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(A horizontal line in a cell signifies a change of topic at the session break)
All tutorials are in the Nightingale Building.
Module 
Friday 
Saturday 
Saturday 
Sunday 
Sunday 
M208 
Group theory A  Linear algebra  Analysis A  Group theory B  Analysis B 
M248 
Popular mistakes and misconceptions  Choosing models:ready answers  2014 EXAM  2015 EXAM  2016 EXAM 
M303 
Some easy questions  Number theory  Metric spaces  Group theory  Rings and fields 
M337 
Units A1, A2  Units A3, A4, B1  Units B2, B3, B4  Units C1, C2, C3  Units D1, D2, D3 
M343 
Epidemics  Lagrange; Genetics  Events in Time; Patterns in Space; Branching Processes  More population models; Renewal Models  Markov Chains; Queues 
M346 
Exam Q1  Exam Q2  Exam Q3  Exam Q4  Exam Q5 
M347 
Units 1 to 3 and Examination 2016  Units 4 to 7 and Examinations 2015/2016  Units 8 to 10 and Examinations 2015/2016  Units 8 to 10 and 11 to 13 and Examinations 2015/2016  Units 8 to 10 and 11 to 13 and Examinations 2015/2016 
M373 
1.1, 1.2  1.3,1.4, 1.5  2.1, 2.2, 2.3  2.4, 3.1, 3.2  3.3/3.4 
M820

Overview of the module; EulerLagrange equation and first integral 
Gateaux differential and global extrema; Application of the Calculus of Variations 
Change of dependent and independent variables; Parametrised functionals 
Noether’s theorem and the Jacobi equation  Constrained functionals; SturmLiouville theory and the RayleighRitz method 
M821 
Foundations and Hamiltonian systems  Bendixson’s criteria, Poincare index, averaging  Fourier series, perturbation, Lindstedt’s method, multiple scales  Harmonic balance, slowly varying amplitudes, Floquet theory  Stability, PoincareBendixson’s theorem 
M823 
Scene setting: Exam preparation, basic techniques; Chapter 1  Chapters 2 and 3  Chapters 4 and 5  Chapters 6 and 7  Chapter 9, exam technique and short accounts 
M829 
Dirichlet characteristics and Gauss sums (Chapters 8 and 9)  Primitive Roots (Chapter 10)  Dirichlet series and Euler products  Riemann zeta function (Chapters 12 and 13)  Partitions (Chapter 14) 
M832 
Introduction; Annotating Powell; Q1 Lagrange ch 4; Q2 Newton ch 5;  Q3 Bernstein ch 6; Q4 minimax ch 7; Q4 exchange ch 8  Q5 orthogonality ch 11,12; Q6 Fourier ch 13  Q6 FFT ch 13; Q7 splines ch 18,19  Q8 Peano ch 22; any other topics; M840 Advances in Approximation Theory 
M836 
Revision of linear and cyclic codes  Codes from block designs  Practical Aspects  Cryptography  Miscellanea 
MS324 
Block 0  Block 1  Blocks 1 and 2  Blocks 2 and 3  Block 3 
MS327 
Introduction to MS327, Units 1,2  Deterministic I, Units 5,6  Deterministic II, Units 3,7,8  Diffusion & Random processes I, Units 4, 9, 10  Diffusion & Random processes II, Units 11,12 
MST124

Intro and Units 1 and 2  Units 3, 4 and 5  Units 6, 7 and 8  Units 9, 10 and 11  Unit 12, Exam Technique and any other questions 
MST125

Block A  Block B  Block C  Block D  Strategy especially long questions 
MST210 
Differential Equations 19.30 Introduction; 19.40 Exam Techniques; 19.50 First Order (unit 1); 20.35 Second Order (Unit 1) 
Mechanics 1 (units 2, 3, 9, 10)  Methods 1 (units 4, 5, 6, 7, 12, 13)  Mechanics 2 (units 11, 19, 20, 21  Methods 2 (units 14, 15, 16, 17) 
MST224 
Book 1  Books 1 and 2  Book 3  Book 4  Practise exam 
MST326

Differential equations  Problems in Fluid Mechanics 1  Problems in Fluid Mechanics 2  Fourier series and more differential equations  Water waves, boundary layers and turbulence 
MT365 
Two MT365 classes for each session meet on Friday evening  
ALL MT365 students meet for Initial Session on Graphs 1 and Networks 1  Design 2
Networks 2 
Design 3
Networks 3 
Design 2
Networks 4 
Networks 3
Networks 4 

Graphs 2
Design 1 
Graphs 3
Design 4 
Graphs 3
Design 4 
Graphs 4
Design 4 