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    Hey everyone! Hope everybody is having a really good Easter. Just a quick question tho.
    I've been revising maths using exam solutions and doing the exam questions after learning through the videos. Do you think that will be enough?
    Do you have any tips?


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    Assuming you mean for resits? Hmm, I can't remember if that should be enough. If you have the AS books, then maybe go through some questions on that which you find difficult as it is possible that they leave some topics out on certain papers and then they might put it in your one and you haven't gone through it.

    One advantage of having done an extra year of maths is a lot of the skills will seem really basic to you and you will be able to think your way through more questions. For example, seeing as you haven covered more complex integration and differentiation topics, you will easily be able to integrate and differentiate anything they give you in your resit.
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    (Original post by claret_n_blue)
    Assuming you mean for resits? Hmm, I can't remember if that should be enough. If you have the AS books, then maybe go through some questions on that which you find difficult as it is possible that they leave some topics out on certain papers and then they might put it in your one and you haven't gone through it.

    One advantage of having done an extra year of maths is a lot of the skills will seem really basic to you and you will be able to think your way through more questions. For example, seeing as you haven covered more complex integration and differentiation topics, you will easily be able to integrate and differentiate anything they give you in your resit.
    No, not resists, this is my first time doing as maths


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    Went though all the mixed exercise end of chapter questions in the textbook.
    Went through all past papers.
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    (Original post by Pilot96)
    Hey everyone! Hope everybody is having a really good Easter. Just a quick question tho.
    I've been revising maths using exam solutions and doing the exam questions after learning through the videos. Do you think that will be enough?
    Do you have any tips?


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    i think thats enough because thats what im doing too. i learn maths on youtube then do past year papers
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    I just did exam papers and looked on Exam Solution to find out how to do the questions I got wrong and I got an A. I'd probably have got a D if it wasn't for Exam Solution- he's great!
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    Past papers and textbook questions. Think I used youtube videos for one topic that I'd missed all of the lessons for which was really useful too.
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    For S1, I revised by doing textbook questions & all the past papers once and I got an A. On the other hand for C1 I went completely overboard, did all the past papers twice (sometimes 3 times), did all the solomon papers too along with a few worksheets and got a borderline B due to bad timing and missing 1/4 of the paper out! I think it's best to find a balance tbh
 
 
 
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