Our Problem Solving Matters course will return in June and is now open for applications. We are happy to announce that the course will run three face-to-face study days and take place at six venues across England so that students can select the most appropriate venue. This course is designed for Year 12 students interested in applying for places at Oxford University, Imperial College, and Warwick University to study maths, along with several other universities, or students who wish to improve their mathematical problem-solving skills in preparation for a university course.
The Problem Solving Matters course is designed to prepare students for how they will have to think to succeed in the MAT, TMUA and other problem-solving mathematics examinations by developing their mathematical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Students will have the opportunity to study with like-minded students and work on mathematical problems of the difficulty level of university admissions tests. In addition, there will be three summer assignments and four online follow-up sessions to give the students the best chance of success in their admissions tests for their chosen university.
Applicants should select the most appropriate venue for themselves, but the content is identical at each venue. If a first-choice venue is full, applicants will be allocated to an alternative venue.
You can find out more information and apply, please follow the link below:
Please note, this course is only open to students from state-funded schools, colleges, and academies. The course fee is £60. However, if you have trouble meeting the cost of the course, free places are available. Please indicate any additional support needed on the application form.