Our commitment

What is offered at our School?

  • Adult environment
  • Individual attention
  • Regular diagnostic tests
  • Professional teaching
  • Competitive rates
  • Small class size
  • Free email help, every day till late
  • Free learning support, Tuesdays, 4:30pm to 6:30pm


 Our timetables for 2017-8

Yr 12 Mathematics & Extension 1:

Saturday, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Sunday, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Yr 12 Mathematics Extension 2:

Saturday, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Sunday, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm



 Our schedule
  • 2017-8
    1st term: 15/7/2017 - 17/9/2017
    2nd term: 7/10/2017 - 17/12/2017 (off 25+26/11)
    3rd term: 27/1/2018 - 1/4/2018
    4th term: 28/4/2018 - 1/7/2018


  • We will be closing our business on 30/6/2018, due to Terry's retirement.



     Our staff


    All Year 12 Maths classes are taught by Mr. Terry Lee (B.Sc, M.Ed.), who is the author of the popular 4-unit textbook "Advanced Mathematics". He is a former teacher and head teacher in New Zealand (Wairoa College, Christchurch Girls HS) and NSW (Cabramatta HS, Sir Joseph Banks HS, St Mary's Senior HS, Newington College). He is also a former senior HSC marker.


    This is a collection of interesting problems aimed to improve your problem solving skills and simultaneously stimulate your interest in Mathematics.

    Question 1: Some simple problems.

    a) Simplify (x – a)(x – b)(x – c) . . . (x – z)

    b) If you had only one match and entered a dark room in which there were a kerosene lamp and a candle. Which one should you light first?

    c) You have fifteen cents in two coins. One of them is not a five cent coin. What are the coins?

    d) There is three errers in this sentence. Can you find them all?

    e) In a year how many months have 31 days, how many months have 30 days and how many months have 28 days?

    f) You have three cups of coffee and fourteen lumps of sugar. You have to sweeten the cups using an odd number of lumps in each cup. How can you do it? (You must use all the lumps)

    g) Can I find a trick recalling pi easily?


    a) 0, as (x – x) is a factor, which is equal to 0. Anything multiplied by 0 is 0.

    b) The match.

    c) The other coin is 5c, and this one is 10c.

    d) Is, Errers, and the fact that there are only two errors makes this another error.

    e) Seven months have 31 days, eleven months have 30 days and all twelve months have 28 days.

    f) Put a lump in the first cup, a lump in the second cup and all twelve lumps in the third cup. This is a very odd number (to put 12 lumps in a cup of coffee).

    g) Count the words (Count the number of letters in the question and answer sentences: 3 1 4 1 5 9 2 6 5 3 5).


    Question 2: Time measurements.

    a) You have two hourglasses, a four minute glass and a seven minute glass. You want to measure nine minutes using the two glasses. How do you do it?

    b) You have two incenses which last one hour each. How do you use them to measure 45 minutes?


    a) Start both hourglasses. When the four minute glass runs out (4 minutes elapsed), turn it over. When the seven minute glass runs out (7 minutes elapsed) turn it over. When the four minute glass runs out the second time (8 minutes elapsed), turn the seven minute glass over (it has run for only 1 minute). When it stops, nine minutes have elapsed.

    b) Burn both ends of an incense and only one end of the other incense. When the first incense burns out, (30 minutes elapsed), burn the other end of the second incense. When it burns out, it's 45 minutes.


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