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Maths Past Papers

Edexcel – Foundation 2018: Paper 1 ~ Paper 1 answers Paper 2 ~ Paper 2 answers Paper 3 ~ Paper 3 answers Edexcel – Higher 2018: Paper 1 ~ Paper 1 answers Paper 2 ~ Paper 2 answers Paper 3 ~ Paper 3 answers   AQA – Foundation 2018: Paper 1 ~ Paper 1 answers Paper 2 ~ Paper 2 answers Paper 3 ~ Paper 3 answers   AQA – Higher 2018: Paper…
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Study Smart Quiz

I am going to ask you some questions so that you know how you study effectively because everyone is different so we all have different types of way to study effectively. These are all inspired by “Motivation2Study”. Do you prefer studying outside such as coffee shops and libraries, or at home in your room or…
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Exam Preparation

  “It’s not how bad you want it, it’s about how hard you are willing to work for it” This is a quote I always use to motvivate myself all the the time. I truly recommend you to use this quote to motivate yourself. Most people tend to say that they want to do something…
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How To Ace Your Maths Exams?

Maths can be seen as the hardest subject whereas to others, maths can be seen as the most enjoyable subject. Have you ever heard the saying that “you’re either a maths person or English person”? Well, I most definitely a maths person. I find Maths as an enjoyable subject because I’m able to challenge myself…
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Revision Technique: Teaching

By teaching other people about the topic or subject that you already know, increases your knowledge about the topic or subject. From personal experience, this has helped me a lot and I truly recommend it to you. It doesn’t have to be you teaching it to someone who needs help, you can teach it to…
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Revision Technique: Practice Papers

Practice papers are a good way to experience the type of questions you could be asked in your real exams. Therefore I highly recommend it but when you are looking at the mark scheme, understand what you did wrong and try to improve it. For an example, if your problem is not reading the question…
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Revision Technique: Flashcards

Flash cards are one of the most useful revision techniques but many people don’t use flash cards effectively. Add images as well as words. It is scientifically proven that people remember images than words and also it makes the topic that you are revising more interesting. If possible add mnemonic devices – this is basically…
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revision timetable

Revision Technique: Revision Timetable

Revision timetables are useful. It makes your revision more organised and helps you revise each topic evenly. From personal experience, after a few weeks of using the revision timetable, I began to not follow my revision timetable. I just forgot about it after a few weeks. Although revision timetables did not help me that much,…
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Revision Techniques: 6 Box Grid Method

Why do we need revision techniques? Revision techniques provides us with methods on how to revise effectively, efficiently, and to also achieve the top grades in an exam. Without having a revision technique, we would not be able to achieve the highest grades we could get. There are many diffrent types of revision techniques, but…
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Revision Techniques: Blurting Method

Why do we need revision techniques? Revision techniques provides us with methods on how to revise effectively, efficiently, and to also achieve the top grades in an exam. Without having a revision technique, we would not be able to achieve the highest grades we could get. There are many diffrent types of revision techniques, but…
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