Maths P1 Revision books

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Are there any good Maths (edexcel) P1 revision books that I can buy?

I'm looking for simple questions and answers, no explanations or anything since I can get them from my school textbook or teachers. All I want is practice questions.

I've seen one which is the revision book accompanying my green (can't remember the publisher) P1 book, but I read some reviews that claim there are loads of mistakes in the questions and answers so I don't want to get that.

Thanks to anyone that can help.

Mike.
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There arent tha many mistakes, there are a few, maybe 1 in 20 something like that? get the accompanying revision book which has more questions, and do practice papers.
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I don't think people need to much practice with p1 as its quite easy, I think there are enough questions in the review exersice's.

It's important that you find as many past papers as possible to get used to the format and language.
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I think the review exercises are good, but the best thing you can do is past papers. With both of them, you'll be flyin'!
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Try the Letts AS Mathematics book, I love it!

It has P1, P2, M1, D1 and S1 and covers five syllabi (except for AQA A, my one :mad: ) and goes over them well.
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the Heinmann books should probably be the best.
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