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    With maths it's all about practice.

    Just one tip from me: Do as many past papers as you can.
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    There's only one way you can pass maths.... And that's by doing past papers constantly. Don't rely on learning from the revision guide alone. You can't just learn the facts for maths, you have to be able to apply it to every single type of question. You'll be fine I did Higher Tiered maths for 5/6 months in year 11, before the exam in march, after teachers put me in foundation and realised I shouldn't have been put in there after I nearly got full marks in the foundation exam. Done loads of past papers and self teaching for higher, and got a high A in the end. So it's doable!


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