Frequently asked questions
Find out more about MTTC through these frequently asked questions.
What is My Tutor and Teaching Centre (MTTC)?
A: MTTC is a centre for learners who would fare better outside the mainstream education model. We are a private institution that provides individual attention to learners.
Is MTTC a registered school?
A: No – MTTC is currently not registered as a school. We are in the process of registering with the Gauteng Department of Education. We expect to be fully registered during 2017.
Who can enrol at MTTC?
A: Any learner who would like to receive a more personalised education.
What curriculum do you follow?
A: We follow the CAPS curriculum, which is the same curriculum that South African government schools follow.
Can matriculants obtain a university entrance?
A: Yes, they can. Our grade 12 learners write the National Senior Certificate exam through the South African Comprehensive Assessment Institute (SACAI), which is accredited by Umalusi.
How big are the classes?
A: To ensure personal attention, classes have on average 8 to 10 learners per class. Small classes ensure individual attention.
Is there pressure on learners when it comes to dress?
A: No. Dress is not an issue. Most learners wear jeans and tops.
What is MTTC’s mission?
A: Our mission is to expand the heart, mind and character of each learner by providing a learning environment of support and encouragement. This enables our learners to maximise achievement through a rich variety of educational experiences.
What is the language of instruction?
A: All classes are tutored in English.