For Methods, I have identified a few areas that I ~~vehemently despise~~, but I can't avoid them for much longer as exams are coming up. I do get tutoring, but I have to do 99% of the work, and guess who will be sitting the exams? Also, tutoring can't help me fill in every gap in my understanding, so how can I fill in the gaps myself? (note: I'm someone who struggles on a daily basis with this subject and I find it most difficult to begin studying for Methods out of any other subject, no matter what topic I am trying to study for)

Areas that require a lot of practice

- Circular Functions

- Solutions to Trig Equations

- Stationary Points (the complex questions)

- Tangent Lines

- Maximum and minimum problems (Optimisation)

Topics where I legitimately have no idea what is going on and need to actually find out what on earth is going on asap or else the exam will give me 1000 heart palpitations

- Applications of integration

- Binomial distributions

- Probability. Density. Functions. (yes there's a reason why I've emphasised it like this. Spoiler: integration exists)

- Normal distributions

I may amend this list in the near future. So stick around for that.