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Consulting in software studies at the Open University


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Mathematics I learned until the eighth grade remained for me to complete 4 years. And with a private tutor why does it seem so complicated to study this material in six months? It seems to me more than enough to learn 4 alone, especially since it does not seem to me (I do not know that I think you'll fix me if I'm wrong) that you use everything you learn in 5 units there are things you do not need to skip, and that's why this teacher is here and he will say I do not think that half a year is a little time.

I have a budget for this, of course it is not unlimited and I will have to reduce spending as much as possible but for that I do have.

I live in Nofim (a settlement in Samaria)

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The point is that I can not take courses that are not self-study and require me to come to study every day or even a few times a week otherwise I would not do all this rush, I would just do English and math courses properly and only then go to university.

I took the Open just because there was a possibility of self-study without guidance sessions.

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I noticed it. From personal experience, 1 is the most murderous course in the open. Is simply difficult in levels and in addition the jump of the test is simply meteoric as opposed to chores.

It is better to start with a discrete, discrete (friendly course staff), linear algebra 1 and only then Infini 1.

That's how you get to 1 Infiniti, which you've already rubbed in math courses. I think it's very important to start small and then raise with difficulty.

OK. I did not learn in the open, so of course you know much better than I do.

I got the comment. Thanks. :)

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In half a year you can also do 5 math units if you learn properly. This is assuming you have a mathematical head (which is also required for the courses at the University ...).

I think it's a good idea to learn good numbers and not with a tutor. Benny Goren's books are excellent, I studied with them alone to improve my maturity. If you do not understand / succeed in solving any exercise, you can use the Internet (strongly recommend emath.co.il).

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In my opinion, it is unnecessary to complete matriculation exams now.

You will learn the main topics in mathematics and then do the window.

You have tons of material in textbooks and on the Internet. There are even great videos on YouTube (especially in English, but it's a great way to improve both English and English concepts).

If you stop in eighth grade, you have to complete everything related to solving quadratic equations, analysis (investigation of polynomial functions), geometry and proofs, series, borders, induction proofs, vectors, complex field numbers.

Without these subjects you will get lost in courses like Infi, Linear and Discrete Algebra.

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I have a bachelor's degree from a regular university and will soon graduate from my university

I did another two-degree degree in quite overlapping circles at the Open University (in fact, I did not finish it but I have little left, I do not know if I have the psychic strength for it)

In addition, I have a semester semester from the Technion.

Why do I bring this preface because to learn I know and I am a stupid person and because of the many years of study I found that many books of the Open University passed under me in subjects I did not study. The level there is very, but very high, and I do not think I would manage there, certainly not with my level.

So what are my tips?

First of all, calm down. You're as tight as a tampon. Most of the questions you have asked about open doors, the ability to find out on their own, are very clear.

Forget about your matriculation exams, you do not need it and it's just a waste of money and time.

What would I recommend to you? And I ask you to read carefully because it took me a long time to write down this.

First of all you delete all the games and all your movies and you forget about the girls until further notice.

Of course I exaggerate the stump. You leave it to the minimum of the minimum only for difficult days or for periods that you have to break away

(For that matter it will start with you from the second year of studies)

English

You buy an English grammar book tomorrow (I have recommendations for some excellent books) and some books in genres that you like or connect to.

You do not need to know grammatical English, but once you have the basics or at least you can go back to a book for something you do not know, your confidence will come up with the grammar you have and try to solve and understand topics in your spare time.

Also, from tomorrow, you read every day 20 pages at least in English from the books you bought. Every word you do not understand you write on a page and at the end of the reading you turn to the Oxford Dictionary (Oxford no TransLight) and you translate your words into a notebook and you try to memorize them.

This is not scientific English, and you will still have the English academic ulcer later on, but it is very, very, very helpful to you (I have an English 147 in psycho, fluent English, and in fact if not my horrible accent, you would not know that ten years ago I did not know English at all. I learned most of my English in my years in the IDF, while reading every single moment books on books on books)

open University

If you have time (before the Open) and money, then maybe you will actually try Joel Geva's course. I do not know the course, but it will probably give you at least some minimal basis. As far as I know, you'll get along very well at the Mathematica window also with 3 units (and 3 math units in this joke)

Again, when it comes to the Open University, it will only be registered. See how you get along with the stuff. Later on, you will buy your books from the Open University, through which you will teach more advanced courses, for example Infi. You'll start learning alone so you'll have a better starting point when you take the courses and really believe it's worth the money in the long run.

