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    Im doing maths IGCSE and i would like to boost my grade. Im currently working at a C/B grade and i need a B for college, i am currently using my friend to help me learn as he got an A* when he took his maths early, but any form of revision methods would be appreciated as im pretty deaperate and worried currently.
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    Im doing maths IGCSE and i would like to boost my grade. Im currently working at a C/B grade and i need a B for college, i am currently using my friend to help me learn as he got an A* when he took his maths early, but any form of revision methods would be appreciated as im pretty deaperate and worried currently.
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    past papers are the best way
    also this website might be useful http://fhsmathsrevise.weebly.com/rev...alculator.html
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    (Original post by VibrantFlow)
    Im doing maths IGCSE and i would like to boost my grade. Im currently working at a C/B grade and i need a B for college, i am currently using my friend to help me learn as he got an A* when he took his maths early, but any form of revision methods would be appreciated as im pretty deaperate and worried currently.
    Thanks
    I'm currently preparing my son for IGCSE maths; this is the method I'm using:

    (i) Do a pair (i.e. paper I and paper II) of past papers.
    (ii) Mark and identify mistakes and weak spots; identify strengths.
    (iii) Review the theory behind where mistakes were made.
    (iv) Repeat.

    Then after a few cycles through this,

    (a) Identify consistent weak spots by reviewing papers done so far.
    (b) Identify consistent strengths.

    Then

    (i) Thoroughly review the theory behind the weak spots and practice only past paper questions on these areas.
    (ii) Work at speeding up answering questions where strengths have been identified. This gives more time for the harder stuff.

    Good luck!
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    Thanks guys for those revision methods, will definitely put them into practice.
 
 
 
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