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    How can I boost my grade from a C to an A in such a short time? Is this even possible? Please advise me as I really want to do well in Mathematics. Thank you!
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    (Original post by akawais)
    How can I boost my grade from a C to an A in such a short time? Is this even possible? Please advise me as I really want to do well in Mathematics. Thank you!
    papers, post question here you're not sure about in the maths forum and i'm sure anyone can help
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    (Original post by akawais)
    How can I boost my grade from a C to an A in such a short time? Is this even possible? Please advise me as I really want to do well in Mathematics. Thank you!
    It's more than possible, just make sure you revise all topics and practice questions on them + do practice papers.
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    How can I boost my grade from a C to an A in such a short time? Is this even possible? Please advise me as I really want to do well in Mathematics. Thank you!
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    (Original post by PrinceProsperity)
    It's more than possible, just make sure you revise all topics and practice questions on them + do practice papers.
    32 days until my first Maths exam!

    When should I start past papers then? I plan to go over all the content first. Thanks.
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    papers, post question here you're not sure about in the maths forum and i'm sure anyone can help
    Thank you, that would be great!
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    (Original post by LelouchViRuge)
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    Thanks that website looks quite good.
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    That site and papers got me an A* pretty much

    Good luck
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    (Original post by akawais)
    32 days until my first Maths exam!

    When should I start past papers then? I plan to go over all the content first. Thanks.
    Yeah, once you've covered most of the content just go through past papers, there will always be trig equations for the calculator paper so make sure you are confident in those
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    (Original post by PrinceProsperity)
    Yeah, once you've covered most of the content just go through past papers, there will always be trig equations for the calculator paper so make sure you are confident in those
    Both my exams are calculator papers because I'm doing IGCSE.
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    (Original post by akawais)
    Both my exams are calculator papers because I'm doing IGCSE.
    ohh.

    Good luck with revision!
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    (Original post by PrinceProsperity)
    ohh.

    Good luck with revision!
    Thanks! I'm using Maths Watch atm, GCSE for learning some of the topics and using the A level one to learn the extra topics included in the IGCSE.
 
 
 
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