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Simon continues his series on mock exam revision with this post on the role of past papers, and how they can help to bring focus and unity of purpose to revision in what has otherwise, for most students, been a very disjointed academic year.
Simon March, 2021
Raj, a qualified teacher and Maths examiner, offers tips on how to master Maths! Apart from the obvious answer (through a lot of hard work) here are some other ideas on how to keep on top of things.
Raj July, 2020
It may now be some time until the next Maths GCSE exams take place. But this is your early opportunity to start thinking about exam tactics! Raj offers lots of tips on preparing for the Maths GCSE exams that will help you on your path to success.
Raj June, 2020
If you are studying towards a qualification in Maths (be it GCSE or A-Level), it will pay off to get into the mind of your examiner. This blog offers insider intel into how examiners mark papers. You will also find a few hints from Raj on certain words you're likely to come across in Maths exams, and what they mean.
Raj June, 2020
In this blog, Tolly suggests some excellent learning resources for students who are working towards their Maths A-Level whilst studying at home.
Tolly March, 2020
In this blog Sobia explains the new GCSE 9-1 grading system and answers common questions around it. The new system will be rolled out in full by Summer 2020.
Sobia January, 2020
Alan is an experienced tutor specialising in A-level, GCSE and IB tuition in Mathematics and Physics. Here he offers some suggestions on how to keep your teenager motivated and some specific advice in studying mathematics and physics.
GCSE students often struggle to know how to revise maths productively. In this blog, Emma explains how to use the MathsWatch CD to make revision efficient and effective.
Emma January, 2018