- Revision of algebra
- Trigonometric identities and inverse trigonometric functions
- Combinatorics and Binomial Theorem
- Further calculus, including integration leading to inverse trigonometric functions
- Newton’s method
- Application of calculus to the physical world
- a result of 90 in HSC Mathematics (“2 unit” – not the pre- 2001 HSC Course Mathematics in Society or HSC General Mathematics), or
- a combined mark of over 100* in HSC Mathematics (“2 unit”) and HSC Mathematics Extension 1 (“3 unit”), or
- a satisfactory grade in the UNSW Mathematics Bridging Course
Who should study the Mathematics Bridging Course?
- Students with no prior knowledge of HSC Mathematics Extension 1, and who intend to pursue maths-related courses in the first-year of their degree (see above for assumed knowledge criteria for the MATH1131 course).
- To check if you need to study the Mathematics Bridging Course, please contact the Faculty that runs your degree.
No Maths or General Maths in High School?
How to apply: Please visit TAFE NSW or phone 1300 360 601.
Further enquiries: Asha Swarup, Head Teacher, Mathematics and Science, Email: email@example.com, Phone: 9469 8564