## Can I self study GCSE maths?

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Absolute Maths Self Study covers every topic required to sit your IGCSE or GCSE with your chosen exam board and can be studied at your own pace.

### Can you study GCSE by yourself?

Yes, absolutely. You can choose to sit your exams privately even after being taught in a traditional secondary school. However, most people who choose to take their GCSEs private fit one or more of the following categories: Adults returning to education.

#### Is it possible to self study further maths?

Thanks for the A2A, and yes, absolutely. I effectively had to self-teach myself further mathematics in just five months at school, and although I did have occasional questions that was long before the online resources we have no are available.

**Can I study GCSE maths for free?**

If you don’t already have GCSEs, A levels or equal qualifications, you may be able to study for them without having to pay any tuition fees. You’ll be able to get free tuition: for a course which leads to your first full Level 2 qualification.

**How long does it take to self study A level maths?**

How long does it take to study Maths A level? As with most of our A levels, we estimate that on average the course will require 700 hours of study in order to make the most of it. In the case of Mathematics, much of the work is understanding core concepts.

## Can you do A level maths in 1 year?

It’s actually surprisingly common; many schools offer courses called “Accelerated Maths” where you do the full A level in one year, then have the option to do AS/A2 Further Maths in Year 13.

### Can you sit GCSE exams at home?

If you are unable to find a local school or college willing to take private candidates, there is a new service available, ‘The Exam House’, which enables private candidates to take both GCSEs and A-levels.

#### Is GCSE Maths free for adults?

Are GCSEs free for adults? Generally, no. While taking GCSEs for the first time is free for children in high school, adult GCSE courses are not free, and adults are required to pay for their GCSE education.

**Can you self-study for A-levels?**

Although it’s a lot of hard work, the advantages go beyond simply gaining a qualification: through self-study, you develop invaluable skills and traits, such as the ability to motivate yourself and to take responsibility for your own education.

**Is a level further maths worth it?**

Further Maths is also highly desirable, if not required, by many top universities for Mathematics, Science and Engineering courses, as well as Computing and Economics. It may be studied alongside, or after, A level Mathematics.

## How many hours a week should I study for A level maths?

In general, a student aiming to complete the course in one year will need to study in the region of 16 hours a week or 8 hours a week if you are taking the course over 2 years.