in SP2.


This is the initial course for Spanish. If you haven't studied any Spanish before, you're welcome to join.

The course is heavy in vocabulary, grammar and exercises, and it makes use of whatever knowledge you already have.

By the end of the course you should be able to (among others) build simple sentences, alter names and adjectives to fit gender and number, conjugate regular verbs and describe simple situations.

The course is fundamental, that is, is intended for further knowledge and skills to be built upon it.