KenzoTenma
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Hey,

I'm having some problems with maths and need some resource links...

I did at mock in November and got a Grade D which is actually the highest I've ever gotten . I did a mock at the start of March and got a Grade E dropping me down, (although I've been working at an E for quite a long time now).

I'm currently taking the Foundation paper and I need some resources, if any of you could link me to a topic list or something that would help me?

I've been using a online tutoring service which was set up by my school for over 2 months and I am still at the same grade as I was before!!!

I don't know what I'm doing wrong...

I guess I'm just stupid ;(
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(Original post by KenzoTenma)
Hey,

I'm having some problems with maths and need some resource links...

I did at mock in November and got a Grade D which is actually the highest I've ever gotten . I did a mock at the start of March and got a Grade E dropping me down, (although I've been working at an E for quite a long time now).

I'm currently taking the Foundation paper and I need some resources, if any of you could link me to a topic list or something that would help me?

I've been using a online tutoring service which was set up by my school for over 2 months and I am still at the same grade as I was before!!!

I don't know what I'm doing wrong...

I guess I'm just stupid ;(
Non sense..
It does go without saying that people on here do have a god-like proportion when it comes to Mathematics. However, it does also go without saying it is probably one of the toughest subjects you can do. Which is why people have some crazy mentality that it is 'useless'

Anyway, to answer your question, I' was in a similar position so I'll recommend what I used back in GCSE.

Mathswatch. Honestly, if you're willing to spend an hour or two on that each day then you'll easily be hitting C grades. It is like she's sat there invisibly showing you what to do!

Good luck and hope it helps!
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You're not "stupid". Everyone is different; and everyone has a different tolerance level to Maths as a subject.
Like Binary Freak stated a majority of people on TSR Maths forums are indeed good, but this forum is here to be used by everyone, no matter how skilled you are. It's here to help you.

Anywho; I would agree with Mathswatch being the ideal tool for revision. Good luck and if you have any questions post them here and we'll be happy to help
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