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MASH : Maths and Stats Help

All New!! Appointment Booking Choices!

  • Request an Appointment to book ahead. Your request form will be reviewed, an appropriate advisor will be assigned to you based on your subject, query and availability, you will then receive a link to book in for a time that suits you. Your appointment will be the current maximum length, it will be either online or in-person (again your choice!).
  • Last Minute Appointment that you can book directly. These are 30 minute appointments, are only bookable on the day. You can book with either 'any advisor' or see who is available. Availability isn't guaranteed, these are secondary appointments placed between pre-booked appointments or those that have become available from cancelations. These can be booked up to 30mins before the appointment.

Stuck or rusty with some maths or stats in your studies? Or totally amazing at maths/stats but need guidance as to how to get better? MASH is Maths and Stats Help and here to help you with free, relaxed, one-to-one advice.

Please have a look around our website for resources, guides and supporting materials.

When you request an appointment, please give us as much detail as you can, along with your availability.

We aim to see you within two weeks of contact but more than likely we'll see you within a week. At busy times this means that we can only offer short appointments so please prepare and plan what you can before coming along. Do email us for email support or to ask more about the service.


Clinical Animal Behaviour Student:

"I have always struggled with maths and I really would have struggled to have even passed my stats assignment without the help of MASH. With your help though, I ended up getting my highest grade of the whole course!"

Psychology Student:

"I’ve had 3 or 4 appointments with Laura throughout my 3 years at university and each time it was extremely easy to book and to get an appointment within a couple of days. MASH are easy to get hold of and are very responsive to messages."

Clinical Animal Behaviour Student:

"I was very bewildered by statistics on beginning the course and in initial reading. Jamie's help really gave me an idea of the key things to look for and improved my confidence in advance of studying Research Methods."

Animal Behaviour and Welfare Student:

"I had a very weak grasp on statistics before going to MASH for help. Not only did they explain to me which tests I would need to use for my dissertation and why, they also took the time to help me to understand aspects of statistics."

Zoology Student:

"MASH helped me to reach a deeper level of analysis, conclusions and understand limitations of my study. It also made me feel more confident with stats."