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1. I have just started my Gcse`s and i have my Maths exam coming up soon, I have always struggled with maths, could anyone give me some tips on how to revise for my Gcse foundation maths paper?
2. Literally all you can do is practice! Do a ton of past papers, maybe you could ask for your teacher for some? If you don't understand a question then you can look for the topic on MathsWatch, its very helpful! Best of luck, hope you get a C!
3. (Original post by sarskinz)
Literally all you can do is practice! Do a ton of past papers, maybe you could ask for your teacher for some? If you don't understand a question then you can look for the topic on MathsWatch, its very helpful! Best of luck, hope you get a C!
Thank you very much and i will try that and hopefully it will get me a C
4. (Original post by Emmanuel_2015)
Thank you very much and i will try that and hopefully it will get me a C
Make sure you do the ones you find hardest first and write steps on getting the answer! I know Maths can be hard sometimes so try your best
5. (Original post by sarskinz)
hope you get a C!
dude wtf that's mean
6. (Original post by CancerousProblem)
dude wtf that's mean
Erm, he's/she's doing foundation..
7. (Original post by Emmanuel_2015)
I have just started my Gcse`s and i have my Maths exam coming up soon, I have always struggled with maths, could anyone give me some tips on how to revise for my Gcse foundation maths paper?
keep practicing...
Maths is a subject you cant revise...
1) work through the textbook Qs so you are aware of how to do all the different types of calculations. once you feel confident with each topic and you have practiced enough then approach an exam paper.

2) if it is possible, do it under timed conditions, like a proper exam.

3) once completed, check with a mark scheme or get someone to mark it for you.

4) having done that, notify the mistake you are making and over the topic again.

keep practicing exam papers and quesions. its the best way to approach maths.
believe in yourself and say you can do it...

Good luck and all the best
8. (Original post by asifa129)
keep practicing...
Maths is a subject you cant revise...
1) work through the textbook Qs so you are aware of how to do all the different types of calculations. once you feel confident with each topic and you have practiced enough then approach an exam paper.

2) if it is possible, do it under timed conditions, like a proper exam.

3) once completed, check with a mark scheme or get someone to mark it for you.

4) having done that, notify the mistake you are making and over the topic again.

keep practicing exam papers and quesions. its the best way to approach maths.
believe in yourself and say you can do it...

Good luck and all the best
Thank you
9. I'm currently in college, I've always struggled with Maths, only subject I have ever struggled with and I'm Actually so scared I've been through so many past papers and maths watch videos I actually want that C more than anything! I'm doing Higher Paper any tips?
10. (Original post by Emmanuel_2015)
I have just started my Gcse`s and i have my Maths exam coming up soon, I have always struggled with maths, could anyone give me some tips on how to revise for my Gcse foundation maths paper?
Hey! Don't panic! For months I was a D grade in Maths however I stumbled across a guy on Youtube under the channel called KESHMATHS and he goes through the paper showing you how to do it. Sounds simple right? Well now I'm a high B grade hoping to achieve an A! It really works just do a lot of them. His techniques really stayed in my head.

good luck!
11. I done gcse maths in year 10 and got an A ha i would probably of got 100%
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