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    I already use mymaths, examsolutions, a cgp book and the edexcel modular books for C1,C2 and M1. Please may you share any good websites, books I could use. If they are really that good I may consider paying.
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    Please reply! Can anyone recommend any good books, websites or DVD's for C1, C2, FP1 and M1?
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    (Original post by MathsMeister)
    Please reply! Can anyone recommend any good books, websites or DVD's for C1, C2, FP1 and M1?
    I reckon you'll be fine with what you have already. Don't forget solomon papers, they are sometimes useful.
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    Those resources should be more than enough .
    If you are struggling you might want to pay for access to a structured learning site such as livemaths or mathsnet
    http://www.mathsnetalevel.com/
    http://www.livemaths.co.uk/
    If you want to dig a little deeper into the maths and try practice problems a bit more challenging than the edexcel textbooks then the old Bostock and Chandler A level text books can be easily bought on eBay etc.




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