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FREE Maths Methods Unit 4 Success Webinar (By 50ers)
« on: July 12, 2022, 05:43:21 pm »
Hey everyone!

With Term 3 now beginning, we’re already more than halfway through the school year! With the prospect of sitting exams looming closer and closer, James and I are going to be hosting another webinar to give you the ultimate advantage heading into Unit 4.

Thanks to the hundreds of you that attended our last webinar, we’re so grateful for the feedback and as promised, we will run another one.

This FREE webinar will cover everything you need to know from the intuition of Unit 4. We won’t be focusing on the details nor even looking at specific questions. It’s impossible to teach everything in a mere hour, and anyone would forget it by the time they reach the topic at school. Rather, we will be taking you through all the big picture concepts intuitively and visually, so that when you do study it in detail, everything will instantly “click”.

We will also provide tips and tricks for final exam prep, and you will have an opportunity at the end to ask us any questions!

The webinar will take place 18th of July, 7 pm. Check out this link to secure a spot now!
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Re: FREE Maths Methods Unit 4 Success Webinar (By 50ers)
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2022, 04:59:09 pm »

We're fast approaching the capacity for Teams, so make sure to secure your spot ASAP if you're interested!

Hope to see many of you there tomorrow night :D
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