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    How can i get from a E to a C in maths in the time of 2 months?
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    (Original post by Noorals)
    How can i get from a E to a C in maths in the time of 2 months?
    Work hard. Go over all your topics, make sure you understand the concepts, practice questions continuously whilst doing so. ASK (on here or to a teacher) when you don't understand why something is being done or how it's done, practice, practice, practice. I went from a G/U in maths to being a maths offer holder at Cambridge.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Work hard. Go over all your topics, make sure you understand the concepts, practice questions continuously whilst doing so. ASK (on here or to a teacher) when you don't understand why something is being done or how it's done, practice, practice, practice. I went from a G/U in maths to being a maths offer holder at Cambridge.
    Wow, that`s amazing and thank you
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    (Original post by Noorals)
    How can i get from a E to a C in maths in the time of 2 months?
    I would recommend (in all seriousness) focussing inbasic general maths problems (e.g: mental arithmetic, solving equations etc...) first. Work from the ground up.

    It is difficult to understand complex topics if you don't understand the basics.

    Maybe buy a Stage 3 maths book (I think GCSE is stage 4) and work through it. Once you have that under your belt GCSE will be much easier
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    it is if you get a tutor/teacher which knows what to teach and you are prepared to put at least 2 hours per week outside the classroom in maths
 
 
 
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