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    Was planning on studying Chemistry, but I missed out. I got a B in Maths. Any advice on studying maths and/or studying maths at Queen Mary?
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    (Original post by zrk2014)
    Was planning on studying Chemistry, but I missed out. I got a B in Maths. Any advice on studying maths and/or studying maths at Queen Mary?
    I can tell you about doing maths in general?
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    Yes please!
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    (Original post by Slowbro93)
    I can tell you about doing maths in general?
    I'd love to know too
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    I'd love to know too
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    Yes please!
    So the main difference with maths at university is that you start thinking from a more "concept" point of view. The first two years you do pretty much a fixed curriculum that is split into pure and applied. The subjects ranged from basic calculus, to abstract algebra and things such as dynamical systems. In your final year you can pretty much do what you want So depending on what your interests are, you can focus on just applied modules, or specialise in topics such as analysis, algebra or even stats :yep:

    What are you both interested in?
 
 
 
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