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    Well basically my story begins with me retaking my GCSE Maths and as part of my conditional offer I must!! achieve at least a c grade. However, can I still revise in this short-period of time (2months till exam) and achieve a C grade? Is it doable? Where should I start? The exam board is Edexcel and the syllabus for GCSE Maths has changed right?. Can someone help me out please.

    Thanks a lot.
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    Do a couple of papers, find where your gaps are, buy revision guide, learn gaps, do more papers, find gaps etc. etc. etc.

    How doable it is depends on how good you are at maths, and how far away from a C you are already.
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    you can do that in a day, get a CGP revision guide :tong:
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    Maths is surely the easiest subject; which means hopefully you well get that C grade. You should do some past papers as thats probably the best option, to see what topics you know and dont know.
    Good Luck.
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    (Original post by Lovedealer)
    Well basically my story begins with me retaking my GCSE Maths and as part of my conditional offer I must!! achieve at least a c grade. However, can I still revise in this short-period of time (2months till exam) and achieve a C grade? Is it doable? Where should I start? The exam board is Edexcel and the syllabus for GCSE Maths has changed right?. Can someone help me out please.

    Thanks a lot.
    Past Papers are the way forward. To start with do one of each (I assume there's 2-calculator and non-calculator) and see where your gaps are. Try to sort these issues, then try more papers. The more papers you do, the more you'll be aware of where you have issues, and the more you'll recognise the typical types of questions. Good Luck
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    Use Khan Academy to go over what you un sure on!
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    (Original post by 3.5Nando)
    Use Khan Academy to go over what you un sure on!
    QFT!
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    Thanks guys. I appreciate all your responses. Now it's time to work by butt off until June.
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    Easily

    Buy a revision guide (optional)
    Use online revision sites (optional)
    Do pastpapers (strongly reccomended)

    Best of luck!
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    (Original post by 3.5Nando)
    Use Khan Academy to go over what you un sure on!
    BTW thank you very much, that website is top notch mate.
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    (Original post by Lily Academia)
    Easily

    Buy a revision guide (optional)
    Use online revision sites (optional)
    Do pastpapers (strongly reccomended)

    Best of luck!

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