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    and core maths? (by self studying)
    depends how much to want to work at it.

    If you really wanted you could do a module a week, realistically though maybe 2-3 weeks per module
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    A day.
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    and core maths? (by self studying)
    Entirely depends on how many hours you are willing to put in, and what you define as "completed".
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    You might as well ask me what's my favourite fruit. Would you believe me if I said apple?
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    You might as well ask me what's my favourite fruit. Would you believe me if I said apple?
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    You can do FP1 and C1 especially quite quickly because they are very basic modules compared to the others.
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    took me around 15hrs to get the basics down for FP1 - obviously not exam standard, probably between 60-65 marks /75 at current level

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    and core maths? (by self studying)
    If it's from scratch i would say anout 2 weeks but if unhave learnt it all going thru it qgainnis like 2days max
    C1 4days if u remember gcse
    C2 same as fp1 maybe 2-3weeks
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    It depends what you've already done, how much work you do and how naturally gifted you are.

    However, FP1 isn't that big and neither is it hard.
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    It took me just under a month to get through FP1, it's a very easy module. C3 and c4 took a bit longer. I didn't self study for c1 and c2, it took ages in school.
 
 
 
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