HOW IT WORKS:
If you're a qualifying Learner; your journey to being tutored is illustrated by the icons below.
The startComplete this form as honest as possible.It checks the extent to which you qualify for e-tutoring.
RegistrationAfter recieving your completed form, we will evaluate it and email you a link to get registered for e-tutoring with terms and conditions attached as well as further details.
The platformAfter accepting the terms , you will get login credentials for the e-tutor platform where you will get an onboarding session with the founder.
TutoringOnce you had the e-meet with the founder,you will be exposed to the digital learning material and shedule your first tutorial session alone or by joining a group.
FeedbackAfter the tutorial session, further instructions will be given on how to leave a feedback on how your session went and if you want to book for another session.
Reviewe-tutor team will review and follow up based on your feedback :) meanwhile you carry on consuming digital, interactive ,fun and educational content on the e-tutor platform.
e-Tutor uses the South African National curriculum for NCS (IEB and CAPS) - which is moderated by Umalusi who is the Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education.
Our tutors are all university students working in collaboration with teachers of the subjects listed in the curriculum.
CAPS Grade 10
Concepts related to sole traders| Perpetual inventory system| Calculation and recording of depreciation | Bookkeeping systems of formal and informal tradersost Accounting | Budgeting |VAT | Inventory Systems | Reconciliations | Creditor's payment
Algebraic expressions|Exponents | Equations and Inequalities | Number Patterns | Analytical Geometry | Functions | Trigonometry | Measurement| Finance, growth and decay | Eucledean geometry | Statistics | Probability
Classifications of matter | States of matter| Kinetic molecular theory | The atom | The periodic theory| Chemical bonding| Transverse pulses | Transverse waves | Longitudinal waves | Sound | Electromagnetic radiation | Electostatics | Physical & chemical change | Electric circuit | Vectors and Scalars | Motion in 1D |The lithosphere | The hydrosphere
CAPS Grade 11
Reconciliations | Fixed Assets | Partnerships | Clubs | Cost Accounting | Budgeting |VAT | Inventory Systems | Cash budget | Creditor's payment | Debtor's collection
Exponents and surds| Equations and Inequalities | Number Patterns | Analytical Geometry | Functions | Trigonometry | Measurement| Linear Programming | Finance, growth and decay | Eucledean geometry | Statistics | Probability
Vectors in 2D | Newton's laws | Atomic combination | Intermolecular forces | Geometrical optics | 2D and 3D wavefronts | Ideal gases | Quantitative aspects of chemical change | Electrostatics | Electromagnetism | Electric circuits | Energy & chemical change | Types of reactions |The lithosphere
CAPS Grade 12
Companies | Final Accounts | Financial Statements | Audit Reports | Ethics | Fixed Assets | Close corporation| Internal control | Inventory systems| Reconciliations | Value Added Tax | Unit Costs | Break Even | Budgeting | Trading, Profit and Loss Statement |Production Cost statement
Sequence & series | Functions | Finance | Trigonometry | Polynomials | Differential Calculus | Analytical Geometry | Eucledean geometry | Statistics | Probability
Momentum & Impulse | Vertical projectile motion in 1D | Organic Molecules | Work, energy & power | Doppler Effect | Rae & Extent or Reaction | Chemical Equilibruim | Acids and Bases |Electric circuits | Electrodynamics | Optical phenomena & properties of matter | Electrochemical reactions | The chemical industry