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10 year old passes Maths in a month

Imagine passing your Maths GCSE with ease inside a month? That's what happened to Mohammed Syed who, with the help of S-cool partner and Maths teacher Jeevan Singh passed with flying colours.

"I wasn't really interested in maths before but now I am," said Mohammed.

"The course is documented, step by step and Mohammed simply followed the course," said Jeevan, who took his GCSE Maths a year early.

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5 ways to the A* Grade

Are you keen to improve your grades? You’re putting the work in so may as well go for the top grades.

Here are 5 tips to get the A* habit.

1 Note routine

Notes are your personal record of your class material and everybody has their own approach and style to reviewing their knowledge for revision.

Best notes for revision should have headings and sub-headings that are clear to understand and read. Be legible, there’s nothing worse than looking back later at a load of gobbledygook.

Check out these note apps:

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When apprenticeships are mentioned, the expression “earn while you learn” crops up a lot. And with good reason as well - when you are an apprentice you get paid in order to become proficient at a job. Essentially companies are investing in people, moulding them to be the kind of worker they want to be a part of their business.

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You probably used your navigation app to find your way to that restaurant, and you likely either set at appointment in your calendar, or checked your reminders for the day as you waited for your meal.

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