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    I'm currently self teaching myself A Level Math's and I didn't have a clue what this guy was on about on some of the questions on the board - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBvu...85P0G-&index=7

    Anyways I'm doing an apprenticeship and I have a lot of spare time so I thought I might as well try to gain some A Levels so I can open some more opportunities. I'm not sure if I'm going to learn whatever he wrote in his other videos in the playlist but I am willing to do whatever it takes to master everything on this. What should I learn and practice so I can help me breeze through this?
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    Exam solutions is a pretty good website for a level maths has videos and everything for different modules (such as statistics, maths or core).
    Link: https://www.examsolutions.net/
    (on this MEI is the hardest exam board but click the one applicable to your exam board e.g. edexcel or aqa or for fun just learn anything).
    His videos also go over some past papers too in terms of questions.

    In terms of practice, you can use: http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/ where you can find loads of questions depending on your module. Hope I've been of some assistance!

    Learn whatever exam board you are doing you can check what you need to learn using specifications provided online (such as a level maths edexcel specification). To actually sit the a level i think you'd have to book it with a local college or something but not too sure sorry!
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    (Original post by TioW99)
    I'm currently self teaching myself A Level Math's and I didn't have a clue what this guy was on about on some of the questions on the board - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBvu...85P0G-&index=7

    Anyways I'm doing an apprenticeship and I have a lot of spare time so I thought I might as well try to gain some A Levels so I can open some more opportunities. I'm not sure if I'm going to learn whatever he wrote in his other videos in the playlist but I am willing to do whatever it takes to master everything on this. What should I learn and practice so I can help me breeze through this?
    Have you looked at GCSE stuff? For someone who hasn't done maths for a while I'd recommend starting by looking at GCSE exams to see if you still know how to do everything. You should really be at B/A grade (grade 6/7 nowadays) GCSE level before starting A Level.
 
 
 
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