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29-02-2012, 13:57   #1
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NEED HELP!! math's grinds and some advice

first off im looking for math's grinds for engineering math's have an exam at the end of march and need help wit complex numbers and some parts of algebra i have past papers to work off its the dit entrance exam

second im looking for an engineer to give me advice to wat college is like coz im falling behind on all the theory but i no the practical side will be no problem i dont have a problem understanding wats going on and i no how things work but things like complex numbers just boggles me and the report writing is hard to get on the paper to the way the teachers want it

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im 26 qualified carpenter and all round handy man can pretty much do any thing i put my mind to (not reports or homework) iv always had an interest in electronics so i wanted to do it but never did well in school im dyslexic and its only now that im getting a chance to go back as a mature student but the plc corse im doing now is just like school feel bogged down with written work im not a head in a book type of man id rader do i learn quicker that way iv applied for level 7 and 8 mechatronics in blanchardstown

hope this all makes sence and i get some proper advice thanks in advance sorry about the grammer
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29-02-2012, 20:22   #2
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I'm not fully sure were exactly you're studying at the moment but Engineers Ireland have online tutorials in Maths for the Leaving that may be of help to you:

Some colleges have a specialized Maths learning centre so check out of your college has one. They're there to help students with any Maths problems they may have. Or if you're doing an entrance exam contact the college and ask them for any possible help.

Regarding report writing DCU have a good website on how to do them:

One good trick is to print out and then read over your report at the end. You'd be surprised at how many mistakes you'd missed on the computer screen that are in the actual paper copy.
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thanks u there very helpfull i have been using steps befor just need some 1 to 1 grinds
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Get in touch with the DIT student union. They will probably have a record of students that provide grinds to other students. A large portion of these would be engineer students aswell so you may be able to ask them any other questions you have.
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I can give you Engineering Maths Grinds, only €40 per hour. Details here!
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I'm struggling with C programming and or Mathlab.
Need grinds. I'm in the dublin area.
Any takers?
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05-03-2012, 22:46   #7
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Originally Posted by megapixel View Post
I'm struggling with C programming and or Mathlab.
Need grinds. I'm in the dublin area.
Any takers?
There's a lot of stuff for these two online. I was trying to give myself a matlab refresher and found plenty of stuff online from primers to specific topics like loops and dynamic systems. Same with C, C#, C+ etc. I would imagine.

If you haven't had a gander maybe give it a google and you might find something helpful if you're stuck!
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