# can i get out of foundation maths by year 11

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I'm in year 10 and my maths is very very poor. I'm doing basic arithmetic as of right now. I'm willing to put in the hard work, can I transfer out foundational math by 11 before I sit my GCSE? also any tips to help me improve faster
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8 months ago
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Yessss, you can! you can do anything with a positive mindset and hard work. During lessons, ask when you dont understand. Go home and practise questions. In maths, I find thar the best way to improve is to practise, practise and practise. Once you start finding it a lot easier, speak to a teacher about switching and keep your end goal in mind
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(Original post by professor Arnold)
I'm in year 10 and my maths is very very poor. I'm doing basic arithmetic as of right now. I'm willing to put in the hard work, can I transfer out foundational math by 11 before I sit my GCSE? also any tips to help me improve faster
Are you dyscalculic?

Have you tried these resources? https://www.missbsresources.com/teac...mathspassports
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oh, I will do! thank you so much for the advice!

(Original post by ziziii_)
Yessss, you can! you can do anything with a positive mindset and hard work. During lessons, ask when you dont understand. Go home and practise questions. In maths, I find thar the best way to improve is to practise, practise and practise. Once you start finding it a lot easier, speak to a teacher about switching and keep your end goal in mind

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(Original post by Muttley79)
Are you dyscalculic?

Have you tried these resources? https://www.missbsresources.com/teac...mathspassports
I've never heard of that before until now. I think I do I've never been able to grasp basic maths deeper than adding and subtracting.

thanks for the resources! I love the way it's structured
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