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What is the best way to study for a Maths exam?

Lots and lots of past paper questions! Any other questions as well really. When it comes to maths, practice makes perfect. Every time that you answer questions from a specific topic, you develop an extra bit of understanding. Exam questions usually follow similar methods, so once you get enough experience you'll become more and more comfortable as you get closer to the exam date!

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