I am doing my maths gcse this year do you have any revision tips?

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in year 10 doing my exam in june

Posted Thu 11th April, 2013 @ 18:17 by Shivani

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I found just doing as many past papers as possible and then revising the questions you struggled on was a good way of getting familiar with all the possible types of questions that could come up, also revising/doing past papers with your friends so that you can help each other on questions you find difficult - the best way of making sure you understand something yourself is in helping someone else understand it :)

Answered Thu 11th April, 2013 @ 19:07 by Naomi Arnold
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When i don't understand something in maths, i always make a guide for it like step by step and keep going over it until i remeber it and then I do loads of practise questions and practise papers to make sure I know how to do everything. Hope this helps :)

Answered Fri 12th April, 2013 @ 20:40 by Mimi
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try past papers and anything you can't do/have difficulty with, ask a teacher when you're both free [eg, lunch, after school, they'll be more than willing to help you since they're judged on your performance]

also, make posters with notes on for your room with worked examples of problems or ket formulas, eg, the trig formulas [sohcahtoa]

there are also free resources out there to help you too, try examsoloutions and kahn academy :-)

Answered Fri 12th April, 2013 @ 22:49 by Jack
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do lots of past papers and make sure you do it under timed conditions

make sticky notes/revision cards with any formulae u need to remember for the exam

if you have done any questions wrong, do the question again until you get it right (this has helped me so much for my a-level exams)

Answered Sat 13th April, 2013 @ 13:57 by Ying