How can I achieve a A at maths y11 Watch

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I really want to have good grades this year , because I'm goig to college , can someone pleaseee tell the topics I need to revise to achieve a A or a B
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What exam board are u doing?
I got an A in math and all I would say is practice practice practice. Go through the Spec and make sure you know everything on there! Then just keep solving questions that's what makes a difference.
good luck!
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Just practice a lot, revise the less "obvious" topics like circle theorems, trigonometry, reflections/transformations (a lot of people find this fine but if you have terrible spatial thinking like me then...), some algebra beyond normal manipulation like rules for surds and stuff.
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Thanks !
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(Original post by marianacardoso)
Thanks !
Try these http://www.mathsmadeeasy.co.uk/gcsem...s-AB-grade.htm
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You could also try this paper http://www.mathsmadeeasy.myzen.co.uk...-calc-free.pdf
This paper is a non calculator so it really tests your basic skills as well as your knowledge.
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You could also try this paper http://www.mathsmadeeasy.myzen.co.uk...-calc-free.pdf
This paper is a non calculator so it really tests your basic skills as well as your knowledge.
Thanks , this is going to be really helpful.
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Hi, That's a great initiative. Try revising some major topics first then the easy ones. Try watch online tutorials like http://www.examsolutions.net/ . I hope this helps you
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As said above, the best method is by completing loads and loads of exam papers. In my school we were given a pack of them and were set them for homework.

Most of the exam board websites have past exam papers that you can download, as well as additional resources like mark schemes and examiner reports - these are really useful as they can help cut down your revision and focus on the points mentioned by the head examiner.
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Hi, That's a great initiative. Try revising some major topics first then the easy ones. Try watch online tutorials like http://www.examsolutions.net/ . I hope this helps you
Thank you!
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