Top tips to pass Maths

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Maths can be very stressful, but it doesn’t have to be if you are prepared. Here are some great tips to help excel in the subject.

Before the exam

Don’t leave revision till the last minute. Start now, you will thank yourself later! Ask your teacher for help if you are not sure how to revise / where to start. Use any past papers you can find for your revision. Practice answering them like an actual exam – no distractions, set a timer. Use these not only to identify which topics you need to revise further, but to understand how an examiner uses the mark scheme to mark your exam. You will learn how important it is for working out to be set out neatly and in a logical order. If you are untidy and disorganised, you might misread some of your own work and/or lose marks because the examiner cannot read your work or follow your method.

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4 tips on how to smash GCSE revision

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With GCSEs returning for the first time in three years, student revision must be done correctly, so how can this be done? Look at these 4 great tips.

The Guardian recently released a story highlighting how in the UK “close to 2 million teenagers will be gearing up for their exams”. It suggested how students should start revising over Easter to get ahead and avoid stress before exams start.

So, here are 4 tips that could help with revision over Easter and beyond:

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When is the best time to revise?

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To revise is a crucial skill in preparing for exams. As end of year exams edge clearly, revision will form a crucial part of your strategy of best performing for an exam.

But when is the best time to revise? Is it during the day? Is it during the night?

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