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Fair enough, but don't let that colour your view of the site or the implicit assumption in that belief that this site is equivalent to a teacher.
I do not have a "coloured" view - I discuss a very wide range of websites with my students including the ones mentioned on this thread - We discuss pros and cons and students use sites that support their personal learning
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Wow - after 30 years of teaching I am regularly experimenting with my teaching technique
experimenting with my teaching techniques?

I go to a Chinese restaurant and every time I look at the menu I order lemon chicken with noodles. It has been the same since I was 18!

My teaching is now superior in terms of understanding compared to when I started but my philosophy is the same.
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So do you teach via worksheets?
You can hardly call documents as large as 250 pages worksheets ...
they are books. I call them booklets.
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You can hardly call documents as large as 250 pages worksheets ...
they are books. I call them booklets.
oh nice. Are they available from you? Really really struggling to keep up
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oh nice. Are they available from you? Really really struggling to keep up
They are free of charge. It is not fair to promote them as I am the author even if I have no financial gain. (Against forum rules)
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Better than any of the maths teachers I've ever had! It basically taught me half of M1 around a week before my exam


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Yes it is, I went from getting Es in passed papers to A in the real thing, and aiming for A* for A2.
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Yes it is, I went from getting Es in passed papers to A in the real thing, and aiming for A* for A2.
Past papers.
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Yes! It was the biggest help ever for me during my A Levels. Before I found out about it I was struggling on C2, S1 and FP1 in year 12 then I started watching his videos and I got A*s in maths and further maths he's an amazing (online) teacher!
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Past papers.
I did all the Edexcel past papers for AS and will do them all for A2. By the way are you the guy who releases model exam papers shortly after exams? I recognised your name. If you are, thank you!
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They will probably release it in 2015?
They will. But that implies September 2015, which is after my M3 exam.
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ExamSolutions is a lifesaver. For the whole of year 12, I did not understand almost anything in S1 Maths due to poor teaching in school but when i watched his videos around a week before the exam, it helped me achieve 94 UMS on S1. If not for ExamSolutions, I would not have achieved this.

Am now currently working towards an A* in A2 Maths. Definitely recommend ExamSolutions for anybody who's doing A-Level Maths.
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