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    Hi guys, I'm doing As Maths independently (Will also get a tutor soon), alongside my BTEC in my second year (for a Uni that wants an A in As+little more advantage over other BTEC students) & I was wondering how you guys would recommend me to approach this?
    Not sure how to word it properly but like, how many topics a week, etc...
    I got C1, C2, and S1 to do and I've been told I should be done studying them by December or Jan at the latest so that I can just revise/practice them from then onwards until the exams themselves.
    I've got a lot of free time once done with assignments so I was looking to do 2 hours a day of maths and maybe 4 hours during the weekends.
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    (Original post by Spyrowz)
    Hi guys, I'm doing As Maths independently (Will also get a tutor soon), alongside my BTEC in my second year (for a Uni that wants an A in As+little more advantage over other BTEC students) & I was wondering how you guys would recommend me to approach this?
    Not sure how to word it properly but like, how many topics a week, etc...
    I got C1, C2, and S1 to do and I've been told I should be done studying them by December or Jan at the latest so that I can just revise/practice them from then onwards until the exams themselves.
    I've got a lot of free time once done with assignments so I was looking to do 2 hours a day of maths and maybe 4 hours during the weekends.
    Okay.:hi:

    So the best way of doing it is to marry up learning the rules/theory how it works. With the exam question for that topic.:yep:
    My advice would also be to make good use of the mark schemes when going over what you've done, to try and put your mind into the perspective of the examiner.


    Make sure that you're on the right course of studying with the new A Level changes though. I'm not sure what the protocol is in your given scenario.
 
 
 

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