does anyone know the easiest way to revise?:)

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only my last mock is tomorrow and then its the real thing... and i just want to do the best i can now:)

Posted Thu 22nd March, 2012 @ 17:17 by bethan young

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The best thing to do for maths is past papers. Just go through and try the questions without using any notes if you can. Then mark it yourself and make sure you understand what you did wrong if you didn't get the right answer. Gradually, you get to learn not only what you need to do, but the kind of questions which come up on the exam papers as you will find a lot of similarities. I find that doing past papers and going through them or doing questions from textbooks if you don't have access to past papers is the only way to effectively revise maths.

Answered Thu 5th April, 2012 @ 16:45 by Hannah
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print out the specification with list of things in that unit (available online) and mark the topics you are least confident on. Always revise the things you are worst at. Also as mentioned above, going through past papers is probably the best way to revise overall.

Answered Sat 7th April, 2012 @ 01:51 by Former Member
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which board are you doing ? because the edexcel specification has completey changed, and the new spec starts from June.

this is the edexcel November 2011 paper calculator non-calculator


Answered Sat 7th April, 2012 @ 17:28 by ? Secret - Team GR
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Try writing copying out each little unit onto a piece of card along with steps of how to do it and then try teaching them to a friend. Then put this into practice by completing a past paper. :)

Answered Wed 11th April, 2012 @ 15:01 by Jen