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Mathematics and statistics
Do you need to deal with data as a part of your course? Does it contain calculations? Need to brush up on some maths or statistics you've forgotten?
We’re here to help you solve any issues you have with maths or statistics in your course, big or small.
Drop by the Edward Boyle Library, level 9, during the following time each week if you have any quick questions or would like to know more about the support available.
Tuesdays, 13:00 – 15:00
See what else we offer below, or request an appointment with our friendly advisors and work with us to do well in your course!
Sign up for a workshop to tackle some common issues in a friendly environment, including:
Correlation and Regression in SPSS
Express: Presenting Data and Results in Figures
Getting Started with Statistics
Getting Started with SPSS
How to revise maths when you don’t want to
Preparing for exams involving maths
Reading maths articles
Simple Statistical Tests in SPSS
Strategies for overcoming the fear of maths
Tackling courses involving maths
See what datasets are available for research projects. These may also help if you are trying to prove a theory or hypothesis.More on Datasets
Use AppsAnywhere to access statistical software to analyse data, including SPSS, SAS, STATA.More on Software
Find out which statistical test is the best one to use when you analyse data.More on Statistical tests
See our worked examples and guidance videos across different branches of mathematics and statistics. These videos were generously supported by alumni and friends through the Footsteps Fund.
Module leaders can work with a maths or statistics support advisor to provide tailored support to students, embedded within a specific module. Sessions can be planned as part of the curriculum, or arranged if a specific issue arises on the course.
We also welcome requests from students or course reps, as we have previously created successful sessions suggested by students.
Contact us to discuss embedded support