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Please, I need help to find a really good maths You Tube channel, can anyone recommend one or two?

With my English I watched Mr Bruff who was really good, I'm trying to find one for the maths. Mr Bruff is a school teacher/examiner, so something similar would be brilliant.

Oh and any that show quick tips, ways of doing things in an easy way would be great.

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https://www.examsolutions.net/a-level-maths/edexcel
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(Original post by Purdy7)
Please, I need help to find a really good maths You Tube channel, can anyone recommend one or two?

With my English I watched Mr Bruff who was really good, I'm trying to find one for the maths. Mr Bruff is a school teacher/examiner, so something similar would be brilliant.

Oh and any that show quick tips, ways of doing things in an easy way would be great.

Thanks
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http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/
I highly recommend this, they cover the new spec for AQA, Edexcel and OCR. They have videos explaining every topic in the syllabus and have lots of exam styled questions to ensure you've mastered the topic. Since the new syllabus is lacking past papers and you only have a few specimen papers to test yourself, mathsgenie have created 'Predicted papers', they're essentially a substitute for the lack of past papers.

If you don't like mathsgenie, try the YouTube channel Khan academy.

Good luck with GCSE's.
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Revisely seems to be best because it has loads of channels on one site
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(Original post by -anon 101)
https://www.examsolutions.net/a-level-maths/edexcel
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best site ever
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You're after Mr Hegarty.

http://mathswebsite.com/

(Original post by Purdy7)
Please, I need help to find a really good maths You Tube channel, can anyone recommend one or two?

With my English I watched Mr Bruff who was really good, I'm trying to find one for the maths. Mr Bruff is a school teacher/examiner, so something similar would be brilliant.

Oh and any that show quick tips, ways of doing things in an easy way would be great.

Thanks
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Hegarty Maths!
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