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    Tips on how to revise maths. Not past papers
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    then there aren't any other way to revise
    try to watch videos on each topic and do practice questions
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    (Original post by hothamd)
    Tips on how to revise maths. Not past papers
    By excluding past papers you are severely limiting your options.
    I'd say at GCSE level that's one of the main things you can do, or find practice questions by topic online?
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    Borrow the textbook from school and practice questions in there.
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    Revise everything (even easy topics, but focus on harder ones) using the textbook (for Edexcel if you are doing that exam board because I am). That really helps..it boosted me..I got from 70-80% to 90%.
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    (Original post by hothamd)
    Tips on how to revise maths. Not past papers
    You're essentially disadvantaging yourself by not using past papers
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    (Original post by hothamd)
    Tips on how to revise maths. Not past papers
    I know you said no past papers but you should try a website called method maths.
    It gives you online past papers ( so no printing ) and it marks it all for you. It shows you how to work out the question, and how many marks you can get but also it gives you the percentage you scored correctly and what the grade would be if you was to sit the real exam.

    You should really try it, I have been using it for only 3 months, an hour a day and I have gone from a D grade to a B+ grade.

    Good luck
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    (Original post by murrkane124)
    I know you said no past papers but you should try a website called method maths.
    It gives you online past papers ( so no printing ) and it marks it all for you. It shows you how to work out the question, and how many marks you can get but also it gives you the percentage you scored correctly and what the grade would be if you was to sit the real exam.

    You should really try it, I have been using it for only 3 months, an hour a day and I have gone from a D grade to a B+ grade.

    Good luck

    Can I use it if my school doesn't have it?
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    (Original post by hothamd)
    Tips on how to revise maths. Not past papers
    http://fhsmathsrevise.weebly.com/revision-list-non-calculator.html<-------- this seems like an ok website
 
 
 
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