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Merry Christmas

December 13, 2015

thank-you

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

At the end of a busy term, I would just like to take a moment to thank everyone for using Corbettmaths this year. 2015 has been the busiest year for the website, both in terms of resources added and also the number of people viewing the site. The kind messages of praise that I have received throughout the year from teachers, pupils and parents have spurred me on to continue improving the website and adding more resources. So I just want to say a big thank you for your messages and for recommending the website to others. To hear that Corbettmaths has:

  • helped a student with their revision 
  • helped a teacher with their lesson
  • or helped a parent support their child

really really makes hard work worthwhile.

Resources added

2015 has been an exciting year for Corbettmaths. There has been much added to the website:

88 booklets of GCSE Practice Questions

442 5-a-day sheets for the New GCSE

187 5-a-day sheets for Core 1

27 videos

Record number of views

Along with the messages of support, another thing that makes it all worthwhile, is when I see how many people visit the website. I must check the “stats” around 5 times every day. This year has been a special year for the website, with nearly 5,000,000 views. This is a big increase from 47,000 in 2013 and 750,000 in 2014. Again thank you! 

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The future

Over the next few months, my attention will be on completing the 1,388 remaining 5-a-days for the New GCSE. I will then commence working on their answers (however if you would be willing to help with the answers, I would be extremely grateful to hear from you – please contact me if you could help). I will be disappointed if I have not completed this by 1st September 2016, ready for the first cohort for the New GCSE.

Then what?

More videos for the New GCSE topics

Then a major focus on the New A-level and beginning the Primary 5-a-day.

Thanks again and …

Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

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