The Oxford Mathematics educational experience is a journey, a journey like any other educational experience. It builds on what you learn at school. It is not unfamiliar and we don't want it to invisible. But it has aspects that are different. One of these is the tutorial system. Students have lectures. But they also have tutorials based on those lectures where they sit, usually in pairs, with a tutor, go through their work and, critically, get to ask questions. It is their tutorial.
Having streamed the First Year Students' Dynamics lecture last week and interviewed the students as they left the lecture, we now present the tutorial as it happened. Even if you are not a mathematician we hope the lectures and tutorial give you an insight in to how things work in Oxford. And maybe even encourage you, or someone you know, to think about giving Oxford a go. Or just giving maths a go.