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    I'm Y11 and I want to prepare for my A levels during the summer holiday. Does anyone know any helpful materials to start me off? My exam board will be OCR. I'm expecting to get an A* in my Maths GCSE so I will most likely be doing Maths and Further Maths and my aims are to get A* in both.
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    (Original post by Ace2233)
    I'm Y11 and I want to prepare for my A levels during the summer holiday. Does anyone know any helpful materials to start me off? My exam board will be OCR. I'm expecting to get an A* in my Maths GCSE so I will most likely be doing Maths and Further Maths and my aims are to get A* in both.
    Spend the summer relaxing, and enjoying the most of your free time. If you genuinely want to spend your time revising, then covering the first few chapters of Core 1 won't hurt (using ExamSolutions).
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    Spend the summer relaxing, and enjoying the most of your free time. If you genuinely want to spend your time revising, then covering the first few chapters of Core 1 won't hurt (using ExamSolutions).
    I will be going on a holiday for 1 month but this year we finish earlier so rather than wasting my time playing games I thought covering some A level stuff won't hurt. Thanks for the source I will make use of it.
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    Honestly just relax - you'll seriously regret it in year 12 trust me
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    What's better than learning some math over summer? You could learn the whole of As in a week if you want. C1, C2 and whatever other module you do. Theres really not much to learn, watch exam solutions videos and do questions. Practice for a few hours a day for another week.
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    Thanks for the advises!
 
 
 
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