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    Quick question re progress in Math

    Hi all,

    I'm a primary school teacher in the UK who is interested in taking some A-levels in Maths and Further Maths in September.

    I've only really been highly interested in maths since I started teaching (last year), and I'm highly rusty (haven't learnt maths since 2001). I'm currently practising with level 6 maths (which is really really basic, like pre-7th grade) but I'm wondering whether this is necessary. Should I just carry on from my highest qualification (GCSE) and start from there?
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    Re: Quick question re progress in Math

    GrayFox

    Donot lose your time with grade 6-7-8 maths.
    Start and revise O-Level maths first and once you are ready jump to AS and A2 level math.
    Good luck anyway...and my advise : never is too late to start something that you want to...............
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    Re: Quick question re progress in Math

    Hi all.

    I'm a student of Logic for Computer Science in Massive Courses Online, my interest is in symbolics systems, aplications on logic like Fitch, Tarsky and Boole.
    Tank's for help me.
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