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Hello! I suggest you to get a few gcse preparation books and look at the main topics. This can help you get an idea of where you need to be in the future and you can create a plan of action. Feel free to message me if you need further advice.
I'm happy for you to message me as well and I could give you a list of websites that could be useful.
BBC bitesize usually separates what you need to know by keystage (look at key stage 3) In terms of maths my class looked at fractions, decimals and percentages, area and circumference of circles, ratio and proportion, and basic algebra (simplifying expressions, solving with an unknown on one side, etc) Hope this helps
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