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    What was it like? Was there lots of people and was the work related directly to a level maths or more of real life problems?

    Kings Factor is not for A level or real-life problems, its specifically for STEP&MAT problems and you have a worksheet to do over ~2 hours with a few multiple choice questions to start and then more complicated ones. They normally turn into discussions with the professors about different ways to do the problem and you learn some pretty useful methods which can sometimes be used in A level I suppose.

    If you enjoy maths or do further maths it's great practice but I'd advise going as a group with some friends so it isn't awkward.
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