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Chemistry Bridging Course
Chemistry Bridging Course
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Chemistry Bridging Course

Get prepared for first-year tertiary chemistry subjects with an overview and reinforcement of key concepts.

Maths Extension 1 Bridging Course
Maths Extension 1 Bridging Course
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Maths Extension 1 Bridging Course

An intensive two week course that covers both the Algebra and Functions and Introduction to Calculus Bridging Courses.

Physics Bridging Course Weeks 1 and 2
Physics Bridging Course Weeks 1 and  2
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Physics Bridging Course Weeks 1 and 2

This course covers basic physics, trigonometry, vectors, graphs, motion, forces, force applications, oscillations, waves, thermal physics and optics.

Algebra and Functions Bridging Course
Algebra and Functions Bridging Course
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Algebra and Functions Bridging Course

Revision of basic algebra and revision/introductions to basic functions.

Introduction to Calculus Bridging Course
Introduction to Calculus Bridging Course
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Introduction to Calculus Bridging Course

Introduction to Calculus is a one week course aiming to introduce students to basic calculus operations.

Physics Bridging Course (Week 2)
Physics Bridging Course (Week 2)
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Physics Bridging Course (Week 2)

Develop physics understanding and skills for tertiary study and become familiar with the academic language of physics.

Mathematics Bridging Book
Mathematics Bridging Book
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Mathematics Bridging Book

The Mathematics Bridging Book is required by all students attending a UTS maths bridging course.

Physics Bridging Course (Week 1)
Physics Bridging Course (Week 1)
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Physics Bridging Course (Week 1)

This course covers basic physics, trigonometry, vectors, graphs, motion, forces, force applications, oscillations, waves, thermal physics and optics.

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