how do i cram the first few weeks of a level maths into a few days?

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Alaska87222
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i've decided to change sixth forms recently, and have to take a level maths as its the only one i want to (its a bit difficult to explain, but either way, i'm doing a level maths now and hadn't at my old school).

what're the best resources and methods to revise gcse maths briefly and have a look at the first few weeks of a level content? i got an 8 at gcse without too much stress so i shouldn't find it too difficult, right? haha
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Do the mixed exercises of the chapters in unit one
Chapter 1: Algebraic expressions
Chapter 2: Quadratics
Chapter 3: Equations and inequalities
Chapter 4: Graphs and transformations
Then, do the end of unit exercise which is located right at the end of chapter 4.
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(Original post by Imhere2help)
Do the mixed exercises of the chapters in unit one
Chapter 1: Algebraic expressions
Chapter 2: Quadratics
Chapter 3: Equations and inequalities
Chapter 4: Graphs and transformations
Then, do the end of unit exercise which is located right at the end of chapter 4
TL Maths on YouTube and (if you’re edexcel) the E and P questions on each exercise
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(Original post by AmyCantArt)
TL Maths on YouTube and (if you’re edexcel) the E and P questions on each exercise
Oh yeah I forgot about that lol
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thank you!
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