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What’s the best way to revise for maths when you’re soo bad at it?😭
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What’s the best way to revise for maths when you’re soo bad at it?😭
Don't worry, we've all struggled with it at some point. I often hear a lot of people saying- "Just do questions", but how can you answer the questions if you don't know the content???

I got a grade 5/6 for my mock exam, but got 9s in the real GCSE maths exams.
I learned the content very quickly from a revision guide (https://www.amazon.co.uk/REVISE-Edex...gateway&sr=8-3), completed the workbook (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Revise-Edex...0TDMEPVERAQXRQ) and then did every new spec maths paper I could get my hands on. Bland.in is a brilliant site for exam questions! Once you've done all of these questions, you can try the old spec papers, but be aware that the old papers were much easier than the new spec, so you should aim for higher percentages when tackling the old papers.
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