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“Maximise Your Summer” MAT Bundle

£1,349.00 for 6 months

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A bundle comprising the following two live courses:

1) Maths Admissions Summer School (on Zoom)

  • Details: July 26th – 29th, 9:30am to 4pm (first day), then 10am to 4pm (middle 2 days), then 10am to 5pm (last day)
  • Content – proof, inequalities, necessary and sufficient conditions, symmetry and graphs, splitting into cases, cubics and higher-degree polynomials, handling unfamiliar functions

2) Intensive MAT Course 2 (also on Zoom)

  • Details: August 24th – 27th, 9:30am to 4pm (first day), then 10am to 4pm (last 3 days)
  • Content – functions, rule-following, parameters, abstract questions, sketching, trig, calculus

PLUS all of our pre-recorded online resources for MAT.

See below for more details on the contents of this bundle.

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A bundle comprising the following two live courses:

1) Maths Admissions Summer School (on Zoom)

  • Details: July 26th – 29th, 9:30am to 4pm (first day), then 10am to 4pm (middle 2 days), then 10am to 5pm (last day)
  • Content (first 3 days) – MAT and STEP past questions based on Year 12 Maths, which are useful for all maths admissions papers
    • 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
  • Content (day 4) – 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.
    • Learning to unpack and analyse logical statements
    • Handling polynomials of degree higher than a quadratic
    • Analysing unfamiliar functions

2) Intensive MAT Course 2 (also on Zoom)

    • Details: August 24th – 27th, 9:30am to 4pm (first day), then 10am to 4pm (last 3 days)
    •  Content (first day):
      • Sketch and analyse bizarre new functions, or construct them yourself
      • Handle polynomials of any order
      • Master intricate rule-following questions
      • Learn to adjust every parameter and anticipate the consequences
      • Count and classify new abstract objects, possible and impossible
    • Content (last 3 days):
      • Use relevant STEP questions to deepen your understanding of polynomials and multivariate functions
      • Master graph sketching through the use of problem style questions from multiple sources including STEP
      • Gain greater fluency with advanced trig identities and problem-solving with the chain, product and quotient rules.

PLUS the following pre-recorded online resources:

MAT Past Paper Video Solutions

Detailed solution videos for every MAT question from:

    • All MAT papers 2007-2019
    • MAT specimen papers A and B

 

Useful Maths Theory for Admissions Tests

Introducing and explaining Maths material needed for admissions tests that you may not have seen at school yet:

  • Advanced differentiation and integration
  • Vectors and geometry
  • Algebraic expressions with arbitrary powers
  • Tricks to go faster, avoid errors, and spot clues

 

MAT/TMUA Warm-up Questions

Practice questions we’ve made on 9 common MAT topics by The Oxbridge Formula, with video solutions

 

Original Extra Maths Multiple Choice Questions

150+ multiple choice questions created by The Oxbridge Formula, in the style of MAT Question 1, with video solutions

 

TMUA Past Paper Video Solutions

Detailed solution videos for the following TMUA papers (an admissions test similar to MAT):

  • TMUA specimen papers A and B
  • TMUA practice papers A and B

 

TMUA Mock Papers

Two TMUA-style mock papers created by The Oxbridge Formula, including full solutions

 

Example video:

 

What our students said:

It’s really engaging as working as a team makes the questions feel less daunting. Moreover the strategies recommended are priceless when it comes to efficiency in answering questions.
– Edward

I really enjoyed this course because it allowed me to challenge myself as well as improving my ability to think outside of the box when it comes to finding less obvious solutions to problems.”
– Aisha

“Very good course! Questions covered in lots of detail, wide variety of topics covered and lots of support in case you don’t understand something.”
– Ethan

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