Onward, I personally would go on a two-way mail with something humane. Why humane and not thematic? Because you will be accommodated, as you were told, the degrees are very congruent and it would be less of an interest for employers to take only electrical engineering or electrical engineering and computer science. Keep away from describing that they tended to a real theory such as Mathematica, physics work in them a little and much higher level describe that only rely on mathematics.

So again why humane? Take a break from numbers, do not rub yourself and the like, but be careful about it, you can fall for a human title that will be much harder than mathematics (who knows what I know) so consult with me. It's less than a duty but my advice and probably the majority here will pardon me for it.

Zionists

As far as I know, I'm not sure, in real degrees it's the main thing you've done and the average of 80 (and maybe even less?).

The main difficulty in humanistic descriptions is not the material but the Zionists. My total average for the bachelor's degree (I got it at last just yesterday!) Is 91 + and in this average human being is not at all impressive.

Summary

But calm down again. Time aside, the 21 son and even if you finish your degree at the age of 26, you will surely have a job and even a pretty good job.

For that matter, I am with all my knowledge, working three days a week, around 12 hours a day and earning an average of 40 NIS.

When 40 is the lowest salary for a computer science graduate ...

The Open University degree is a full academic degree and if you want to pursue an MA in academia, you will have to go to any university and no one will disqualify you for it.

In other words, I already mentioned that I know of businesses that take students from the open and they even prefer them over other overtures

Good luck

(I like this to leave everything and start a real title again)

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A. Thank you very much for the long and detailed answer.

B.

English

You buy an English grammar book tomorrow (I have recommendations for some excellent books) and some books in genres that you like or connect to.

You do not need to know grammatical English, but once you have the basics or at least you can go back to a book for something you do not know, your confidence will come up with the grammar you have and try to solve and understand topics in your spare time.

Also, from tomorrow, you read every day 20 pages at least in English from the books you bought. Every word you do not understand you write on a page and at the end of the reading you turn to the Oxford Dictionary (Oxford not Google TransLight) and you translate the words into a notebook and you try to memorize them.

This is not scientific English, and you will still have the English academic ulcer later on, but it is very, very, very helpful to you (I have an English 147 in psycho, fluent English, and in fact if not my horrible accent, you would not know that ten years ago I did not know English at all. I learned most of my English in my years in the IDF, while reading every single moment books on books on books)

The truth is that this is how I learned, until I was sick of reading a thriller at the rate of a page in 10 minutes, so I bought Berlitz books, and I was rather disappointed that they teach less English and more teach the English they need to get along in a place where only English is understood. So I think I will really go back to learning the way you suggested. (The truth I thought more about the book of art of asembly)

open University

If you have time (before the Open) and money, then maybe you will actually try Joel Geva's course. I do not know the course, but it will probably give you at least some minimal basis. As far as I know, you'll get along very well at the Mathematica window also with 3 units (and 3 math units in this joke)

At the moment I do not have a matriculation certificate at all, so I prefer not to enroll in a math course, YouTube has this course taken, and meanwhile I want to start going through the videos and see if my level is enough or not.

Onward, I personally would go on a two-way mail with something humane. Why humane and not thematic? Because you will be accommodated, as you were told, the degrees are very congruent and it would be less of an interest for employers to take only electrical engineering or electrical engineering and computer science. Keep away from describing that they tended to a real theory such as Mathematica, physics work in them a little and much higher level describe that only rely on mathematics.

So again why humane? Take a break from numbers, do not rub yourself and the like, but be careful about it, you can fall for a human title that will be much harder than mathematics (who knows what I know) so consult with me. It's less than a duty but my advice and probably the majority here will pardon me for it.

I prefer to do a single class and focus on it. I looked at the courses and it's very interesting. In contrast, in my class I did not see a course that would interest me (maybe psychology, but I guess it's particularly difficult and it will only burden me).

