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where do i learn basic maths? i struggle with maths cause i don't really know the basics maths skills. what should i know before tackling gcse maths questions?
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Go through your books from year 7 if it is that bad (if you have them)

Or if it is just problems with GCSE maths, go over school book or a revision book from your exam board. There really isn't many skills needed for GCSE maths.
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Go through your books from year 7 if it is that bad (if you have them)

Or if it is just problems with GCSE maths, go over school book or a revision book from your exam board. There really isn't many skills needed for GCSE maths.
i don't have them and i probably wouldnt understand them either cause they're not that basic.
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i don't have them and i probably wouldnt understand them either cause they're not that basic.
You could ask your teachers for resources and ask them to help you at lunchtimes.
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You could ask your teachers for resources and ask them to help you at lunchtimes.
im not in high school.
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Google it! The internet is your friend! Just googling 'year 6 maths' came up with this page. https://uk.ixl.com/math/year-6 No idea if it's any good, but there are countless other websites out there just like it! If you know what topic you need help with then you can google the name of the topic. Good luck!
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im not in high school.
Oh sorry, I must have misinterpreted your question.

So what year are you in?
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Oh sorry, I must have misinterpreted your question.

So what year are you in?
i've finished high school. and i dont have any tutors. im year 13. self studying. i will get a tuition teacher but no point wasting money to learn basic maths. i just want to find a good site or youtube video to explain the basics of maths.
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he doesnt explain the basics. his scatter graph vid did though
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https://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/gcse.html
https://corbettmaths.com/contents/

I prefer mathsgenie but I know corbett maths has loads of topics and practice questions.
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https://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/gcse.html
https://corbettmaths.com/contents/

I prefer mathsgenie but I know corbett maths has loads of topics and practice questions.
ive used both and none of them helped me as much as they should. they dont start with the very very basics and thats what i need! thanks tho guys. but i need basic basic basic
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Bbc Bitesize has ks1 and ks2 maths
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AAnd ks3
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Bbc Bitesize has ks1 and ks2 maths
bitesize sucks in my opinion. nvm i can find something on utube
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he doesnt explain the basics. his scatter graph vid did though
what do you consider to be the basics?

there are videos for everything
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the basics that u need to know before u start gcse maths. the basics of everything. i cant start with gcse maths without knowing the basics. the basics of geometry. the basics of everything so the questions seem logical to me if u get what i mean
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ive used both and none of them helped me as much as they should. they dont start with the very very basics and thats what i need! thanks tho guys. but i need basic basic basic
Oh right, I see.
Well, what helped me most at GCSE was maths watch it is paid but the videos are great and explained everything in a lot of detail.
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