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FORM 4 ADD MATHS

No.

Description
1 Functions
1.1 Relations
1.2 Functions
1.3 Absolute Value Functions
1.4 Composite Functions
1.5 Inverse Functions
Self-Test
Test

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2 Quadratic Equations
2.1 Quadratic Equations & their Roots
2.2 Solving Quadratic Equations
2.3 Formation of Quadratic Equations from Roots
2.4 Conditions for the Types of Roots of Quadratic
Equations
Self-Test
Test
3 Quadratic Functions
3.1 Quadratic Functions and their Graphs
3.2 Max and Min values of Quadratic Functions
3.3 Sketching Graphs of Quadratic Functions
3.4 Quadratic Inequalities
Self-Test
Test
4 Simultaneous Equations
4.1 Simulataneous Equations in Two Unknowns: a linear
equation and a non-linear equation
4.2 Simultaneous Equations involving Real life situations
Self-Test
Test
5 Indices and Logarithms
5.1 Indices and law of indices
5.2 Logarithms and Laws of Logarithms
5.3 Changing the Base of Lgarithms
5.4 Solving equations that involve indices and logarithms
Self-Test
Test
6 Coordinate Geometry
6.1 Distance betw Two Points
6.2 Division of a Line Segment
6.3 Areas of Polygons
6.4 Equations of Straight Lines
6.5 Parallel Lines & Perpendicular Lines
6.6 Equation of Locus taht involves Dstance betw Two
Lines
Self-Test
Test

27-Aug

2-Sep

31-Aug
2-Sep

1-Sep
2-Sep

7 Statistics
7.1 Measures of Central Tendency
7.2 Mean, Mode, Median of Ungrouped and Grouped Data
7.3 Effects of Data Changes on Measures of Central
Tendency
7.4 Measures of Dispersion
7.5 Range & Interquartile Range of Grouped Data
7.6 Standard Deviation and Variance
7.7 Effects of Data Changes on Measures of Dispersion
Self-Test
Test

3-Sep

4-Sep

6-Sep
8-Sep

7-Sep
8-Sep

8 Circular Measure
8.1 Radians
8.2 Length of An Arc of a Circle
8.3 Area of a Sector of a Circle
Self-Test
Test

9-Sep

9-Sep

10-Sep
13-Sep

11-Sep
13-Sep

14-Sep

16-Sep

17-Sep
20-Sep

18-Sep
22-Sep

23-Sep

23-Sep

24-Sep

25-Sep

9 Differentiation
9.1 Concept of Tangents to a Curve and its Relation to
Differentiation
9.2 Differentiation of the Function y=axn; Diff of the Sum
and Difference of Algebraic Functions
9.3 Diff of the Product and Quotient of Algebraic Functions;
Diff of Composite Functions; Chain Rule
9.4 Gradients of Tangents; Equations of Tangents and
Normals
9.5 Second Order Differentiation, Turning Points, Max and
Min Points
9.6 Problems on Maxima and Minima
9.7 Related Rates of Change
9.8 Small Changes and Approximations
Self-Test
Test
10 Solution of Triangles
10.1 Sine Rule
10.2 Cosine Rule
10.3 Areas of Triangles
10.4 Three Dimensional Geometry
Self-Test
Test
11 Index Numbers
11.1 Index Numbers
11.2 Composite Indices
Self-Test
Test

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FORM 4 Physics
No.

Description
1 Intro Physics
1.1 Intro
1.2 Base Quantities & Derived Quantities
1.3 Scalar & Vector Quantities
1.4 Measurements
1.5 Scientific Investigations
2 Forces & Motion
2.1 Linear Motion
2.2 Motion Graphs
2.3 Inertia
2.4 Momentum
2.5 Effects of Force
2.6 Impulse & Impulsive Force
2.7 Safety Features in Vehicles
2.8 Gravity
2.9 Forces in Equilibrium
2.10 Work, Energy, Power
2.11 Importance of Maximizing the Efficiency of Devices
2.12 Elasticity
A Open Book Test
B Test
3 Forces & Pressure
3.1 Pressure
3.2 Liquid Pressure
3.3 Gas Pressure & Atmosphere Pressure
3.4 Pascal's Principle
3.5 Archimedes Principle
3.6 Bernoulli's Principle
4 Heat
4.1 Thermal Equilibrium
4.2 Specific Heat Capacity
4.3 Specific Latent Heat
4.4 Gas Laws
5 Light
5.1 Reflection of Light
5.2 Refraction of Light
5.3 Total Internal Reflection
5.4 Lenses

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21-Aug
23-Aug

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16-Aug
21-Aug
270

FORM 4 Biology
No.

