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I have a CGP maths revision guide in higher tier.
I was wondering if revising from the maths revision guide(higher) was enough to know everything i need to know or do I have to buy the foundation revision guide as well? Any tips on how to revise or how you revised,thanks
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If you are doing higher then only get the higher one.

Ways that i revise for maths is using the website corbettmaths, they have revision cards to buy which have a topic per revision card and have free exam style questions, practice questions and videos explaining every topic. Also, pearsons do nice revision cards where they explain the topic per revision card and have a question on the back explaining how to do it and stuff.

Just practice past papers really
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If you are doing higher then only get the higher one.

Ways that i revise for maths is using the website corbettmaths, they have revision cards to buy which have a topic per revision card and have free exam style questions, practice questions and videos explaining every topic. Also, pearsons do nice revision cards where they explain the topic per revision card and have a question on the back explaining how to do it and stuff.

Just practice past papers really
There is no need to buy revision cards - not everyone find them helpful. I always recommend FREE resources for my classes
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I have a CGP maths revision guide in higher tier.
I was wondering if revising from the maths revision guide(higher) was enough to know everything i need to know or do I have to buy the foundation revision guide as well? Any tips on how to revise or how you revised,thanks
Yes, the Higher guide is enough. Use all the help you get from school - lots run revision session for Year 11.
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There is no need to buy revision cards - not everyone find them helpful. I always recommend FREE resources for my classes
Yes of course there is no need for it but i find it very helpful and if it’s there i may as well use it. I prefer using actual stuff sometimes rather than just on the computer that’s why i buy the revision cards.
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Yes of course there is no need for it but i find it very helpful and if it’s there i may as well use it. I prefer using actual stuff sometimes rather than just on the computer that’s why i buy the revision cards.
Yes but there are free revision cards - so why not try them first?
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Yes but there are free revision cards - so why not try them first?
Where can i find free revision cards?
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Where can i find free revision cards?
There are plenty on the web - I'd ask your teacher what they recommend. I could post some links but it's best to ask your own teacher as we all have our favourites.
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There are plenty on the web - I'd ask your teacher what they recommend. I could post some links but it's best to ask your own teacher as we all have our favourites.
I’ll try to have a look but I already did before and the few i saw i didn’t really like. We don’t have a teacher at the moment so I’m just gonna stick with what i have. Thankyou though
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I’ll try to have a look but I already did before and the few i saw i didn’t really like. We don’t have a teacher at the moment so I’m just gonna stick with what i have. Thankyou though
Mr Barton is worth a look as is TES - its free to register. Why don't you have a teacher?
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i do additional fsmq math aswell as edexcel higher
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Mr Barton is worth a look as is TES - its free to register. Why don't you have a teacher?
They left half way through year 10 and we’ve just been having cover lessons hopefully we get a new one this year.
Thanks for the suggestions!
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MATHS genie has every exam question imaginable (very similar to new thing)
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