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mathFor many children, math is neither fun nor easy. Therefore, because students are not permitted to use a calculator, by the nature of repetition and memory (also known as neuroplasticity), become excellent in mathematics, to the point where they could answer many problems faster than with the use of a calculator.

Applicants to the Mathematics course who take A Level Mathematics in Year 12, and A Level Further Mathematics and one other A Level subject in Year 13 won’t usually need to take another A Level in Year 13.2 Such students may be required to achieve A in the two subjects taken in Year 13 (even if they achieve A in Mathematics), and should be enhancing their subject knowledge through wider engagement beyond their A Levels.

The other day, I was speaking to a College Professor working on a research paper that could revolutionize human mathematics, and introduce some rather …