How to get a grade 7-9 in gcse maths

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The title says it all but I just basically need an idea of how to revise for it and what websites, youtubers or books I should use
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i would suggest doing lots of past paper questions (you can find them on the internet or on physics and maths tutor) so you get used to the types of questions and how they are formatted
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The title says it all but I just basically need an idea of how to revise for it and what websites, youtubers or books I should use
If your school uses it then mathswatch videos are great for understanding things. And the best thing you can do to get top grades in maths is just keep practising and practising. So like someone else said, do loads of past papers. Also on the internet you can find work books full of gcse questions
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The title says it all but I just basically need an idea of how to revise for it and what websites, youtubers or books I should use
Learn the whole spec then send time practising questions.

Try these: https://www.drfrostmaths.com/sow.php...eets&term=GCSE

and the higher ones here: https://www.missbsresources.com/teac...mathspassports
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Learn the whole spec then send time practising questions.

Try these: https://www.drfrostmaths.com/sow.php...eets&term=GCSE
and the higher ones here: https://www.missbsresources.com/teac...mathspassports
Thank you so much for the links🤗
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I highly recommend Maths Genie (https://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/). It has videos on every topic (sorted by Grade so you can familiarise yourself with the difficulty levels of each topic), practice questions for every topic, and several past papers. I find Maths to be the hardest GCSE but Maths Genie helped me so much with boosting my confidence in the subject for when it came to exams.
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