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    Which approach is nicer? UK MEI approach? American approach?

    Which approach is nicer?
    American approach: Cal1, Cal2, Cal3, Linear Algebra, ODE
    UK OCR approach(MEI: Mathematics in Education and Industry): Further Pure, Statistics, Mechanics, Deciaion maths, numerical analysis
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    Re: Which approach is nicer? UK MEI approach? American approach?

    Quote Originally Posted by BookEnquiry View Post
    Which approach is nicer?
    American approach: Cal1, Cal2, Cal3, Linear Algebra, ODE
    UK OCR approach(MEI: Mathematics in Education and Industry): Further Pure, Statistics, Mechanics, Deciaion maths, numerical analysis
    Probably the OCR, I can't imagine anything much worse that the US sequence.

    That is assuming mechanics has changed sometime over the last 40 years, A-level Applied Maths (Mechanics) was a complete waste of time and counter productive.

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    Would you suggest the best materials for MEI?
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