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    To self teach AS and A-levels (new specs) in Maths, Further Maths, Geology, Chemistry and Physics.And how quickly could I do it.

    Any suggestions on evening classes or self teaching part time would be appreciated.

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    You could cover an A Level in a week if you really wanted, but you may be working 12 hour days.

    With the maths just practise questions and do past papers, with the other subjects just understand and memorise.
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    maths and further maths can easily be self taught and the time would depend on how smart/ motivated you are
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    (Original post by fg45344)
    You could cover an A Level in a week if you really wanted, but you may be working 12 hour days.

    With the maths just practise questions and do past papers, with the other subjects just understand and memorise.
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    maths and further maths can easily be self taught and the time would depend on how smart/ motivated you are
    Ok thanks for these - do you know of any resources which would be useful. Thanks
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Ok thanks for these - do you know of any resources which would be useful. Thanks
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