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Password issues with Hegartymaths

The student or parents should contact hegartymaths@tda.education

Year 7 , 8 , 9 and 10

Log in to Hegarty Maths if you cannot remember your password e-mail your teacher or send them a message on show my homework. They will be able to reset your password for you.

On Hegarty Maths there will be tasks set by your teacher but you can also do other things. Click on Revise at the top of the page, you can pick Fix up 5 or MemRi.

MemRi is a quiz-based competition. It produces quiz questions based on topic areas you have worked on before to see how much you can still remember. Give it a go and see if you can be in the top 3 in your class.

Fix up 5 helps you to improve on questions that you have previously got wrong, it picks 5 questions that you got wrong and lets you have another go.

https://hegartymaths.com/login/learner

Year 11

Log in to Hegarty Maths if you cannot remember your password e-mail your teacher or send them a message on show my homework. They will be able to reset your password for you.

https://hegartymaths.com/login/learner

You can also use the mathedup website to focus your revision on exam papers. For whole exam paper practise including answers and video clips of how to do the questions click on the TDET tab then enter the password ilovemaths . If you would prefer to just practise questions from a particular topic area, then click on GCSE Takeaway. This will give you a choice of topics at foundation and higher that you can learn by watching video clips or practise by doing the questions, there are also solutions provided.

https://www.mathedup.co.uk/

Year 12

A-level maths or further maths students can use the mymaths website to find lessons and online homework tasks. Use Deacon and Circle to login. Select A-level and search for a topic area you want to work on. To let your teacher know what you have been working on use your personal login password before competing an online homework task. If you cannot remember your own login details email your teacher or send them a message on show my homework and they will be able to send you the information.

https://www.mymaths.co.uk/

If you are a GCSE resit student you can also use the mathedup website to focus your revision on exam papers. For whole exam paper practise including answers and video clips of how to do the questions click on the TDET tab then enter the  password ilovemaths . If you would prefer to just practise questions from a particular topic area then click on GCSE Takeaway. This will give you a choice of topics at foundation and higher that you can learn by watching video clips or practise by doing the questions, there are also solutions provided.

https://www.mathedup.co.uk/

 

Year 13

A-level maths or further maths students can use the mathedup website to access past exam paper questions by topic area. The site contains exam questions, video clips to watch if you need to revise the topic and challenge questions with solutions.

https://www.mathedup.co.uk/a-level-maths-takeaway/

Further Maths

https://www.mathedup.co.uk/fmtakeaway/

A-level maths or further maths students can also use the mymaths website to find lessons and online homework tasks. Use Deacon and Circle to login. Select A-level and search for a topic area you want to work on. To let your teacher know what you have been working on use your personal login password before competing an online homework task. If you cannot remember your own login details email your teacher or send them a message on show my homework and they will be able to send you the information.

https://www.mymaths.co.uk/

A-level maths or further maths students can also use the Physics and Maths tutor website where past papers, mark schemes and solutions can be found.

https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/

If you are a GCSE resit student you can also use the mathedup website to focus your revision on exam papers. For whole exam paper practise including answers and video clips of how to do the questions click on the TDET tab then enter the password ilovemaths . If you would prefer to just practise questions from a particular topic area then click on GCSE Takeaway. This will give you a choice of topics at foundation and higher that you can learn by watching video clips or practise by doing the questions, there are also solutions provided.

https://www.mathedup.co.uk/