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    I will be starting my AS levels soon. I want to get prepared, at my college i know the exam board is Edexcel. So does anyone know any good revision books for maths and further maths ( AS and A2 level) which you found were good? Are the official edexcel ones any good? It would be great if you could name some good AS level Further Maths/ Further Pure books as that is going to be my main problem/hardest subject.
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    (Original post by Nirm)
    I will be starting my AS levels soon. I want to get prepared, at my college i know the exam board is Edexcel. So does anyone know any good revision books for maths and further maths ( AS and A2 level) which you found were good? Are the official edexcel ones any good?
    Do you know what modules you will be studying?

    Get the official Edexcel textbook for C1 and start practising through that.
    Also look through A* GCSE questions and make sure you are comfortable with those.
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    Just moved this to the maths section for you

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    My friend had the 2 official revision guides that cover all the units in maths and further maths but tbh the textbooks you'll get given in class are great as they are. They have thousands of questions with worked solutions on a disk so I can't imagine you'll need anything else.

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    (Original post by rayquaza17)
    Do you know what modules you will be studying?

    Get the official Edexcel textbook for C1 and start practising through that.
    Also look through A* GCSE questions and make sure you are comfortable with those.
    I am not sure but from what i have heard i will be doing all ( mechanics and statistics).
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    (Original post by mjohnson29)
    My friend had the 2 official revision guides that cover all the units in maths and further maths but tbh the textbooks you'll get given in class are great as they are. They have thousands of questions with worked solutions on a disk so I can't imagine you'll need anything else.

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    Teach yourself Calculus is a very handy book. Top notch and old school in style but flawlessly presented to a deeper level of understanding than the rather sparse Edexcel spec. It has stood the test of time.
 
 
 
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