Are you thinking of applying to study Mathematics at university? We're running a weekly livestream talking about maths problems and discussing problem-solving strategies, with a focus on Oxford's Mathematics Admissions Test (MAT). The sessions are free and available for everyone, and are recorded so that you can watch them later even if you can't join us live. No registration needed.

 

In 2024, the MAT livestream will run on Thursdays from 06 June, 17:0019:00.

 

A recent survey of first-year Oxford Maths students found that more than half of them had engaged with the Oxford MAT Livestream while applying.

Schedule

The schedule below is provisional and subject to change without notice. As we get closer to June, links will be added with resources. If you can't wait, you can find an archive of the MAT livestream resources from several previous years at the bottom of this page. Note that there will be significant overlap between this year's resources and previous resources.

 

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06 JuneRevision

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13 JuneRevision

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20 JuneRevision

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27 JuneRevision

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04 JulyRevision

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11 JulyRevision

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18 JulyRevision

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25 JulyRevision

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01 August[TBC]

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08 August[TBC]

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15 August[TBC]

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22 August[TBC]

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29 AugustPast Papers

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05 SeptemberPast Papers

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12 SeptemberPast Papers

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19 SeptemberPast Papers

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26 SeptemberPast Papers

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03 OctoberPast Papers

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10 OctoberPast Papers

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17 October[TBC]

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24 October[TBC]

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31 OctoberBonus: Not MAT, Other Maths

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07 November[TBC]

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14 NovemberMAT 2024

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21 November[TBC]

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28 NovemberBonus: Interview Questions

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[TBC] stands for "to be confirmed". In some cases due to staff availability over the summer, we might skip a week.

 

Looking for a PAT livestream?

If you're thinking of applying for Physics, Physics & Philosophy, or Engineering, or Material Science at Oxford, then you'll be expected to take the Physics Aptitude Test (PAT) rather than the MAT.

There's a programme of live PAT support on the Physics website here.

Looking for CS interview questions?

If you're thinking of applying for Computer Science, you might like the interview questions discussed on Prof. Varun Kanade's blog here.

Please contact us with feedback and comments about this page. Last updated on 30 May 2024 09:24.