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    In my gap year I intend to spend 6 months in UK working to save, and 6 months abroad travelling. Now to keep my mind busy while at home, I'd like to complete my maths AS that I dropped after y12, to a full A2. I've looked at local college websites but they don't seem to have anything on part time studying for the three modules. Anyone have any ideas? Would it be possible to intensely study the modules and sit all 3 in Jan? Ideas please.
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    I doubt it - maths is a hard subject. You tryed looking at your local college for a part time course in 'A2 mathematics' not individual modules?
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    Just buy the Heinemann books, and work through them.
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    (Original post by mik1a)
    Just buy the Heinemann books, and work through them.
    Easier said than done. For teaching yourself they are pretty useless.
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    i think with any other subject I might have a hope of teaching myself. Maths, I'm afraid not!

    Anyone want to teach me for the summer of 2005?
 
 
 
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