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I have my mocks for maths this December and was wondering when to start revising and how to revise.

If you got A's or above at GCSE how did you revise and when did you start for both mocks and GCSE.
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(Original post by Oneiropólos)
I have my mocks for maths this December and was wondering when to start revising and how to revise.

If you got A's or above at GCSE how did you revise and when did you start for both mocks and GCSE.
The A*-C system is dead. We now have 9-1.

I got a Grade 6.

Basically past papers are the path to success.

And Yes, you should start now as Maths is basically practice, practice & more practice.
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(Original post by Oneiropólos)
I have my mocks for maths this December and was wondering when to start revising and how to revise.

If you got A's or above at GCSE how did you revise and when did you start for both mocks and GCSE.
I just revised by doing questions from the textbook and completing past papers.

Past papers are good to highlight areas of weakness, so you can then practice questions on the specific topics you are struggling with from the textbook. But don't spend too long on textbook questions, past paper questions are certainly more valuable.

There are a lot of maths revision sites out there, like mathsgenie and physicsandmathstutor, but I have not used any of those personally.

Good luck!
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