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isit possible to revise everything for maths in 1 day ? i have always failed maths and am on higher ,...
any good websites ,videos to watch ?
any good revision techniques ?
any topics that are imporatant & have to revise ?
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Yes past papers. Enough said
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isit possible to revise everything for maths in 1 day ? i have always failed maths and am on higher ,...
any good websites ,videos to watch ?
any good revision techniques ?
any topics that are imporatant & have to revise ?
Unless you're superintelligent: no, you can't get a decent mark with one day of revision.

Good websites: physicsandmathstutor

Good revision techniques: practice, especially past papers.
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Past papers:

http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/

Prediction papers:

http://onmaths.com/mock_exams/edexce...-1-prediction/
http://onmaths.com/mock_exams/edexce...-prediction-a/
A* questions:http://www.m4ths.com/100-hard-a-gcse-questions.html

I recommend you start by doing a few past papers then identify your weaknesses. You haven't got time to revise everything and understand it. Target those weaknesses and revise them. Once you're confident with them, practice A* questions and understand them. Don't understand them? Research it or use TSR !

If you still have time, focus on core things like algebra because on my exam board (Edexcel) it is worth 25% of my paper. Generally just brush up on basic things so you gain full marks on the foundation part of the paper so if you absolutely bomb out on the higher part of the paper, you'll still get a nice B.
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Unless you're superintelligent: no, you can't get a decent mark with one day of revision.

Good websites: physicsandmathstutor

Good revision techniques: practice, especially past papers.


am doing maths gcses , is the website for gcses ?
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am doing maths gcses , is the website for gcses ?
Sorry my mistake, thought this was regarding A-levels, and yes it is an A-level website.
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Sorry my mistake, thought this was regarding A-levels, and yes it is an A-level website.

oh its okay but do i still have a chance of passing ,loool am asking you like your some fotune teller or something ,sorry but i s worried
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oh its okay but do i still have a chance of passing ,loool am asking you like your some fotune teller or something ,sorry but i s worried
Yes you could still pass with a few days revision. If this is a problem you can throw money at, my best advice would be to get a decent tutor.
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