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    I'm working at a Grade D/C atm, and i want to raise the grade. I got mocks coming up soon and i want to know how you can do good at maths. Im struggling in maths and i want to at least pass Maths in my actual GCSE's. I'm doing a higher paper in the mocks. I
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    (Original post by danshahid_)
    I'm working at a Grade D/C atm, and i want to raise the grade. I got mocks coming up soon and i want to know how you can do good at maths. Im struggling in maths and i want to at least pass Maths in my actual GCSE's. I'm doing a higher paper in the mocks. I
    If you've got a textbook, work through that - go through the topics and do questions until you're comfortable with that. Videos online may help if you're stuck with a topic.

    Then do past papers under exam conditions, see where you can improve and then improve that, and keep going until you're happy with how much you're getting correct.

    Good luck!
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    If you've got a textbook, work through that - go through the topics and do questions until you're comfortable with that. Videos online may help if you're stuck with a topic.

    Then do past papers under exam conditions, see where you can improve and then improve that, and keep going until you're happy with how much you're getting correct.

    Good luck!
    Thanks man, ill try it
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    (Original post by danshahid_)
    I'm working at a Grade D/C atm, and i want to raise the grade. I got mocks coming up soon and i want to know how you can do good at maths. Im struggling in maths and i want to at least pass Maths in my actual GCSE's. I'm doing a higher paper in the mocks. I
    Just do as many past papers as you can and anything you discover you struggle with, ask your teacher about it and make sure you understand it. Repeat this until you can do a paper without being majorly stuck/not knowing how to approach a single question.
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    Remain motivated
    Take breaks when you are revising
    Revise over topics you know well incase you forget them in the exam
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    Do past papers, mark them and see where you are loosing out marks.
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    Mathswatch+practise questions to learn the topics. Then tests yourself with past papers and go over the topics you're getting wrong.
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    (Original post by DavidMIliband)
    omg gcse is so easy, u should see some of the stuff i have to do envolving stochastic regression. man u a ***** if u think its hard. ***** to answer the questions, atleast ****ing try atleast put some time and effort into it
    Some people struggle more than others, be considerate please. The OP clearly is trying to put effort into boosting their grade or this thread would not exist.
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    (Original post by DavidMIliband)
    omg gcse is so easy, u should see some of the stuff i have to do envolving stochastic regression. man u a ***** if u think its hard. ***** to answer the questions, atleast ****ing try atleast put some time and effort into it
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