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Maths Tutorial and Competency Test in TU Dublin

Opportunity for applicants to DT302 and DT066 to achieve Maths requirement before the Leaving Cert.

Maths Tutorial and Competency Test in TU Dublin

TU Dublin - City Centre is holding a Mathematics Competency Test (MCT) for applicants to its Level 8 (Honours) Degree Programmes which require Higher Level Maths.

The purpose of the MCT is to offer candidates an alternative route to achieve this minimum entry requirement.

The MCT is not obligatory and no extra CAO points are awarded for successful students. Those students that are successful will have met the minimum entry requirement of Higher Level Maths in Leaving Certificate Mathematics. 

The MCT is set at a similar standard as the Leaving Certificate Honours Mathematics examination. Students that have studied the Leaving Certificate Mathematics curriculum at Honours Level are invited to sit the exam.

DIT will shortly be accepting applications to sit the MCT from those who have applied to TU Dublin via CAO for a Level 8 Honours Programme which have a minimum requirement of an H4 in Mathematics.‌

DT302 Business Analytics

DT066 Engineering (General Entry)

EASTER DATES 

TUTORIAL: 

Dates: Monday 15th & Tuesday 16th April 2019 (2 days)
Time: 9:30am to 1pm & 2pm to 5pm each day.
Location of Tutorials:  Monday 15th, please go to Room G-007, TU Dublin, Kevin Street, Dublin 8 at 9:30am where you will be split into groups (Rooms: G-007, 1-008 and 3-008). 

 

TEST: 

Date: Wednesday 17th April 2019
Time: Please arrive at 9am. Exam starts at 9.30am sharp (3 hours duration)
Location of Test: Basement Exam Hall, TU Dublin, Kevin Street, Dublin 8 


ID REQUIRED:
  A RECOGNISED FORM OF PHOTO ID WILL BE REQUIRED TO SIT THE EXAME.g.,Passport or Driving Licence or (An Garda Siochana) National Age Card

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What about the courses I have applied for in other colleges?

There are a sample of other colleges that offer a similar exam in August. This exam facilitates students who have received their Leaving Cert results but did not achieve the required grade in Maths. TU Dublin will again offer students the chance to sit the MCT in August. To find out more about these Second Chance Maths exams click here.


The CareersPortal Team

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