Top maths learner met Admaths man

2015-06-04 06:01
=Peet Pretorius, public Relations co-ordinator of Admaths and Lyle Ressouw. 

=Peet Pretorius, public Relations co-ordinator of Admaths and Lyle Ressouw. Photo: SUPPLIED

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Advanced Programme Mathematics (APMaths) teaches maths as an extra subject to grade 9 to 12 learners to prepare them adequately for university first year maths.

It is of great help to those who want to pursue a career in maths, engineering, actuarial science, technology or related fields. The subject bridges the gap between the school curriculum and university first year maths, ensuring better marks from day one of tertiary studies.

Muir College Boys’ High School 2014 matriculant, Lyle Ressouw participated in the Admaths programme last year. He was ranked first in the 2014 Admaths class of over 3 000 students with a remarkable 96%.

Lyle recently met Peet Pretorius, public Relations co-ordinator of Admaths, for an informal awards ceremony. The top achievers enjoyed a brunch in Stellenbosch where Lyle is presently studying Actuarial Science at Stellenbosch University


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