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    Hey guys,

    I'm studying in the UK next year and come from the French school system. I realised during my interview and speaking with A-level students that there are many elements of both the maths and physics curriculum that I either haven't studied, or studied in a totally different way. Would anyone know of any summer schools, or classes where I could prepare for my Engineering Course and make sure I'm not left behind from the get-go?
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    Hey guys,

    I'm studying in the UK next year and come from the French school system. I realised during my interview and speaking with A-level students that there are many elements of both the maths and physics curriculum that I either haven't studied, or studied in a totally different way. Would anyone know of any summer schools, or classes where I could prepare for my Engineering Course and make sure I'm not left behind from the get-go?
    Maybe have a look at Engineering Mathematics by Stroud
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Engineering...ng+mathematics

    You should be able to get it from a library, or buy an earlier edition more cheaply (they are basically the same).
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    (Original post by icolag)
    Hey guys,

    I'm studying in the UK next year and come from the French school system. I realised during my interview and speaking with A-level students that there are many elements of both the maths and physics curriculum that I either haven't studied, or studied in a totally different way. Would anyone know of any summer schools, or classes where I could prepare for my Engineering Course and make sure I'm not left behind from the get-go?
    What maths content have you studied so far? If you have been accepted onto the course, it's highly likely that the admissions tutors consider you adequately prepared for it.
 
 
 
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