Exeter Maths and Stats support

Book an appointment online

Stats help is available to all third and fourth year Bioscience and Geography students in Term Two of Year Three. If you are a 1st or 2nd year student please don't book, speak to your lecturers or Academic tutors for assistance.

If you would like to book an appointment online please select your course area below/opposite.

Appointments are made available on a week to week basis as our PHD tutors voluntarily give their time based around their studies.

Once your appointment is booked, your tutor will be notified of your booking and will be in touch to let you know where your appointment will be held.

If you have any questions we are located in Tremough House, follow the signs to find the ASK offices. Or you can email us at askadmin@fxplus.ac.uk or call us on 01326 370438.

Appointments are made available for the following week every Friday afternoon.

We are now offering 1 to 1 appointments Online, or Feedback via Email.  


Biosciences & Geography

Resources curated by the Academic Skills and Student Engagement Team at University of Exeter, those 3rd party links are open access to all students.

Self-paced (open) Math & Stats Resources

Exeter Learning Environment (ELE) Self-Enrolment Courses:

Mathematics for Engineers:


Topics include: Algebra, Functions, Trigonometry, Differentiation, Integration, Complex Numbers, Vectors, Matrices, Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differentiation, Vector Calculus, Numerical Methods, Probability & Statistics.

Refresh your Maths:


Open to all Exeter students for help in analysis and statistics; and for numerical reasoning tests in recruitment. See also: My Career Zone: https://mycareerzone.exeter.ac.uk/workgroups/refresh-your-maths

Maths Peer Assisted Learning (Penryn):

Use the button below to find Maths (Penryn) which is available via the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences section within Peer Support:

Peer Support

PAL Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1570254633034391/  

Helping Engineers Learn Mathematics (open) Workbooks

Helping Engineers Learn Mathematics (HELM)