Good luck

Thank you.

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Okay, I'm debating between the course this Course this What do you recommend?

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You roll the cart before the horses.

The split course is the same course that split it into two parts. Ie the material is the same material, but you have times 2 time to assimilate it. (In my opinion, it is recommended for those who did not plan in his life - taking the split course).

In my opinion you can take Part A, already in the next semester. (B) . And together with him, you will take a matriculation course in mathematics.

I recommend taking the course - because it gives some framework, which you have not had so far. I can recommend Geva Tel Aviv and Herzliya, but I have no knowledge of the other frameworks.

About buying books: You do not have to buy books of the Open. You can sign up for an opening and go borrow books from their library in Ra'anana. A waste of money .

About English: Start reading books. Something I did in the past: I read the translation of the book in Hebrew and then I read the book in English. I think it's much nicer because you already know the plot and so you also see little changes between the translation and the original. I personally liked doing it.

There are also websites in English - you will start browsing and reading things that interest you - in English.

With regard to the fact that its opening is more difficult -

Simbor made my day. I've been saying it for a year now and even one of our practitioners who is practicing at the AA also said that.

There is nothing to do and no inner logic: at the beginning you learn the most difficult level.

1 is not equivalent to the 1 of the engineering, but to the 1 of mathematicians, and here lies all the difference and difficulty.

Not at all Adjustments to the degree you are studying, as opposed to other places (and correct me if I am wrong).

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It is better to take Part A and not the full course although it may be that it will save me a whole semester? After all, as I said, I have programming knowledge and more in C # which is very similar, do not you think it is better to take the full?

Did you do it? Can you answer me a few questions about him?

And not so that I will learn in mathematics just what is needed for the degree instead of learning all the 4 units? Will this save me time that I can invest in English and other courses?

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For Medhat's course:

The fact that you read a book in C # does not mean you know how to program what you also have with English. In this course you have to read English. (Highly recommended to reach him that you can read English - you get a book in English)

If there are any more questions, send me HF, with all the questions, until tonight I will try to answer you everything.

As for maturity: I approach that you currently need to develop mathematical thinking.

You will learn the concepts of matrix, boundary, series, sacramente, nucleus, figure etc. You will start swimming in this world.

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lior is known .. you have almost no syllabus ... you have material and you learn .. the scope of the material itself is double if not more. The reason they do this is to leverage the unsuitable ones. One of the degrees I usually did was sociology, I finished my degree in just two years, and I worked a lot, a lot, a lot of material for my grades (and there were courses that Khalas says how much more stuff can be crammed into one course). More than once I was referred to the open books. And when you compare the material between two overlapping courses, you are amazed at how much knowledge you have at the beginning. This is also the reason why few people graduate. Has opened around the 50 thousand students a year since since the OpenScript was established, somewhere in the 70, only 30 thousand finished with a degree

eido: Psychology is one of the degrees I tried to do through the Open and I did not finish :) Stay away from it like a fire. It is very interesting for those who have an attraction to the field but great grief. The basis of psychology is biology, sociology, philospapia and education. And in order to understand psychology well you need to know these bases. In regular university it is a matter of lesson two without delving into it, opening up entire chapters (and chapter dozens of pages and hundreds) in books of psychology.

When you think about it, the only humanistic degree that I know for sure is relatively easy and interesting is education or special education

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1 is not equivalent to the 1 of the engineering, but to the 1 of mathematicians, and here lies all the difference and difficulty.

Not at all Adjustments to the degree you are studying, as opposed to other places (and correct me if I am wrong).

So here I am correcting you :)

Computer Science at the Hebrew University - All the mathematical courses are shared by the Department of Mathematics. 1 and 2 are doing with math students.

The same goes for other math courses.

In any case, do not forget that not many graduates finish their degrees for a variety of reasons. The level of material is not one of them (ie, yes, but the level is no different from that of the Technion or Hebrew). At the beginning of the study, there are those who did not stand at the receiving end of other universities, those who combine their studies with work (I am a fourth year and do not have a moment to work), those who dismiss the degree and so on.

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