- Talent 100 Mentor
- David Sadler
- Teaching Experience
- 36 Years
- Learning Centre
- Chatswood, Epping, Hurstville
- Bachelor of Science from the University of New South Wales (Double major in Pure Mathematics and Computer Science), Diploma of Education from the University of Sydney, Master of Arts in Pure Mathematics from the University of Sydney, Taught undergraduate Mathematics at the University of New South Wales in 1991
- Co‑author of 4 Cambridge University Press Maths Textbooks, Mathematical industry thought leader, 36 years Mathematics teaching experience at Sydney Grammar School, Head of Mathematics at Sydney Grammar School for 7 years
So far I have been really impressed with the standard of notes at Talent 100 that I have reviewed. Richard Chua has done an exemplary job of creating a very high standard of course programs at Talent 100. I'm particularly impressed that he has ensured that students are learning first principles. I'm really looking forward to working with Richard and the academic team to continue to improve the notes to take the course program to the next level.
In the world of HSC Mathematics, David Sadler hardly needs an introduction. Holding a Bachelor of Science from the University of New South Wales, as well as a Diploma of Education and a Masters of Pure Mathematics from the University of Sydney, David has co-authored 4 Cambridge University Press Mathematics Textbooks. David's teaching pedigree is second to none: He has 36 years of teaching experience under his belt at Sydney Grammar School, where he was also Head of Mathematics for 7 years. He brings his considerable talents as both an educator and a thought leader in the mathematical industry to his new role at Talent 100 as Head of Mathematics. David's top tip for HSC students? There is no substitute for hard work. There are no shortcuts to success.
Top 5 Study Tips
1There is no substitute for hard work. There are no shortcuts to success.
2Do your best to enjoy your study rather than seeing it as a chore. A positive attitude makes a difference.
3Revise each topic separately before working through past exams.
4Study without distractions.
5Trust in your natural ability. If you have done the hard work you should be feeling confident.