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Quirky revision tips that work. infographic

Revision tips - hope this works for the looming exams.

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Revision tips - hope this works for the looming exams.

Percentages revision poster

Percentages revision poster

Graphs revision poster

Graphs revision poster

Great posters for B2 with answers and mark schemes.

Great posters for B2 with answers and mark schemes.

Revision - Made By Teachers: GCSE, A-Level & 11 Plus Revision App - http://www.revisionapp.co.uk

Revision - Made By Teachers: GCSE, A-Level & 11 Plus Revision App - http://www.revisionapp.co.uk

Transforming Curves revision poster

Transforming Curves revision poster

Trigonometry and Pythag Revision Poster

Trigonometry and Pythag Revision Poster

Angles in Polygons revision poster

Angles in Polygons revision poster

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Fantastic C2 revision posters! Why don't you try something new and sellotape these on pupils' desks?

As a resource for our GCSE Maths students I have produced a few Maths GCSE revision guides that I am claiming are the smallest in the world. Please let me know if this isn’t the case! All the…

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The following common geometry formulas are very useful when solving problems about two-dimensional figures. In the table below “b” stands for base, “h” means height, “L” stands for length, “w” represents the width, “r” is the radius of a circle, and “d” represents the diameter.

The following common geometry formulas are very useful when solving problems about two-dimensional figures. In the table below “b” stands for base, “h” means height, “L” stands for length, “w” represents the width, “r” is the radius of a circle, and “d” represents the diameter.

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