BSc. Computer Science and Engineering 2025/26

Includes:

2 day Crash Course

100+ Mathematics questions

100+ Systematic Reasoning & Logical Thinking questions

100+ Algorithmic & Computational Thinking questions

Access to recorded course & slides

Mark scheme & worked solutions

Realistic exam simulation

Time management practice

Online Crash Course

Join our focused 2-day crash course designed for students preparing for the TU Delft Computer Science and Engineering Cognitive Skills Test. This course provides in-depth coverage of *Systematic Reasoning & Logical Thinking* and *Algorithmic & Computational Thinking*, with comprehensive theory, practical tips, and problem-solving techniques to help you succeed in the entrance test.

**Dates: **February 24th and 25th

**Timing:**

Sessions are conducted from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM CEST.

Lunch breaks are scheduled from 12:30 PM to 1:00 PM.

**Course Breakdown:**

**Intensive Learning:**Over two days, the course focuses on*Systematic Reasoning & Logical Thinking*and*Algorithmic & Computational Thinking*, providing thorough coverage of key topics, examples, and strategies that are crucial for the entrance test.**Interactive Q&A:**Each day features a dedicated Q&A session, offering students the opportunity to ask questions and clarify any doubts.**Customized Content:**Prior to the course, we will reach out to participants to collect specific questions or challenges they are facing. This feedback will be used to tailor the course content to address the most relevant topics.

**Additional Information:**

All course materials, including recorded sessions and supplementary notes, will be available online for registered students after the course.

Mathematics practice exams

Practice your Mathematics skills for the TU Delft Computer Science and Engineering Cognitive Skills Test with exams that cover key topics such as functions, calculus, and trigonometry. Each practice exam is automatically graded, and step-by-step solutions are provided to help you understand how to solve each problem.

The math practice exams include questions on the following topics:

**Functions and Graphs:**recognition and drawing of polynomial functions, root functions, power functions, logarithmic functions, analyze and draw transformations of these standard functions, determine limits, domain, range, asymptotes and symmetry points, inverse functions**Algebraic Solving:**isolating variables in an expression, rearrange expressions into simplified form, find roots of functions with factorization, solve system of linear equations**Differential Calculus:**derivatives of standard functions, application of product/quotient/chain rule, first and second derivative and analyzing local maximums and minimums and local concave and convex behavior, inflection points, solve optimization problems**Integral Calculus:**limits of integration, definite/indefinite integrals, calculate integral of standard functions, determining surface area, volume of a solid revolution, arc length and mean value of a function**Trigonometry:**functions such as sin(x), cos(x), tan(x), unit circle, exact values of basic trigonometric functions for multiples of angles in the first quadrant, application of the Pythagorean identity, sum and difference identities, double angle formulae**Geometry:**calculate surface and perimeter of two dimensional shapes, calculate volume and surface area of three dimensional objects, determination of lengths and angles with properties of lines, triangles, and quadrilaterals, formulate equations for lines and circles, intersections between lines and circles, distance between points, lines and circles**Vectors:**determine length and direction of vectors, decompose vectors, dot product of two vectors, calculation of angles and distances between vectors, solve problems involving velocity, and acceleration of a point whose path is described by a time-dependent vector representation

Systematic reasoning & logical thinking practice exams

Work on your logical reasoning skills with practice exams for the TU Delft Computer Science and Engineering Cognitive Skills Test. The exams cover topics such as propositional logic, Boolean algebra, predicate logic, and deduction techniques. Each exam is automatically graded, and detailed solutions are provided to help you understand each answer.

The Systematic Reasoning & Logical Thinking practice exams contain questions on the following topics:

**Propositional logic:**Propositions, Logical operators, Precedence rules, Logical equivalence, Universal operators, classifying propositions.**Boolean Algebra:**The Basics of Boolean Algebra, Substitutions laws, Simplifications and additional laws such as The Law of the Excluded Middle and The Distributive Laws.**Predicate logic:**Predicates, Quantifiers, Operators, Logical Equivalence.**Deduction:**Valid Arguments, Proofs, and Proofs in Predicate Logic.

