#1MillionMaths Challenge

1 month. 1 million exercises. Join in!

1 Million Maths

To join the challenge and qualify for prizes and rewards, you must:
1. Sign Up for a trial account if you don't have one yet, or Log In to your existing Siyavula Practice account.
2. Once signed in, select Access Code from the main menu and type in this code:
siyavula-one-million-maths
3. Select your grade and start practising!
4. Follow our Siyavula Facebook page for leaderboards, prize announcements and more helpful information during the month of October!

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About Siyavula Practice

Siyavula Practice offers learners an unlimited number of maths and science exercises at a level that is tailored to their ability and gives immediate, step-by-step explanations for each question answered. The software has been designed so that learners can practise as much as they like until they feel confident that they've really understood. Powerful technology adapts each practice session to the needs of the learner by changing the difficulty and sequencing of the questions they see.

Siyavula Practice can be used by anyone with a computer, tablet or mobile phone (smart or not) as long as it has an internet connection. It carries an annual subscription fee (R599 per year each for maths and science or R999 per year for both), but Siyavula works with funders to provide disadvantaged students with sponsored access. Partnerships with Vodacom and MTN allow learners to access the Siyavula website without being charged for data.

About Google.org

In July, at Google for Nigeria, Google.org announced to committing $20 million over the next five years to nonprofits that are working to improve lives across Africa.

"We're giving $2.5 million in initial grants to the nonprofit arms of African startups Siyavula and Gidi Mobile to provide free access to learning for 400,000 low-income students in South Africa and Nigeria.

Siyavula received a $1.5M grant to provide free access to their online learning platform to 150,000 low-income students in South Africa and 150,000 additional low-income students in Nigeria. They will also use our funding to create versions of their highly regarded (and government approved) free digital textbooks aligned to the Nigerian curriculum and a set of topic maps that will be freely available to anyone building ed tech for the Nigerian market."