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Durham University

Academic Skills Programme

Maths and Stats Lab Drop-in Service

April - June Drop-in Sessions

All the drop-in sessions are on the ground floor of the Palatine Centre in PC 063 (Student Hub) except on 14th and 17th May when they are in PC005.

Tuesdays 12:00-13:30

Wednesdays

Fridays 12:00-13:30

30th April

Leo

Pradosh

Mohin

15:00-16:301st May

Pradosh

Leo

Monica

3rd May

Andres

Kieran

Robin

7th May

Atreya

Kieran

Jonathan

14:00-15:308th May

Leo

Joe

Monica

10th May

Andres

Francesco

Changhyun

Monica

14th May (venue PC005)

Leo

Jonathan

Xiaoxiao

17th May (venue PC005)

Atreya

Robin

21st May

Andres

Xiaoxiao

24th May

Joe

Jonathan

28th May

Francesco

Xiaoxiao

31st May

Pradosh

Robin

4th June

Atreya

Monica

7th June
Francesco

Changhyun

11th June

Kieran

Mohin

18th June

Atreya

Pradosh

25th June

Mohin

Changhyun

What do you need to know about the drop-in sessions

Before you come to a session

  • Check the tutor profiles and the timetable showing when each tutor is on duty. If you have a very specific question, it may be that a particular tutor is best placed to support you.
  • online resources. You may find the answers to your questions there.

No booking required. The format of the drop-in centre is simple; bring your problem along and one of the tutors will assist you. We only ask that you also bring any relevant course materials (such as handouts and your own lecture notes), your efforts so far and a desire to learn how to solve the problem.

Maths support over summer, email: maths.dropin@durham.ac.uk and we will organise a consultation for you.

Please note: the Maths and Stats Lab drop-in sessions provide maths and stats, rather than subject specific support

Booking a session

If you are unable to attend the drop-in sessions, you can book a face-to-face or skype consultation. Email: maths.dropin@durham.ac.uk

Preparing for Psychometric Tests

Often an integral part of the selection procedures used by employers, psychometric tests commonly test your numerical reasoning. The Careers Centre provide resources and practice examples to help you prepare.

Resources and practise tests