CLTE, in collaboration with the School of Mathematical and Computing Sciences (SMCS) under the College of Engineering, Science and Technology, has set up Math Help Hub (MH²) – a service to provide mathematics and statistics support and advice to students from all disciplines.
How can we help?
MH² is a free face-to-face service for FNU students that is facilitated by staff members at SMCS. The service is open to students taking any course that involves mathematics or statistics. There is no need to register for a session – you just have to sign the attendance sheet on arrival, and bring your notes and questions that you have been stuck on!
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How do I attend a session?
You do not need to register or sign up for a session. Just follow the schedule and drop by for a session as per your convenience.
How often can I attend a session?
You can attend sessions as often as you need to.
Who facilitates the sessions?
All sessions are conducted by experienced lecturers/ tutors from the School of Mathematical and Computing Science (SMCS).
Schedule a One-on-One virtual session
The virtual sessions will be conducted using Zoom. You can book for a virtual session by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon confirmation of your booking, a Zoom link will be emailed to you. You can click here to access the FNU Zoom Student Guide from Guide to Effective Learning on Moodle. Please email Ms. Ferine Bano at email@example.com if you face problems accessing the guide.
Please Note: MHH services will be closed during public holidays, weekends, mid semester and end of semester study break.
There are a variety of resources – self-study guides; exercises; video tutorials; and case studies. You can access these resources via the Guide to Effective Learning page on Moodle. Please email Ms. Ferine Bano at firstname.lastname@example.org if you face problems accessing Guide to Effective Learning.
Free online course: FMPA
Foundation Mathematics Proficiency Assessment (FMPA) is an optional, online diagnostic tool designed to help you assess your mathematical skills. Although it is not compulsory, we recommend every first-year student to take advantage of this free-of-charge opportunity and then you are most welcome to attend the Math Help Hub (MH²) if there are areas that came up in the assessment where you felt you were a bit weak. Aside from this assessment, please feel free to attend the Math Help Hub (MH²) if there are topics you would just like to brush up.
Have a question about Math Help Hub?
If you have questions about MH² contact Mandeep Singh at email@example.com