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A Problem Halved: the Trouble with Fractions

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Revision tips for March

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10,000 Hours

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Maths gets everywhere!

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  • Mathematics: The Universal Language

    Harry K A-level Maths Tutor (Enfield) Picture Mathematics is a special subject. Simply put, mathematics provides a pathway to an understanding of the world that no other language can reach. Excelling in such a subject requires the building of foundations at each level, in order to make more advanced concepts understandable. Unfortunately,...
  • 3 Tips For A Level Maths Exams

    Chris Malcolm A-level Maths Tutor (North West London) Picture Tip 1: Dealing with exam stress Exam stress can be a very scary thing, especially when there is a lot of pressure, such as needing the grades to get into the uni of your choice. It can be hard to cope with, but in my experience the best way to deal with it is with confidence. If you've...
  • Learn The Concepts Behind The Maths Formulae

    Kieran Ramdany A-level Maths Tutor (Ilford) Picture Thinking back to when I was studying for my A levels. At that time I really did have a big passion for maths and I could see what the differences were between me and some of my peers when it came to learning and doing maths. For some of them who had a decent aptitude in the subject, when it came...

 

  • Regular practice is the key to success!

    Perrine Jaccard A-level Maths Tutor (Milton Keynes) Picture Whatever your level, if you want to improve your piano playing, regular practice will allow you to progress. At a beginner's level, a daily practice of 15 to 20 minutes is a good start. Start with a few exercises like scales, arpeggios or studies to warm up your fingers and then you can practice...
  • Being Careful With Maths

    Mukhtar Sarumi A-level Maths Tutor (South West London) Picture Careless errors can prevent students from achieving their potential. Take me for example: following strong GCSE results, I was able to get good predictions for University. However, I averaged 88.6% in my AS mathematics - although this can be seen as an accomplishment, I was rightly criticised...
  • University Study Tips

    A-level Maths Tutor (West London) Picture Here are some study ideas that you may find useful, or alternatively prompt you to come up with your own ways to work more effectively: 1. A possible strategy is to start and finish studying at fixed times each day, and no later. This works as an incentive to stay productive whilst revising as...