- 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.
Last day to register for all Bridging courses is Friday 17 January 2020. Transfers and withdrawals will incur a $50 administration fee. The cut-off date for withdrawals for all courses with a refund is 5pm Wednesday, 22 January 2020. Refunds are made by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).To cancel your registration, please contact the UNSW Bridging Course team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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