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# Self-teaching maths? watch

1. Hey

I'd like to self teach myself C1, C2, S1 maths but I dont know how? Any help will be appreciated
2. You look at some c1 and c2 work and you learn it.
3. (Original post by Oblivion99)
Hey

I'd like to self teach myself C1, C2, S1 maths but I dont know how? Any help will be appreciated
http://www.examsolutions.net/maths-r...cification.php

http://www.themathsteacher.com/a_level_maths.php

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

http://www.furthermaths.org.uk/edexcel-revision

http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/maths-revision/

https://mathswebsite.com/a-level

4. (Original post by Fish40)
You look at some c1 and c2 work and you learn it.
done that to no avail
5. (Original post by Oblivion99)
Hey

I'd like to self teach myself C1, C2, S1 maths but I dont know how? Any help will be appreciated

Hi,
I think if you are going to self teach, it would help to watch many videos first. I was struggling a lot with maths for a while but after revising over the topic and really figuring out the techniques , it will be a great help. Many videos are available on YouTube, this will greatly help you understand the method. Practice! Maths is all about practicing. A massive good luck to you and with whatever you are studying.
6. First make a plan for each different module with all the different topics in the module, I can help with that if you wish. A plan makes a mountain in front of you into a molehill.
Then research each topic in depth, probably a good idea to learn one topic a day and practice it, there are loads of past exam papers online to get questions from.
When I say you learn a topic a day, you need to find out information about each topic such as formulas you may need to remember, methods you will need to also remember (like intergration and differentiation), most of this information is accessible on the web, a simple 'how and why do we differentiate' will get you vast expanses of data you can learn.
Slowly but surely you'll begin working your way through the syllabus and learn it all.

Assuming you actually want to sit the A level exams and aren't just learning for fun, then there are likely to be more difficult questions on the coming exams just due to the nature of things, the C1 and C2 exam this year were difficult according to many (of course you'll get some people who say they could have answered it with their eyes closed). So as a result of this there will be difficult questions that you will probably need assistance with when you're just starting off. Of course this is what this website is for, helping each other study.

So if there is something specific you don't understand or there is a question you can't seem to get right no matter what you do then just ask on here, many people will be able to help you out.

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