why one week? you probably know more maths than you realise.
1 week isn't enough. Get on with it right now cuz it's gonna be stressful.
no chance. get your head on the desk now
As said before you got longer than 2 months. If you don't get an A* you can resit in summer too.
As long as you are fine with basic algebra learn the hardest stuff such as solving quadratics. Then do a lot of pass papers. Past papers will help you the most. . On a higher tier paper you usually only need about 60% for an A*.
I used the CGP GCSE books to learn and do practice questions. Then around 3 weeks before my exams I started doing past papers. Even do the old spec as they help and usually questions are always in the same style.
No. Save yourself the stress by not bothering to actually attempt something as ludicrous and asinine as that.
Depends on what you know already. If you're starting from scratch then don't. If you already have some knowledge, you could try but you would have to be prepared to work hard. There is actually a book called GCSE in a Week for maths which I think is from Letts (you can get it from WHSmith etc) that breaks the whole course down into 7 parts with around 2 hours of study a day. However, this is intended for revision and consolidation, not for first learning of the course. But if your exam's in November, space it out a bit as it won't go in all at once anyway
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All I did to revise GCSE maths was flick through the CGP revision guide before the exam and I somehow got a 9 despite being predicted a 6 so it’s definitely possible.
That both impresses and intrigues. May I ask, what were your raw marks in the end? It's unusual for something like that to occur, but not impossible.
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