(This time may vary due to level of difficulty). As they mentioned, the time it takes to complete the course will vary depending on the person and their learning speed. I would be very grateful. 1 GB = either 1000 MB or 1024 MB- depending on context. The official [Khan Academy](https://www.khanacademy.org) subreddit. This doesn't include the time it will take for you to complete the exercises, quizzes, or tests, but it should give you a rough idea as to how much learning material you would need to cover. $\endgroup$ – Franklin Pezzuti Dyer May 2 '17 at 23:23 Donate or volunteer today! I'm a math teacher in the US and we use KA as our main text. So let's assume we're talking about the remaining 390 exercises, Algebra through Integral Calculus. After i discovered khan i really started to like maths too. By majority, 1 MB of video =694.79166 Seconds on khan academy, though this can slightly vary depending on the quality of the video. Here is the link to the first video, you'll be able to find the rest from there -, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FumQOEAHPAo&t=797s. Khan Academy's Algebra 1 course is built to deliver a comprehensive, illuminating, engaging, and Common Core aligned experience! Overall, it just depends on your speed at math! I want to know how long my course is going to take so i can schedule my days. Look at Khan Academy's approximations and add them up. How fast have you completed them. Last month I finished Alg I, now I'm about 3/4 of the way through Alg II. The above advice is all great! For instance how well you apply the algebra 1 content, if you’re familiar with some of the things that will be discussed in the course, your general mindset towards math (are you using more memorization or intuition), your ability to focus during long sessions, if you will stay persistent with difficult problem and a lot more. Having gone through everything sequentially, I'd keep in mind how much slower your speed is as you get into higher math. Stop spamming your site/videos to this subreddit. Look at your past courses. I'm good at maths but since i didn't study at school when i was younger i don't know much basics but i want to go on studing. Talking about my personal experience i have mastered 91% of math skills and it took me around 4-5 months of full time-continuous starting from counting to solving Riemann's sum! Hi here is a list of good videos that will teach you Algebra from beginning to end (its only 14 videos) and each one is like 15 min long. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Right now (Jan 1, 2015), there are 926 math exercises on Khan and 536 of them are for grades K-8. I'm not sure there is any way to approximate all the various courses on KA, some are rather long, others are much shorter. It really depends on how firm your foundation is in basic skills. That being said, if you have any particular courses in mind, I would be happy to look up the total amount of video time in the course for you. Overall, it just depends on your speed at math! $\begingroup$ Algebra I doesn't take long; it's pretty basic. Does anyone have an approximation? I've had students finish in 4 months of daily work of an hour a day, but most took 9 months. Here's the total video times for those courses: For High School math, which specific course are you looking at? Look at the length of the course~ what is your speed at math? You can narrow it down if you: Hope this helps! Other factors would also come into play as to the length of completion, such as time allotted per day, comprehension of the material, etc. Each lesson is roughly 5~10 minutes, quizzes 10~15, and Unit Tests around 15~20. Khan Academy is a not-for-profit with the goal of providing a free world-class education for anyone anywhere. The Algebra 1 course, often taught in the 9th grade, covers Linear equations, inequalities, functions, and graphs; Systems of equations and inequalities; Extension of the concept of a function; Exponential models; and Quadratic equations, functions, and graphs. Thanks! You can narrow it down if you: Look at Khan Academy… Press J to jump to the feed. Maybe you could try to do the first section, and use that as an approximation...? So add it all up and divide by the number of class days or whatever you plan to do, and you have an idea of what needs to be covered. Also on how much time you have per day or week on Khan Academy. I try to spend at least an hour a day. There are quite a range of skill totals from 24 (1st grade) to 176 (Algebra 1). How long do YOU think? Expect each next course to take half again as long. I'm good at maths but since i didn't study at school when i was younger i don't know much basics but i want to go on studing. Very dependent on a lot of factors. How long does it take to learn from Algebra 1 to the linear algebra if you study around 2h on weekdays and longer for weekends? After i discovered khan i … Evan Lewis Can you help me how long will it take to finish Physics, High School Maths, and Chemistry Course (as per the video length).? Look at the number of questions in a course. Math skills don't take too long, maybe a few minutes each. Algebra II takes a little more time, and it requires a little bit of Geometry along with it. A forum for discussion about Khan Academy, and learning in general. Depends on you. Khan Academy does give approximations on how long it will take, but one course will take from 3 days to a week. Multiply the number of MB you see by 694.79166 to tell you how many seconds of video there are, which can be divided by 360 to tell you how many hours there are. Feel free to contact me if you have any additional questions! Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Khan Academy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. How long does a question take you? Also if someones wants to coach me feel free to tell me, keeps me more motivated too(my max streak is 10 days but i try to take it more seriously now). Our mission is to provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. There is no definite way to approximate how long it will take. How long does it take to learn from Algebra 1 to the linear algebra if you study around 2h on weekdays and longer for weekends? You could definitely teach Algebra I to yourself in under a year, but Algebra II will take a while. Khan Academy does give approximations on how long it will take, but one course will take from 3 days to a week. Let's use some math to figure it out! Also on how much time you have per day or week on Khan Academy.