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A level maths revision

At this point in the year, I’m currently an A/B student for maths edexcel and want an A*, should I just spam past papers like madasmaths, naiker maths ones or should I go through each topic in the text book one by one and do past paper questions on each topic? Please help
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Original post by jdiewjdiejfi
At this point in the year, I’m currently an A/B student for maths edexcel and want an A*, should I just spam past papers like madasmaths, naiker maths ones or should I go through each topic in the text book one by one and do past paper questions on each topic? Please help

It depends a bit on what works best for you, but my advice would be a mix - go through a past paper or two, see what topics you tend to struggle with, do past paper questions on those, then do more papers and repeat the whole cycle
Okay thank you
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Original post by jdiewjdiejfi
At this point in the year, I’m currently an A/B student for maths edexcel and want an A*, should I just spam past papers like madasmaths, naiker maths ones or should I go through each topic in the text book one by one and do past paper questions on each topic? Please help


Both is probably a shout. I would start w topic specific questions for a warmup on all the content again, so you’re fully back to grips with everything, then ease into past papers at the end of any maths revision sessions, to have a hit at cross topic exam questions.

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