Year 12 and Year 13 students are invited to join a series of maths problem-solving sessions which offer students the opportunity to develop their problem-solving skills by trying out challenging problems that require deep mathematical thinking, and so help them meet the challenges they may face in taking a maths-rich university degree or career. The problems students will tackle are fun and rewarding. Attending the sessions will enrich students’ mathematical experience. Students will look at problems from a range of sources including Sixth Term Examination Papers used by Cambridge and Warwick and the Mathematics Admissions Test used by Oxford and Imperial.
4:15 – 6:15 pm on Thursdays 17 November, 1 December, 15 December, 5 January, 19 January, 2 February, 23 February, 2 March, 16 March, 30 March, 20 April, 4 May
Centre for Mathematical Sciences
The sessions are not just for students who intend to sit any of these exams or even just for those planning to study maths at university. They are for anyone who is studying A-level mathematics and who enjoys solving challenging problems.
The series of 12 sessions costs £20 per student. Students will be offered refreshment during each session and a problem-solving book.
Please note that we can only take online bookings (using the booking form links above) and payment must be made by credit card at the time of booking.
If you have a query about payment, please contact Margaret Bull on 01223 764777 or firstname.lastname@example.org.