This is ideal for a student who needs to:
The accredited brainMATHS Study Programme that offers students an unique opportunity to grasp this important subject, is available for purchase.
Prescribed content for subjects is available for purchase either as ebooks via your personal ebook library, or as hard-copies. These approved textbooks from well-known publishing houses, have been hand-selected to best assist students to excel.
Examination demarcations are available as proposed subject work schedules.
Supervision by an independent invigilator, registered with Brainline by the student, is required during tests and examinations.
Students who require a pass in one or two subjects in order to be promoted to Grade 11 or 12 must enrol to write the Session 1 Supplementary Examinations in January of the new academic year.
Students who enrol with Brainline during an academic year, and are required to write a Supplementary Examination, must enrol for the first available session. These sessions are scheduled in June/July and in October/November.
Culture and Arts
Engineering and Computer Sciences
Mathematics is highly recommended.
Mathematics is compulsory.
Mathematics is recommended.
You need to attend a compulsory scheduled oral session in Grade 12 at one of our five branches.
Computer Applications Technology
– Requires the full professional version of Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. Microsoft Office 365 containing these full versions will also be accepted.
– Compulsory practical examination in Grade 12 at a Brainline branch.
A compulsory practical workshop in Grade 10–12 at a designated Brainline branch. Additional fees apply.
Compulsory practical examinations in Grade 12 at a designated Brainline branch. Additional fees apply.
Life Sciences is recommended.
Engineering Graphics and Design
Additional software required: TurboCAD 21 Deluxe. An A3 printer is required.
The student must have access to his/her instrument, must have passed at least Grade 2 theory and practical from an accredited examination board, and must be receiving private lessons that focus on (at least) Grade 3 theory and practice.
– Grade 10–12: Access to a qualified international Level 1 instructor for practical assessments.
– Grade 10–11: Competing in graded or equivalent shows at Novice Level.
– Grade 12: Competing in graded or equivalent shows above Novice Level.
– Regular riding lessons.
Basic conversational fluency is required.
As this is a First Additional Language subject, the curriculum does not teach basic skills, but focusses on grammar, writing skills and literature.
|Supplementary examinations for Grade 10 and 11||Price|
|Grade 10 examination fee (per subject)||R1 615|
|Grade 11 examination fee (per subject)||R1 615|