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I have 2 maths exams coming up in June and was wondering if anyone could help me learn and recap some topics, I also have some past papers.

I feel that I am capable of achieving a C grade in maths but would really love to achieve higher and I feel that with a little help from someone who done relatively well in their maths gcse I could achieve this.

Help would be extremely appreciated.

Thanks.
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Dude...

You could go from E/D to B or even A/A* within 3 weeks. Especially at GCSE level. Just download your syllabus and watch tutorials of the topic on YouTube and then practice.
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I have 2 maths exams coming up in June and was wondering if anyone could help me learn and recap some topics, I also have some past papers.

I feel that I am capable of achieving a C grade in maths but would really love to achieve higher and I feel that with a little help from someone who done relatively well in their maths gcse I could achieve this.

Help would be extremely appreciated.

Thanks.
get the CGP gcse cd-rom it covers everything from scratch -thats what i did
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I have 2 maths exams coming up in June and was wondering if anyone could help me learn and recap some topics, I also have some past papers.

I feel that I am capable of achieving a C grade in maths but would really love to achieve higher and I feel that with a little help from someone who done relatively well in their maths gcse I could achieve this.

Help would be extremely appreciated.

Thanks.
Doing the GCSE this year too... I'm on an A* in maths and usually get 95-100 in the papers so feel free to ask for help and I'll go through any topics you want me to.
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Dude...

You could go from E/D to B or even A/A* within 3 weeks. Especially at GCSE level. Just download your syllabus and watch tutorials of the topic on YouTube and then practice.
Ok thanks...
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Doing the GCSE this year too... I'm on an A* in maths and usually get 95-100 in the papers so feel free to ask for help and I'll go through any topics you want me to.
That would really help, how can I contact you?
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get the CGP gcse cd-rom it covers everything from scratch -thats what i did
Ok thank you.
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I have 2 maths exams coming up in June and was wondering if anyone could help me learn and recap some topics, I also have some past papers.

I feel that I am capable of achieving a C grade in maths but would really love to achieve higher and I feel that with a little help from someone who done relatively well in their maths gcse I could achieve this.

Help would be extremely appreciated.

Thanks.
examsolutions is love, examsolutions is life.

^ Check out examsolutions website for GCSE help. Advice from an A level student.
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That would really help, how can I contact you?
Feel free to PM any time.
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If anyone need's any help, got A* in IGCSE Maths, A in Aditional Maths and A*s in Maths and Further Maths at A-level, and am not too pedantic.
Also have helped out a fair few friends at Maths.
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If anyone need's any help, got A* in IGCSE Maths, A in Aditional Maths and A*s in Maths and Further Maths at A-level, and am not too pedantic.
Also have helped out a fair few friends at Maths.
To be honest there are a couple of bits in the A2 maths which annoy me - mainly remembering the trig

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examsolutions is love, examsolutions is life.

^ Check out examsolutions website for GCSE help. Advice from an A level student.
Ok thanks a lot
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If anyone need's any help, got A* in IGCSE Maths, A in Aditional Maths and A*s in Maths and Further Maths at A-level, and am not too pedantic.
Also have helped out a fair few friends at Maths.
Ok I'll message you tomorrow and we'll work something out...
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To be honest there are a couple of bits in the A2 maths which annoy me - mainly remembering the trig

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what stuff in the trig?
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Stuck on this question from the AQA maths textbook. Appreciate any help, thanks.
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I have 2 maths exams coming up in June and was wondering if anyone could help me learn and recap some topics, I also have some past papers.

I feel that I am capable of achieving a C grade in maths but would really love to achieve higher and I feel that with a little help from someone who done relatively well in their maths gcse I could achieve this.

Help would be extremely appreciated.

Thanks.
Hi I'd be happy to help if you want to pm me! I got an A* 90% and am predicted an A for AS maths

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what stuff in the trig?
The C3&4 stuff

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