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SAADIYAHx
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Hey Guys,

I just got my mock grade for Maths and I got a 4. My target grade is an 8 and I want to do Maths at A level. I’m really finding maths hard this year.

What shall I do?
Any tips or resources?

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i want to do maths at a level too and ive been stuck at grade 5s lately. If you go on maths genie, depending on your specification and go through the topics starting from grade 4/3 from 8/9 you'll hopefully be able to do it. Its really helpful ad im also doing past papers because maths is all about repetition but in different forms. good luck.
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(Original post by amber10111)
i want to do maths at a level too and ive been stuck at grade 5s lately. If you go on maths genie, depending on your specification and go through the topics starting from grade 4/3 from 8/9 you'll hopefully be able to do it. Its really helpful ad im also doing past papers because maths is all about repetition but in different forms. good luck.
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(Original post by SAADIYAHx)
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I went from a 5 to 8 in my mocks. The advice I'll give you is make sure you understand all topics. Don't just memorise the steps to get the answer, understand why you worked a question out that way, so when you do the past papers It would just be so so easy. Also, make sure you get majority of marks in the first half of the paper because, if you do you'll get a 7. Also, sometimes you might see some questions that are difficult and If you revised all topics and don't understand do half of the questions and you'll get some marks I applied this technique and on 5 markers I don't understand I normally get 3/5 Goodluck with GCSEs
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