I'm thinking in the differential equations course, as introduction to my actual differential equations course next year, and in the linear algebra one, to review all that good stuff, so I will comment later.
Just came across this site, wondering what your thoughts are on it?
They have published their lectures online, making it available for people to study online, and presumably take an exam at the end of it?
Could be a good place to go if you miss some notes in class, want some extra help?
EDIT: Scratch this. I went there again now and it seems they've updated it.
The only math and math-related subjects I've taken so far are:
- Calculus 1
- Linear Algebra 1
- Descriptive Statistics and Probabilities
- Mathematical Modelling
But since you asked, I did take a look at their Calculus 1 syllabus (very likely that you'll be doing that module), and it's just about identical to what I did in my first year. If I worked through that bunch of notes (MIT OpenCourseWare | Mathematics | 18.01 Single Variable Calculus, Fall 2005 | Lecture Notes) and then went to study at my university, it would have given me quite a boost.
I do suggest you ask someone in your area/country to take a look at it though, they'll give you a much better answer.
I have not actually started University yet so cannot comment on how useful these would be, but thank you for the information
A few courses I wanted to look at in their open courseware actually want you to purchase the book when you take it because they don't have the files online.
That sounds reasonable, but all the material you learn is from the book and if you don't have the book for it, you can't really do the course...I mean you could but yeah .
I found many of their lectures enormously useful. Remember that not all courses have full lecture recordings. Those that do are very good. Especially the multi-variable calculus, linear algebra (main ones I've watched parts of). Was a good complement to my formal lectures.