Thought about getting a second higher, as it is always spinning in it, and education law.
The choice fell on CMC MSU, there will need to pass an oral interview in mathematics and all.
After 9th grade math vaguely remember, there are two ideas, first is to pass quickly to repeat all the textbooks for classes 9,10,11 and begin to solve the problem, but it is possible long. The second option is to start studying the manuals and tutorials for applicants, but in the same Tkachuk immediately starts hardcore trigonometry, which I don't remember.
May be someone has experience of this training? Here is a sample program:
Equality and identity. Equations, inequalities, system. Solutions (roots) of equations, inequalities, systems. Rovnoselmash.
Function, domain of definition and range of values. Increase, decrease, frequency, parity, odd parity. The largest and smallest values of the function. The graph of the function.
Linear, quadratic, power, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric functions. Basic properties and graphs.
Arithmetic and geometric progressions.
The theory of connections. The Binomial Theorem
Rectangular and polar coordinates on the plane. Equations of lines, parametric equations of lines. Video, circle, conic curves in the plane.
Vectors in the plane and in space. Linear combination of vectors. The decomposition of a vector the base vectors.
The concept of a complex number. The image of complex numbers in the plane, properties of modulus and argument, trigonometric and exponential forms of a complex number.
Limit, basic properties of limits, infinitesimals and infinitely large quantities.
The concept of differentiation. The definition of the derivative. Geometric and mechanical meaning of derivative, equation of tangent to the graph of the function. The basic rules of differentiation.
The concept of integration. Primitive. An indefinite integral. Definite integral. Basic rules of integration.