Nayland College

Nayland College - Mathematics

Home . Year 9 . Year 10 . Level 1 . Level 2 . L3 Statistics . L3 Maths . L3 Calculus . About . Links

NZAMT NZQA NZ Grapher NZ Maths Census at School Study It

1.1 Number | 1.2 Algebra Methods | 1.3 Relationships & Graphs | 1.4 Algebra Applications | 1.5 Measurement | 1.6 Geometric Reasoning | 1.7 Triangles | 1.8 Geometric Representation | 1.9 Transformations | 1.10 Multivariate Data | 1.11 Bivariate Data | 1.12 Chance & Data | 1.13 Probability

Level 1 Mathematics

Nayland College Courses

Link to Nayland Subject Selection site

1A Maths
An academic course with emphasis on algebra. Also covering graphing, number, trigonometry, geometry, statistics and probability. This course is required for students who wish to advance to Level 3 Mathematics. A scientific calculator is essential.

1.1 Number AS 91026 Int (4 credits)
1.2 Algebra AS 91027 Ext (4 credits)
1.3 Graphs AS 91028 Ext (4 credits)
1.4 Linear Algebra AS 91029 Int (3 credits)
1.11 Bivariate Data AS 91036 Intl (3 credits)
1.12 Chance and data AS 91037 Ext (4 credits)

1S Maths
This course provides students with a general level of mathematics and can prepare them for continued study as far as Level 2. The emphasis is on practical applications.  A scientific calculator is essential. Students in 1S are usually those who have found the subject challenging in Years 9 and 10. Students in 1S can continue to 1A in the following year before moving on to Level 2 Mathematics.

1.1 Number AS91026 Int (4 credits)
1.5 Measurement AS91030 Int (3 credits)
1.10 Multivariate Data AS91035 Internal (3 credits)
1.11 Bivariate Data AS91036 Internal (3 credits)???
1.13 Probability AS91038 Internal (3 credits)
Numeracy Unit Standards

1F Maths
This course is designed for students who have experienced very little success in mathematics. It is hoped that students will learn to enjoy mathematics. It provides a general overview of the subject with an emphasis on number and practical applications. A scientific calculator is essential. Students in 1P may not advance to Level 2 mathematics in the following year.

Numeracy Unit Standards

How to study

Success hacks - 10 simple study ideas

Why to take notes (The basics) then... How to Take Notes in Class: The 5 Best Methods - Outline method (computer good), Cornell style (good for paper), Mind map (visual learners), Flow method (holistic learning)

Study Less Study Smart: A 6-Minute Summary | 8 Advanced Tips

10 Study Tips for Your Next Exam: Test prep ritual, brain dump, summary, quiz, simulation, exercise, time, organise day.
How to Study for Finals PLAN before you DO - How much time, what, order, priorities, intensity, actionable steps

Test Anxiety: How to Take On Your Exams Without Stress

When You Just CAN'T Motivate Yourself to Study


NuLake workbooks with notes, examples & practice problems

D&D resources practice assessments & questions

Walker math workbooks (we will use these in 2016)


Developed by the Legend Jake Willis specifically for NCEA maths. Runs on any device.

Excel Excel is one of the most widely used programs globally. Learn the basics.

Link to iNZight site iNZight free download and videos on how to get started This can be saved and run from a USB (no computer installation needed) Videos and 'getting started' available from iNZight web site.
iNZight tips and tricks page




For Fun...


back to top