Engineers Ireland offers free maths grinds to students

Engineers Ireland offers free maths grinds to students

Leaving Certificate maths students have been offered free grinds by the country's main engineering representative body.

Engineers Ireland has announced the grings will be on offer from Saturday, September 25 until the Easter holidays.

The grinds will be held by Tim Joyce at the Engineers Ireland offices, 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge from 11am to 2pm every Saturday.

The grinds will be for honours maths students sitting the Leaving Certificate this summer and will be recorded to allow students to review sessions afterwards.

Students must register online at www.engineersireland.ie/mathsgrinds to book their attendance as places are limited.


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