The M2 system for science is not only computer programme, neither is it an online teaching tool or a computer programme that you buy!

The learner has to come to the centre for M2 lessons, during which, they will be supervised and supported by tutors. As seen in the Our Physical Science System segment, the tutor is in fact a component of the system, and cannot be removed. This is why Master Science is not like all the other computer programmes that are available on the internet.

This said, M2 lessons are completely computer integrated and utilizes animated graphics to convey the contents. A team of in-house graphic designers make sure that the learners’ interest is sustained, and that the contents remains as interactive as possible. Physical science has large sections of theory that needs to be covered before the learner can attempt the problems. Computer graphics are used to interactively illustrate this theory and experiments. Modern learners are more visually inclined, and the science lessons creates an interface they can relate to. The software development process is supervised by our brilliant science teachers: this ensures that the creative part relates to actual problems and conveys the concepts they want to impart on the learners.

Take a look at a demo of a physics module:

Take a look at a demo of a chemistry module: