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    Obviously, I know the about exam solutions and how useful it is, but I was wondering if there were any other free websites that I can use alongside exam solutions. With or without a teacher, I don't really understand some aspects of maths, for example, epondieential graphs in c3
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    Physics Maths Tutor!! it is full of past paper questions which work up in difficulty, eventually getting harder than the papers themselves. the website integral maths is also very good and has revision notes and solutions to textbook questions
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    (Original post by stressedpotato)
    Physics Maths Tutor!! it is full of past paper questions which work up in difficulty, eventually getting harder than the papers themselves. the website integral maths is also very good and has revision notes and solutions to textbook questions
    Yeah, I know about physics and maths tutor, but I was really looking for a website that can help explain certain topics in a video. Yeah, I look into integral maths. thank you though.
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    There is Hegarty Maths, Revisely and Mr Barton Maths which all have video tutorials!
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    http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/
    http://studentgrounds.wixsite.com/home/maths-alevel
    http://www.mathsaurus.com/a-level.html
 
 
 
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