Published at Wednesday, 06 March 2019. Addition. By Noble Alexis.
Thirdly, the syllabus / scheme of work also help you to know your limit on any particular topic. When I say limit I mean areas you're not supposed to touch under any particular topic. For example, a second year secondary/college student is not expected to go beyond the use of measuring instruments to find angles of elevation and depression. The calculation aspect of this will be done later. So a misinformed student would waste precious time looking for ways to calculate angles of elevation and depression instead of measuring them.
It is not advisable for you to go into a personal study period without the syllabus / scheme of work by your side. I will state the advantages of working with the syllabus / scheme of work as mathematics students. Firstly, the syllabus / scheme of work show you at a glance what you're expected to know at every stage of your mathematics life in school. If you know this, you won't waste your time doing what you're not expected to do.
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