Teach yourself maths to GCSE or A-level with these resources. Most are free - the list mentions where a fee is required.

Online Courses Edit

CGP Maths Buster - online or DVD maths revision and practice program. Has diagnostic tests and focused presentations, worked examples and practice questions on the whole syllabus. Not as much practice material as Conquer Maths, but cuts to the chase quicker. A good one to use alongside a textbook which offers more practice questions. Click through to the details of a product to see the Online editions, which are only £12.99 for full access.

Conquer Maths - comprehensive online maths program offering all the tuition and practice you need for GCSE maths. There is a short video lesson on every topic, and practice which you can print out or do online. Online maths tutorial program.  In addition to video and animated tutorials, it includes dedicated worksheets, solutions, marking and reports for each topic. You can subscribe monthly or annually.

Genuine home-educators, who have a school-aged child not enrolled in school, can get a home-ed discount . Conquer Maths give a discount if you contact them, but the best rate is via a home-ed group from Debbie Towns - only £31 for a year’s access. See

CIMT Maths - Centre for Innovation in Mathematics teaching - they do a complete curriculum from reception to A level - it's free, online to print out for yourself, or you can order workbooks. Password needed for some sections - available from CIMT or ask on HE-Exams Yahoogroup.

LiveMaths - At £49 per yr, great value - covers all GCSE/IGCSE maths topics with hundreds of online video tutorials.

YouTube Maths Channels Edit

Hegarty Maths - video tutorials, highly rated by many for GCSE, IGCSE and A-level maths.

Corbett Maths - lots of free videos on the GCSE- and A-level syllabus.

Mr Barton Maths - lots of tutorials and YouTube video lessons explaining how to do problems.  Very popular with home educators, and free.

Maths by Mr Withers YouTube channel. He's posted worked answers for IGCSE papers. Great for those questions where we can't quite bridge the gap between the question and the mark scheme.

Simon Deacon on Youtube

Assorted Recommended Maths Resources Edit

GCSE Maths Takeaway - complete the topic takeaway and get your grade!

Explaining Maths - free resources and video tutorials and worked past papers for GCSE, IGCSE and A-level.

Save My Exams is fab for exam questions arranged by topic for maths and sciences at IGCSE/GCSE and A-Level

Khan Academy - free, has videos, and exercises where you can track your progress. However, has American focus so some topics may be presented differently and does not tie into UK syllabuses. Not everyone's cup of tea.

Edplace have maths videos in beta at the moment. Popart group run by Jodie Coles has discounts for home educators.

MathsGenie: free GCSE and A-level maths resources, & they explain the answers

Absolute Maths: online one-to-one or group tuition, from a home-ed family. 15% off any membership on the website for members of home education exams group. 

NRICH - great free resources for all stages of maths (primary & secondary) has online and printable resources.. is aimed at teachers & students. 

Maths Hub - KS3 is free for the first year.

Maths Is Fun

MathsHub This is the previous "Stuck on Homework" maths videos, either online or buy the dvd

Citizen Maths - aimed at Functional Skills.

How do the old and new GCSE maths compare for difficulty? - new research (2015) on how current and new specs compare to foreign exams and IGCSE .

Further Maths Resources:

Lots of resources/info on the Further Maths Support website run by MEI but covering all exam boards.

MEI have an online course called Integral which covers Further Maths across the different exam boards as well

Maths practice exam questions sorted by topic Edit

GCSE Maths Takeaway - complete the topic takeaway and get your grade!

Maths Genie: free site, recommended for revision.

LiveMaths - At £49 per yr, great value - covers all GCSE/IGCSE maths topics with hundreds of online video tutorials.

This is the previous "Stuck on Homework"  maths videos, either online or buy the dvd

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