I teach maths mostly on a one-to-one basis to students who need extra support or to those or are not in mainstream school. Due to the nature of my work I often need resources that provide a level of diagnostics to assess where a student may have gaps in knowledge and also repetitive revision of certain topics, for those students who may take longer to remember things. I have developed a number of resources for particular students, and will upload them here as and when I have the time.

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A guide to help Year 11 GCSE Maths students prepare for Maths A level.

Recent school closures mean that some students may not have completed the GCSE syllabus, and some may have a 6 month break before starting their A level course.

The step from GCSE to A level is challenging at the best of times. This booklet helps students identify which skills they may need to practise, gives hints and tips, provides some exercises to help identify gaps and points to further resources to support their preparations.

Please provide feedback. Happy to expand this further if there is sufficient interest.

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Bnhy

a year ago
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Great resources here and the answers as well.

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