Algorithmic & computational thinking practice exams

Develop your computational thinking with practice exams for the TU Delft Computer Science and Engineering Cognitive Skills Test. These exams include questions on algorithmic thinking, design techniques like network flow and dynamic programming, and puzzles. Each practice exam offers automatic grading and detailed solutions to guide your study.

The Algorithmic & Computational Thinking practice exams contain questions on the following topics:

**Algorithmic Thinking:**This part will cover topics like, The Big O Notation, Graph Theory, and Data Structures.**Algorithmic Design:**This Part will cover topics like, Network Flow, Divide and Conquer, and Dynamic Programming.**Puzzles:**Two types of puzzles will be tested in this section, Algorithm-Related Puzzles and Non-Algorithm Related Puzzles.

Mark scheme & worked solutions

Each practice exam comes with a detailed mark scheme and worked solutions for every question. After completing an exam, you will receive automatic grading to help you understand your performance. The step-by-step solutions show you how to approach each problem and the correct methods to use, making it easier to learn from your mistakes and improve your skills with each attempt.

Includes:

2 day Crash Course

100+ Mathematics questions

100+ Systematic Reasoning & Logical Thinking questions

100+ Algorithmic & Computational Thinking questions

Access to recorded course & slides

Mark scheme & worked solutions

Realistic exam simulation

Time management practice

Online Crash Course

Join our focused 2-day crash course designed for students preparing for the TU Delft Computer Science and Engineering Cognitive Skills Test. This course provides in-depth coverage of *Systematic Reasoning & Logical Thinking* and *Algorithmic & Computational Thinking*, with comprehensive theory, practical tips, and problem-solving techniques to help you succeed in the entrance test.

**Dates: **February 24th and 25th

**Timing:**

Sessions are conducted from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM CEST.

Lunch breaks are scheduled from 12:30 PM to 1:00 PM.

**Course Breakdown:**

**Intensive Learning:**Over two days, the course focuses on*Systematic Reasoning & Logical Thinking*and*Algorithmic & Computational Thinking*, providing thorough coverage of key topics, examples, and strategies that are crucial for the entrance test.**Interactive Q&A:**Each day features a dedicated Q&A session, offering students the opportunity to ask questions and clarify any doubts.**Customized Content:**Prior to the course, we will reach out to participants to collect specific questions or challenges they are facing. This feedback will be used to tailor the course content to address the most relevant topics.

**Additional Information:**

All course materials, including recorded sessions and supplementary notes, will be available online for registered students after the course.

Mathematics practice exams

Practice your Mathematics skills for the TU Delft Computer Science and Engineering Cognitive Skills Test with exams that cover key topics such as functions, calculus, and trigonometry. Each practice exam is automatically graded, and step-by-step solutions are provided to help you understand how to solve each problem.

The math practice exams include questions on the following topics:

**Functions and Graphs:**recognition and drawing of polynomial functions, root functions, power functions, logarithmic functions, analyze and draw transformations of these standard functions, determine limits, domain, range, asymptotes and symmetry points, inverse functions**Algebraic Solving:**isolating variables in an expression, rearrange expressions into simplified form, find roots of functions with factorization, solve system of linear equations**Differential Calculus:**derivatives of standard functions, application of product/quotient/chain rule, first and second derivative and analyzing local maximums and minimums and local concave and convex behavior, inflection points, solve optimization problems**Integral Calculus:**limits of integration, definite/indefinite integrals, calculate integral of standard functions, determining surface area, volume of a solid revolution, arc length and mean value of a function**Trigonometry:**functions such as sin(x), cos(x), tan(x), unit circle, exact values of basic trigonometric functions for multiples of angles in the first quadrant, application of the Pythagorean identity, sum and difference identities, double angle formulae**Geometry:**calculate surface and perimeter of two dimensional shapes, calculate volume and surface area of three dimensional objects, determination of lengths and angles with properties of lines, triangles, and quadrilaterals, formulate equations for lines and circles, intersections between lines and circles, distance between points, lines and circles**Vectors:**determine length and direction of vectors, decompose vectors, dot product of two vectors, calculation of angles and distances between vectors, solve problems involving velocity, and acceleration of a point whose path is described by a time-dependent vector representation

Systematic reasoning & logical thinking practice exams

Work on your logical reasoning skills with practice exams for the TU Delft Computer Science and Engineering Cognitive Skills Test. The exams cover topics such as propositional logic, Boolean algebra, predicate logic, and deduction techniques. Each exam is automatically graded, and detailed solutions are provided to help you understand each answer.

