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    (Original post by Midnight1811)
    Oh okay, say if I have a list of my syllabus, could I simply just type it into that site and follow the tutorial :-)
    Absolutely, click on learn on the top left and then click on the knowledge map. It maps out a lot of Mathematical content, from the very basics to the very complex, it makes you learn in steps so you have a good foundation for the advanced material
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    (Original post by Vorsah)
    Your videos are really helpful, I'm watching the FP1 tutorials currently.

    Thank you
    You are welcome.
    All the best with your exams.
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    (Original post by Midnight1811)
    Is that website suitable for gcse maths ? I was told by my idiotic teacher that they might teach something/go over something in a different way ? I'm kinda confused C



    I'm not having a go at you dude, just wondering why aim for A* ? I'm currently in my last year in year 11 & got a maths exam in June (it's geometry (aqa).

    What revision method would you recommend ?
    I believe everyone should aim for an A*, you should really try and push yourself to achieve the best, IMO aiming for a C is not pushing yourself, with a little more effort you could easily get a B, and with a bit more effort you can get an A/A*.

    I would recommend watching videos on maths247 and examsolutions.co.uk, then get the textbook your school uses and do every question in it, then past papers.

    Good luck.
 
 
 
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