Secondary education is a stage where students discover their strengths and interests. It is also the final stage of compulsory mathematics education. Students have different needs for and inclinations towards mathematics. For some students, mathematics is just a tool to be used to meet the needs of everyday life. For these students, formal mathematics education may end at the secondary levels. For others, they will continue to learn and need mathematics to support their future learning. For those who aspire to pursue STEM education and career, learning more advanced mathematics early will give them a head start. For these reasons, the goals of the secondary mathematics education are:
To ensure that all students will achieve a level of mastery of mathematics that will enable them to function effectively in everyday life; and
For those who have the interest and ability, to learn more mathematics so that they can pursue mathematics or mathematics-related courses of study in the next stage of education.
There are 5 syllabuses in the secondary mathematics curriculum, catering to the different needs, interests and abilities of students:
O-Level Additional Mathematics
N(A)-Level Additional Mathematics
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