I like to keep things simple, learn and understand the concepts and then constantly apply that to different scenarios and questions. For maths and chemistry, both are problem solving subjects.
Especially for GCSE the more questions you do the more you learn what the examiner wants and the more embedded everything becomes.
For younger and older years, it’s all about repetition. Maths is like learning a new language, if you repetitively go other something and repetitively practise it then it becomes second nature. It turns into ‘muscle memory’, after enough practice you’ll see a question and you’ll just be able to do it with no thought because the methods and knowledge will be embedded.
I Have attended a grammar school for 7 years and I achieved a 9 in all sciences and maths. I also achieved a 7 in English.
I am applying for an accounting apprenticeship/degree after my a-levels.
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