Have you started practicing past exam questions yet? Are you getting the results you want in your SAC’s? You can improve your understanding of Maths Methods and get the results you want at the end of the year – even if you’re not keeping up with the set work.
The best way of being prepared for your SAC’s and final exams is by doing past exam questions! Getting used to the questions and learning how to solve exam type questions will give you better results if you do them on a regular basic rather than leaving them for the lead up to the exams. By starting now you’ll be getting used to the exam type questions you’re going to see in your final exams.
I recommend you do 4 questions a day (which is what my students do). Doing so will help you:
- Improve your understanding of Math Methods concepts.
- Become more confident with exam type questions.
- Get better at solving exam type questions
- Have more confidence going into SAC’s, tests, and your final exams.
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