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I do M3 GCSE maths in N.I so a B is the highest possible grade I can get, any advice on getting a B.
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I do M3 GCSE maths in N.I so a B is the highest possible grade I can get, any advice on getting a B.
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I am an A-level student with a predicted A*. Personally, Maths is not my strongest subject but I know some techniques you might find helpful.
Set yourself work. The homework is not enough.
Keep your exam questions with answers. This could be homework, classwork, doesn't matter. Near exams, just go through all of them.
If you find a question hard and don't know where to start from, ask your teacher or friend.
A silly piece of advice, sit next to someone who is achieving more than you like 7 or 8 idk. It pushes your score forward.
Make flashcards of repetitive questions for example, how to factorize a quadratic equation etc.

I hope you get the grade you wish for. Best of Luck. And of course, practice.
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(Original post by balithebal)
I am an A-level student with a predicted A*. Personally, Maths is not my strongest subject but I know some techniques you might find helpful.
Set yourself work. The homework is not enough.
Keep your exam questions with answers. This could be homework, classwork, doesn't matter. Near exams, just go through all of them.
If you find a question hard and don't know where to start from, ask your teacher or friend.
A silly piece of advice, sit next to someone who is achieving more than you like 7 or 8 idk. It pushes your score forward.
Make flashcards of repetitive questions for example, how to factorize a quadratic equation etc.

I hope you get the grade you wish for. Best of Luck. And of course, practice.
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