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I am doing further maths at a-level and I am wondering if there are any tips/tricks, making it easier to achieve an A when it comes to revising?
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I think one of the hardest things about further maths is the time. You really have to learn to solve long questions in a short amount of time. So for me, lots of papers under timed conditions. You don't even have to do a whole paper as you can set a time a limit for individual questions. Hope this helps!
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I think one of the hardest things about further maths is the time. You really have to learn to solve long questions in a short amount of time. So for me, lots of papers under timed conditions. You don't even have to do a whole paper as you can set a time a limit for individual questions. Hope this helps!
Do you have a recommended website to find these papers?
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Do you have a recommended website to find these papers?
Physics and Maths Tutor is a very good site
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