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    I saw an advertisement of this website which teaches calculus:
    https://calcworkshop.com

    How much of the content offered by this website is done in maths and/or further maths?
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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    I saw an advertisement of this website which teaches calculus:
    https://calcworkshop.com

    How much of the content offered by this website is done in maths and/or further maths?
    a lot of it looks like uni stuff
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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    I saw an advertisement of this website which teaches calculus:
    https://calcworkshop.com

    How much of the content offered by this website is done in maths and/or further maths?
    Some of it is in the A level syllabus, but it won't be very useful, if you're just aiming for high exam scores.
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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    I saw an advertisement of this website which teaches calculus:
    https://calcworkshop.com

    How much of the content offered by this website is done in maths and/or further maths?
    That's based on the American curriculum. I'd recommend using a British website if you're doing A Levels.
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    (Original post by Notnek)
    That's based on the American curriculum. I'd recommend using a British website if you're doing A Levels.
    I cannot really find good maths resources let alone further math resources.Maths genie is way too simple for the sort of questions that I come across .I feel like many websites teach you the basic concept but no problem solving questions so despite knowing the concept you cannot solve it as you are only used to those questions which tell you for what to do for example use the factor theorem to find out... Which is quite annoying.
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    https://www.examsolutions.net/ is pretty good, not sure if they cover Further Maths stuff though. I've been using it myself to self-teach calculus.

    Edit just to add that it would appear they do cover Further Maths content: https://www.examsolutions.net/further-maths/
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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    I cannot really find good maths resources let alone further math resources.Maths genie is way too simple for the sort of questions that I come across .I feel like many websites teach you the basic concept but no problem solving questions so despite knowing the concept you cannot solve it as you are only used to those questions which tell you for what to do for example use the factor theorem to find out... Which is quite annoying.
    Really? There's quite a lot out there. KhanAcademy is one of my personal favourites. If you're interested in self-teaching calc I-III, Paul's Online Maths Notes is pretty good
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    (Original post by _gcx)
    Really? There's quite a lot out there. KhanAcademy is one of my personal favourites. If you're interested in self-teaching calc I-III, Paul's Online Maths Notes is pretty good
    I found Khan quite hard to understand if I am honest.I like to have visual and auditory learning combned.I like people to talk me through things but write them down simultaneously I feel like many videos don't combine both these styles very well but that is my opinion anyway.
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    (Original post by dsmith23)
    https://www.examsolutions.net/ is pretty good, not sure if they cover Further Maths stuff though. I've been using it myself to self-teach calculus.

    Edit just to add that it would appear they do cover Further Maths content: https://www.examsolutions.net/further-maths/
    Do you know any math YouTubers who cover more than just the content but also the application for maths and/or further maths?
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    (Original post by _gcx)
    Really? There's quite a lot out there. KhanAcademy is one of my personal favourites. If you're interested in self-teaching calc I-III, Paul's Online Maths Notes is pretty good
    I love that site, I used it to prepare for university

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    I cannot really find good maths resources let alone further math resources.Maths genie is way too simple for the sort of questions that I come across .I feel like many websites teach you the basic concept but no problem solving questions so despite knowing the concept you cannot solve it as you are only used to those questions which tell you for what to do for example use the factor theorem to find out... Which is quite annoying.
    There are plenty of good resources. Examsolutions, m4ths, a good textbook, etc.
 
 
 
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