Online courses for the MAT and the TMUA
Tuesday 29th June 2021
Do you teach students who are planning to sit the Mathematics Admissions Test (MAT) or the Test of Mathematics for University Admission (TMUA)?
We’re running two online courses to help students with their preparation for these mathematical admissions tests which are used by universities including Durham University, Imperial College, Lancaster University, the University of Oxford, and the University of Warwick. Although students are welcome to attend both courses, there’s no obligation to.
The Online course for the MAT and the Online course for the TMUA are comprised of seven one-hour live online sessions that will include the discussion of key points and examples from past papers. The sessions will be recorded if students cannot attend live, and students will receive access to additional online resources including extra notes, exercise sheets and solutions.
Online course for the MAT
- Aims to introduce mathematical problems at the difficulty level of the MAT and to provide support for students who are preparing for the MAT.
- Sessions include Polynomials and Logarithms, Coordinate Geometry and Trigonometry, and Algorithms and Counting.
Online course for the TMUA
- Aims to introduce mathematical problems at the difficulty level of the TMUA and to provide support for students who are preparing for the TMUA.
- Sessions include Integers, Sequences and Series, Proof, and Logical Thinking.
The Online course for the MAT and the Online course for the TMUA will run in September and October, with exact dates to be confirmed nearer the time.
The fee for each course is £60, though there are some funded places available to those eligible.