Resources that Work
There are loads of great resources out there on the web, but it can be hard to find them if you don't know where to look. Don't get stuck plodding through boring worksheets or watching youtube videos that seem like they are going to answer your question, but never quite do. A good tutor will be happy to help you navigate the maze and point out resources that match your learning style.
Revision Begins right after Learning
At the moment, I'm really liking the Tiny Cards website which uses a technique called spaced repetition to help you memorise key facts and formulas - an important skill for the new maths GCSE and A-level. Click on the tiny cards icon above to see the decks that I am making for my students.
Mistakes Make the Best Teachers
Another great website is diagnostic questions. These short quizzes are basically a seek and destroy mission for your errors and misconceptions. The multiple choice answers offer you plausible wrong answers (as well as a right one, of course!) and the best quizzes include an explanation of where each wrong answer came from, so you can learn from your mistakes. This website requires a sign-up, but its really quick and easy. Click on the diagnostic questions tile above to go to the home page.
More Resources Coming Soon
I am adding to my resources all the time. Coming soon are some YouTube videos that turn algebra into a walk in the park and quick-fire quizzes on kahoot to improve fluency. For more help with maths click this link to find out more about maths tutoring with The Maths Bubble.