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Is there any good websites to pass maths GCSE or any good youtubers? please don't say any youtuber or a website for the sake of it. I need one that has genuinely helped you pass your maths gcse
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(Original post by Maiya-016)
Is there any good websites to pass maths GCSE or any good youtubers? please don't say any youtuber or a website for the sake of it. I need one that has genuinely helped you pass your maths gcse
Hegarty maths I mean I'm only just in year 11 but it is so much help
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DrFrost maths (https://www.drfrostmaths.com/) is good for finding practice questions on particular topics, which is good for revision.
Physics and maths tutor (https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com...rs/gcse-maths/) is a good website for finding past papers to practice
Onmaths (https://www.onmaths.com/) the same as above - except these are predicted papers
Exam solutions (https://www.examsolutions.net/gcse-maths/) has good videos explaining topics
Corbett maths (https://corbettmaths.com/contents/) has videos and questions to practise, and a helpful '5 a day' set of questions
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corbett maths has good worksheets too that I like to use
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mathsgenie.co.uk seriously helped me. They've got LOADS of practice questions and practice papers as well as videos on all the key skills. The videos can be a tad patronizing but are still really useful if you don't have a teacher handy. Also when it gets close to GCSEs they do predicted papers and suggested revision for each paper.

OnMaths can also be really useful because it's similar questions over and over, and you can literally see your progress, but make sure you don't JUST do those papers.

Maybe also look at the MathsWatch DVD which again is a bit patronizing, but really breaks everything down nicely.

Good luck!
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I suggest you watch revision videos online and do lots of past papers practice is the key to passing GCSE maths.

That's what I did while revising for GCSE Maths.
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(Original post by Bill Nye)
DrFrost maths (https://www.drfrostmaths.com/) is good for finding practice questions on particular topics, which is good for revision.
Physics and maths tutor (https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com...rs/gcse-maths/) is a good website for finding past papers to practice
Onmaths (https://www.onmaths.com/) the same as above - except these are predicted papers
Exam solutions (https://www.examsolutions.net/gcse-maths/) has good videos explaining topics
Corbett maths (https://corbettmaths.com/contents/) has videos and questions to practise, and a helpful '5 a day' set of questions
Thankyouuuu! Life saver.
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i'd avoid using too many sites. just useless lol

mathsgenie +mathswatch is perfect. helped me get a 7

and purple maths when i needed explanations of circle theoroms for e.g
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