GCSE for adults

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So I failed my core GCSEs (Maths, English and Science). Now I'm paying for it. I'm finally in a position to look for a long term career. I've booked on my exams for June 2020. Does anyone know the best way to study for them as an adult? I find tutors aren't very reliable, regularly. Where do you even start?
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Try the CGP revision books. They’re incredibly useful revision or learning material
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For Maths the key is practice. There are lots of free resources on line to teach you stuff but you just need to do loads of examples.

It's free to swap tiers until 21 April so make sure you enter for the best tier for you
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