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I"ll be starting a level maths in September, but although I'm predicted a/a* for maths gcse, I'm worrie I won't preform greatly for a levels so to get a head start, I want to purchase a strong a level book which will aid me to learning rules, formulaes etc

My exam board is edexcel
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The CGP book "Head start to AS maths" is a good book to start off with. I also think that their A-Level book is really good for revision.

http://www.examsolutions.co.uk/ is a good website which has quite a few maths tutorials
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