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    right, I was doing bio, chem, and french, but I just wasn't enjoying french. I was doing fine in the grammar etc, but the discussion and the content just wasn't what I wanted to study. So I changed to maths yesterday, and had my first lesson today! The first 20 minutes were DIRE, just because I haven't done proper maths in about 4 months, but after that I was enjoying it so much I was actually smiling to myself (what a wetty). So, what I wanted to ask is what everyone thinks the best way to catch up is? I got a 9 at GCSE, but I did put a LOT of work in. Are there any key topics I should go over?

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    Just go over the topics that have already been covered, I guess. I don't know what board you're doing, but in my maths class a lot of the stuff we've done is recapping GCSE stuff, so if you got a 9 you should be fine. Maybe you could borrow someone else's book and work through some of the things they did? Also ask your teacher if there's anything in particular they think that you should do.
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    You smiled to yourself over maths
    You are wet bruv
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    (Original post by t.64)
    Just go over the topics that have already been covered, I guess. I don't know what board you're doing, but in my maths class a lot of the stuff we've done is recapping GCSE stuff, so if you got a 9 you should be fine. Maybe you could borrow someone else's book and work through some of the things they did? Also ask your teacher if there's anything in particular they think that you should do.
    we're on AQA, and I've got the textbook so I think I'll work on the pages before what we were doing today
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    You smiled to yourself over maths
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    wetter than the Atlantic mate
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    (Original post by questionofrust)
    we're on AQA, and I've got the textbook so I think I'll work on the pages before what we were doing today
    Yeah that should help. Good luck
 
 
 

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