Are you thinking of applying to study Mathematics at university? Every Thursday afternoon, we'll be livestreaming maths problems and discussing problem-solving strategies, with a particular focus on Oxford's Mathematics Admissions Test (MAT). The sessions are free, interactive, and available for everyone.
Each livestream has a worksheet of maths problems, and during the livestream I'll talk about the question, give you some time to have a go at it, and then talk through how I'd do it (often with suggestions from chat of better ways to do the question!)
Links will appear here for the next livestream.
Here's the rough plan for upcoming livestreams;
|24 September, 16:30-18:30||017||(Q5,6,7) with a guest computer scientist|
|01 October, 16:30-18:30||018||(Q5,6,7) with a guest computer scientist|
|08 October, 16:30-18:30||019||MAT 2016|
|15 October, 16:30-18:30||020||MAT 2017|
|22 October, 16:30-18:30||021||MAT 2018|
|29 October, 16:30-18:30||022||MAT 2019|
There's no need to "catch up" on previous livestreams, or to watch them in any particular order, but they're available to watch back below if you like. For each previous livestream, you can download the worksheet to try the problems that we covered live, and you can either watch the entire video on Panopto, or watch a shorter edited version (just the maths, no chat), which we'll upload later. Sorry for the delay with the maths-only edits; they take about two weeks to do, so maths-only edit $n$ comes out at about the same time as livestream $2n$.
There's a YouTube playlist for the maths-only edits here.
The most recently released maths-only edit is here;
Worksheets and replay links
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