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    How do I pass maths when It’s not my best subject, please say some good maths websites

    I have on maths, just maths, my maths and also a tutor but she speaks too fast 😂 thanks

    I do foundation and i am trying to get 160/240 (at least!!) and find paper 3 extremely hard
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    (Original post by Queensleyx)
    How do I pass maths when It’s not my best subject, please say some good maths websites

    I have on maths, just maths, my maths and also a tutor but she speaks too fast 😂 thanks

    I do foundation and i am trying to get 160/240 (at least!!) and find paper 3 extremely hard
    Advice: if tutor is unclear, stop them and say so otherwise it's a waste of time.

    The best resource is anywhere where you can practice lots of questions, usually this is the textbook. You can use videos like hegartymaths to learn the topics, but you need to be answering questions, and lots of them, to learn. I've no doubt that I did 6000+ questions during my A-levels in maths and Further maths (over 2 years), and it was all I needed to learn. This came only from the textbook and past papers.
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    Watch some YouTube videos on the topics you are struggling with and keep practicing the same questions over & over again. Do not miss out on any topic. Even if you are able to do the questions, keep doing it until you've been able to master one topic.
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