I've previously learned algebra (wasn't the best, wasn't the worst) and have since forgotten most (basically all) of it. I'm currently homeschooled and I would like to go to college in two years. Due to my homeschooling I have a lot of time to learn. To give an insight about my work ethic/dedication I used to be in advanced math classes all the way until seventh grade (I went to private school which didn't offer advanced classes). I've always been pretty good and hardworking in math and have never received less than an a in any of my classes. That was two years ago, being homeschooled (starting freshman year) changed my work ethic to an extent. Without all the pressure of due dates and now going at my own pace I've become too relaxed. I haven't done math in two years not due to laziness, but due to the fact that my online school offers such basic math. Now seeing how much I have to do has really gotten me out of my too relaxed state and I just want to learn. I'm not going to self teach so I assume that would speed up the process, plus the added pressure of having to learn a certain thing by a certain date will help a bit. Someone suggested going to kumon, does anyone know if this is a good program for this? Kumon seems to be for younger kids who are already going to school full time. I'm really behind my grade level and desperately need to catch up in order to be ready for the sats on time. Does anyone know any good programs to learn from? (preferably something similar to kumon, but anything can help even if it requires self teaching like khan academy). Is it even possible to learn all of this math in this time span? I appreciate any helpful responses :)
update: I am thinking about getting the teaching textbook for algebra by Greg Sabouri and Shawn Sabouri, has anyone tried these books, how was your experience?