The Maths Support Centre has been set up to help students studying for their first year courses, and some second year courses. It does this by bringing these subjects, and their teachers, outside of the classroom to offer a space where they can get direct support and which also offers space to study (room permitting). Any student from the School is able to drop in to COL.2.01 and ask questions on their first year mathematics subjects, whether they are current students or are in need of review.
The Maths Support Centre will reopen in Week 2 of Lent Term 2022-23.
Monday to Friday between 2-4pm
Michaelmas Term and Lent Term weeks 2-11, and Summer Term in the weeks prior to examinations for the courses supported.
In COL.2.01, which is on the 2nd floor of Columbia House. It is also the Undergraduate Study Room.
MA100 Mathematical Methods
MA102/3 Introduction to Abstract Mathematics
MA107 Quantitative Methods (Mathematics)
MA203 Real Analysis
MA207 Further Quantitative Methods
MA209 Differential Equations
MA212 Further Mathematical Methods
MA222 Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra)
Any LSE student who is taking, or has taken, any of the supported courses can drop in and ask questions about these courses. You might be a current student on one of these courses, or you might be taking another, more advanced, course and you need to review aspects of the mathematics you studied previously.
You can ask anything related to the content of the course supported by the Centre. It could be questions about the lectures, something in the notes or textbooks, a question from your homework or any other question you encounter when studying those courses.
The Support Centre is there to answer individual questions, or in small groups. It does not offer general taught sessions or revision sessions.
Not to the Support Centre - it’s for ‘in-person’ support only. You can always post queries to the forum on Moodle for the course, if you are still registered for that course.
All the sessions are held with experienced class teachers or faculty from the Department of Mathematics.
It’s possible, but there are several Mathematics teachers holding sessions each week, so you may not get to see your own teacher.
Go along as often as you need to.
You will be asked to complete a short feedback form after your visit to the centre. You will be asked only the name of your degree, Department, year of study and the course number you have a query about. You do not need to put your name. Please take the time to complete this feedback so that we can respond to your comments and suggestions.
Feedback from students who have visited the centre:
“Extremely helpful and a very learned teacher."
“Really good with walking me through the problem.”
“Was great help, I understand everything that I did not understand before.”
“Very helpful in understanding how to progress with a proof.”