waqas ali
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gce maths i find it so hard i literally do not understand anything im in higher classes but i cant understand half the stuff whats the best way to actually know and learn my gcse for maths and no foundation for maths is not a option for me thank you
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dont worry im in year 11 and same just same. What i did is i asked my teacher for all the topics we've learnt from year 7 to year 11. OR you could go on maths genie and start revising from grade 1/2, gradually working your way up to the higher grades. If you don't understand anything from mathsgenie and the video hasnt done any justice in explaining it, go to mathswatch and try find it or go onto seneca for practice questions too. Don't forget youtube has everything too. Hope i helped
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Hi, I suggest looking at your exam board's specification to see what you need to know, or try see if people have made checklists of topics. I found mathswatch really useful, as well as khan academy and mr hegarty maths. If you ever struggle with a certain topic I can help! I got A* at GCSE this year and I'm also taking maths for A level
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find videos from like mathsgenie or mathswatch or hegarty maths or something, and focus on the 5/6 markers
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Speak to your teacher or the Head or Maths at your school. They’ll be able to direct you to the right resources and maybe even some booster sessions. Maths is a tricky subject but with hard work and determination you can pass. Not sure if your school Hegarty maths it’s really effective if not his videos I think are on vimeo.
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