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External Resources

You can see the links to external mathematics and statistics additional support, and useful information around campus below.

Mathematics and Statistics Useful Links
MathCentre A large collection of self-study resources including videos, handouts and self-assessment tests targeted to the needs of your individual course.
Stats Tutor To revise and enhance your existing statistics knowledge, the StatsTutor website is the perfect starting point on your journey to learn new statistics concepts.
Math Tutor To bridge the gap from school to university study, to revise or find the maths topic you missed, you will want to meet MathTutor.
Book cover of How to design and report experiments How to design and report experiments (by Andy P Field and Graham J Hole) The book "How to design and report experiments (by Andy P Field and Graham J Hole)" is very useful for those who need help in designing research studies and reporting statistics.
Khan Academy An extensive collection of learning resources in mathematics and statistics at every level from kindergarten to university. Scroll down the page to get to the more advanced resources.
MathWorld MathWorld is the web's most extensive mathematical resource, provided as a free service to the world's mathematics and internet communities as part of a commitment to education and educational outreach by Wolfram Research, makers of Mathematica.
BBC Bitesize GCSE Revision material – you will be asked to select the exam specification you are taking, just click one that takes your fancy.
Skillswise Simple explanations and exercises for basic areas of mathematics.


Books in the Mathematics and Statistics Centre

A list of books available for use in the Centre can be found here: Books

Maybe you know some other useful resources? Email Mark Hodds at and we’ll add it to this page.

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