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    Hi,

    My IAS exam is on October and my board is Edexcel.
    I wanted to know how should i start learning for C12 and S1 maths.
    I haven't done any GCSE maths so should i build a foundation in that first and then move on to the AS-Level or follow the spec of As-Level and do some basics on each topics working out the problems (Use exam solution) instead of wasting my time on doing the whole GCSE.

    Please suggest and help !
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    (Original post by Hanna423)
    Hi,

    My IAS exam is on October and my board is Edexcel.
    I wanted to know how should i start learning for C12 and S1 maths.
    I haven't done any GCSE maths so should i build a foundation in that first and then move on to the AS-Level or follow the spec of As-Level and do some basics on each topics working out the problems (Use exam solution) instead of wasting my time on doing the whole GCSE.

    Please suggest and help !
    I'd quickly go over the GCSE as a lot of the skills from that are built on in the A Level, but don't spend too long on it
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    The only way to get better at maths is through practice.
    Just do plenty of questions once you understand the concepts, and you'll do just fine.
 
 
 
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