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    It's nearing the end of the summer already but because of my personal circumstances, I received my A level grades a while back and have had a confirmed uni place for months. Since I got my results, I've kind of been milling around but I don't want my maths skills to be too rusty when I actually leave for uni. Are there any good resources online that would help me to brush up on my maths? I've been trying to do lots of past papers: STEP, uni entrance exams and that, but I'm kind of stagnating. What would you recommend?
    Thanks.
    Just FYI, the modules covered were: C1,2,3,4, S1,2,M1,2, D1,2<-(biggest load of ******** ever) and FP1,2 if that makes a difference.
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    (Original post by NoHetero)
    It's nearing the end of the summer already but because of my personal circumstances, I received my A level grades a while back and have had a confirmed uni place for months. Since I got my results, I've kind of been milling around but I don't want my maths skills to be too rusty when I actually leave for uni. Are there any good resources online that would help me to brush up on my maths? I've been trying to do lots of past papers: STEP, uni entrance exams and that, but I'm kind of stagnating. What would you recommend?
    Thanks.
    Just FYI, the modules covered were: C1,2,3,4, S1,2,M1,2, D1,2<-(biggest load of ******** ever) and FP1,2 if that makes a difference.

    You could read 'How to think like a Mathematician' or even 'Bridging the gap to university level Mathematics' (I'm on my phone so can't post links to pdf version).

    Personally, I'm just doing STEP papers and going far beyond A-level syllabus for certain A-level Maths topics such matrices, complex numbers.
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    (Original post by NoHetero)
    It's nearing the end of the summer already but because of my personal circumstances, I received my A level grades a while back and have had a confirmed uni place for months. Since I got my results, I've kind of been milling around but I don't want my maths skills to be too rusty when I actually leave for uni. Are there any good resources online that would help me to brush up on my maths? I've been trying to do lots of past papers: STEP, uni entrance exams and that, but I'm kind of stagnating. What would you recommend?
    Thanks.
    Just FYI, the modules covered were: C1,2,3,4, S1,2,M1,2, D1,2<-(biggest load of ******** ever) and FP1,2 if that makes a difference.
    self teach yourself FP3 + go over some STEP papers.
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