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Video Solutions to all 2016 Maths Questions


Worked Solutions to 2016 Maths Questions Now Available

We've teamed up with TheMathsTutor.ie to provide students with video solutions of each exam question from the 2016 Junior and Leaving Cert papers. These videos will give you a better understanding of how to solve each question as they are walked-through simply and expertly. Also, check out our exclusive offer that gives Studyclix users 20% off an upgrade to TheMathsTutor.ie using promo code CLIX123


How do I access these worked solutions? 

To check them out: 

  1. Click into the topic that the question falls under within the Maths subject page.
  2. Find the question you're looking for.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the question and click the video thumbnail just above the "show marking scheme button".
  4. Watch the video and understand the question. : )


How should I use the videos to my benefit?

We have found that the best way to study is to briefly study the topic and then try out a question first before looking at a solution, and only when you're very stuck, look at the answer. Therefore, I suggest you:

  1. First read over the topic/chapter essentials in your text book.
  2. Try doing out the question without seeking help.
  3. If you don't succeed, watch the video tutorial on how to answer the question and learn how it's done.

Need more help with Maths?

No problem! We've joined up with TheMathsTutor.ie to offer Studyclix users an exclusive 20% discount on full access to TheMathsTutor.ie's site when you enter the promo code CLIX123 when upgrading. Using this resource will give you that extra push you need in your Maths studies and makes learning and understanding Maths much easier.


 

 

 

 

So remember, the code CLIX123 will give you a 20% discount off full access to TheMathsTutor.ie!


Finally, if you want some extra tips on studying Maths and doing the exam, have a look at these student blogs on How to Get a H1 in LC Maths or How to get an A in JC Maths.

Good luck with the study and don't hesitate to get in contact if you have need any help or have any questions!

The Studyclix and TheMathsTutor.ie Team

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