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    i need help on how to revise and remember methods for maths
    im in year10 expected grade is A but in my last module test i got a C and i did a test today which i know i failed so badly
    my teacher doesnt really teach us instead just gives us textbook work
    i take time to understand methods and in tests i completely forget or freeze and question whether my answer is right at every question
    i dont know how to improve my grade ??
    i considered drawing up a revision timetable

    but idk
    pleaasee help and answer??

    thankkk youuu
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    Personally I prefer doing practise papers and then going through them after and seeing where and why I went wrong. But different people prefer revising in different ways- just see what works for you.


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    (Original post by mm321)
    i need help on how to revise and remember methods for maths
    im in year10 expected grade is A but in my last module test i got a C and i did a test today which i know i failed so badly
    my teacher doesnt really teach us instead just gives us textbook work
    i take time to understand methods and in tests i completely forget or freeze and question whether my answer is right at every question
    i dont know how to improve my grade ??
    i considered drawing up a revision timetable

    but idk
    pleaasee help and answer??

    thankkk youuu
    Practice doing questions. Past papers, practice papers. The more you do questions the easier that type of question becomes and you're not going to forget it in the exam as it will be ingrained in your mind so you will be unable to forget it. Just practice
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    PAST PAPERS. at gcse I didn't do enough and I ended up receiving an A. however in year 12 I achieved aa in maths further maths by doing past papers and buying a book with just practice questions. good luck btw you didn't fail, learn from this
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    (Original post by Kai Diawara)
    PAST PAPERS. at gcse I didn't do enough and I ended up receiving an A. however in year 12 I achieved aa in maths further maths by doing past papers and buying a book with just practice questions. good luck btw you didn't fail, learn from this
    thank you so muchh for your advice and support&good luck for future too!
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    (Original post by mm321)
    i need help on how to revise and remember methods for maths
    im in year10 expected grade is A but in my last module test i got a C and i did a test today which i know i failed so badly
    my teacher doesnt really teach us instead just gives us textbook work
    i take time to understand methods and in tests i completely forget or freeze and question whether my answer is right at every question
    i dont know how to improve my grade ??
    i considered drawing up a revision timetable

    but idk
    pleaasee help and answer??

    thankkk youuu
    Make sure you do as many past papers as possible under timed conditions (you can find them online). When you're finished take the time to mark them carefully and use the mark scheme to try to understand the marks you've lost/ what the examiner is looking for.
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    (Original post by Kai Diawara)
    PAST PAPERS. at gcse I didn't do enough and I ended up receiving an A. however in year 12 I achieved aa in maths further maths by doing past papers and buying a book with just practice questions. good luck btw you didn't fail, learn from this
    literally same
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    Complete as many past paper questions and practise papers as you can. The more you do,the better
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    lol I love how literally everyone recommended past papers :3
 
 
 
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