What is the best way of revising for maths and what is the worst topic of Core 2?

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Haha, to be honest, i'm finding logs the hardest! Just a general question and what would be your best way of revising?

Posted Wed 25th April, 2012 @ 16:08 by Joanna

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I always find it hard to revise for maths but doing past paper after past paper is the best way for me! It worked with my GCSEs and it is the same with Alevels. I find that it is a good way of finding out which particular topics/questions you get stuck on and you are practicing all the topics rather than concentrating on one. But I suppose it is a personal preference for me and might not work with everyone.

I quite like core maths so I enjoy most of the core 2 topics - Stats on the otherhand is an entirely different matter!!

Answered Wed 25th April, 2012 @ 17:36 by Sophie
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Haha, thank you :)

I try and do past papers, as like you said, they are focusing you on all the topics and not just one. I do them for my other subjects, so i should try for maths.

I actually prefer mechanics to Core 2.

Answered Thu 26th April, 2012 @ 06:22 by Joanna
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I think the best way to revise for maths is to try out some past papers or ask your teacher to give you some questions out of a book. Also if you have a revision guide it also has some practice questions in there

Answered Thu 26th April, 2012 @ 17:43 by bec
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Agree with everyone else with the past papers! I know most other people find them easy by I've found algebraic division and binomial expansion really hard :/ getting the hang of it now though ... and yes stats is horrible!

Answered Fri 27th April, 2012 @ 22:52 by allifer