Learning Mathematics for Primary students has never been made easier till now. With more than a decade of teaching experience and research into examination techniques/methodologies, we have come up with a comprehensive online programme to help students deal with tough and challenging Mathematics problems in the comfort of the home.
The Mathematics Wizard Programme covers a range of examinable Mathematics topics from Primary 4 to 6. The problem sums are a mixture of routine and challenging problems which are adapted from the examination papers of reputable schools. When the student clicks on a topic that he/she wants to study in the course list page, there will be a list of questions and a video to the right of each question. By clicking on each video, the student will get to watch how the problem is solved step by step with audio explanation. Students are encouraged to replay the video a few times to gain a better understanding of the steps and methodologies applied to solving each of the problems. 
* Please note that this programme will only be ready from February 2014. If you wish to enrol your child in this programme, kindly fill in the contact form and submit to us and we will notify you when the programme is ready. 
LEVEL: PRIMARY 4 WHOLE NUMBER PROBLEM Jim paid a total of $176 for 3 shirts and 4 pairs of shorts. If each pair of shorts costs twice as much as a shirt, how much do 3 pairs of shorts cost? 

LEVEL: PRIMARY 4 FRACTION PROBLEM Colin has 3/4 as many files as Jerald, who has 1/2 as many files as Michael. If the 3 boys have a total of 75 files, how many more files does Michael have than Colin? 

LEVEL: PRIMARY 5
RATIO PROBLEM The ratio of the number of men to the number of ladies in the Science club last year is 2 : 3. This year, 198 new members joined the Science club and there are now 5 times as many men and twice as many ladies as last year. How many members were in the Science club last year? 

LEVEL: PRIMARY 5
PERCENTAGE PROBLEM Stefanie and Tanya shared $64 between themselves. When their mother gave them another $10 each, Tanya had 32% less money than Stefanie. (a) How much money had Tanya in the end? (b) What was the ratio of Tanya's money to Stefanie's money at first? (Give your answer in the simplest form) 

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