Monday, 15 May 2017

TutorPear.com launches GCSE Maths website to help students with free online resources


My eldest Alesha is 7 and is currently doing her SATs in Year 2 and I see the pressure and worry in her little face when it comes to doing SATs homework. She had 3 pages of Maths, she got given on Friday, which had to be completed by tomorrow. 
We didn't rush into doing it with her over the weekend as she would of had enough from doing it at school. 
She sat down earlier with me and her dad whilst she done the Maths equations. I must admit some of them it took me a while to work out. 
I felt sorry for her when I seen her poor little face struggling, I was used of seeing my happy confident girl.

I dread when it comes to the SATs in year 6, but all we can do is be there for them and assure them everything will be ok no matter the outcome.

I hope this new website is of some help to your children that are currently sitting their SATs.

NEW GCSE MATH WEBSITE LAUNCHED TO HELP STUDENTS STRUGGLING WITH GCSE MATHS AND ALSO INCLUDES PAST EXAM PAPERS AND SOLUTIONS. 

A new GCSE maths website has been launched to help students struggling with the subject which is also mobile and tablet friendly. 

GCSE maths is a mandatory core subject as well as being one of the most difficult. It is also crucial in terms of progressing onto A ‘levels and onwards to University which makes it is the main subject students and parents worry about. 

Topics covered on the website include Numbers, Algebra, Geometry and measure, Probability and Handling data. The lessons have been structured in a way that make it simple and easy to follow. Past exam papers are available as far back as 2010 and the exam boards covered include AQA, EDEXCEL and Cambridge. The past exam paper section includes both mark schemes and examiner reports.

Other features of the free service includes a news section which is updated with the latest news on GCSE and iGCSE maths, a syllabus section on the Pearson, EXEXCEL and Cambridge GCSE variants and a blog section with hints and tips on how to prepare and succeed in GCSE Maths exams.

https://tutorpear.com/

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