I have a maths tutor and I revise as much I can, can anyone suggest some topics that will help me get a C/B for my re take (I really need to pass), or if anyone can predict what's going to be on the June 2015 paper
I failed maths GCSEs in 2014, I need to pass in 2015 Watch
- Thread Starter
- 14-01-2015 16:47
- 17-01-2015 17:14
Do lots of textbook questions and past paper questions.
If you need it for a university offer, I would suggest getting A-level grades much higher than the offer and asking the uni if they will accept you without it just in case.
- 22-01-2015 17:04
You can never predict exactly what is going to be in the exam but definitely go over the past papers. Sometimes they re-use the same/similar questions. As you already have a maths tutor, ask your tutor to explain anything that you don't understand, no matter how silly it sounds. Make sure you now how to apply formulas and re-arrange them. Remember to stay positive - think about how amazing you will feel when you actually pass the exam
- 05-03-2015 21:43
I have a friend who's in a similar situation as you. He decided to do his maths, chem, bio and phys GCSE's this yr about a month ago, since then he's been self studying with some resources that i suggested to him and mainly textbooks which he bought, he's aiming to get A*s (god willing). This thread was a couple months back so if you're still there and want any tips, just reply bk! Btw I'm doing a-levels in maths, chem and bio.