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Aaron Rowntree

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I studied Maths/Physics/Computer Science at A-Level (Finished at 18 years old, not sure what that is in America), and passed them all with good grades, and decided to take a gap year to work on some own personal aims/goals of mine before I went to University to continue my studies. Over the year I haven't really done any Maths, apart from helping siblings with GCSE (Age 11-15), so nothing basically. I have however been reading a lot on a range of Physics Topics, but not anything Mathematical.

I am now starting my Course in 6 days, and I have realized how out of practice I am with A-Level Maths and have started to freak out a little bit.

Im making this post in the hopes someone either; Is in the same position and we can wallow in our inevitable failure... OR, someone has some knowledge on how intensive the Maths is in the first year of Undergraduate or BSc Physics, and what Maths ill specifically be using, and some tips on how I can save myself!

Im already using past papers as a main resource, but its going to take me a while to get through all of the content with that method.

Im kinda lost so anything you have helps!

Cheers in advance :)