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Hello there everyone!
I hope you are having a wonderful day. I was just wondering does anyone know any good study material or scripts for the undergraduate mathematics test. Also where can I see the difference between math A and math B.
One last question would be if the EJU syllabus is for MEXT tests: EJU Syllabus for Mathematics (To be applied to the questions of the 2015 EJU 1st Session (June)) - JASSO
if that is the case would course 1 be mathematics A and course 2 mathematics B
Thank you so much for your time guys.
 

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hi!
Well, there is not an specific material to study... But if you have noticed, most of the test for A as for B is about algebra and some of geometry... from the other side, you can use the past papers of the exams (There is a lot, from 2007 to 2015, from what I could find) or specific books concerning at those two areas of mathematics, The exams are to prove that you have the necessary knowledge ... so they are more something like a compilation of everything that has been seen in high school, that is why in it comes from simple ecuations till integrals.... Regarding the second question, the answer is no ....the EJU syllabus is it for a different exam, in case you want to go to study to Japan as an independent and not by means of the scholarship ...But just in case, it would not be bad to take it into consideration... And about A and B... I´m not sure if it referes at the fild of study A and B in humanities and sciences ..so... if you are taking an area of study from the group A or B, you sould take the exam for your respective area.
so...
I hope it would help you!
 

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hi!
Well, there is not an specific material to study... But if you have noticed, most of the test for A as for B is about algebra and some of geometry... from the other side, you can use the past papers of the exams (There is a lot, from 2007 to 2015, from what I could find) or specific books concerning at those two areas of mathematics, The exams are to prove that you have the necessary knowledge ... so they are more something like a compilation of everything that has been seen in high school, that is why in it comes from simple ecuations till integrals.... Regarding the second question, the answer is no ....the EJU syllabus is it for a different exam, in case you want to go to study to Japan as an independent and not by means of the scholarship ...But just in case, it would not be bad to take it into consideration... And about A and B... I´m not sure if it referes at the fild of study A and B in humanities and sciences ..so... if you are taking an area of study from the group A or B, you sould take the exam for your respective area.
so...
I hope it would help you!
Thank you so much for taking the time to clear up some of my questions. I will mostly focus my studies on geometry and algebra then.
 
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