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Live MAT Summer Bundle for Oxbridge Academy Students

£475.00

Your school has signed you up to our Monthly MAT Bundle. However, we also offer a bundle of our live summer courses for MAT (taking place via Zoom this year), which usually costs £475. As you’re signing up via your school, we’ve decided to offer these to you at a huge discount.

The bundle comprises the following live courses:

Maths Admissions Summer School

  • Details: August 17th – 19th, 10am – 4pm
  • MAT and STEP past questions based on Year 12 Maths, which are useful for all maths admissions papers.
  • Content: proof, inequalities, necessary and sufficient conditions, graphs, symmetry, dividing into cases

Maths Short Questions Course

  • Details: August 20th, 10am – 5pm
  • A selection of novel questions and past MAT questions from very old papers, intended to be useful even for those who have seen all readily available past questions.
  • Content: Justifying and qualifying inferences, iterating and composing functions, inequalities and estimates, higher order polynomials, sketching unfamiliar graphs

Description

A bundle comprising the following two live courses:

Maths Admissions Summer School

  • Details: August 17th – 19th, 10am – 4pm
  • MAT and STEP past questions based on Year 12 Maths, which are useful for all maths admissions papers.
  • Content:
    • Learn how to plan for and present all of the most essential kinds of proof
    • Examine the subtlest aspects of manipulating inequalities
    • Perfect your understanding of necessary and sufficient conditions
    • Analyse unfamiliar graphs with symmetry tricks
    • Master the art of dividing problems by cases

MAT Short Questions Course

  • Details: August 20th, 10am – 5pm
  • A selection of novel questions and past MAT questions from very old papers, intended to be useful even for those who have seen all readily available past questions.
  • Content:
    • Learning to unpack and analyse logical statements
    • Handling polynomials of degree higher than a quadratic
    • Analysing unfamiliar functions
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