The following table provides a list of maths resources. These offer materials and information on a variety of mathematics topics. Each resource has a summary description to assist you in locating the right resource for your needs.

  • mathcentre offers free resources to support mathematics development from school to university level in a range of disciplines. Various formats are provided including leaflets, online exercises, and video tutorials, etc.
  • GCSE Maths covers GCSE level online resources for a range of different mathematics topics. A BBC website.
  • MathsRevision offers A Level pure Mathematics, Statistics and Mechanics revision notes, plus GCSE resources.
  • TCAEP This website is published by the Institute of Physics as part of its comprehensive range of websites to support physics and physicists. It contains information on MathsScience and Astronomy.
  • BBC Skills Wise provides very basic maths skills information and guidance.
  • NRICH contains mathematics problems, games, and articles.
  • S-COOL is dedicated to school students. It has GCSE and A Level revision on a range of subjects including maths. Other key skills are also available here.
  • Mathworld is a comprehensive and interactive mathematics site for advanced mathematics requirements.
  • Wolfram Mathematics provides an interface for solving integrals.

Note: these are external websites, therefore we cannot guarantee their accessibility, reliability or accuracy. Please report any broken links to the Academic Skills Team.

The following table provides a list of statistics related resources and associated web pages. These provide materials and information on a variety of statistics related areas. Each resource has a summary description to assist you in locating the right resource for your needs. 

  • Statstutor provides a variety of different resources - case study videos, video tutorials, teach yourself materials, tests and quizzes and facts and formulae leaflets.
  • Mathworld offers extensive information on probability and statistics geared to the more advanced statistician.
  • Maths Revision - A Level Statistics covers a range of topics using clear basic language.
  • HyperStat Online Statistics Textbook covers a comprehensive array of topics through menus, generally using clear, basic language.
  • Engineering Statistics Handbook offers a "handbook" to help scientists and engineers incorporate statistical methods into their work as efficiently as possible.
  • mathcentre offers some downloadable leaflets (in pdf format) providing guidance on basic statistics methods.

Note: these are external websites, therefore we cannot guarantee their accessibility, reliability or accuracy. Please report any broken links to the Academic Skills Team.

The following tables provide lists of maths related resources and associated web pages. These provide materials and information about a variety of mathematics related areas. Each resource has a summary description to assist you in locating the right resource for your needs.

General resources

  • Aurora: Elevator Lady Inc 'lets you use LaTeX in Microsoft® Word, PowerPoint®, Visio®, Excel®, and many other programs.'
  • TeXnic Center 'is a feature rich and easy-to-use integrated environment for creating LaTeX documents on the Windows platform.' Used to create maths documents which require maths symbols, etc.
  • MikTex is an up-to-date implementation of Tex for typesetting of mathematical documents for Windows.
  • MacTeX 'is a product produced by the MacTeX TeXnical working group of the TeX Users Group (TUG). The reference edition runs on Mac OS X, Windows, GNU/Linux, various BSD Unix systems, and most other computer architectures.'
  • Scilab 'is a scientific software package for numerical computations providing a powerful open computing environment for engineering and scientific applications. Scilab is an open source software.'
  • The R-Project is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics.
  • Incompetech offers a variety of free downloadable graph paper in pdf format.
  • Print Free Graph Paper offers a choice of various types of graph paper with some explanation of usage.

Dyscalculia resources

"Dyscalculia" is a lesser-known learning disability that affects mathematical calculations. It is derived from the generic name "mathematics difficulty".

Miscellaneous maths information

  • MathSciNet 'is an electronic publication offering access to a carefully maintained and easily searchable database of reviews, abstracts and bibliographic information for much of the mathematical sciences literature.'
  • arXiv Cornell University Library 'Open access to 509,518 e-prints in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Biology and Statistics.' Main repository for new research papers in maths and physics.

Note: these are external websites, therefore we cannot guarantee their accessibility, reliability or accuracy. Please report any broken links to the Academic Skills Team.