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What shall I do to get grade 9 in maths for gcse?
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Firstly revise for every test no matter how small it is.
Don't put off revising until the last minute, so start with a little at the beginning of the year and slowly build up. This also means you won't panic the night before the exam.
Practice papers and questions are probably the most useful, go through each one after marking and highlighting any weak areas.
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Try the little and often approach. Slowly build up over time. Make notes and use them.
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I made a post a few months ago on how to revise for all the core subjects here: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho...ht=GCSE%20Tips it might be helpful!
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