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I have my gcse maths resit coming up this week with three papers. and i was wondering what the fastest way there is to revise for them?.
The way i've been revising is through corbett maths.com, where there are questions i practice but i've also got flashcards where i follow the way how to answer the questions.
is that a good way to revise, or are there any other techniques i could use? if so, that would be great!!!
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Honestly just keep doing questions. When you think you’ve done enough questions, do some more! Make sure you mark your answers and understand why that’s the answer - also look over topics that you know you’re not too sure on. Good luck
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As many past exam questions as you can get your hands on. And then some.

Especially on any topics that you know you're not completely happy with. Try and find any marked past papers that you've got knocking about and look at questions you didn't do well on, then do those questions again. Then see if you can find any 'new' questions on the same topic.
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