Description
1 Intro Biology
1.1 Intro
1.2 Scientific Investigation
2 Cell
2.1 Cell Structure & Function
2.2 Cell Organisation
2.3 Uniqeness of Cell
A Open Book Test
B Test
3 Movement of Substances across Plasma
Membrane
3.1 Movement of Substances across Plasma
Membrane
3.2 Movement of Substances across Plasma
Membrane in Everyday Life
3.3 Appreciating the Movement of Substances across
Plasma Membrane.
4 Chemical Composition of the Cell
4.1 Chemical Composition of the Cell
4.2 Carbohydrates
4.3 Proteins
4.4 Lipids
4.5 Enzymes
4.6 The Importance of Chemical Composition in Cells
5 Cell Division
5.1 Mitosis
5.2 Meiosis
5.3 Formation of Covalent Bonds
5.4 Appreciating Movement of Chromosomes during
Mitosis and Meiosis
6 Nutrition
6.1 Types of Nutrition
6.2 Balanced Diet
6.3 Malnutrition
6.4 Food Digestion
6.5 Absorption & Assimilation of Digested Food
6.6 Formation of Faeces & Defaecation
6.7 Evaluating Eating Habits
6.8 Importance of Healthy Digestive System
6.9 Importance of Macronutrients & Micronutrients in
Plants
6.10 Photosynthesis
6.11 Mechanism of Photosynthesis
6.12 Factors affecting Photosynthesis
6.13 A caring attitude towards Plants

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6.14 Technology used in Food Production


6.15 Technological Develeopment in Food Processing
7 Respiration
7.1 Respiratory Process in Energy Production
7.2 a) Repsiratory Structures & b) Breathing
Mechanism in Humans & Animals
7.3 a) Gaseous Exchange across the Respiratory
Surfaces and b) Transport of Gases in Humans
7.4 The Regulatory Mechanism in Respiration
7.3 The importance of Maintaining aHealthy Respiratory
System
7.4 Respiration in Plants
8 Dynamic Ecosystem
8.1 Abiotic & Biotic Components of the Environment
8.2 The Process of Colonisation and Succession in an
Ecosystem
8.3 Population Ecology
8.4 Biodiversity
8.5 The Impact of Microorganisms on Life
8.6 Appreciating Biodiversity
9 Endangered Ecosystem
9.1 Human Activities that endanger an Ecosystem
9.2 The Greenhouse Effect and the Thinning of the
Ozone Layer
9.3 Management of Development Activities vs
Ecosystem

FORM 4 Chemistry
No.

Description
1 Intro Chemistry
1.1 Intro
1.2 Scientific Method
1.3 Scientific Attitudes & Values in conducting
Investigations
2 Structure of Atom
2.1 Matters
2.2 Atomic Structure
2.3 Isotopes
2.4 Electronic Structure of an Atom
2.5 Orderliness & Uniqeness of Atomic Structure
A Open Book Test
B Test
3 Chemical Formula & Equations
3.1 Relative Atomic Mass & Relative Molecular Mass
3.2 No. of Moles vs No. of Particles
3.3 No. of Moles of a Substance vs Mass
3.4 No. of Moles of a Gas vs Volume
3.5 Chemical Formula
3.6 Chemical Equation
3.7 Scientific Attitudes & Values in Investigating Matter
4 Periodic Table of Elements
4.1 Periodic Table
4.2 Group 18 Elements
4.3 Group 1 Elements
4.4 Group 17 Elements
4.5 Elements in a Period
4.6 Transition Elements
4.7 Existence of Elements & Compounds
5 Chemical Bonds
5.1 Formation of Compounds
5.2 Formation of Ionic Bonds
5.3 Formation of Covalent Bonds
5.4 The properties of Ionic Compounds & Covalent
Compounds
6 Electrochemistry
6.1 Electrolytes & non-Electrolytes
6.2 Electrolysis of Molten Compounds
6.3 Electrolysis of Aqueous Solutions
6.4 Electrolysis in Industries
6.5 Voltaic Cells
6.6 Electrochemical Series
6.7 Awareness when handling Chemicals used in
Electrochemical Industries

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7 Acids and Bases


7.1 Properties Acids & Bases
7.2 Strength Acids & Bases
7.3 Concentration Acids & Bases
7.4 Neutralisation
8 Salts
8.1 Salts
8.2 Qualitative Analysis of Salts
8.3 Correct Methods in Salt Analysis
9 Manufactured Substances in Industry
9.1 Sulphuric Acid
9.2 Ammonia & Salts
9.3 Alloys
9.4 Sythetic Polymers
9.5 Glass & Ceramics
9.6 Composite Materials
9.7 Other Synthetic Industrial Materials