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I'm stuck on how to revise, should I make notes or is that a waste of time since it's basically numbers? Or do I go straight to problems? I have a test in a few weeks
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I'm stuck on how to revise, should I make notes or is that a waste of time since it's basically numbers? Or do I go straight to problems? I have a test in a few weeks
Hi, I wrote an article about A Level maths revision:

How To Revise A level Maths (New Spec)

It's aimed at revision for the final exams but there should hopefully be useful info/links in there.
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When I went though A level maths I purely used the links below and got an A

https://www.examsolutions.net/a-level-maths/edexcel/ <- This was my absolute best friend when it came to studying A level maths

http://mathswebsite.com/ <- Used hegarty when I needed to see how to do things a different way from exam solutions

My advice,
- Watch a few videos
- answer ALL the questions in your exercise book on that topic
- watch more video untill you've completed an entire chapter
- Complete chapter specific past papers

https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com...-maths-papers/ <- Look on here for specific question by topics and complete all the ones you're finding difficult

Hope that helps mate and good luck!
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just questions, a lot of them
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I'm stuck on how to revise, should I make notes or is that a waste of time since it's basically numbers? Or do I go straight to problems? I have a test in a few weeks
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I'm stuck on how to revise, should I make notes or is that a waste of time since it's basically numbers? Or do I go straight to problems? I have a test in a few weeks
Its normally better to prepare a formula sheet of each chapter and some key techniques that help you to resolve problems. If you can afford I can help you to revise the course as well.
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