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    (Original post by CPS23)
    I'm finding it hard some topics make sense, some just confuse me. I'm just happy with a B at this point
    same here i understand in class but flop the exams idek why
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    (Original post by Misaki24)
    thats sickkkkkk! where do u revise from i need to go from 4 to 6 in three months! :afraid:
    Hegartymaths videos- search it on Youtube and watch everything you don't understand and write notes. Keep revisiting and relearning and do all the specimen past papers!!
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    (Original post by CoffeeGeek)
    Got a grade 8 in my mocks - it's not easy, the old spec is much easier than this.
    how did you revise?
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    (Original post by Quizlet)
    Hegartymaths videos- search it on Youtube and watch everything you don't understand and write notes. Keep revisiting and relearning and do all the specimen past papers!!
    thanks alot, sick name fam :P
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    (Original post by catchthe1z)
    how did you revise?
    Like I said to others before, I just did a lot of practice. Do lots of exam questions, textbook questions and if you're not strong on a topic, watch videos on it or read a revision guide or notes. Do not revise for Maths by reading notes!!!
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    (Original post by CoffeeGeek)
    Like I said to others before, I just did a lot of practice. Do lots of exam questions, textbook questions and if you're not strong on a topic, watch videos on it or read a revision guide or notes. Do not revise for Maths by reading notes!!!
    Wholeheartedly agree with this. Reading notes for any subject tbh is not productive revision.
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    (Original post by _gcx)
    I would recommend worksheets such as these.
    Excellent source. For those whom need to watch a video explanation as well, try www.mathsgenie.co.uk

    It also can be sorted by level of difficulty as well as topic areas.
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    Awful, I'm borderline 5 but I've never actually gotten one and I need a 6 to get into my first choice college. First choice college or not, I'm not gonna be happy with anything less than a 6 anyway. Teach has a bit more faith in us despite the underperformance from everyone; she predicted the highest people in the class a 6 so I did bag an interview with that college but I'm really struggling with some of the content and the new question style.
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    (Original post by orderofthelotus)
    Awful, I'm borderline 5 but I've never actually gotten one and I need a 6 to get into my first choice college. First choice college or not, I'm not gonna be happy with anything less than a 6 anyway. Teach has a bit more faith in us despite the underperformance from everyone; she predicted the highest people in the class a 6 so I did bag an interview with that college but I'm really struggling with some of the content and the new question style.
    Have you seen the Maths 9-1 Revision Cards that are available? They are extremely helpful and go over each topic in the syllabus.

    You can find them on Amazon if you're interested.
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    (Original post by NateRiver)
    Have you seen the Maths 9-1 Revision Cards that are available? They are extremely helpful and go over each topic in the syllabus.

    You can find them on Amazon if you're interested.
    I'd say I need more practice than any more breakdown kinda resources, since I've got CGP's new textbook and a video library, but thanks. ^___^
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    (Original post by orderofthelotus)
    I'd say I need more practice than any more breakdown kinda resources, since I've got CGP's new textbook and a video library, but thanks. ^___^
    Practising all the old spec past papers will be an enormous help. The more questions you attempt, the better you will understand how to solve them and hence exceed your current grade I'm sure.
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    (Original post by NateRiver)
    Practising all the old spec past papers will be an enormous help. The more questions you attempt, the better you will understand how to solve them and hence exceed your current grade I'm sure.
    I'll try that. Thanks.
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    I just never thought it would be so much in three papers, it's irritating
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    (Original post by CPS23)
    https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/172405

    just a lil petition to authorise open book exams for the English exams
    Hasn't everyone who did GCSE English (literature at least) had to memorise quotes from poems and stuff in past years?
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    Yeah, but for the new GCSE, you don't get the novels, anthology and play in the exam to make it easier. You literally have to walk in without no guidance from a text.
    (Original post by B_9710)
    Hasn't everyone who did GCSE English (literature at least) had to memorise quotes from poems and stuff in past years?
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    (Original post by CPS23)
    https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/172405

    just a lil petition to authorise open book exams for the English exams
    This thread is a discussion about the maths exam, not the English exam.
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    Sorry :unimpressed:
    (Original post by notnek)
    This thread is a discussion about the maths exam, not the English exam.
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    (Original post by CPS23)
    Yeah, but for the new GCSE, you don't get the novels, anthology and play in the exam to make it easier. You literally have to walk in without no guidance from a text.
    No one has ever been allowed anthologies or books in the exam though.
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    (Original post by Quizlet)
    Hegartymaths videos- search it on Youtube and watch everything you don't understand and write notes. Keep revisiting and relearning and do all the specimen past papers!!
    Which vids man? The videos are scattered all over the damn place. Is there a playlist for it?
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    (Original post by Praefectus)
    Which vids man? The videos are scattered all over the damn place. Is there a playlist for it?
    You obviously pick the videos you need help on, and click on playlist on YouTube, he has lots of playlists on different topics.
 
 
 
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