## Math heuristics students should master before the next academic term

###### Fees:

$90 for Model Math students and SAFRA members

$110 for non-Model Math students

###### Number Of Lessons:

1 Lesson x 3 Hours

**Problem-Sums Concept**

- Grouping
- Supposition
- Comparison of Quantity and Units
- External Transfer – Given Equal Units in the end
- External Transfer – Given Equal Units at first
- Internal Transfer – Small Group to Big Group
- Internal Transfer – Big Group to Small Group

## Math heuristics students should master before the next academic term

###### Fees:

$90 for Model Math students and SAFRA members

$110 for non-Model Math students

###### Number Of Lessons:

1 Lesson x 3 Hours

**Problem-Sums Concept**

- Whole numbers – Supposition
- Whole numbers – Comparison concept
- Fractions – Fractions as values
- Fractions – Part and Whole
- Fractions – Comparison of Quantity
- Fractions – Remainder
- Decimals – Simultaneous concept
- Decimals – Interval concept
- Area and perimeter
- Time

## Math heuristics students should master before the next academic term

###### Fees:

$100 for Model Math students and SAFRA members

$120 for non-Model Math students

###### Number Of Lessons:

1 Lesson x 3 Hours

**Problem-Sums Concept**

- Whole numbers – Comparison models
- Fractions – Remainder Theory
- Fractions – Values and units
- Ratio – Common base (Common identity)
- Ratio – Quantity and value
- Ratio – Before, Change and After
- Percentage – Percentage change
- Percentage – GST
- Percentage – Discount
- Percentage – Percentage on percentage
- Average, Redistribution Method

## Challenging Heuristic Problem-Sums

###### Fees:

$100 for Model Math students and SAFRA members

$120 for non-Model Math students

###### Number Of Lessons:

1 Lesson x 3 Hours

This 3-hour lesson is tailored to introduce students to higher-order problem-solving scenarios constructed to integrate four key mathematical concepts: Fractions, Decimals, Ratios, and Percentages.

The primary objective of this holiday programme is to challenge students’ understanding of these topics, fostering a deeper grasp of their interrelations and enhancing their proficiency in handling complex mathematical problem sums.