Hours & Location
The Math Lab is on the first floor, north wing of the TMCB, room 159. It can be reached from the northernmost doors of the building or by entering the east doors and going down the first hallway on the right. Call (801) 4224695 for more info.
We are closed on all major holidays, the Saturdays of General Conference, and during the breaks between BYU Semesters.
The Math Lab will be closed Sat. July 23Mon. July 25 to celebrate the Pioneer Holiday.
Hours of Operation 

Monday  10am5pm 
Tuesday*  12pm7pm 
Wednesday  10am7pm 
Thursday  10am7pm 
Friday  10am4pm 
Saturday  10am1pm 
Sunday  Closed 
*Closed for Devotional
Independent Study
The Math Lab is the perfect place for help on Independent Study courses in Math 97, 110, 112, 113, 119, 313, and 334, as follows:
 By phone to 8014224695: A secretary in the Math Lab will quickly get you in contact with a tutor on duty, and the tutor will assist you on the phone and via web cam on the internet, as necessary.
 By email to mathlabhelp@mathematics.byu.edu
 Come in person to the north wing of the TMCB, room 159. Feel free to come in whenever you have a question during our open hours. Just talk to one of the secretaries in the northwest corner office.
Still not getting the help you need? We have an excellent group of tutors on our Private Tutoring List. (See below)
Private Tutor List
The Math Lab provides a current list of individuals who are willing to tutor students in math. Rates and availability vary among tutors.
The Math Lab provides the following handout for your convenience:
 Trigonometry Review
 Derivatives and Integrals
 Factoring Trinomials
 Fundamental Graphs
 Maple – A quick Reference
 Summary of Convergence Tests for Series
 Crash Course in Proofs
Math 113
Test 1
Fall 2012 Exam 1 (Free Response)
Winter 2013 Exam 1 (Free Response)
Test 2
Winter 2013 Exam 2 (Free Response)
Test 3
Fall 2012 Exam 3 (Free Response)
Winter 2013 Exam 3 (Free Response)
Math 112
Test 1
Winter 2011 Exam 1 (with answers)
Test 2
Winter 2011 Exam 2 (with answers)
Test 3
Winter 2011 Exam 3 (with answers)
Math 111
Trigonometry Final Exam Review
Math 116
Algebra Review (good for anyone)
Math 118
For more review materials, visit:
*Question 31 on this review is more clear than the copy
found in the above link.
Math 119
Practice Exam 2 Answers (Fall 2010)
Practice Final Exam (Winter 2009)
Also, here are some interesting math links if you are interested.
 The Integrator — will integrate almost any ugly integral.
 — has a lot of good information about a lot of different kinds of mathematics.
The Math Lab provides the following material for the Algebra Review Sessions:
 Decimals and Fractions
 Exponents and Logarithms
 Intercepts and Asymptotes
 Summation Symbols and Factoring
 Factoring Trinomials
For questions about reviews or to report a mistake in the materials, feel free to email:
mathlablower@mathematics.byu.edu
Upper Division Review Materials
Math 313
Math 314
Math 334
Heat Conduction – sample problems
Employment
When we are hiring, we will post our openings on BYU Job Services.
Math Lab Tutor
Requirements:
 Lower division tutors: Proficiency in algebra, trigonometry, and differential and integral calculus. This includes course material in Math 110, 111, 112, 113, 116, and 118. Skills are assessed by an exam proctored by the Math Lab secretaries. The test covers Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, and Analysis.
 Upper division tutors: Proficiency in basic proofs, multivariate calculus, linear algebra, and ordinary differential equations. This includes material from Math 313, 314, and 334. Skills are assessed by both the lower division exam (described above) and an upper division exam proctored by the Math Lab secretaries.
 Ability to thoroughly explain both familiar and new or difficult concepts to students in understandable ways. (No “it is intuitively obvious” or “by inspection”.)
 Flexible schedule.
 Bring a copy of your resume to the Math Lab or email it to grannyjax@math.byu.edu
Review sheets for the application exams can be found here:
The tests may be taken anytime during normal Math Lab hours. Allow about two hours for each exam.
Responsibilities:
 Assist students in the Math Lab in understanding mathematics by answering questions and explaining concepts.
 Attend weekly training meetings to maintain teaching and conceptbased skills.
 Represent the Math Lab in a manner consistent with the Goals of a BYU Education and the BYU Honor Code.
 Teach Math Labhosted review sessions for selected 100 or 300level classes.
Secretary
When we are hiring, we will post our openings on BYU Job Services.
For questions regarding employment, please contact:
Jackie Robertson
162 TMCB
4224696
grannyjax@math.byu.edu
or
Math Lab Office
159A TMCB
4224697