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    Hey there I have started my a-levels and initially decided to do Maths with mechanics,Physics and Geography.With a goal to do automotive engineering at uni,however I felt that I would not be able to do well at maths and dropped it last week for economics.However,my passion lies within automotive engineering therefore I am considering to pickup maths again.However I am afraid I will do really bad in it as I only got a B in my GCSE maths.So,is there any way of doing well in maths and how will I be able to do it?
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    Do every single exercise from the textbooks, once you've completed each one do past paper after past paper after past paper. Get into the feel of the papers.


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    (Original post by NMcG)
    Do every single exercise from the textbooks, once you've completed each one do past paper after past paper after past paper. Get into the feel of the papers.


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    So do you think I should stick with maths?
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    I would say stick with it at least until your first test in it, never know til you try ☺️. It's all about how much work you're willing/able to put in


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