Welcome to the May newsletter from MathsBank. It's just a brief one this month, as we know it's a busy time for you all.
Exam season has now started. If you are a student, some of you in England have already sat the C1 and M1 exams. (It's all different in other parts of the UK.) Whatever your exam timetable, keep up the hard work for another couple of weeks and the next time we speak, you will be enjoying a well-deserved rest. We wish you the very best of luck.
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Just one new article on the blog this month. Following on from our previous post on the European Girls' Maths Olympiad, the London Mathematical Society hosted their annual Women in Maths Day on 6th May. The event was open to all, but was especially aimed at female maths students. The event featured a range of interesting talks and is described in more detail on the LMS website . If you're studying maths at university next year, especially in London, this would be a great event to get along to.
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That's all for now.