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    I am trying to study STEP 3 from now until june. but currently i dont have any textbook and cuz im planning to study it by myself, i dont know which one to buy.

    Is there any recommendation? just give me any suggesting if you think the text book is useful otherwise, how am i going to study T.T
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    (Original post by osy044)
    I am trying to study STEP 3 from now until june. but currently i dont have any textbook and cuz im planning to study it by myself, i dont know which one to buy.

    Is there any recommendation? just give me any suggesting if you think the text book is useful otherwise, how am i going to study T.T
    http://www.maths.cam.ac.uk/undergrad...tep/advpcm.pdf

    Far better than any text book. :yes:
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    Just do past papers. Lots of them.
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    I don't really think there's a text book you can use, just do lots of papers and take a look through the handbook Illusionary's given you the link to :yep:
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    Just do past papers, but if you need practice with the methods required then this book would be useful:
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Further-Pure...5135442&sr=8-2
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    The big thing with STEP is past paper questions, there's not a book for it. You might want to learn bits of further that've fallen between your A-Level modules (my A-Level maths and FM had no induction, polar co-ordinates, hyperbolics or Argand, for example, all of which are worth knwoing), but you can google those, no point getting a book.
 
 
 
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