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    I am seriously struggling with maths at the moment and need a very good way of exceptionally improving in it within a month, before my next mocks. I am aiming for a 7(A) by the end of the course but am at roughly a 4 or 5(C) right now. Does anyone have ideas on the best techniques of how to improve in maths? Are there certain techniques e.g exam questions or certain websites that helped you? Please do share success stories of your maths GCSE and inform me on how you got there.
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    I hope this will work for you

    -getting a paid tutor helps to go over certain areas outside of school
    -asking a teacher for help within class/after class is good too voice your concerns so you don't struggle when it comes to exam day
    -bitesize is good for going over things and doing those quizzes at the end of a revision model helps you tell you what you know and dont know
    -mathcentre has a bunch of question packs with lots of questions for things like surds, but it may not have everything because it's for higher level maths, but who knows, you may get lucky
    -CGP has a bunch of resources too
    -s-cool I think has some maths stuff and they really simplify it so it's really useful for going over tricky things
    - Gojimo has a free app on the app store that connects you to a tutor so you can message them and get help easily (look for the orange icon with a chevron in a speech bubble)
    -mathsgenie for past papers
    -youtube for tutorials
    -mathisfun is a good site too


    I hope this helps you, Good luck
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    (Original post by Lhoque)
    I hope this will work for you

    -getting a paid tutor helps to go over certain areas outside of school
    -asking a teacher for help within class/after class is good too voice your concerns so you don't struggle when it comes to exam day
    -bitesize is good for going over things and doing those quizzes at the end of a revision model helps you tell you what you know and dont know
    -mathcentre has a bunch of question packs with lots of questions for things like surds, but it may not have everything because it's for higher level maths, but who knows, you may get lucky
    -CGP has a bunch of resources too
    -s-cool I think has some maths stuff and they really simplify it so it's really useful for going over tricky things
    - Gojimo has a free app on the app store that connects you to a tutor so you can message them and get help easily (look for the orange icon with a chevron in a speech bubble)
    -mathsgenie for past papers
    -youtube for tutorials
    -mathisfun is a good site too


    I hope this helps you, Good luck
    Thankyou ever so much!!
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    (Original post by Sneedshelp)
    Thankyou ever so much!!
    you're welcome
 
 
 
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