Grade 11 : Mathematical Studies SL (Term exam syllabus)

## Grade 11 : Mathematical Studies SL (Term exam syllabus)

Dear Parents and Students,

Please find below the details of the syllabus of Mathematical Studies SL for the 1st Term examination of 2018-2019.

Syllabus (according to Mathematical Studies SL subject guide):
1) Number & Algebra
2) Geometry & Trigonometry

There will be two papers for Mathematical Studies SL. Please check the following details of each component :

Paper 1 (60 Marks – 50% weightage – 60 minutes)

Students are allowed to use GDC in this paper.
Questions will be short response based.

Paper 2 (60 Marks – 50% weightage – 60 minutes)

Students are allowed to use GDC in this paper as well. Majority of questions will require GDC to solve the questions.
This paper contains extended response type of questions. Questions will contain amalgamated concepts of interrelated units.

Important Note:
Each student will be given a clean copy of the formula booklet during the examination.
Marks may be awarded for method, accuracy, answers and reasoning, including interpretation.
Where an answer is incorrect, some marks may be given for correct method, provided this is shown by written working. All students are therefore advised to show their working.
Students are requested to carry all necessary resources during exam. Sharing of resources will not be allowed.

Thanks and Regards,

Utsav Oza.

Grade 10 _ All sections _ International Mathematics- (Extended) _ Weekend homework

## Grade 10 _ All sections _ International Mathematics- (Extended) _ Weekend homework

Dear students,

You are supposed to solve the worksheet which will be posted on Google Classroom. The worksheet is based on the following topics : Circle Theorem, Trigonometry and bearings.

Regards,

Mathathon results 2017-18

## Mathathon results 2017-18

“Mathematics is the music of reason” – James Joseph Sylvester

Mathematics and music! Sounds odd! But no we believe that they go hand in hand, they synergize! And that is why we had a unique competition called “Mathathon which stands for a marathon of Mathematics. We conducted a logical mathematics competition with a soothing music back ground! And trust us it rocked!

Students from grades 7 – 9 competed against each other(in their own grades) and themselves in a contest that tested their logical reasoning and that too at a high speed. Students set a very high benchmark and met it with their zeal, enthusiasm and sincerity. As it was an inter-house event, students participated with high spirits to earn maximum scores for their house. Mathematics was what got them going and music was what supported. Thanks to all SS teachers and the Math team for making it a success!!

RESULTS :

 Grade 7 Name Section House 1st place Tanay Shalin Kapadia Envisage Liberty 2nd place Saksham Rohit Saran Acuity Dignity 3rd place Ananya Manish Khurana Acuity Integrity Manav Ramkishore Bhutra Cognizance Dignity

 Grade 8 Name Section House 1st place Nidhi Rishi Grover Vivacity Integrity 2nd place Aarav Peenal Thakkar Zing Liberty 3rd place Urja Sandip Shah Elan Dignity

 Grade 9 Name Section House 1st place Tanay Vineet Tayal Serendipity Unity 2nd place Dev Kartik Patel Revelation Liberty 3rd place Maulish Ameet Shah Eureka Liberty

Glimpses of the event:

regards,

Mathematics Team

Grade 11 Math Studies SL – Syllabus & Paper style details (Term 1 exam 2017-2018)

## Grade 11 Math Studies SL – Syllabus & Paper style details (Term 1 exam 2017-2018)

Dear Parents and Students,
Please find below the details of the syllabus of Mathematical Studies SL for the 1st Term examination of 2017-2018.
Syllabus for first term examination :
(1) Number & Algebra
(2) Descriptive Statistics
(3) Geometry & Trigonometry

There will be two papers for Mathematical Studies SL for the first term examination:
Paper 1:
Total Marks- 50
Duration- 1 hour
8 compulsory short-response questions based on the topics mentioned above.
Weightage- 50%
Syllabus coverage
• Knowledge of all topics is required for this paper. However, not all topics are necessarily assessed in
every examination session.
• The intention of this paper is to test students’ knowledge and understanding across the breadth of the
syllabus. However, it should not be assumed that the separate topics are given equal emphasis.
Question type
• Questions may be presented in the form of words, symbols, diagrams or tables, or combinations of these.
• Questions of varying levels of difficulty are set.
• One or more steps may be needed to answer each question.
Paper 2:
Total Marks- 50
Duration- 1 hour
3 compulsory extended-response questions based on the topics mentioned above.
Weight-age- 50%
Questions in this section will vary in terms of length and level of difficulty.
Individual questions will not be worth the same number of marks. The marks allocated are indicated at
the start of each question.

Syllabus coverage
• Knowledge of all topics is required for this paper. However, not all topics are necessarily assessed in
every examination session.
• The intention of this paper is to test students’ knowledge and understanding of the syllabus in depth. The
range of syllabus topics tested in this paper may be narrower than that tested in paper 1.
Question type
• Questions require extended responses involving sustained reasoning.
• Individual questions may require knowledge of more than one topic.
• Questions may be presented in the form of words, symbols, diagrams or tables, or combinations of these.
• Normally, each question reflects an incline of difficulty, from relatively easy tasks at the start of aquestion to relatively difficult tasks at the end of a question. The emphasis is on problem-solving.

Important Note:
Calculators:
1) For both examination papers, students will have an access to a GDC at all times.

Mathematical studies SL formula booklet
1) Each student will have access to a clean copy of the formula booklet during the examination.

Awarding of marks
1) In addition to correct answers, marks are awarded for method, accuracy and reasoning.
2) In paper 1, full marks are awarded for each correct answer irrespective of the presence or absence of working.
Where an answer is incorrect, marks are given for correct method. All students should therefore be advised to
show their working.
3) In paper 2, full marks are not necessarily awarded for a correct answer without working. Answers must be
supported by working and/or explanations. Where an answer is incorrect, marks are given for correct method. All students should therefore be advised to show their working.
Feel free to communicate your queries.

Thanks and Regards,
Krishna shethji  & Utsav Oza.