What is the best way to revise mathematics GCSE edexcel

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Method. Your thoughts

Posted Sun 13th January, 2013 @ 18:54 by Khizer

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I do mathematics edexcel too. I tend to find that the best way to revise is by doing a lot of past papers, using the mathswatch CD and trying out different types of questions from textbooks. :)

Answered Sun 13th January, 2013 @ 20:50 by Ella
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1.) First of all, you have to understand what you are learning. If you don't understand something then ask your teacher or go and Google it or something...Or ask a question on here :o)

2.) Make notes, but don't write something down if you don't know what it means. Instead, go and research it.

3.) Have a go at some past paper questions, but don't worry if you don't get top marks. At least you know what you don't know and where you went wrong.

4.) Make more notes.

5.) Do more past paper questions.

I used this technique for my Physics P2 mock, and I got an A!

Good Luck with your exams.. Fingers crossed we'll both get A*s xD

Answered Tue 15th January, 2013 @ 18:20 by Crystal Blue ♥
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Practice papers, do your own revison guide*, i failed an exam did this technique and got an A in my resit.

keep practicing, keep revising, make rhymes etc and get help from your parents they can test you, make cards that they can use to test you 

Good Luck... you'll do fine if you start early

*By making your own revision guide i mean, get a note book write a topic list (or get it off line) and write methods and notes per topic, include diagrams, a worked example and colour... im doing 1 now for my maths As level its not til may.... start early and the results will show

Answered Mon 21st January, 2013 @ 17:52 by Delia
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CGP revision guide is good, past papers is a great way definitely.

Try to make mindmaps which key facts for each topic e.g. indices ---> add indices when multiply

Do practice questions from library books or text books you use in class.

Go to any revision classes for maths after school because sometimes they do stuff you have completely forgotten about so it's always good.

Answered Mon 21st January, 2013 @ 18:35 by Joanne