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Trying to achieve a First in my first year at Imperial Watch

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    Hello,
    This is the second time I will be doing a GYG. Check my profile for my previous GYG.
    I have now been at University for about 22 days and I am studying Mathematics and Computer Science at Imperial College London.
    It's a small course with around 29 people on it.
    So far, Imperial has thrown us right in and its been pretty intense and frankly I've had a bad start to the year.
    I inititally started as a Computing student but switched to Joint Mathematics and Computer Science. (more on that later) But its basically the hardest course Imperial offers.
    So long story short.. I am a week behind in terms of lectures.. Its just been a terrible start to the year. But its okay. I'm going to fix it.

    A-levels: 4A*s one A.
    GCSE: 6A*s 5A's
    (Both at underperforming schools)

    Current courses:
    Logic and Programming
    Mathematical methods and Foundations of Analysis

    This is going to be a good journey!
    Thanks for reading,
    Someboady
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    (Original post by Someboady)
    Hello,
    This is the second time I will be doing a GYG. Check my profile for my previous GYG.
    I have now been at University for about 22 days and I am studying Mathematics and Computer Science at Imperial College London.
    It's a small course with around 29 people on it.
    So far, Imperial has thrown us right in and its been pretty intense and frankly I've had a bad start to the year.
    I inititally started as a Computing student but switched to Joint Mathematics and Computer Science. (more on that later) But its basically the hardest course Imperial offers.
    So long story short.. I am a week behind in terms of lectures.. Its just been a terrible start to the year. But its okay. I'm going to fix it.

    A-levels: 4A*s one A.
    GCSE: 6A*s 5A's
    (Both at underperforming schools)

    Current courses:
    Logic and Programming
    Mathematical methods and Foundations of Analysis

    This is going to be a good journey!
    Thanks for reading,
    Someboady
    Good luck! I'll definitely stay tuned. How are you enjoying analysis?
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    (Original post by _gcx)
    Good luck! I'll definitely stay tuned. How are you enjoying analysis?
    Thanks!
    Analysis is interesting to say the least and I guess its quite important to prove the axioms for real numbers. Its a very steep learning curve at the moment but I hope I get really good at proving things!
 
 
 
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