I've been moving schools around for a long time due to my parents' jobs and my Maths knowledge (due to different school systems and ways of doing things) has suffered- but now I have to revise and pass my N5 exams coming up!
I've been trying to revise but i'm getting disheartened at how much I just don't understand at all, and I'm also pretty worried that it's too late to pretty much learn 75% of the course anew. I really don't want to fail my exams (and who does? :P) and I was wondering if anyone's been in a similar situation and has any tips?
I am clueless at Maths and need to pass! watch
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- 07-04-2016 14:40
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- 07-04-2016 15:09
Talk to your teachers. I think its oiubrkess sitting an exam when you realistically know you will fail. See if you cna have a deferment till the resits if you are genuinely that far behind and its no just exam nerves.
The alternative if you cna afford it is to get a home tutor.