In this course, you will discover your learning style and explore practical methods which can be used to increase your level of success.
Spelling, vocabulary, parts of speech, sentence structure, grammar, mechanics and reading comprehension.
Number theory, computation, algebra, ratio, percents, money, statistics, geometry; measuring time and capacity.
Culture and heritage, physical and social landscapes, industries and technology in the Caribbean and the world.
Matter, forces, machines, ecosystems, plant and animal structures, electricity and natural disasters.
A revision package for students preparing for CPEA including notes, practice tests and mock exams for Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.
Increase your knowledge in English, Mathematics, Science and General Studies. Use this course to build on the foundation laid in Grade 6.
Increase your knowledge in English, Mathematics, Science and General Studies. This course builds on the foundation laid in Form 1.
Learn about important topics in English and Mathematics including Grammar and Mechanics, Essay Writing, Algebra, Measurement and Trigonometry.
An introduction to core concepts in the single sciences: Biology, Chemistry and Physics. This course will help students choose 4th form subjects.
In this course, you will learn about cells, photosynthesis, digestion, respiration, gaseous exchange, transport in plants and animals, excretion and disease.
Learn about states of matter, separating mixtures, atomic structure, the periodic table, bonding, equations, acidity, alkalinity and mole concept.
Learn about motion, newton's laws, linear momentum, work, energy, power, floating, sinking, pressure, heat, floating and sinking.
Learn fundamental grammar and mechanical rules and refine strategies and your ability to present informative and literary discourse.
Learn about number theory and computation, consumer arithmetic, sets, Venn diagrams, measurements, algebra and trigonometry.
Learn about the classified balance sheet, original books of entry, ledgers, the trial balance and how to prepare and analyze financial statements.
Learn about the nature of business, organizational structure, establishing a business, legal aspects of business, marketing and production.
In this course, you will learn about movement, locomotion, irritability, growth, reproduction, development, genetics, variation and heredity.
Learn about rates of reaction, oxidation and reduction, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry (metals and nonmetals) and qualitative analysis.
Learn about waves, optics, electricity, electromagnetism, electronics, atomic structure, radioactivity, nuclear fission and nuclear fusion.
Learn fundamental grammar and mechanical rules and refine strategies for contributing to informative, argumentative and literary discourse.
Students will review algebra, relations and functions then focus mainly on statistics, probability, geometry, trigonometry, Vectors and Matrices.
Learn the principles of accounting for sole traders, partnerships, and companies; end of year adjustments, control systems, and payroll accounting.
Learn more about organizational structure, legal aspects of business, marketing, business finance and the role of governments in business.