www.peterblakemaths.com

by Peter Blake
(Sydney Australia)

Some students can listen to their teacher in class describe a method or a rule for a certain topic and be able to remember it, in detail, many weeks later in an exam.

Most students; however, really need to refresh their memories regularly.

Having access to a wide range of high-quality, detailed and thorough video explanations gives students the chance to re-learn and revise with efficiency and confidence.

Peter Blake Maths has video instruction in a wide range of topics from basic fractions to advanced calculus.

Over 150 videos from a maths teacher with over 30 years experience!

Great for a first explanation or a quick revision.

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