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    Someone please for the love of god help, I need real hardcore advice as to how to be better at M1 I’m Maths, apart from doing questions and past paper cliche advice, I’m in year 13 and I’m still struggling with it a little and I’m getting above 50% in my papers but I want higher, at least hit 70% or above, please, any advice
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    Hopefully this will help if you haven't seen it before, and really helps me. This guy on examsolutions.net does great explanations of topics as well as going through pretty much all of the recent questions and he has a section on m1 tutorials.
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    (Original post by therealajay)
    Someone please for the love of god help, I need real hardcore advice as to how to be better at M1 I’m Maths, apart from doing questions and past paper cliche advice, I’m in year 13 and I’m still struggling with it a little and I’m getting above 50% in my papers but I want higher, at least hit 70% or above, please, any advice
    Moved to Maths.

    The smart cookies here will definitely help you as soon as possible. :yep: Good luck on your journey to improve your maths grades!
 
 
 
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