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Coturnix

Thank you for blogging about this. I really hope you can make it - you have a unique set of experiences to contribute. See if you can add some ideas to the Program Suggestions page on the wiki.

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Where can I go to learn high school math and science online?
I missed out a lot on Math in school, and have forgotten a lot of Science. I am done with University now in unrelated subjects, but I would like to recap my science and math at a basic GCSE and A level standard, to learn more advanced math, chem and physics. Does anyone know of any good online resources, that arent in wikipedia style info, but designed for beginners, as a course, so to speak?

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