Two ways are available for you to carry out a diagnostic test to try to find out whether you have gaps in your knowledge. The first uses paper-based tests, the second uses computer-based tests. In neither case will the results be used by the University in any way which might affect your assessment. The tests are provided solely for your benefit.
The Mathematics Learning Support Centre (MLSC) has developed a number of multiple choice diagnostic tests for students in different departments. These help you to identify possible areas of weakness. The tests shown below are available in either the West Park location, W1.42, or the Central Park location and can be attempted at your leisure. The answers are provided. If you have any problems you should ask for advice in the MLSC.
- Mathematics Diagnostic test for Engineering students(W1.42)
- Mathematics Diagnostic test for Mathematics/Physics students (W1.42)
- Mechanics Diagnostic Test (W1.42)
- Mathematics Diagnostic Tests for Economics students (A0.39)
- Mathematics Diagnostic Tests for Masters Economics Students (A0.39)
- Mathematics Diagnostic Tests for Chemistry students (A0.39)
- Mathematics Diagnostic Tests for Business School students (A0.39)
- Mathematics Diagnostic Tests for Human Sciences students (A0.39)
There are many diagnostic tests arranged by topic, available on the Mathcentre website.Top