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Junior Cycle - Mathematics

Subject Group: Science
These subjects demonstrate how to explore nature using carefully planned methods, and teach the basic methods and findings of scientific investigation.

Brief Description:

In Mathematics, you will develop your problem-solving skills and your ability to present logical arguments. You will be better able to use what you learned in Mathematics in real life situations in everyday life and work.


How will Mathematics be useful to me?

Studying mathematics prepares you for business calculations, for handling your money sensibly and for courses in sciences, engineering and technology. You should see mathematics as an opportunity to strengthen your thinking skills.




Note: The Revised Junior Certificate Mathematics Syllabus for Examination in 2015 and in 2016 are available through the 'Course Outline' link below.



Course Outline
View / Download Mathematics Factsheet [pdf file]
View / Download full curriculum [pdf file]
http://www.pdst.ie/node/147

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