How do you revise for additional math?

7 Study Tips to Score A1 for O-Level Additional Maths (A Maths)

  1. Tip 1: Learn the Basics First.
  2. Tip 2: Stay Well Rested.
  3. Tip 3: Arrive With Time To Study.
  4. Tip 4: Don’t Cram.
  5. Tip 5: Eat Well.
  6. Tip 6: Use Mnemonics.
  7. Tip 7: Practice Makes Perfect.
  8. And that’s a wrap!

Is Add Maths an extra GCSE?

It isn’t a GCSE. It is a FSMQ (free standing mathematics qualification). It is a fair bit more difficult than GCSE as it is a Level 3 qualification not Level 2.

How should I revise for my maths GCSE?

5 Maths Revision Tips That Really Work

  1. Go through your specification and highlight each topic according to difficulty.
  2. Bunch together past paper questions on a specific topic.
  3. Make flashcards/posters with key formulae/equations.
  4. Do past papers under timed conditions.
  5. Work through questions with friends.

Can I retake my GCSE at 43?

Anyone can retake their GCSEs, regardless of age or previous experience. For A Levels, you’ll need a GCSE at Grade C or above in the equivalent subject to get started.

Is additional maths difficult?

As I will explain later, additional mathematics is not necessarily a difficult subject, but it is harder to score due to external reasons.

What is the difference between Add Maths and Further Maths?

Further mathematics is like an add-on to the main maths A-level. It covers some areas which you can’t study as part of the maths course, such as imaginary and complex numbers, but you can also study some of the modules from the maths A-level that you haven’t chosen before.

Is further maths harder than a level maths?

The content of A-Level Further Maths is much, much harder than that of A-Level Maths. A-Level Further Maths is also used for different things compared to A-Level Maths. It’s useful if you want to go into university and study a maths undergraduate degree, or other difficult degrees.

Can I retake my maths GCSE?

There are two papers available for retaking GCSE Maths and you’ll need to choose which one you want to sit before you register for the exam. About six months before the exam date, you should book a place at an exam centre. Exam centres are usually schools or colleges that also have their own students sitting exams.

What are the topics in revision Maths for GCSE?

GCSE maths revision section of Revision Maths, where we provide free maths revision resources to help you with your GCSE maths exams. This section covers a range of topics including: Number, Algebra, Ratio, Proportion and Rates of Change, Geometry and Measure, Trigonometry, Statistics and Probability.

What can you do with study points on GCSE Maths?

A collection of maths games and puzzles. Earn bonus StudyPoints for your high scores! A bank of GCSE exam style questions to aid your revision. Try to answer them all! Formulae you will need for your maths exam with interactive examples of how to use them.

What are the worksheets for GCSE Maths in Edexcel?

If you’re confused with any question on our Edexcel GCSE Maths Worksheets, please make a thread about it on the forum and someone will answer your question!

Where can I find BBC Bitesize exam board content?

Exam board content from BBC Bitesize for students in England, Northern Ireland or Wales. Choose the exam specification that matches the one you study.