I believe that the key to doing well in maths GCSE is to be able to fully understand each process at the root and be able to justify why the answer is correct. This allows you to be able to apply this knowledge to any format of question and so not be thrown off in the final exam. Also, I believe one of the most important ways to learn is by practising a variety of different exam question to be able to confront your maths GCSE head on and with confidence!
During the course of my GCSEs I often helped out friends and classmates with our maths exams, though not formally, it gave me experience teaching and communicating with people about the subject. I received a 9 in GCSE maths and am aiming for an A* in both maths and further maths at A Level.
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