5 YouTube channels that make maths less hectic

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Maths can get pretty intense, especially if you have a test coming up and you feel like you still don’t understand what’s going on. If you’re stuck in a situation like this, then check out these 5 YouTube channels to help you out with maths!


Okay, the videos here are about 2 years old but that doesn’t mean they’re outdated. The MindsetLearn channel is a gold mine when it comes to anything Mathematics or Maths Literacy related for grades 10-12. Their Learn XTRA Live and Supplementary School videos in particular can help you understand, learn and revise your maths work.  

Mindset Learn also have videos on other subjects such as Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, Geography, History, English, Technology, Accounting, Business Studies.

Tokyo Yaya

What makes Tokyo Yaya’s channel really cool is that it has videos in IsiXhosa, which cover South African grade 10-12 maths problems in areas such as trigonometry and number patterns.


Even though MathHelp.com is more for American students, you’ll find that they have a lot of helpful math-related videos. If you’re struggling with a specific section such as Algebra or Trigonometry, try searching for it on this channel. 


This channel has a lot of helpful maths revision and explanations. Please note that even though this channel is very helpful, it’s Canadian so some of the explanations may be different to those you’re learning in school.


StudyPug cover Trigonometry, Geometry, Algebra and so much more. The videos are also organised in different playlists so they’re easy to find and watch.

Not all of these channels are South African, so it’s important to make sure that the information you get from them (or any other channels you may find) doesn’t confuse you or affect your marks negatively. The best way to find out is to show your Maths teacher the channels you’re planning on using, and ask them if the methods in the channels are ones which you’re allowed to use.

These are just a few YouTube channels to get you started, but there are so many more you can find online. If you’re struggling with maths, don’t be scared to take control of your studies by searching for help online.

We hope these channels help make maths less hectic for you- good luck with your revision!

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