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squarecoffee
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Hi this is my first post


I'm in year 11 and am hoping to become an engineer
i'm a b/c in maths and need a B overall in maths just wondering if anyone knows how to self boost up .

I'm happy with my physics i'm an A at the mo ,so that's fine but any help with the maths would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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Just keep revising and ask the teacher if there is something you are not sure about because I am sure that if you are willing to work hard for the grade then I am sure they will help you to improve, maybe ask the teacher where your weaknesses are so that you could work on them, also try playing some revision games although they may sound childish they are actually quite good at reminding and refreshing yourself on how to do that particular subject in maths.
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just try to practice questions as much as poss
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(Original post by Bobmarley22)
Just keep revising and ask the teacher if there is something you are not sure about because I am sure that if you are willing to work hard for the grade then I am sure they will help you to improve, maybe ask the teacher where your weaknesses are so that you could work on them, also try playing some revision games although they may sound childish they are actually quite good at reminding and refreshing yourself on how to do that particular subject in maths.

Ok ,thanks
I'm really freaking out over whether i will achieve my b :/
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There are tons of past papers online, as well as practice papers made by several companies that your maths department probably subscribes to. The real trick to GCSE Maths is, unfortunately, to practice as much as you possibly can. It's very boring, but it works.
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Past papers, past papers and more past papers. Do a paper all the way through, mark it and redo any questions you got wrong. Do every paper you can get your hands on. Rinse and repeat if necessary.
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(Original post by squarecoffee)
Ok ,thanks
I'm really freaking out over whether i will achieve my b :/
Has anyone used this dude's guide before... www.passgcsemaths.com

He's saying if you don't achieve the grade you want, he will give you all your money back?

It does sound very tempting :confused:...
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past papers, i had a mock the other day and i have been revising for a week with a few past papers. Went from B to an A so it really does work!
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