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**It is excellent** and especially the Maths past papers are varied in difficulty and there are so many of them. “Practice makes perfect” and this website enables you to practice many questions about every GCSE exam board and topic of science and maths and I have found it SO useful going through my GCSE years.

## Do I have to pay for Save my exams?

**We’re proud to offer a lot of our resources for free** but if you want to get maximum value from Save My Exams, we recommend becoming a member. For a low fee, you will be able to access the following: Answers to all topic questions &

past papers (the ability to self-test is worth the price alone)

## Can you pay for Save my exams monthly?

Charges and Payment

To access the Members’ section of Save My Exams, **a user must purchase Membership on a recurring payment basis** (“Subscription(s)”).

## How does save my exams work?

Save My Exams is **an online platform dedicated to helping GCSE and A-level students achieve better grades**. We create high-quality and affordable resources that are used by tens of thousands of students, tutors and teachers all over the world to make revision easier.

## How do you get a 9 in GCSE?

HOW TO GET A GRADE 9 IN GCSE MATHS

- Practice makes perfect: Completing Past Papers.
- Tipping up to a grade 9: those evil questions at the back of the paper.
- Don’t be afraid to stray away from your exam board.
- Learn from your mistakes.
- Know your calculator.
- Don’t be scared to ask for help!
- Know your formulae.
- Final notes from me.

## How hard is A-Level maths compared to GCSE?

**A-Level Maths is a lot more independent than GCSE Maths**, and so you’ll have to teach yourself most of the content. This in itself will make it harder, as there are not as many resources you can use to your advantage. You will have to learn more difficult content by yourself.

## Is maths A-Level worth?

All of the sciences use mathematical techniques and **doing an A-Level in it will give you a head start in these subjects**. Other A-Levels such as the Social Sciences use statistics, so doing A-Level Maths will give you an advantage. Even in essay based subjects such as History, it can be useful.

## Is IGCSE easier than GCSE?

The GCSE is considered more rigorous because the rules are more stringent, such as the fact that students can only sit for the GCSE exams in June and resits can be taken in November each year. Therefore, **the IGCSE is considered “easier” due to its flexible nature**.

## What does GCSE stand for?

GCSE stands for **General Certificate of Secondary Education**. They are highly valued by schools, colleges and employers. The qualification mainly involves studying the theory of a subject, together with some investigative work, while some subjects also involve practical work.

## Is further maths difficult?

**A-Level Further Maths is considered to be one of the hardest A-Levels out there, if not the hardest**. You should only be applying for this subject if you are the most able mathematician. Its little brother, A-Level Maths, is also quite hard.

## How do you do well in English GCSE?

So you need to retake your GCSE English language exams….Pass your GCSE English Resit 2020 – 5 Simple Steps for GCSE English Retake

- Know what the examiner wants.
- Make a Plan.
- Quality and Consistent Revision.
- Keep to time in the exam.
- Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar – know your stuff and be confident.

## Who Created save my exams?

**Jamie Undrell** – CEO &

Founder – Save My Exams | LinkedIn.

## How many A levels can I take?

Students can take **up to five A Levels** but you generally choose three A Levels to study for a two-year course. You can decide to work towards AS qualifications or combine the two.

## What is GCSE advanced level?

The General Certificate of Secondary Education Advanced Level (GCE A Level) is **one of the world’s most recognised qualifications, leading students to direct university entry**. To obtain this qualification, students undertake a 2 year course normally starting at the age of 16.

## What is Aqa A Level?

AQA, formerly the Assessment and Qualifications Alliance, is **an awarding body in England, Wales and Northern Ireland**. It compiles specifications and holds examinations in various subjects at GCSE, AS and A Level and offers vocational qualifications. AQA is a registered charity and independent of the government.

## Do Cambridge look at GCSEs?

There are no GCSE (or equivalent) requirements for entry to Cambridge. **GCSE results are looked at as a performance indicator, but within the context of the performance of the school/college where they were achieved**.

## Should I start revising for GCSEs in year 9?

You really should start revising **two or even three months before your GCSE exams** – so ideally around the 10th of March.

## How do you get full marks in GCSE?

**Do past papers**. A lot of past papers, just keep doing them. See what topics you lose marks on and which topics you always get right. For topics that you lost a mark on, revise and do questions specifically for those topics – as much as possible until it’s enforced strongly in your head.

## Is a 7 in maths good?

**A student who achieves a grade 7 at GCSE is definitely suitable to study maths at A-level**, but because they’ve fallen short of a grade 9 and 8, grade 7 doesn’t feel like enough. This is a bigger problem for further maths, where students who are outside the elite “grade 9” group may feel they’re not suitable.

## Is A-Level law hard?

A-Level Law doesn’t need much extra time to understand the content, as **it’s already fairly straightforward**. As long as you have a good memory and some common sense, you should find A-Level Law fairly easy. Of course, there are a few exceptions, but in general most students find this A-Level easy.

## What are the easiest A-Levels?

The 12 easiest A-Level subjects are Classical Civilisation, Environmental Science, Food Studies, Drama, Geography, Textiles, Film Studies, Sociology, Information Technology (IT), Health and Social Care, Media Studies, and Law.

## Which A Level is hardest?

So, now that we’ve given you some caveats, here are the 10 hardest A-Level subjects:

- Further Maths.
- Modern Foreign Languages.
- Chemistry.
- Physics.
- Maths.
- Biology.
- Computer Science.
- English Literature.

## Is core maths harder than GCSE?

The level of maths skills involved is far less demanding than at A-level, with **about 80% of the Core Maths content being at Higher GCSE level**, though the remaining 20% does go beyond that.

## How hard is it to get an A * in A Level maths?

A-level Maths is a popular subject but has a reputation for being **very difficult and demanding**. It’s a huge step-up from GCSE Maths but, due to its challenging nature, is highly regarded by universities and a necessity for many STEM courses.

## Which GCSEs are hardest?

The hardest GCSE subject was decided to be Further Maths by a consensus of students….So, without further ado, let’s look at the hardest GCSE subjects:

- Physics.
- English Literature.
- Maths.
- Computer Science.
- Economics.
- Biology.
- English Language.
- Modern Foreign Languages.

## Will IGCSE get Cancelled 2021?

Due to increasing concerns across the country regarding the continuing spread of Covid-19, **the Government of Pakistan has made the decision to cancel Cambridge International’s June 2021 O Level and IGCSE exams for both school and private candidates**.

## Do universities accept IGCSE UK?

**Yes, both IGCSEs and GCSEs are accepted for entry to universities in the UK**.

## Is 3 a fail in GCSE?

Is grade 3 a pass? **For a ‘standard pass’, equivalent to the old C grade, students will need to achieve a 4 grade**, while a 5 will constitute a ‘strong pass’.

## Are GCSE 2022 easier?

Pupils’ GCSE and A-level exams will be graded more generously than in pre-pandemic years – to make up for the disruption Covid has had on learning. National exams are going ahead this year across the UK, for the first time since the pandemic began.

## Is GCSE hard?

When taking GCSEs there is a huge mix of subjects, skills, and knowledge. This **can be incredibly difficult to manage**. Students struggle to balance enough time to be able to do everything they used to do on a day-to-day basis, as well as including revision.