|Monday||2.45 - 3.45||Stephens, Storey & Tann||A course|
|Tuesday||1.15 - 2.25||Banfied & Habib||B course|
|Tuesday||2.15 - 3.15||van Beek & Worasaran||B course|
|Tuesday||3.15 - 4.15||Arran & Carr||B course|
|Thursday||2 - 3||Matthes & Simons||B course|
|Thursday||3 - 4pm||Davis & Wilson||B course|
The reference books I recommend are:
Riley, Hobson & Bence - covers all the course, and is great if you understand what's going on
Stroud - doesn't cover everything, will duplicate some A-level stuff, but is great for filling the gap between lectures and example sheets.
Whilst there is no substitute for books, those who are either skint or lazy could consult mathworld
The schedules give all detailed information about the coursework, the examination and a full list of recommended books.
You can also access the last few years' NST Maths exam papers ... but do make sure you click on the Natural Sciences option rather than scaring yourself with the Maths tripos