Why am I always a couple of marks off from my maths GCSE? Where am I going wrong? Any tips?
I would suggest that you make a list of all the topics and maybe even the types of mistakes you can make (e.g. careless error, confusion, not reading the question properly) and tally up where and how you’re going wrong. That might give you a clearer picture of what you can do to keep those marks. Good luck!
Please go through the Past Papers. If you always a couple of marks off, you must proofread and crosscheck the questions. Practice is the key here. Each topic you read and revise you must prepare 10 questions on them. Start with the easiest, then go on the higher problem solving questions. It does really help. 10 questions per topic helps you get enough practice per topic. Thanks Regards
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