The Maths Support Service is freely available to all Cardiff University students. If you...
- have a phobia of maths or stats
- require refreshing in mathematical or statistical skills and techniques
- need additional help with the maths element of your course
...we will be happy to discuss any questions you may have
The final drop-in sessions for the Maths Support Service take place this week at the usual time/loca ...Read more
Posted on 9 December 2013 | 11:11 am
Please note that for one day only (Friday 25th October) due to the University Open Day, the Maths Su ...Read more
Posted on 25 October 2013 | 9:41 am
The Maths Support Service has again opened its doors for the new academic year. The autumn drop-in s ...Read more
Posted on 27 September 2013 | 8:44 pm
Classes & Timetables
Information on all the drop-in sessions and additional classes that are available throughout the week.
This section provides direct access to a variety learning materials, on a range of mathematical topics, organised according to subject/discipline.
Practical study tips and techniques that may help overcome many of the barriers that often develop when studying mathematics.
Contacts & People
Contact details for the Maths Support Service, including profiles of all our tutors.
What the students say
"Just wanted to say a big thank you! I got my maths exams results back and got 71% yay!!!!"
Year 2 - MEDIC
"Brilliant, really helpful, would probably have dropped out if it wasn’t for Maths Support."
Year 1 - MATHS
"I found the drop-in session really beneficial and the teacher explained my query really well and was very helpful. I think it is an excellent service for students and ideal for people who don’t have a lot of confidence regarding maths."
Year 1 - PHARM
I find it very useful to have a drop-in maths session as I do worry about my mathematics, now I know where there is useful help I wont worry as much. I will use the facility again. Reassuring.
Year 1 - PHYSX
"The support class really broadened and enlightened my knowledge of some blurry issues and topics in Statistics."
MSC - PHYSIO