is it possible to go from 27/80 to 50/80 in maths gcse paper? Watch

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hi i really would like to get an 8 for the actual exam but right now i keep getting 5s i have been revising tho and in each paper i get around 25-36ish
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hi i really would like to get an 8 for the actual exam but right now i keep getting 5s i have been revising tho and in each paper i get around 25-36ish
If you continue to keep working on your maths, then yes it's possible.

What revision resources are you using at the moment? Are they helpful? It might be worth re looking at different sources that could help you in achieving a high grade
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If you continue to keep working on your maths, then yes it's possible.

What revision resources are you using at the moment? Are they helpful? It might be worth re looking at different sources that could help you in achieving a high grade
Hi i use mathsgenie and maths watch by watching their tutorials and then doing the past papers
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Hi i use mathsgenie and maths watch by watching their tutorials and then doing the past papers
Do you have any of the CGP workbooks?
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yeah i have the 9-1 course which i think covers all the exam baords
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yeah i have the 9-1 course which i think covers all the exam baords
Just keep using your all resources to push your grades, an hour a day of core maths would really help too
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