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    Could I cover the whole of gcse maths spec from now till may. I have all the cgp guides workbooks etc and I also have a mathswatch login, could I cover the whole spec focusing on each topic each week number, algebra etc. I already have the gcse maths specification printed off and tbh it’s really not much.
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    Could I cover the whole of gcse maths spec from now till may. I have all the cgp guides workbooks etc and I also have a mathswatch login, could I cover the whole spec focusing on each topic each week number, algebra etc. I already have the gcse maths specification printed off and tbh it’s really not much.
    The best way to do it (in my opinion) would be to note how much time you feel you'd need for each topic and then work out how much available time you have. Split the time you have into small sessions and assign a topic to each one, that way you'll know if you can fit it in.

    Hope that helps, but if you need a hand just give me a shout
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    Maths is great because once you understand the basics you can apply that knowledge to all sorts of questions surrounding the topic. So I’m sure you can yes!
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