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    Hi guys so currently I’m in a set where they do foundation but my aunty rang to see if they can move up but I need to do higher paper.But idk how I’m going to the higher paper if I’m learning foundation content.Can only give me tips how to get 6/7 as if I get a 5 they won’t move up.so. Currently we are learning probability
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    Check if your school is subscribed to websites like MyMaths, MethodMaths and/or DrFrostMaths.

    These are amazing resources, especially DrFrostMaths if you want to get into the habit of practicing and get better. MyMaths for the initial learning.

    If not, don't worry. There's lots of free resources online for, both learning and practicing, in which case I recommend using
    https://mathsmadeeasy.co.uk
    https://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/gcse.html

    And moreover just investing in a revision guide and practice book would be beneficial. Because the thing with Maths is you need to practice and practice to get better, you can't just memorise information. Practice is key. Hope that helps
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    (Original post by Jpatel70)
    Hi guys so currently I’m in a set where they do foundation but my aunty rang to see if they can move up but I need to do higher paper.But idk how I’m going to the higher paper if I’m learning foundation content.Can only give me tips how to get 6/7 as if I get a 5 they won’t move up.so. Currently we are learning probability
    Moved the Maths forum
    You might find this topic list complete with questions helpful: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5120414
    Youtube videos are also immensely useful if you're trying to learn topics, just type in the topic and gcse maths and you can usually find tonnes of videos
 
 
 
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