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    im getting really frustrated with edexcel. All day ive been practicing using hegarty maths and I understand it but as soon as I see an exam question I freeze.

    The wording makes NO sense. Does anyone have any useful websites that say the typical questions that will come up for a specific topic and what the wording means or any tips for me?

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    (Original post by TyanaChu)
    im getting really frustrated with edexcel. All day ive been practicing using hegarty maths and I understand it but as soon as I see an exam question I freeze.

    The wording makes NO sense. Does anyone have any useful websites that say the typical questions that will come up for a specific topic and what the wording means or any tips for me?

    GCSE student btw
    ExamSolutions, and also lots of practice.I find the wording of Edexcel quetions to be far more straight forward than the likes of AQA. What in particular about the wording do you find difficult in understanding?
 
 
 
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