As you know (or SHOULD know, for some of you), Maths is an important subject that you need to take to become just about anything. Therefore, it's only obvious that you need to get high grades in it. High grades and not barely-passing grades, because barely-passing grades are barely acceptable so you won't get into any good university with those. Anyways, my point is that you need Maths for everything and you should get high grades in it. Many people know this and many people are working hard to get to those high grades but guess what - some of them struggle. How can you prevent this? Is there any tool to simplify the studying of maths? Well, what I'm going to talk about is an awesome website called 'eMaths'.
eMaths is a website dedicated entirely to maths (as the name suggests) and provides resources for both Teachers and Students! It follows the British system (it is stationed in the UK, after all) but you can learn what you have to no matter which curriculum you're in. It's totally free (donations are appreciated, though!) and it even has some 'Showcased Blogs' related to education which can further help you in your academics! In my opinion, it's simply amazing.
There's an insane amount of things on this website to help us students pass our exams. Have you ever been caught by those questions with tricky wording/terminology? Having trouble with a method of solving a type of question? Not a problem, there's pages for those too! Or perhaps you think you've learned everything and want to test your skill? They have past papers on their websites for you to download and use, complete with answer sheets (these are categorized in the British Systen 'KeyStages'. You can easily find which 'KeyStage' you're in by doing a quick Google search or looking through them all yourself!).
And finally, there's eMaths tutors. Now I haven't used these before so I can't really tell you more about this service other than what's written on the subject, so now that I've mentioned this last, amazing feature of the eMaths website, I conclude this article. Thank you for reading and I hope you manage to boost your Maths' grade right to the top!
Link to eMaths: http://www.emaths.co.uk