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    It's very possible. A lot of schools do fast track maths where they finish A Level Maths in one year

    In fact you can teach yourself with websites like examsolutions.net, you don't have to wait for a teacher to teach it to you. Then just do lots and lots of past papers
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    (Original post by Ua3142)
    Idk about actual colleges, but you could find fast track courses online that teaches you as + a2 in one year. I think they support you using livecam or videos and they'll set you home work + tests to do online.
    Yeah I've had a look and it seems the best for me. Right now, it is just down to me getting the grades I want. Thanks for the help.
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    (Original post by amelienine)
    It's very possible. A lot of schools do fast track maths where they finish A Level Maths in one year

    In fact you can teach yourself with websites like examsolutions.net, you don't have to wait for a teacher to teach it t all o you. Then just do lots and lots of past papers
    Am I able to teach myself all of it or I am going to have to get a tutor?
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    (Original post by StrikerJK)
    Am I able to teach myself all of it or I am going to have to get a tutor?
    I ended up teaching myself a lot of the Maths course last year, used examsolutions.net and just did loads of past papers. Ended up with an A. Though I'm retaking C3 and C4 to try for an A* this year

    I don't think you need a tutor, as long as you do the past papers and go through the teachings on examsolutions you should be fine


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    [QUOTE=amelienine;69967724]I ended up teaching myself a lot of the Maths course last year, used examsolutions.net and just did loads of past papers. Ended up with an A. Though I'm retaking C3 and C4 to try for an A* this year

    I don't think you need a tutor, as long as you do the past papers and go through the teachings on examsolutions you should be fine


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    Oh good, that should save me some money
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    (Original post by StrikerJK)
    Yeah I've had a look and it seems the best for me. Right now, it is just down to me getting the grades I want. Thanks for the help.

    Best of luck, you'll do it!
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    (Original post by AspiringBanker)
    Self-taught the whole of A-level Further Mathematics, so Mathematics is definitely doable! I'd recommend doing C1,C2,C3,C4,S1,S2 (in case you're wondering the order of difficulty C1,C2,S2,S1,C3,C4) I'd also recommend using the Edexcel exam board! Just get the edexcel textbook, you'll be able to teach yourself each module with the use of that book and videos on youtube etc. It's honestly doable, I got an A in GCSE maths (scraped an A) and pretty much self taught Maths in one year and further maths in the next year (got an A* in both). You'll be fine. Buy the edexcel textbooks e.g:
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Edexcel-AS-...rds=Edexcel+C4
    And also use examsolutions.net and www.physicsandmathstutor.com
    This is pretty much all you need. Just aim to get each module done in a month and C3/4 may take a little longer. C3/4 rely on C1/2 knowledge so you'll be constantly using core parts of earlier modules making revision for C1 and C2 easier once you've completed the later modules. Also do all the past papers and you should get a good grade!
    S2 is easier than S1?!
 
 
 
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