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    Well Basically I'm going to start A levels tomorrow and the subject which im worried about the most is maths. My other two subjects are IT and Business.

    On induction day we done a little english and maths test just so our tutors know the level we're at. It was nothing important.

    Anyway, I havent touched or revised maths at all in the past 3 months because its been holidays ofcourse.


    I barely remember anything but you think this will effect me at the start of the course? Im willing to revise everyday but im worried
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    (Original post by sahilniazi1)
    Well Basically I'm going to start A levels tomorrow and the subject which im worried about the most is maths. My other two subjects are IT and Business.

    On induction day we done a little english and maths test just so our tutors know the level we're at. It was nothing important.

    Anyway, I havent touched or revised maths at all in the past 3 months because its been holidays ofcourse.


    I barely remember anything but you think this will effect me at the start of the course? Im willing to revise everyday but im worried
    The start of A-Level maths is just higher tier GCSE maths, just go over some notes tonight and you'll be fine.
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    The start of A-Level maths is just higher tier GCSE maths, just go over some notes tonight and you'll be fine.
    I see I see but I have no notes at all
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    (Original post by sahilniazi1)
    Well Basically I'm going to start A levels tomorrow and the subject which im worried about the most is maths. My other two subjects are IT and Business.

    On induction day we done a little english and maths test just so our tutors know the level we're at. It was nothing important.

    Anyway, I havent touched or revised maths at all in the past 3 months because its been holidays ofcourse.


    I barely remember anything but you think this will effect me at the start of the course? Im willing to revise everyday but im worried
    Good Luck, I hope tomorrow goes well! I'm sure you'll be fine!

    (Sorry I can't help anymore than that - I didn't take maths, I'm useless at it! )
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    (Original post by sahilniazi1)
    I see I see but I have no notes at all
    You can try looking at BBC bitesize and http://www.examsolutions.net/. Do you know what exam board you're doing?
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    Don't worry, I did no work between GCSE and AS either. Just practice as much as you can of what you learn.
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    (Original post by peanutbutterjam)
    You can try looking at BBC bitesize and http://www.examsolutions.net/. Do you know what exam board you're doing?
    Edexcel sir
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    Once you start again it will all come flooding back to you!
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    I see I see thankyou. Hopefully they just run through it


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    Don't worry, I did no work between GCSE and AS either. Just practice as much as you can of what you learn.
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    (Original post by sahilniazi1)
    Edexcel sir
    Same! The first thing they should teach you is surds, indices and quadratic functions on graphs (C1).
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    this topic making me nostalgic about sixth form

    enjoy it bud!
 
 
 
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