The Systematic Reasoning & Logical Thinking practice exams contain questions on the following topics:

**Propositional logic:**Propositions, Logical operators, Precedence rules, Logical equivalence, Universal operators, classifying propositions.**Boolean Algebra:**The Basics of Boolean Algebra, Substitutions laws, Simplifications and additional laws such as The Law of the Excluded Middle and The Distributive Laws.**Predicate logic:**Predicates, Quantifiers, Operators, Logical Equivalence.**Deduction:**Valid Arguments, Proofs, and Proofs in Predicate Logic.

Algorithmic & computational thinking practice exams

Develop your computational thinking with practice exams for the TU Delft Computer Science and Engineering Cognitive Skills Test. These exams include questions on algorithmic thinking, design techniques like network flow and dynamic programming, and puzzles. Each practice exam offers automatic grading and detailed solutions to guide your study.

The Algorithmic & Computational Thinking practice exams contain questions on the following topics:

**Algorithmic Thinking:**This part will cover topics like, The Big O Notation, Graph Theory, and Data Structures.**Algorithmic Design:**This Part will cover topics like, Network Flow, Divide and Conquer, and Dynamic Programming.**Puzzles:**Two types of puzzles will be tested in this section, Algorithm-Related Puzzles and Non-Algorithm Related Puzzles.

Mark scheme & worked solutions

Includes:

2 day Crash Course

100+ Mathematics questions

100+ Systematic Reasoning & Logical Thinking questions

100+ Algorithmic & Computational Thinking questions

Access to recorded course & slides

Mark scheme & worked solutions

Realistic exam simulation

Time management practice

Online Crash Course

Join our focused 2-day crash course designed for students preparing for the TU Delft Computer Science and Engineering Cognitive Skills Test. This course provides in-depth coverage of *Systematic Reasoning & Logical Thinking* and *Algorithmic & Computational Thinking*, with comprehensive theory, practical tips, and problem-solving techniques to help you succeed in the entrance test.

**Dates: **February 24th and 25th

**Timing:**

Sessions are conducted from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM CEST.

Lunch breaks are scheduled from 12:30 PM to 1:00 PM.

**Course Breakdown:**

**Intensive Learning:**Over two days, the course focuses on*Systematic Reasoning & Logical Thinking*and*Algorithmic & Computational Thinking*, providing thorough coverage of key topics, examples, and strategies that are crucial for the entrance test.**Interactive Q&A:**Each day features a dedicated Q&A session, offering students the opportunity to ask questions and clarify any doubts.**Customized Content:**Prior to the course, we will reach out to participants to collect specific questions or challenges they are facing. This feedback will be used to tailor the course content to address the most relevant topics.

**Additional Information:**

All course materials, including recorded sessions and supplementary notes, will be available online for registered students after the course.

Mathematics practice exams

Practice your Mathematics skills for the TU Delft Computer Science and Engineering Cognitive Skills Test with exams that cover key topics such as functions, calculus, and trigonometry. Each practice exam is automatically graded, and step-by-step solutions are provided to help you understand how to solve each problem.

