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Reviews

Do the intro quiz on the website in week 1. If you struggle, then you absolutely should switch to MATH1111. MATH1011 is well taught, but it assumes you're familiar with a lot of basic concepts and ready to hit the ground running. If that's not the case you're going to find it very frustrating. #1 Tip: NAIL YOUR QUIZZES. You can make up for them on the final exam, technically, but the final exam is about four times harder than the quizzes. Lock in that easy 30% during semester and you will find the final exam a breeze.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

It is quite a fun unit. Undertanding and choosing the lecturers that suit you the best are crucial. You do not need to buy the kopy stop book, the lecture content is enough

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Derivatives and integration heavy

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

I suggest you take this unit if you scored at least a Band 5 or better in General Maths, did 2 Unit level Maths (with a band 4 or better), or received an E3 or better in Maths Extension 1. The key part of this unit was the exam which made up 65% of the assessment. There are 2 quizzes and 2 assignments. You do not want to fall behind with the weekly tutorials and in class tutorials as the content goes pretty quick (despite it being a 3 Credit Point Unit). For any student considering doing this unit I suggest you possible obtain a Year 11 or 12 Extension book and covering the topics in there (give yourselves at least a 4-5 week advantage as it is a heavily condensed unit over the space of a 13 week course). Technically it is almost a Year 12 maths condensed into a 13 week course.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

This unit continues on with a lot of the Maths 2 Unit HSC work so if you have solid knowledge in that sense then this unit should not be too difficult. There are not many new concepts introduced and those that are introduced are relatively easy to understand. The most challenging aspect is to just practice and get good at these new ideas and concepts. If you work consistently and attempt a lot of questions when studying then it shouldn't be too hard to get good marks.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

With a General Maths background, despite having extra tutoring and doing the bridging course, I found this subject very challenging. Lectures and tutes move very quickly and it's easy to fall behind. Even Ext. 1 kids said they were having a hard time. If you did General at school do MATH1111 because it's a lot better than realising too late and failing trust me!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

You'll need to brush up on your derivative and integration rules if you forgot them (like me - gap year). But other than that it's a pretty clear cut course. No need to buy that kopystop book thing, just follow the lectures.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2013