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okay so long story short, I'm in my final year of my education and theology degree and now that I'm looking to go into doing a PGCE, I realise I need a C at GCSE maths (I currently had a D), the thing is though at 21 I feel really under-confident about maths, even more than I did at 16, so I was wondering what are some of the best ways to revise for maths? any tips?

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Maths gcse is piss easy to pass even higher. If easy work is that intimidating and life will become too difficult consider foundation gce maths

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okay so long story short, I'm in my final year of my education and theology degree and now that I'm looking to go into doing a PGCE, I realise I need a C at GCSE maths (I currently had a D), the thing is though at 21 I feel really under-confident about maths, even more than I did at 16, so I was wondering what are some of the best ways to revise for maths? any tips?

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Don't forget that you also need to pass the numeracy test. In my experience, students find this more of an obstacle than grade C GCSE.

Given that it's five years since you got your grade D I think it's going to take quite a while to improve your maths. Have you considered doing something else for a while, building up your maths and applying for a PGCE in a year or so?

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okay so long story short, I'm in my final year of my education and theology degree and now that I'm looking to go into doing a PGCE, I realise I need a C at GCSE maths (I currently had a D), the thing is though at 21 I feel really under-confident about maths, even more than I did at 16, so I was wondering what are some of the best ways to revise for maths? any tips?

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Have you looked at any GCSE exam papers
Have you assessed how much you recall and how much you will need to learn
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