The End is just the beginning!
If you have read through these web pages you will have a better of idea of how mathematics is studied at Oxford (Part 1). Further, you now know that not only will you learn about many new areas of mathematics, but you will develop entirely new ways of thinking (Part 2).
As mentioned before, this study guide does not set out to answer the What? question (What is studied?). At the most basic level this is outlined in the Undergraduate Course Handbook.
Another very important question left unanswered here is the Why? question (Why study mathematics?). No one answer will satisfy everyone. But some sources of information which may help you answer this question for yourself are listed below. This list barely scratches the surface of what is available... Enjoy your search! And enjoy your time studying Mathematics at Oxford!
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