Frequently asked questions

What is the IEB Examination?

Q: What is the IEB Examination?

A: The IEB Grade 12 National Senior Certificate is equivalent to Cambridge AS level. Advanced Programme Mathematics in the IEB NSC is equivalent to the Cambridge A-Levels. Learners that write and pass the IEB Examination for the Advanced Programme Mathematics, receive an accredited certificate, equal to the Cambridge A-Level Mathematics.

What is the IEB?

Q: What is the IEB?

A: The IEB (Independent Examination Board) is a South African assessment agency that is accredited by Umalusi for examinations in schooling and adult education.

How do the AdMaths fees work?

Q: How do the AdMaths fees work?

A: A yearly fee is divided into monthly instalments in order to make payment easier for the client. You do not pay per class.

What happens if I can't attend my class this week?

Q: What happens if I can't attend my class this week?

A: Non-migratable area: Catch up the lesson on your own, available on the website. Migratable area: Request permission at system@admaths.co.za to migrate to another centre if thete is a suitable time slot.

What procedure should I follow if I want to resign from AdMaths?

Q: What procedure should I follow if I want to resign from AdMaths?

A: Send an email to system@admaths.co.za to request the resignation.

Will the subject appear on my Senior Certificate?

Q: Will the subject appear on my Senior Certificate?

A: No. It´s not part of the National Curriculum.

How do I get my results?

Q: How do I get my results?

A: Results will be sent via email, and you will also be able to access your results by logging onto the AdMaths website. Your mark will be displayed next to your student number under the Results tab on your profile on the AdMaths website.

How are my marked scripts returned to me?

Q: How are my marked scripts returned to me?

A: Class Access. Your facilitator will mark your tutorials and hand them back in class. Your test scripts will be emailed to you. Online Only. The office marks your tutorials and tests and email the scripts back.

Is my school calculator sufficient?

Q: Is my school calculator sufficient?

A: Yes, but the Casio fx-991ZA PLUS is highly recommended.

What requirements do I need to fulfill to move onto the next year?

Q: What requirements do I need to fulfill to move onto the next year?

A: Your mark must be at least 40%.

Where do I write my quarterly tests?

Q: Where do I write my quarterly tests?

A: AdMaths uses designated examination venues. We notify the learners via email where they will be writing.

How do I obtain the course material?

Q: How do I obtain the course material?

A: You can download the lessons from the AdMaths website in PDF format and the lessons are available in Afrikaans and English. Printed notes can also be ordered per term.

How much time do I need to spend on AdMaths weekly?

Q: How much time do I need to spend on AdMaths weekly?

A: Approximately three hours per week.

Will AdMaths count on my school report?

Q: Will AdMaths count on my school report?

A: It depends on your school. Submit a query to us concerning your school's report placement policy at system@admaths.co.za.

What percentage should I obtain in Mathematics to be an AdMaths candidate?

Q: What percentage should I obtain in Mathematics to be an AdMaths candidate?

A: Strictly 75% and higher. (Please note: This only applies to Mathematics, not Mathematical Literacy.)

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