Calculus
Calculus

Calculus

by Batool Akmal
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Learn Math with Lecturio—the most effective and flexible exam preparation!

Math is a basic subject on your way to studying medicine. Even if it is not an explicit MCAT section, it does provide an important foundation in order to understand several scientific disciplines such as physics, biology, and sociology. A basic mathematical understanding is especially important to fully and immediately understand physical topics and be able to quickly solve any related tasks. This is why it is recommended to attend a calculus course, which is also a requirement for the MCAT exam admission.

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Comprehensive download material and specialized lecture notes will help you to strengthen your knowledge. Furthermore, the comment section gives you the chance to personally ask the instructor questions that will be answered as quickly as possible.

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  • Videos 109
  • Duration 9:58 h
  • Quiz questions 25
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Your Educators of course Calculus

 Batool Akmal

Batool Akmal

Batool Akmal has been teaching a-level and college level maths for over 7 years at one of the top colleges in Cardiff, Wales. She is the Director of the colleges' Honours Programme whereby she supports students with their applications to Cambridge, Oxford and other top universities, to study subjects such as Medicine and Dentistry. Batool also runs her own mathematics tuition and revision company and provides online support to her students through her website. Batool is enthusiastic and passionate about the study of Mathematics.


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it was great
By lucie I. on 23. November 2016 for Gradients and First Principles: Exercise 3

it was great, everything was explained. At the end it completely made sense to me.