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    Title ^^ help...

    Lot's of past papers and use maths websites like mathswatch (my personal favourite) if you don't understand anything make sure you ask for help or go out of your way to understand and learn it. Attend all maths revision sessions if you have them/are able to. Learn things on your own and you'll be ahead in school. Not all help but try some maths revision books mostly higher tier but the foundation ones can be good for explaining stuff you didn't previously know in an easier way.

    A 9 is gonna be real tough for a subject like Maths. Make sure you MASTER at least 80% of the course. By that I mean learn the best methods and do A LOT of past papers (at least once a week).
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    I refer you to this thread. There are loads of these threads already on TSR, so I suggest searching for them before you make a new thread about it

    I'd advise doing all the questions possible, mainly focussing on those from past papers. Also what I found really helped was doing questions from the specific level 9 CGP book, although some were quite difficult it exposes you to new and different questions. My final advice is to do a little bit every day, so it might just be 10 mins in the morning and another 10 mins before you go to bed almost every night.
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