Today is the last day of my penultimate term at university, and as I’ve said, that’s terrifying.
As many Leicester students will know, exam results have been coming out over the past couple of weeks. For me, the gap between exams and results seem to go on forever.
A compulsory module for third years studying Mathematics (both BSc and MMath students) at the University of Leicester is Complex Analysis. It draws on the building blocks of Calculus and Linear Algebra in the first and second years, and is all about the study of complex numbers, complex functions and how they behave. If Maths […]
After the most hectic five weeks of my life I arrived back home for Christmas break with expectations of long days lazing on the sofa catching up on missed Downton Abbey and experiencing the luxuries that student life doesn’t afford me – Good quality loo roll and the likes. Unfortunately, now that I’m home I’ve […]
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