If your school has an account for mathswatch - use it. The videos go through a*/a questions for whatever topic you want, then you can pause to try a few questions and then it goes through the question when you play it again so you can see where you've gone wrong(Original post by SCIENCEISA)
Usually questions at the end of the paper put me off. The A and A* questions seem to lower my mark I believe. Things like recurring decimals, vectors, bearings, quadratic factorization etc. I have a list of topics to improve on, just need some solid advice to help me.
Thanks for your reply!
Would you pay less for a humanities degree?