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    I am expected to get an A in maths but i am currently working at a B. Is there any revision sources or tips or any ways for me to get that grade up. keep in mind I only have 3 months to go
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    Which exam board?
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    (Original post by SavagePenguin)
    I am expected to get an A in maths but i am currently working at a B. Is there any revision sources or tips or any ways for me to get that grade up. keep in mind I only have 3 months to go

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    (Original post by SavagePenguin)
    I am expected to get an A in maths but i am currently working at a B. Is there any revision sources or tips or any ways for me to get that grade up. keep in mind I only have 3 months to go
    I'm also expected to get an A but working at a B grade. I use MyMaths and HegartyMaths - the latter doesn't require a paid subscription.
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    I'm also expected to get an A but working at a B grade. I use MyMaths and HegartyMaths - the latter doesn't require a paid subscription.
    is it helping you get your grades up significantly?
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    Which exam board?
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    specify?
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    (Original post by SavagePenguin)
    is it helping you get your grades up significantly?
    Hopefully both resources will boost my grade.
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    If you want, take a look at this http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3897511 as I have a post of revision tips and leave any more comments and I will help you
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    good luck
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    Hopefully both resources will boost my grade.
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    (Original post by SavagePenguin)
    good luck
    You too!
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    1 word: practice
    Or 2 words: past papers
    Use them to identify your weak points and then use practice questions to consolidate your knowledge.
    Do a bit more each day and build up the knowledge to do the harder questions with more confidence.
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    (Original post by luciie)
    i find this channel really useful: https://www.youtube.com/channel/ucg4...so6w/playlists. Especially the videos where he goes through past papers as it lets you see how you're expected to answer certain questions.
    thankyouu!!!
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    There are loads of things you can do to boost your grade in Maths:

    1) PAST PAPERS
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    An extra tip is to do MORE PAST PAPERS
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    1 word: practice
    Or 2 words: past papers
    Use them to identify your weak points and then use practice questions to consolidate your knowledge.
    Do a bit more each day and build up the knowledge to do the harder questions with more confidence.
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    (Original post by SavagePenguin)
    thank you
    np

    (Original post by DeadEnd_96)
    There are loads of things you can do to boost your grade in Maths:

    1) PAST PAPERS
    2) PAST PAPERS
    3) PAST PAPERS
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    10) PAST PAPERS
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    An extra tip is to do MORE PAST PAPERS
    lol I nearly wrote similar Rep!
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    (Original post by Lemur14)
    np


    lol I nearly wrote similar Rep!
    finished all past papers
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    (Original post by SavagePenguin)
    finished all past papers
    Next you have to work out which areas you are strong in and which areas you are weak in.
    Then for the areas you are weak in you need to find practice questions and work through them until you are confident.
    Then either take past papers from similar exam boards (eg AQA and Edexcel aren't that dissimilar) and do them or redo the ones you've already done (dependent on how well you remember them).
 
 
 
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