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    Right heres the thing, i struggle tremendously with maths, always have and probably always will. Despite this I've also been in relatively high sets in school were talking set 2. I revise and work through past paper using maths watch but i don't seem to me making any progress, on my last two mock tests (i did Higher) i achieved a 2 and a 3. So I'm stuck how do i make more progress and what tier would be best suited to me.
    Any help for me or advice to achieve a grade 4 at the least

    Papers papers papers, do them by topic, then do it and see where you struggle, watch videos, hegartymaths and examsolutions.

    Also don’t give up, maths is annoying ik, but when you get it, it’s a nice feeling.

    If you can afford a tutor that would be good, and if you ever need help, I can help, just drop me a message, always happy to help 😁
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    I agree that practising is the best method to improve at maths. Although if you’re aiming for a 4 I would recommend foundation tier. Up to you though.
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