For students that can meet important milestones related to the Mathematics line, the BIT Programme Management team is organising an extra opportunity to pass the following courses in the Mathematics Line: “Intro to Math & Calculus 1A”, “Calculus 1B”, “Linear Algebra”, and “*Probability Theory*”. To be eligible for this extra opportunity, students must:

- Meet one milestone by passing one of the four aforementioned courses;
- Milestones: obtaining positive BSA, completing the courses in the Mathematics line of the 1
^{st}year.

- Milestones: obtaining positive BSA, completing the courses in the Mathematics line of the 1
- Having a minimum attendance of 70% of the individual (one-on-one) mathematics tutoring scheme;
- You must book at least 10 meetings of 90 minutes with one of the authorised Math tutors;
- From these meetings, you’re required to attend no less than 70% (this means attending 7 meetings if you booked 10 meetings or attending 10 meetings if you booked 14, etc).
*For Probability Theory; you must book at least 6 meetings of 90 minutes with one of the authorized Math tutors. From this meetings, you’re required to attend no less than 70% (this means attending 4 meetings if you booked 6 meetings etc.)*- There’s no limit to the number of meetings;
- For the eligibility analysis, the meetings considered are those taking place during the period of 1
^{st}June 2023 to 14^{th}July 2023. You are free to book meetings after 14^{th}July, but they will not count for eligibility. - o
*For the eligibility analysis for Probability Theory, the meetings considered are those taking place during the period of 22*^{nd}June 2023 to12^{th}July 2023. You are free to book meetings after12^{th}of July, but they won’t count for the eligibility.

- Submit your request to enter the individual tutoring program by completing this form.
- Your request is subject to approval by the P.M. team, which will check for the meetings’ schedule and the other eligibility rules listed above.

The Mathematics Summer RESITs will be offered according to the scheme below:

**Wednesday 19 July, 08.45, Location TBD: Probability Theory****Monday 24 July ,13.45, Location Therm: Linear Algebra****Tuesday 25 July 13.45, Location Therm: Intro to Math & Calculus 1A, Calculus 1B**

What do you need to do to take on this opportunity? See the step-by-step instructions below:

- Register for the one-on-one mathematics tutoring scheme:
- Book your individual sessions with one of the TAs and get their signature agreeing with the proposed schedule.
- To talk with the TAs, join this MS Teams workspace and publish a message in the 'Meetings Scheduling' channel. All involved TAs will receive a notification of your message.

- Fill-out-the form below to request your formal enrollment in the ‘Math individual tutoring’ scheme.
**ATTENTION**: You will be asked to upload the meeting schedule (including the TAs signature agreeing with such a schedule).

To attend the Math Summer RESIT, you need to be eligible. This eligibility may come from the milestone scheme (explained above) or from authorization given by the Exam Board. Therefore, in case you’re authorized to take this opportunity via the ‘milestone scheme’, the Programme Management will double-check your eligibility and communicate with you about the verdict (whether you’re allowed to take this opportunity).

When checking for the final eligibility to attend the test via the ‘milestone scheme’, the P.M. team will consider all your previous results, including the final results of Module 4. Additionally, the P.M. will check for the minimum attendance (70%) to the individual meeting schedule. Applicants need to meet all the criteria above to be eligible. The final decision about your authorisation to attend the Math Summer RESIT will be communicated by email no later than 17^{th} July 2023.*The final decision about your authorisation to attend the Probability RESIT will be communicated by email no later than 14 ^{th} July 2023. *