The MATHmechanic, through the Extreme Virtual Campus, offers the following:
Alle dienste en produkte van die eXtreme Virtual Campus is ook beskikbaar in Afrikaans






Alle dienste en produkte van die eXtreme Virtual Campus is ook beskikbaar in Afrikaans






Alle dienste en produkte van die eXtreme Virtual Campus is ook beskikbaar in Afrikaans
Video-memorandums of questions that we find and record from and by our own initiative
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You will automatically be added to the BackChat WhatsApp group using the number(s) you provided.
This group is designed and is maintained to give learners the ability to ask questions such as when they struggle with homework in Maths, or don't understand something - these questions come from you!
It could happen that the MATHmechanic makes a video-memorandum of the question (then it is known as the etutor). You could use the WhatsApp platform simply to ask questions and receive text-based answers as well! Please bear in mind that we cannot offer a time-frame on how long it would take to answer questions, especially if it requires video-memorandums, although we strive to do so within 24 hours. As a result, however, when someone requests help with homework, learners should not depend on the MATHmechanic to do their homework for them....we will answer all the questions though!
It is important that you request explanations of everything, because these principles may be used again later.

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We all know that the best way to prepare for tests is to work through past papers.
TestMe is the MATHmechanic's online test platform, but also much more: Because the tests are written online (cellphone, tablet or computer) the results will be available immediately, and the test can be written many times. The unique facility, however, is that each question has a video-memorandum which is available afterwards, so that the student can view it and learn from any mistakes
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Rather than a single video-memorandum, the CrashCourses are also theory videos, and is packaged in contextual interactive documents where the explanations start at the beginning, and then go through the definitions and examples until it ends with the exercises. Essentially this is a TalkingTextbook where the textbook explains itself to the student using videos. CrashCourses are always theory-related, and could be a single recording, a multi-indexed file or a TalkingTextbook
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