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    So, i'm in year 10 right now, and my maths target grade for GCSE is a 7, I want to try and get better than that, which is why i've started studying maths online, how many hours a day should I be practising and learning new subjects?
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    1 or 2 max
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    Don't just rush through exam questions. Make sure you understand the concepts thoroughly. Quality not quantity.
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    (Original post by thekidwhogames)
    1 or 2 max
    I agree , not more than 5 hours a week really. maths is all about practice but if you are only in y10, 1 hour a week is more than enough
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    My tip is to not stress about it right now. You will learn so much throughout your time in Year 10 and 11. I started Year 10 reaching for a 6 and by the time my mocks rolled around I was 2% off an 8, which is now my target grade. That was with very little outside practice or effort. If you enjoy studying it, I say go for it but if you are doing it only to boost your grade I would do maximum one hour.
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    (Original post by rickyrossman)
    Don't just rush through exam questions. Make sure you understand the concepts thoroughly. Quality not quantity.
    I think that what he said makes lots of sense. It's not about how much time you spend doing Math, it's about how much content you cover.
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    What's your current grade? If you're working at 6-7, then 1-2 hours a day should be good. But if you're below that, might have to work a little bit harder.
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    end of yr 10 i was on a 5 lmao, im on an 8 now (60ish marks per paper)
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    (Original post by FFXXX)
    So, i'm in year 10 right now, and my maths target grade for GCSE is a 7, I want to try and get better than that, which is why i've started studying maths online, how many hours a day should I be practising and learning new subjects?
    Hi there :wavey:

    I've moved your thread to the Maths forum where hopefully you'll get more answers In future, it's best to select the subject from the list here and create a thread in there instead :yep: If you want to see where threads belong, check out this thread
 
 
 
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