We have added notes on wave-fronts, momentum and energy on our Physics page. We hope they will be of assistance!
Notes on 10 Afrikaans poems examined by the IEB are available on our Poësie page, including our latest addition to the list: Andre Letoit’s “In en Uit”. We hope that the notes will be of help to you as you prepare for tomorrow’s exam.
We’d like to thank Mawanda Mase and Richard McLean for their helping hand in translating a large proportion of the Xhosa poetry. Thanks for the help guys!
Inkedama, Imbalela, Umz’ Omtsha and Umzimba Wam have all been added to our poetry list on the Xhosa literature page. Take a look!
A small reminder for all you IEB bees that next week there is Xhosa 1, History 2 and Afrikaans 1.
Take a look at the pages so you can drop some heavy knowledge!
It was in May of this year that, after many months of thinking and procrastinating, I finally created this blog with the vision of providing high-quality study notes to high school students. Originally, I had thought it would be little work: I make notes anyway, so it won’t be any great amount of bother to put them on the internet (I think it’s safe to say that I have never been more wrong).
That was 5 months ago and, in that time, many things have changed. I discovered that taking my notes and making them comprehensible (read: useful) to the general public is actually pretty damn difficult. So I began working straight from the textbooks/class notes I have. I took on a partner, turning this blog into a team effort – it was in June that “The Consulting Student” became “The Consulting Students”. My partner-in-crime is a real asset to this site: without his help, it would not boast as wide a range of notes as it does today.
June also saw us writing exams. And our view counter counted 1359 views, mostly from our school. It set the record for the most views on one day: 275.
Now, in October, we face our final Matric exams. We’ve come a long way since we published our small collection of notes – we have views coming in from all over the world (just today we were visited for the first time by a Spanish reader), we have notes from several guest contributors in Afrikaans and Design, among others, and we would like to think that we are something of a ‘household name’ among terrified students.
Tomorrow, IEB Matrics write Life Sciences Paper One, and OBE Matrics write Physics. Today, we have achieved two milestones: 5000 all-time views AND we’ve broken our previous record for the number of views in one day.
If you want to help us continue to supply study notes for your use and make it possible for us to provide them to students without access to the internet or even actual textbooks, feel free to donate to our cause. The PayPal widget on the side should prove useful in that regard.
And finally, we wish the best of luck to all students writing exams in the coming weeks and hope that we will continue to be your port of call for supplies on the long and arduous sea journey to your Matric certificate. If there is anything you require assistance with, please let us know in the comments.
We have just added a new miscellaneous page to our blog. This page will contain all the subjects that do not have a large collection of notes and will mainly be from guest contributors.
Our first, and only, note is on Design History and a special thanks to Nikita Batlis for the contribution.
Check it out, you arty types!
The Consulting Students wish to extend their thanks to Kelly Fischer, who was so kind as to donate her notes on a wide range of Afrikaans poems for your use. May they serve you well!
Despite a busy schedule, we still manage to find the time to share our study notes with you. And, in recent days, we’ve added a good amount of content to our list:
- Linear programming over on our Maths Paper One page
- Evolution of humankind, on our Grade 12 Life Sciences page
- AP English quotes lists, from works such as The Great Gatsby, Saturday, The Scarlet Letter, Boesman and Lena and A Doll’s House
We hope that these notes will be useful, and help you pass an exam or two.