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In this article we close the course, and invite students to give feedback.
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Thank you for joining the course on Introduction to Mathematical Methods for University-Level Science.

Through this course, you have worked to:
– Improve confidence in your mathematical skills in preparation for university study – Demonstrate your understanding of mathematical concepts including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, exponentials and logarithms, differentiation, integration and vectors
– Apply your prior mathematical learning in different contexts

We really hope you have enjoyed your experience and would appreciate you sharing your feedback in the comments so we can continue to develop the course for future students.

You have already made a great start to your preparations for studying at university by taking this course. If you would like to do even more maths preparation, you could visit the NRICH website run by colleagues at Cambridge University for more maths enrichment activities. For those of you preparing for a mathematics course, you might also find the book “How to study for a mathematics degree” by Lara Alcock useful.

Whatever your next steps look like, we wish you all the best for the future!

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