Doing maths a level...Watch
I’m doing maths a-level and I’m absolutely terrified. I’m about a level 6/7 in Maths right now, I’m spending a lot of time revising it and I understand it in class and revision but struggle to apply it in a test. I hope this just comes with practice.
So what I’m looking for to be honest is reassurance from people who know what they’re talking about that Maths A-Level isn’t that daunting. Please 😂
A 6/7 is fine to do A-level Maths, provided you otherwise are enjoy and are motivated to do maths and mathematical work/problem solving. If the latter isn't the case then it's probably inadvisable regardless of how well you did in GCSE. Maths (before degree level at least) is mostly about just doing lots of practice problems and past papers etc to make sure you know the processes and techniques like the back of your hand and can do the basic computational work without thinking much, so the only thinking you need to do is figuring out how to apply what you know how to do to the problem.