This site is especially designed for you - students, teachers,
educators at GCSE, iGCSE, AS, A-Level and IB in the UK and the Commonwealth countries - and the users at high school in the rest of the world.
For IT professionals or novices, there are web development tutorials too: they could be on
The growth of e-learning in the recent times has been exponential, in direct proportion to the rapid evolution of corresponding technologies.
It is already a $50 billion dollar industry - and expanding. The teaching materials that come in the form of YouTube clips have already revolutionized the teaching landscape beyond recognition, while catching up with the traditional teacher as we know of him or her.
The success of this site shows that a traditional teacher and e-learning could be supplementary for a very collectively-constructive role, indeed.
With that key factor in mind, the aim of creating this site has never been, to bombard you with endless text-book contents, which could bore you to the
core; on the contrary, adopting a more pragmatic, intuitive approach has been the ultimate
goal, all along. And it has been a success.
There are tutorials in mathematics and physics at GCSE, iGCSE, AS, A-Level and IB for the main examination boards such as Edexcel, AQA, OCR and MEI, in the UK and the English-speaking Commonwealth countries.
The tutorials are ideal for the students and teachers at High School level or above in the rest of the world as well, as the intellectual fabric that runs through them is common for all.
In addition, there are labs that are fully interactive: for instance, you can, both generate and solve quadratic
equations at the click of a button; you can print randomly generated
worksheets; you can do statistical experiments too while using
statistical calculators; moreover, users can have some fun
playing intellectual games to relieve them of stress, when learning
takes its toll on the them occasionally. Mathematical humour and Maths Challenge are great pages to visit and have fun.
There are digital books on vital subjects too, with plenty of examples. The Book of Electricity that covers the topics of GCSE, iGCSE, AS and A-Level is a case in point.
The tutorials in maths and physics are full of animations, interactive labs and impressive images.
All in all, the site is a cross between boundless enthusiasm
and the determination to render a service to those who really want to learn technical subjects. In short, it is an intellectual equivalent of a treasure trove of e-learning.
The site is linked with its own Google+ page. As of December 2016, the visitor number stands at over 11.3 million.