# Model Exam for Format in the H1 and H2 papers and explains about it

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Now we see about the JC maths tuition, it was designed in Singapore to develop a sum solution skills and ace the A level maths exam. Under the guidance of the math tutor named Mr.Tan, mostly students are provided with good education and knowledge to acquire skills to tackle a wildly spread a short of syllabus questions taken by the latest syllabus portion. Moreover, students acquire the topical revision phase to understand themselves with the effects of key ideal concepts and formula. Mainly they declared the program provide for students to prove their exam result.  There are two types of students like H1 and H2.  Through the h2 math tuition conduct the exam for students to prove their skills and knowledge.

Format for Model h1 Exam:

There is the only way to conduct the exam to the students and maintaining the one paper that students have to complete in 3 hours. The paper will be available of two sections they are Section A – Pure Mathematics and Section B – Probability and Statistics.

1. Section A contains 40 marks and will add questions from logarithmic and exponential functions and graphing techniques, inequalities, and equations, some differentiation, and integration.
2. Section B having 60 marks and added some include questions from, normal distribution, Poisson distribution, hypothesis testing, sampling, and correlation, binomial distribution, and linear regression.

Most of the students are expected to answer all the questions. Hereby appropriate all students are expected to use the graphing calculator (GC) to visual them in solving the sums set by the questions.

Next format for h2 Exam

There are two paper can provide a set of students have to take in a separate sitting.  Each student is expected to complete must each paper in 3 hours.

1. Paper 1 has questions only from the Pure Mathematics Section of the H2 Mathematics Syllabus. The maximum marks that can belong to 100 marks.
2. Paper 2 consists of two sections – Section A – Pure Mathematics and Section B – Probability and Statistics. Section A will contact 40 marks in this paper while Section B will total up to 60 marks in this paper. The maximum marks containable in this paper are 100 marks.

For each of the sections, having at least two questions that involve applications and requirements of Mathematics to real-world contexts, such as finance, sciences, or engineering. The final grade belongs to the average of the marks contained for both papers.

Commonly, Students are expected to answer all the questions from both papers. Hereby suitably, students are expected to use the graphing calculator (GC) to visual aid them in solving the mathematical problems set by the questions. At the tuition center providing good material to the students was clear to them and concise a straight to the point. The explanation was very logical, from basic theory to how they can apply there to exam questions. Practice questions were very well picked as they cover the portion to attend the exam and convey too easy in what is required for exams.