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Mathematics

Typical Offer Conditions

A–Level:A*A*A
IB:41 points, with 776 at Higher Level
Other:See the University's Entrance Requirements page
STEP:All offers include certain grades in STEP Mathematics - this is most commonly 1,1 in Papers II and III but requirements can differ.

Subject Requirements

Essential:Mathematics and Further Mathematics, STEP
Desirable:Physics (essential if you are applying for Maths with Physics)

Written Work

None.

Admissions Assessment

None.

STEP Resources

A collection of free online STEP Preparation resources has recently been launched on the NRICH website to help potential university applicants prepare for sitting STEP Mathematics examinations.

These resources have been designed as a series of linked modules for individual additional study. The programme is aimed at maths students who have completed the first year of A-level or equivalent study: students can start working on them from the summer after the end of Year 12 (past STEP candidates often say they wished theyʼd started preparation early), but equally it is possible to start later and catch up.

Each fortnight, a new module will appear on the STEP Preparation page. Each module will consist of problems, articles, worked examples, advice for STEP candidates and much more. By working through these modules, students will learn and practise the problem-solving skills and new mathematical techniques needed for STEP, and have a good idea of what to expect by the time they sit the exam at the end of Year 13.

As the modules appear, previous modules will be archived to allow students to revisit earlier content, or to pick up the programme part of the way through. By the summer of 2014 the complete set of modules will form a permanent STEP preparation collection.

Contact:

Miss Vicky Mills
Admissions Officer
Trinity Hall
Trinity Lane
Cambridge CB2 1TJ

t: +44 1223 332535

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