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For my Maths GCSE, our school has told us that we were doing Linear, so over the summer holidays I went out and bought some Linear GCSE revision books. Now they've changed it and we are now doing Modular, would I have to buy Modular books? My first exam is in November so I really do need to start revising! What are the best ways to revise maths? I'm completely lost in it and I'm definately going to fail :'( Thanks! :)

Posted Fri 28th September, 2012 @ 17:26 by Pond

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you're not going to fail. the way i revised maths is to run over all the topic from the notes i made in mt maths exercise book and then coloser to the time do lots of past papers, the best way is to practice so past papers are the best, for a month before my exams that is all i did for maths revision, i never needed a revision guide for maths.

Answered Fri 28th September, 2012 @ 17:43 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR
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Trust me I am, I don't even know how to subtract properly and basic E-F stuff... :'(  Do you know any good websites like bitesize? thanks! :-)

Answered Fri 28th September, 2012 @ 19:27 by Pond
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I advise you just find out the specification for the modular maths exams, and maths is maths - you can still use the linear revision guide as practice still! If you feel unsure then get the modular maths revision guide too, but all you need is practice of exam questions and revise the techniques. Use revision sites too like mymaths if your school has it or textbooks you use at school.

Answered Fri 28th September, 2012 @ 19:31 by Joanne
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thank you! Yeah our teacher gave us the topic list for the Modular exam weve got in November so I'm thinking I should be okay:) Our school does use Mymaths which I love as it is really helpful but we don't use textbooks :/ Are you doing your gcses?

Answered Fri 28th September, 2012 @ 19:35 by Pond
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Me? No I've just finished and now I'm doing AS levels :O

Answered Fri 28th September, 2012 @ 20:01 by Joanne
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use mymaths to practice as much as you can.

Answered Fri 28th September, 2012 @ 20:46 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR