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GCSE Maths Without Stress
Reduce GCSE Maths stress A lot of the stress from GCSE Maths comes from the sudden need to put together all that has been learned over a number of years. Coursework sometimes adds to the strain of the upcoming exam too. Here are some ways to beat the GCSE Maths blues: Get any coursework... 
Tough changes hit Maths Curriculum Sep 2016
Yes, you read that right! Let me explain. My new scheme of work requires me to teach Factorising Quadratic expressions to year 7 and year 8 students! Are you joking? Well, No. I am not. Until a few months ago I never used to teach these topics to anyone below year 9! So if you are saying your... 
Constant Practice In Maths Is Important!
Why is constant practice important? Over the years of teaching and tutoring, constant practice has played an important part in building confident and making progress. The difference between the average student and the high achieving is constant practice. An average student would start revising...

Practising Maths Makes Us Perfect
We all know the importance of time in our daytoday life, whether it's workrelated or personal. Similarly, time is very important for a student too, especially if your whole performance, effort and hard work from early years education up to GCSE is based on your exam which will be conducted in... 
Maths In Hindsight
I was born on the 15th July 1961 in Usk, a small town in South Wales on the river of the same name. Mam and dad were good honest chapel people who unreservedly loved their children only allowing real scolding so they would not have to worry about what the neighbours may think. This may seem like... 
Tips To Succeed At GCSE Maths
1. Read your questions carefully. For work problems or problem solving type questions, read the entire question and get all the information provided. Draw a diagram if it helps you. 2. Read the question again and confirm that your understanding is correct. 3. Practise using your calculator and...