Studying Mathematics at university requires a different approach to studying Mathematics at school.
Successful applicants for Mathematics are able to bridge the gap between school-level Mathematics and undergraduate-level study. At school, much of Mathematics is taught under the same umbrella of Mathematics, whereas undergraduate study presents a clear distinction between applied and pure Mathematics. Our Mathematics reading list, compiled by Oxford and Cambridge graduates, provides you with some recommendations to develop your knowledge of Mathematical theory.
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