Maths Revision Stuff

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Post any useful maths revision websites or tips here. If you have any good maths revision textbooks recommend them here too. :)

Posted: 10-04-09 09:22 by Rachel

http://www.kangaroomaths.com/index.html I used this website at GCSE, but there is allot of good AS/A2 maths stuff on it as well.

http://nrich.maths.org/public/ some interesting problems on this site, good for practice

www.mymaths.co.uk if your school has a password & username for this it's very good for revision

http://www.mathsrevision.net/ clear notes for GCSE and A level revision

Posted: 10-04-09 09:24 by Rachel

the maths CGP revision workbook (the new 1) is quite good for GCSE becuase it;s split up into the different modules!

Posted: 21-04-09 19:28 by nikki sharrock

I found letts revision guide for maths GCSE really useful last year, it had just about everything you needed to know set out clearly and in a colourful fashion. Plus it had none of the bad jokes CGP seems to be so keen on!! Highly recommended.

Posted: 02-05-09 16:14 by Rachel

last year i went on www.mymaths.co.uk which had some great stuff for my exams and i had passed them :)

Posted: 24-02-11 15:59 by Aishah Iqbal

Maths Watch is a really good programme if you can get hold of it.

Posted: 05-03-11 13:03 by sparkyy

Maths Watch is a really good programme if you can get hold of it.

Posted: 05-03-11 13:03 by sparkyy

mymaths.com

absolutely brilliant.

:-) helped me get an A* in my mock; I just hope it stays the same for the real thing in June!!!

^^

Posted: 06-03-11 17:55 by Rebecca

for gcse maths, schools usually provide a revision cd, called maths watch, it is really helpful. http://www.mathswatch.co.uk/ if you want more info :) i hope that helps x

Posted: 08-03-11 21:24 by Kavita :)

taznema wrote:

Maths Watch is a really good programme if you can get hold of it.

yeah it is :)

Posted: 08-03-11 21:25 by Kavita :)

recording your self talking about maths then lisenting to it on your ipod

Posted: 12-03-11 20:17 by rebecca nicholas

I subscribed to a channel on Youtube called "ExamSolutions" and that helped me understand more :D

Posted: 17-03-11 13:54 by Rachel

i think sam learning and bitesize id really good

Posted: 17-03-11 20:59 by sopiga

..Letts & Londale's Mathematics Higher (suitable for all exam boards)

It covers all topics..and then to accompany it you get a..Lonsdale Edexcel Gcse Mathematics Higher workbook to practice questions ;D It works for me ;-)

Posted: 03-05-11 18:49 by Lizzy

To Achieve THE Top Grade:

-Maths Revision Guide (Modular) CGP

-Maths Watch CD

-My Maths

-Past Papers

-Going Through Revision Notes, Listed on Topics

Hope This Helps,

Frenchie :)

Posted: 03-05-11 22:14 by Frenchie