practice alot of questions thats the best way in maths.
Yeah. i'm worried. I'm in yr 10 and i took the higher paper. I think i gt a B in it because of the questions. The mean question was easy about films but i found the bird one on seciton A Q4 hard. There was a question on four point moving averages but i didn't understand any of it. I done the formula to it but anaylsing the graph on it was the hardest thing yet. If i get a B i'll take a re-sit because i don't like that sort of grade...
im in year 11 , last year resat module 1 got 5 marks off a B
then failed module 3 resat last friday and im dreading it.
i think once you fail one, it gets to you and you concentrate more on that resit than anything else.
module 5 will be easier, when your in a class with 80% dossers it does'nt help. its not the end of the world, im sure you can get that C. I hope i do anyway. as long as all the other subjects are going ok dont worry. you can always resit, my teacher resat at 21 and i know another teacher who resat it 4 times.
Don't worry (: Maths is basically just making sure you know all the formulas they like to scare you with and even then they'll probably give them to you in the question anyway! For me it's them bloody circle theorems I have to learn x] If you learn some stuff by heart, lots of other things will become clear.
Why not do the higher paper?
I know how you feel about Maths, I'm in year 11 and I flopped my maths mock. My mum's getting me a tutor, because quite a few people in my class also flopped or got waaay under their TMG (Target Minimum Grade) If your school uses MyMaths, I'd use that. Also, the CGP revision guides are really good.
The only thing I can really advise you to do is revise the parts of maths you're weak with. ( For me, that's a lot >_> )