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News
According to one of the largest search engine in the world Infoseek, Tutorial World is ranked No. 1 out of 37,574,602 websites under the category "free school worksheets" . . . . . . . results obtained on January 11, 1999.
Navigating & Saving Costs
When you come into the homepage of Tutorial World, choose the subject and the standard you want and click on the coloured ball.
You will go into the subject page. Choose a topic you want and click on the exercise Ex X.X.
We advise you to
  • Print out a hardcopy of the exercise and logout of your internet connection. When printing set your left and right margins to 0.2". OR,
  • When the whole exercise appears on your screen, logout of your internet connection (do not worry, you will not lose the exercise once it has appeared on your screen because your computer has cache memory).
In this way, you will save unnecessary costs which would otherwise be billed as your internet / telephone connection charges.
How Exercises Are Arranged
English is arranged according to the following topics,
  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar
  • Sentence Structure
  • Cloze Passage
  • Comprehension
Go and pick out the exercise to work on. When you have completed one exercise you can either move on to the next exercise under the same topic or move to another topic. English is slightly unstructured when it is taught because one needs to be proficient in a combination of all the topics listed above. In this sense, you need not necessary start with vocabulary and moving on to grammar etc. You can started with any topic and practice a little harder on those areas you are weak in.
Mathematics is structured into topics and the topics are arranged in the same order as in the school textbooks. Follow the topics you are currently studying and choose the exercise to work on. Under the same topic there will be a number of different exercises, you can do one or if you feel you need more practice do more.
Answers
Answers are now available at a token charge. Users would be able to access answers and more worksheets using unique username and passwords.

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