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Maths Higher AQA - times table memorised - when to stop ? watch

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    Hi - I am sitting my GCSE higher paper this summer as a mature student, I am attempting to learn the syllabus in 2 months and I am starting from scratch. I would like to know when learning the times table to memory how far do you need to go. When I sat my GCSE's in the mid 90's I only learned up until the 13 times table and up to 14 multiples of each number ... what did you guys have to commit to memory.

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