How to get a 90+ in Maths Methods!

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Maths Methods can be a really difficult subject and unfortunately it is a prerequisite for many courses. However, when you really think about it, its just maths. Once you understand a concept, you're able to answer every question on that concept. How cool is that?! I hope this guide helps you navigate QCE Maths Methods!


 


How to prepare for your IAs

Your internals make up 50% of your final grade. You will have 3 internals throughout the year. 

Make sure to stick to the syllabus and make use of class time. When taking notes, use a variety of headings, subheadings, colour, detailed diagrams, bolding, underlining, concise explanations and flowcharts. Ensure you're confident answering a range of different questions. At the end of the year, combine all your summaries and make a summary books with tabs, brief explanations, lots of examples and have fun with it. 


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How to revise for exams

Know how to use your calculator. Do as many practice questions as possible. The more questions you do, the more exposure you will have to a variety of different questions. Compare your answers with sample answers and record all your mistakes. 


Exam day

You will have 2 exams for Maths Methods - one with a calculator and one without. 

Make sure to read all the questions on pursual time. Spend 20 minutes on multiple-choice and the rest on short answer. Leave around 20 minutes to proofread. 

There will be 10 multiple-choice questions, covering a wide array of topics. Whereas 2 thirds of the exam is made up of short answer questions. The questions will consist of how to graph, hence and show that questions. 


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Some final tips

  • Build a good working relationship with your teacher
  • Work with friends
  • Keep things into perspective
  • Revise throughout the year
  • Understand - don't rope-learn
  • Enjoy Methods!

We hope with all these extra tips and tricks, you're ready to smash Maths Methods! Let us know if you have any questions. 

Brennen & The Studyclix Team


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