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I'v got mocks in 3 weeks and 100 topics to cover ( yes I know I should've started sooner ).
I have CGP workbooks and revision guides for the spec for Math but I'm struggling so much to cover the right amount I'm supposed to in time.
Whenever I feel like I can't finish I just feel so deflated.
What do I do
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(Original post by Oneiropólos)
I'v got mocks in 3 weeks and 100 topics to cover ( yes I know I should've started sooner ).
I have CGP workbooks and revision guides for the spec for Math but I'm struggling so much to cover the right amount I'm supposed to in time.
Whenever I feel like I can't finish I just feel so deflated.
What do I do
Hey, are you doing gcse maths?
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There a website called Maths Genie. It’s got practice Questions on every topic & paast papers to have a go at.
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Hey, are you doing gcse maths?
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Can I say that revising 3 weeks before mocks really really good! I think you will manage to cover most topics and do pretty well. And if you don't, seriously its okay- mocks≠real gcse grade

1. try maths genie he has a topic list page and revise as much as you can from level 4-9
http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/gcse.html

2. I never liked the CGP books for maths, I used the Pearson ones instead since they would be closer to what the exam would actually look like.

1. maths papers plus
2. workbook
3. revsion guide
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Can I say that revising 3 weeks before mocks really really good! I think you will manage to cover most topics and do pretty well. And if you don't, seriously its okay- mocks≠real gcse grade

1. try maths genie he has a topic list page and revise as much as you can from level 4-9
http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/gcse.html

2. I never liked the CGP books for maths, I used the Pearson ones instead since they would be closer to what the exam would actually look like.

1. maths papers plus
2. workbook
3. revsion guide
I checked out those books but I'm doing the OCR specification.
I'll do Maths genie for sure
CGP for Math is great but it's a drag doing all the questions in the workbook.
Thanks
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