How to grow my maths grade (7/8 to a 9)

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Atm maths is probably the most consistent subject I drop on. I revise for it the most but somehow it just doesn’t work out! I do questions and gcse questions but I know I can do it but it almost seems like I’ve not got the confidence bc I struggle with it. Ik I should be “happy” with a 7/8 but I’m not if that makes sense so does anyone have any revision techniques bc it seems like I’ve tried them all
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Hey. Use Seneca, IXL, Snaprevise, Maths Genie and Khan Academy as your online resources. They are really helpful and are supporting me with my A Level maths course. Feel free to PM with any questions x
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I found CorbettMaths and MathsGenie really useful for my gcses, what I would say is to practise papers in times conditions - there should be plenty on the internet, and when you mark them go through and notes down the topic of any questions you don’t score fully on then revise those topics (and so on) until you’re confident with all/most of them!
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(Original post by ItsStarLordMan)
Hey. Use Seneca, IXL, Snaprevise, Maths Genie and Khan Academy as your online resources. They are really helpful and are supporting me with my A Level maths course. Feel free to PM with any questions x
Thank you! Good luck for a-levels (:
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I found CorbettMaths and MathsGenie really useful for my gcses, what I would say is to practise papers in times conditions - there should be plenty on the internet, and when you mark them go through and notes down the topic of any questions you don’t score fully on then revise those topics (and so on) until you’re confident with all/most of them!
Thank you!
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Thank you! Good luck for a-levels (:
Thank you!! x
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(Original post by ctrlyoon)
Atm maths is probably the most consistent subject I drop on. I revise for it the most but somehow it just doesn’t work out! I do questions and gcse questions but I know I can do it but it almost seems like I’ve not got the confidence bc I struggle with it. Ik I should be “happy” with a 7/8 but I’m not if that makes sense so does anyone have any revision techniques bc it seems like I’ve tried them all
I got a 9 in my gcse maths and now take it for alevel so if you ever need help with a maths question, feel free to ask
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I would also recommend mathedup.co.uk for lots of questions and answers for specific topics, I would recommend going on here and only choosing the topics you find the most difficult x
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