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Maths Support: Home

Support Route

What are the Maths support routes at University of Suffolk and the role of Learning Services?

The guiding principles for developing your Maths skills at University of Suffolk are as follows:

Initially, the required Maths skills will be introduced and explained by your course teams. They'll introduce the concepts and most importantly ground these within the discipline requirements.

If you find that after the topics have been introduced, and examples worked through by your course team you are encountering difficulties, then you are advised to contact an academic skills adviser (information on the right of the page) and we can direct you to additional support material that can help.  This might include online support material in the form of videos or courses.

You will also find self-help resources on this web site. We strongly encourage you to be proactive and access these resources. The online guides within the Faculty pages have been created after consultation with the appropriate course teams and are based around assessment style questions.

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Welcome

Welcome to the Numeracy and Mathematics Guide

This guide provides you with information to support numeracy and maths during your University studies.
It includes the following support areas:

Getting started and improving your numeracy skills

Drug calculations

Statistics

Algebra

Attribution

All images included in this guide are available from Flickr through Creative Commons licensing CC-BY-2.0