The math practice exams include questions on the following topics:

**Functions and Graphs:**recognition and drawing of polynomial functions, root functions, power functions, logarithmic functions, analyze and draw transformations of these standard functions, determine limits, domain, range, asymptotes and symmetry points, inverse functions**Algebraic Solving:**isolating variables in an expression, rearrange expressions into simplified form, find roots of functions with factorization, solve system of linear equations**Differential Calculus:**derivatives of standard functions, application of product/quotient/chain rule, first and second derivative and analyzing local maximums and minimums and local concave and convex behavior, inflection points, solve optimization problems**Integral Calculus:**limits of integration, definite/indefinite integrals, calculate integral of standard functions, determining surface area, volume of a solid revolution, arc length and mean value of a function**Trigonometry:**functions such as sin(x), cos(x), tan(x), unit circle, exact values of basic trigonometric functions for multiples of angles in the first quadrant, application of the Pythagorean identity, sum and difference identities, double angle formulae**Geometry:**calculate surface and perimeter of two dimensional shapes, calculate volume and surface area of three dimensional objects, determination of lengths and angles with properties of lines, triangles, and quadrilaterals, formulate equations for lines and circles, intersections between lines and circles, distance between points, lines and circles**Vectors:**determine length and direction of vectors, decompose vectors, dot product of two vectors, calculation of angles and distances between vectors, solve problems involving velocity, and acceleration of a point whose path is described by a time-dependent vector representation

Systematic reasoning & logical thinking practice exams

Work on your logical reasoning skills with practice exams for the TU Delft Computer Science and Engineering Cognitive Skills Test. The exams cover topics such as propositional logic, Boolean algebra, predicate logic, and deduction techniques. Each exam is automatically graded, and detailed solutions are provided to help you understand each answer.

The Systematic Reasoning & Logical Thinking practice exams contain questions on the following topics:

**Propositional logic:**Propositions, Logical operators, Precedence rules, Logical equivalence, Universal operators, classifying propositions.**Boolean Algebra:**The Basics of Boolean Algebra, Substitutions laws, Simplifications and additional laws such as The Law of the Excluded Middle and The Distributive Laws.**Predicate logic:**Predicates, Quantifiers, Operators, Logical Equivalence.**Deduction:**Valid Arguments, Proofs, and Proofs in Predicate Logic.

Algorithmic & computational thinking practice exams

Develop your computational thinking with practice exams for the TU Delft Computer Science and Engineering Cognitive Skills Test. These exams include questions on algorithmic thinking, design techniques like network flow and dynamic programming, and puzzles. Each practice exam offers automatic grading and detailed solutions to guide your study.

The Algorithmic & Computational Thinking practice exams contain questions on the following topics:

**Algorithmic Thinking:**This part will cover topics like, The Big O Notation, Graph Theory, and Data Structures.**Algorithmic Design:**This Part will cover topics like, Network Flow, Divide and Conquer, and Dynamic Programming.**Puzzles:**Two types of puzzles will be tested in this section, Algorithm-Related Puzzles and Non-Algorithm Related Puzzles.

Mark scheme & worked solutions

The timeline

Within 10 minutes of purchase, you will receive an email to set up your ANS account.

The crash course will be held on the weekend of the 25th and 26th of January 2025, from 9am-17pm CEST.

Complete the academic test for TU Delft between February 24th - March 4th*, 2025.

Your access to the ANS platform will expire on April 1st 2025.

*The dates marked with an asterisk may vary by a few days.

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Who should use DelftPrep?

DelftPrep is an invaluable resource for anyone aiming to excel in the Aerospace Engineering entrance exam at TU Delft, providing tailored preparation materials and support.

How do I access the practice materials?

After purchasing you will receive an email with instructions on how to set up your account. The practice exams will be available through the ANS exam platform from the 14th of September onwards.

What package is right for me?

The needs of every student are different. If you have any hesitation please feel free to contact us at contact@delftprep.nl

I didn't get in last year. Which package should I choose?

If you were close to passing the admission test last year, the All-Subject Prep package is recommended, focusing on extensive question practice. For those seeking a comprehensive review, our is highly recommended.

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You should consider purchasing DelftPrep starting from September 1st, 2024. This gives you six months to thoroughly prepare for the entrance exams in February and March 2025.

How is the online crash course conducted?

Our Online Crash Course unfolds through live sessions hosted on Google Meet.

How long will I have access to the ANS platform?

You will have access to the ANS platform until April 1st, 2025. After this date, your access will expire.

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