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    I've just done my GCSE's and got A* in maths and A in add maths (the highest grade is A). I'm doing A-Level maths in 1 year cos I'm doing further maths the year after. Any tips on how to achieve an A*, like videos, websites or techniques.
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    (Original post by RugbySid)
    I've just done my GCSE's and got A* in maths and A in add maths (the highest grade is A). I'm doing A-Level maths in 1 year cos I'm doing further maths the year after. Any tips on how to achieve an A*, like videos, websites or techniques.
    http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/...-maths-papers/

    Physicsandmathstutor is a very good website for A Level Maths and Further Maths; it contains past papers from all exam boards, worksheets, revision notes and practice papers that are intentionally harder than the exam. In my opinion anyone doing A Level Maths or Further Maths should check this website out.

    http://www.examsolutions.net/

    Examsolutions features videos about topics with worked solutions. It's quite good for watching tutorials about anything you don't understand in class.

    https://www.khanacademy.org/math?t=classes

    Whilst not exclusive to A Level Maths, Khanacademy contains videos about many topics which are in A Level Maths, although worded a bit differently (e.g integration by substitution is called U substitution in their videos). I actually prefer Khanacademy videos over Examsolution videos.

    These are the sites I used most when learning A Level Maths over two years, although in my final year of A2 I did AS Further Maths alongside it. Hope these sites help and good luck for your A Levels.
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    Yeah what dapper said, I did normal maths but in the end managed to get an A. Examsolutions and physics and maths tutor are the perfect combo.
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    Do u guys recommend the solomon papers or not
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    (Original post by RugbySid)
    Do u guys recommend the solomon papers or not
    Some of them are harder than what you would get in the exam, so for extra practice I think it might be worth it.
 
 
 
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