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JSS 2 Mathematics | First Term

Say goodbye to tough times with JSS (or JHS) 2 First Term Mathematics.

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  • This Course Includes
  • 24 on-demand video lessons
  • 13 downloadable notes
  • All year access
  • Access on web and mobile app

What you will learn

  • Students should be able to express any whole number in standard form.
  • Find the prime factors of numbers not greater than 200.
  • Find the Lowest Common Multiples (LCM) of numbers and find the Highest Common Factor (HCF) of numbers.
  • Convert simple fractions to ratios, decimals and parentages and vice versa.
  • Solve problems relating to office and household arithmetic.


  • You’ll require good writing materials. You may also need graph sheets, a statistical (or four – figure) table, calculator, working sheet etc. Attentiveness and serious mindedness is also important.


Learn all you need for excellence in JSS (or JHS) 2 First Term Mathematics!

We understand how many learners struggle with mathematics in the conventional classroom setting. Many a times, in a bid to complete the scheme of work, many teachers are unable to explicitly carry every learner along. Some other times, there is insufficient exercise given to students to help them test and perfect their knowledge. In many cases, these oversights negatively affect the eventual capability and interest of students in mathematics for a long time of their academic pursuit. In this lesson, we have taken all these factors out of the way. We have provided/ensured:

  • Adequate time is taken to lay the proper foundational understanding of the concepts
  • Concepts are taught gradually from the easy to the complex
  • Provision of adequate examples, exercise, QUIZZES and ASSIGNMENTS to build personal competence
  • Proper explanation of concepts to furnish understanding and retentiveness
  • Stepwise derivation of formulae
  • Usable memory tips
  • Fun and tension-free learning atmosphere
  • Personal tricks for quick calculations


With our provision of all-year access, on a single purchase you be able to access the contents of this tutorial whenever, wherever and as many times as you need to. Unlike the conventional class, you can actually take the classes as many times as you want.


The topics treated in this tutorial lesson follow the NERDC Scheme of Work for JSS 2 First term Mathematics, stated;

  • Basic Operation of Integers
  • Whole Numbers and Decimal Numbers, Multiples and Factors
  • LCM & HCF and Perfect Squares
  • Fractions as Ratios, Decimals and Percentages
  • Household Arithmetic Relating to Profit, Interest, Discount and Commission
  • Approximation of Numbers Rounding off to Decimal Places, Significant Figures
  • Multiplication and Division of Directed Numbers
  • Algebraic Expressions
  • Algebraic Fractions (Addition and Subtraction)
  • Simple Algebraic Equations


Support is provided also with our ‘Q & A ’ online discussion feature, so that you can interact with the instructor and other learners, should you need help, or desire to help others out.


This tutorial lesson has been worked and carefully designed to ensure that JSS 2 First Term Mathematics becomes a walkthrough for both fresh learners and those who already have a prior knowledge.


Apart from the knowledge you’ll gain, the ‘Q & A’ forum, will also help you interact with other students, like in the regular class. Exciting, isn’t it?


Who This Course is for:

  • Students Preparing to resume into JSS 2 First Term
  • Students who need better understanding of JSS 2 First Term topics
  • Teachers or Tutors who need quick, in-depth revision or study of the topics
  • Parents/Guardians who desire to guide Children or Wards in studying or solving questions from JSS 2 First Term Topics
  • Mathematics enthusiast seeking to keep shape or have firm grip of JSS 2 First Term Mathematics.

This course is part of JSS 2 Course Bundle

Course Content

Whole Numbers
Whole Numbers (Prime factors)
Whole Numbers (LCM and HCF)
Arithmetic in home and offices