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Introduction

Page history last edited by Luke 12 years, 8 months ago

This page will be very helpful to anyone who is interested in applying to Oxford University, or is interested in a not-impossibly-difficult mathamatical challenge after completing the AS modules C1 and C2. All of the past papers and and accompanied solutions I claim no rights for, they are not mine and belong to Oxford university, and are free to be distributed as you please, more information found here http://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/prospective-students/undergraduate/specimen-tests/...

 

Any personal worked solutions or edits however WILL BE created by myself, and these too, are available to you for you to use for your own benefit, and although should mostly be mistake free, any mistakes I do make need to be corrected, and so I urge you to point them out so that I may rectify them. 

 

Below is the syllabus for the Oxford entry exam, which is only a bit more knowledge than is required for C1 and C2... But the Oxford exam is a lot more diverse and requires you to think outside the box:

 

syllabus.pdf

 

The first thing I will do (time allowing) is create a personal worked solutions page for Dec 06, since it is the only paper without a solutions document.

 

Links to relevant pages are found below:

 

Introduction -- Exam Papers and provided solutions --

 

Comments (2)

Steph Richards said

at 10:07 pm on Sep 18, 2011

This is going to be very useful Luke. Thank you for your input.

Luke said

at 11:07 am on Sep 23, 2011

Now I just have to hope for some free time!

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