Oxford University Final Honours Schools 2005

Mathematics Part B

Notice to Candidates resitting B5 or B5a in 2006

  1. This is to remind you that the resit paper will be at 9.30 am on Wednesday 24 May in the Examination Schools. If you no longer intend to take the resit, please notify your college so that the Examination Schools and the Examiners can be informed.
  2. The Examination Schools have designated this examination as Mathematics Part B5.

Oxford University Final Honours Schools 2005

Mathematics Part B

Notice to Candidates resitting B5 or B5a in 2006

  1. This notice is being sent to you because you have entered for the resit of Paper B5 or B5a from the 2005 Mathematics Part B Examination. If you decide not to take the resit, please notify your college so that the Examination Schools and the Examiners can be informed.
  2. The resit will take place at 9.30 am on Wednesday 24 May 2006. You should receive a notice from the Examination Schools confirming this and providing further practical information.

Oxford University Final Honours Schools 2006

Mathematics and Philosophy Part A

Second Notice to Candidates

  • The First Notice to Candidates was sent to you in November,
  • As you should now know, the examination will be held on Thursday and Friday of week 9 in Trinity Term, June 22rd and 23rd 2006, in Ewert House, Ewert Place, Summertown.

Oxford University Final Honours Schools 2006

Mathematics and Mathematics & Statistics Moderations

First Notice to Candidates

  1. This year's Honour Moderations in Mathematics will take place in EWERT HOUSE EXAM HALL, Ewert Place, Summertown, as follows:
    Monday 29 June 9:30am
    2:30pm
    Pure Mathematics I
    Pure Mathematics II
    Tuesday 20 June 9:30am
    2:30pm
    Applied Mathematics I
    Applied Mathematics II

Oxford University Final Honours Schools 2005

Mathematics Part II

First Notice to Candidates

The examination consists of papers c1-c4, or, where a candidate is submitting a dissertation, papers c1, c2 and c5 together with the dissertation. Papers c1-c4 are of three hours' duration and paper c5 is of two hours' duration.

Papers c1 and c2 contain 4 questions on each Michaelmas Term Section c course and also on the approved subjects Differential Manifolds, Enumerative Combinatorics, and Graph Theory (with two questions per paper).

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