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    Hi, I've got quite a big edexcel maths test in 2 weeks time. Tommorow I will be given a booklet of 8 (ish) problems but that won't be enough. So, what can i do?

    Also, I have a CGP book which is meant for foundation GCSE, but should I use it just yet? As in, fill in the questions? (Might need that for Y11?)
    Hi, I hope I'm not too late!
    Okay, I guess you're doing gcse and the same exam board as me. Your spec might be different if you're doing the new gcses. For me, this is worth it's weight in gold. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Revise-Edexc.../dp/1446900150
    Use the questions. Next year you can find online resources but you don't need to worry about that right now. Just focus on preparing for the next maths test with anything you have.
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    Ask to borrow your maths textbook (if they won't let you take it home, see if you can borrow it and study it in the library or in their class or something) and practice all of the things you have been taught.
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    You're welcome! Enjoy Year 10 but start making notes now. You will thank yourself next year. I kept on top of sciences in year 10 which I am so glad I did. However I didn't keep up with geography and ended up spending my Christmas holidays making geography notecards. It's never too late to start revision!
    Listen to me? What am I saying? I think I've had a personality transplant... Seriously though, make notes now and you'll thank yourself so much later on. I wish I'd listened to people telling me that whenever I see the biology notes I still have to do.
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