Junior Mathematics and Statistics
This site contains information on Junior Mathematics at the University of Sydney. Each unit of study has its own web page; links to these pages are given in the table below.
Enrolment advice
Click here for enrolment information dependent on your HSC Mathematics qualifications
Contact details
General and administrative enquiries about Junior units of study should be directed to the School of Mathematics and Statistics Student Office, located on level 5 of the Carslaw Building (Room 520, opposite the lifts).
Phone number: 9351 5787.
Email: firstyear@maths.usyd.edu.au.
Students: Please give your name and SID in your email message. Anonymous
messages will not be answered.
The Director of First Year Studies in the School of Mathematics and Statistics is Dr. Sharon Stephen (Carslaw 534).
Enquiries about details of a particular unit of study should be directed to the lecturer for that unit, who can be contacted by email if necessary. For further information, follow the link below to the web page for the relevant unit.
Please take notice of this important information regarding Special Consideration and Special Arrangements for exams.
Duty Tutors from Week 2 of First Semester
Students needing help with understanding the content of units of study MATH1011, MATH1015, MATH1001 and MATH1002 are encouraged to seek help from their lecturers, or from our Duty Tutors.
Consultation times for lecturers are given on the respective unit of study information sheet, a click away from the unit of study webpage.
Duty tutors are available between 1pm and 2pm on Tuesdays in Carslaw 829 and Thursdays in Carslaw 830, from Week 2 to Week 13, commencing 1 pm on Tuesday 8 March 2016.
Please note that there will be no sessions during the Teaching Break 28 March  1 April.
The Duty Tutors are all Teaching Fellows in the School and experienced at assisting and advising students. They are
 Pieter Roffelsen (Tuesdays)
 Kevin Wang (Tuesdays), with expertise in statistics
 Nathan Duignan (Thursdays)
 Sarah Romanes (Thursdays), with expertise in statistics
Basic important information
Special consideration and special arrangements
Do not apply for special consideration for attendance or quizzes. See the information on the Special Consideration page.
FAQ
There is a Frequently Asked Questions page. If there is something you want to know, check there first!
Unit of study discussion
Click here to access the discussion site for first year units.
Handbook
Click here for the 2016 Junior Mathematics and Statistics Handbook.
Calculators in exams
For almost all examinations in units of study taught by the School of Mathematics and Statistics, students are permitted to take their own electronic calculator into the examination room provided it has been approved. The list of approvable calculators is on the Examinations Office web site with instructions on how to get your calculator approved.
Students would be well advised to purchase one of these. Students must get an approved sticker put on their calculator at the Student Centre in the Jane Foss Russell building.
Further important information
 Be aware of the University's plagiarism policy.
Students may wish to compete in the Norbert Quirk Mathematical Essay Competition.
Units of Study
Advanced Units  
First Semester  Second Semester  




Mainstream Units  
First Semester  Second Semester  



Fundamental Units  
First Semester  Second Semester  



Other Units (not available to all students)  
First Semester  

*  MATH1015 and MATH1005 have similar syllabuses. In most cases students wishing to study junior level statistics are free to choose either the first semester unit MATH1015 or the second semester unit MATH1005 