FoNS Education and Teaching
UG staff information
UG Start of Session Information
UG Information for Academic Staff
- Departmental Guidelines for Personal Tutors 2018-19
- Persinal Tutors Questions 2018-19
- Personal Tutors FAQ
- Arrangements for assessed work 2018-19
- Student Attendance Monitoring System 2018-19
- Contacts in the Department 2018-19
- Tutor contacts:
- Senior Tutor: Dr Chris Ford
- Year 1 Tutor: Dr M Rasmussen
- Year 2 Tutor: Dr C Hallsworth
- Year 3 Tutor: Dr G Pruessner
- Year 4 Tutor: Dr David Helm
- Female Tutor: Dr Almut Veraart
Please view the Undergraduate Maths Handbook and Guides below.
Student lists 2017-18
The Timetbales are also available via Blackboard Maths Central https://bb.imperial.ac.uk/
Spring Term (tbc)
UG 1st Year Tutorial Questions
Questions and Solutions for Discussion in Tutorial Sessions
Following successful trials, one M1F (Foundations of Analysis) question, one M1GLA (Geometry and Linear Algebra) question, one M1S (Probability and Statistics 1) question and one M1M1 (Mathematical Methods 1) question will be designated for informal discussion in the Autumn Term First Year personal tutorials, approximately once a week.
You can access questions with solutions via link below. The solutions will tell you the notation and method the lecturer expects the students to use. The students will get the questions through their lectures and will be told to prepare these in advance for discussion with you.
In the Spring Term you will receive questions (with solutions) for M1A1 (Mechanics), M1M2 (Mathematical Methods 2), M1P1 (Analysis 1) and M1P2 (Algebra 1).
The students will not get any marks for this exercise but I am hoping that it will give you something constructive to talk about in personal tutorials and enable you to monitor the progress of your tutees from an early stage. Of course we all have personal tutorials at different points in the week so you may find yourself discussing questions from the previous week if this week's questions have only just been made available, but this is not a problem. The important thing is that each tutorial is constructive and enables each student to gain confidence in solving problems.
Dr Chris Ford (Senior Tutor)