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Does anyone know a new way to find the answers to questions on hegarty maths?
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Doesn’t it tell you straight after
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Doesn’t it tell you straight after
yes but i was wandering if theres a way to cheat and get all the answers correct
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yes but i was wandering if theres a way to cheat and get all the answers correct
Just watch the video whilst doing the task - similar questions. That's what's bad about Hegarty: you can easily get the answers.
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Does anyone know a new way to find the answers to questions on hegarty maths?
Not that I know
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yes but i was wandering if theres a way to cheat and get all the answers correct

Honestly, I use to be a hegarty maths sweat with around 73 hours, my best advice would be to actually watch the videos, and try getting it right. It’s so much more easier than you think
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Honestly, I use to be a hegarty maths sweat with around 73 hours, my best advice would be to actually watch the videos, and try getting it right. It’s so much more easier than you think
Yeah, that's the best advice - the video's are really helpful & simplify the methods of the topic really well.
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Yeah, that's the best advice - the video's are really helpful & simplify the methods of the topic really well.

I also like that they tell you how many hours you put in, that was a bit motivational to beat your goals tbh. I think if you actually start using it properly, you’ll realise it’s much more fun.
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I also like that they tell you how many hours you put in, that was a bit motivational to beat your goals tbh. I think if you actually start using it properly, you’ll realise it’s much more fun.
True & with questions you get wrong, you can re-do them in the 'Fix Up 5' which is a good way to revise and learn from your mistakes. Tbh it's really no point in cheating because when you're going to do your maths exam, you won't be able to cheat then - you're only fooling yourself now.
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True & with questions you get wrong, you can re-do them in the 'Fix Up 5' which is a good way to revise and learn from your mistakes. Tbh it's really no point in cheating because when you're going to do your maths exam, you won't be able to cheat then - you're only fooling yourself now.
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Yeah, that's the best advice - the video's are really helpful & simplify the methods of the topic really well.
yeah i always use the videos but its annoying whens youve done everything he says to do and get it wrong, in more complex stuff like trig
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yeah i always use the videos but its annoying whens youve done everything he says to do and get it wrong, in more complex stuff like trig
I know what you mean, it's pretty annoying.
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