Hi, I have recently embarked on the journey to do a mathematics degree. I am 16 and homeschooled, although, I self teach myself as I find it easier to read from textbooks and teach myself the material from resources online and the likes. I have taken a math Gcse a few months ago and was going for the lowest pass mark which is a c just to at-least get the pass. At the time I did not much like mathematics and was only going for a pass. Now however, I have found a new passion for mathematics and want to pursue it to a degree level. Therefore, I am wanting to go for an A and a further maths A at gcse. Once completed(I hope), I wish to do an A-level in maths and further maths. I read that on the qualifications for entry to the university I am looking at, Queens, I need to either get A*AB at a-level, or AAA. I Am not sure what my third subject would be to study, and depending on the subject I will have to decide whether to go fro the A*AB so that I can get a B for the third subject or get all A's for the three of them. So to take on this journey I need guidance, I was hoping for advice on books and resources to learn all the way up to completing A-levels in maths and further maths, at either A* or A. Any advice would be helpful :) Also, has anybody done this before? I feel like I need motivation to know that it is possible to do. Being out of school makes it feel like an almost impossible task to do. If so I would be very happy to hear your story.