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I’ve just received my Mocks result and I got a 4= in maths. I really want to get at least a 7 in maths. Can anyone suggest any ways to do this? I’m doing Edexcel . And my exam is going to be next year 2021. Is Seneca Learning good for maths? Do you any tips on how to do this?
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Honestly you need to just practice, go over your weak areas, remember key methods and equations, do practice papers and for websites to work on I would recommend Mathsmadeeasy. PhysicsandMathsTutor and you can search up some on your own
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Btw you've made two other threads about the same thing
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I’ve just received my Mocks result and I got a 4= in maths. I really want to get at least a 7 in maths. Can anyone suggest any ways to do this? I’m doing Edexcel . And my exam is going to be next year 2021. Is Seneca Learning good for maths? Do you any tips on how to do this?
I have found websites like corbettmaths useful, they have categorised each question type into grades so you just work through each skill (watching the videos and answering the practice questions until you feel confident) from grade 4-7 until you can do them all.
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My brother is an undergrad at Oxford university doing Politics, Philosophy & Economics, he did triple (ik overachiever haha) maths, history and physics a level and got 4 a*s and 1 a. Over the last year or so, he has set up a tutoring business, all oxbridge undergrads, and he's the one teaching maths - here is his website - he can easily help you get your grades up -here it is https://www.renewedlearning.co.uk hope this helps!
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What have you done so far? What parts have you struggled with in your lessons, homework and tests?
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(Original post by Forgotten one)
I’ve just received my Mocks result and I got a 4= in maths. I really want to get at least a 7 in maths. Can anyone suggest any ways to do this? I’m doing Edexcel . And my exam is going to be next year 2021. Is Seneca Learning good for maths? Do you any tips on how to do this?
try physicsandmathstutor.com and Seneca is really great. BBC Bitesize is a classic - chances are they will have what you want. All of these you don't need a subscription (some courses at Seneca are paid for but I'm pretty sure maths isn't). Also try getting the CGP mathematics revision guide, they're great. hope this helps!
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I would strongly advise against Seneca. I think once you understand the maths behind the question, it's simply a case of practicing. There are an insane amount of past papers on the Edexcel website (here!), when I did my exam a couple years ago my teachers made me do every single past paper prior to the final exam. I think there is a direct correlation between the amount of practice questions you do and your end result, as long as you understand how the maths in the question works (for example, if you don't know how or why we rationalise the denominator when doing surds, don't start harder past paper questions on surds). Make sure that you sit down with your teacher to make sure you understand this before you start past paper questions. It may not be the most exciting, but in my opinion it's the best thing to achieve the grade you'd like to achieve.

But don't worry, you have plenty of time. It's important not to stress (if you even are, idk).

Good luck!
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