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    My GCSE is in 3 months and i need to go from a D/C to a B in time!! How do i do it i need help so badly because i waant to biology chemistry physics and i am straight A* but need a minimum B in maths to do them. I cannot afford a tutor as well as the little time for it as i live far from my school, and i cannot move school due to some circumstances. How do i do it?
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    I also I will do the new maths GCSE this year I'm also in a grade 4+ when I done my mock in dicember. What I will sey that you have to do corbertt maths, kesh maths and http://justmaths.co.uk/2015/12/21/9-...#comment-40557.
    Also http://www.m4ths.com/gcse-videos-higherfoundation.html

    We just need to work really hard, I wish you the best of luck in your GCSE's.💯💯
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    (Original post by mosisgansta)
    I also I will do the new maths GCSE this year I'm also in a grade 4+ when I done my mock in dicember. What I will sey that you have to do corbertt maths, kesh maths and http://justmaths.co.uk/2015/12/21/9-...#comment-40557.
    Also http://www.m4ths.com/gcse-videos-higherfoundation.html

    We just need to work really hard, I wish you the best of luck in your GCSE's.💯💯
    Thank you so so so much! i wish you the best of luck in your GCSES too
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    If you're doing edexcel I would really suggest getting the books from the REVISE series as they seem really good. The key thing in maths is just to practice and practice. I got a 7+ in my November mocks.
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    What website do you go to revise on and how do you structure your maths revision? In the mock that I had in November I had a grade 4+. Now I'm sort of worry about my grade because I want to get a grade 7.
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    (Original post by mosisgansta)
    What website do you go to revise on and how do you structure your maths revision? In the mock that I had in November I had a grade 4+. Now I'm sort of worry about my grade because I want to get a grade 7.
    Well, personally I didn't revise for my mock because we weren't that pre-warned on it and since I love maths, I prioritised other subjects. However, if you've gotten your mock papers back or just do a set of spec papers on the exam board website, look at where you suck and focus on those areas. For instance, in my mock I sucked at quadratic graphs and finding the minimum point. Therefore, I know I need to look at that and I'll try to find exercises online to help. Website wise, my school has provided me with a log in for my maths, hegarty maths and maths watch but I don't know if they are any help dependent on your school
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    Does your school run a maths clinic? I would suggest attending would be helpful.
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    I'd advise, if you have trouble with answering exam questions, 'bland.in'.
    It's a maths website with Edexcel Mathematics GCSE on there, and the 9-1 exam system
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    (Original post by Misaki24)
    My GCSE is in 3 months and i need to go from a D/C to a B in time!! How do i do it i need help so badly because i waant to biology chemistry physics and i am straight A* but need a minimum B in maths to do them. I cannot afford a tutor as well as the little time for it as i live far from my school, and i cannot move school due to some circumstances. How do i do it?
    We have some 9-1 GCSE practice papers on here: www.crashmaths.com/gcse-practice-papers

    Hopefully they can give you an extra source of practice.
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    Thanks this will also help me a lot.
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    (Original post by CuriousCat567)
    If you're doing edexcel I would really suggest getting the books from the REVISE series as they seem really good. The key thing in maths is just to practice and practice. I got a 7+ in my November mocks.
    Thank you
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    (Original post by WillPhillips)
    Does your school run a maths clinic? I would suggest attending would be helpful.
    Yeah we have period 6 and interventions for maths which sorta helps
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    (Original post by JosephCiderBwoy)
    I'd advise, if you have trouble with answering exam questions, 'bland.in'.
    It's a maths website with Edexcel Mathematics GCSE on there, and the 9-1 exam system
    Thank you
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    (Original post by crashMATHS)
    We have some 9-1 GCSE practice papers on here: www.crashmaths.com/gcse-practice-papers

    Hopefully they can give you an extra source of practice.
    Thanks Alot!
 
 
 
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