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    I know FP2/3/4 books are not sold, but any idea what the content is in these books and where this can be found (online or in a book)?
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    (Original post by LewisMead)
    I know FP2/3/4 books are not sold, but any idea what the content is in these books and where this can be found (online or in a book)?
    You asked the same thing earlier and I replied. They are sold. What makes you think otherwise?
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    If the OP is talking about AQA, then textbooks for FP2 and beyond are not commercially produced. The exam board, however, produce their own version which you can download - http://store.aqa.org.uk/qual/pdf/AQA-MFP2-TEXTBOOK.PDF for FP2, and I'm sure you can find the others by yourself. They're not amazing, but they have a good idea of the content and some examples/past questions.
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    (Original post by kerily)
    If the OP is talking about AQA, then textbooks for FP2 and beyond are not commercially produced. The exam board, however, produce their own version which you can download - http://store.aqa.org.uk/qual/pdf/AQA-MFP2-TEXTBOOK.PDF for FP2, and I'm sure you can find the others by yourself. They're not amazing, but they have a good idea of the content and some examples/past questions.
    Yes, should have specified that I was talking about AQA. Have been told to get this book: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Further-Pure...2386064&sr=8-1
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    (Original post by LewisMead)
    Yes, should have specified that I was talking about AQA. Have been told to get this book: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Further-Pure...2386064&sr=8-1
    £27.60? :eek4: I really, really wouldn't bother for that sort of money! The exam-produced ones are fine as long as you do past papers as well; they explain the concepts adequately, they just don't have a lot of past questions in them, so it's important to supplement them with exam papers. There's really no need to buy a lot of extra stuff.
 
 
 
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