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    How is the best way people revise for maths?
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    (Original post by Wiggledinho)
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    I agree... Also check out 'examsolutions' - it has tutorials for like evey exam paper and he goes through each question separately.
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    Yeah you need to do every past paper there is so that you know exactly what to expect also the papers seem to have questions repeated so once you see a question in the exam you most probably would have done it before. Also examsolutions like Cpie21 said is AMAZING he goes through each question for past papers and its really easy to follow.
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    I'm having a mare with maths!! My c1 papers I have done are okay but no where near where I want to be. I kept making silly mistakes. Statistics I have done a few papers and feel okay, as long as I do more and I'm making flash cards tonight.

    But c2 is STESSSSING me out..... Like I don't even know what to do. Every time I touch anything to do with c2 I have to put it away.
 
 
 
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