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    In your opinon, what is the most effective way to study and revise maths for GCSE's?
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    Mathswatch, a revision guide from your exam board for maths, internet, teachers and people on this forum .
    I'm doing gcse maths currently and I'm doing it in year 10 most likely, therefore I'm aware of most of the topics, so you can ask me for help if you need to by private messaging me or just making a thread in the maths section.


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    (Original post by Fahim Awal)
    In your opinon, what is the most effective way to study and revise maths for GCSE's?
    I used to use this useful website where you can ask oxbridge students directly who have already done their maths gcse: www.thestudentsolutions.co.uk hope you find it useful
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    My teacher always tells us one thing:
    You don't revise maths
    You practice maths.


    So keeping that in mind just do as many past papers and buy workbooks for what ever exam board your doing (e.g edexcel) and complete it. I would also recommend watching maths watch and pausing and doing the questions. As well as this you should also use mymaths to complete tasks and practice whatever topics you are weak in.

    The more practice you do, the more you understand it, the easier you find it, the quicker you do it.
 
 
 
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