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    Hello!

    Does anybody have any resources such as youtube videos or textbooks they've found useful for doing M3 (specifically OCR). I currently use the M3/M4 textbook by Douglas Quadling, but i'm still finding some parts hard. For the record i'm teaching myself M3 at home, so can't really ask any teachers for help.

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    Klaxoii


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    You could ask your teacher to get a free integral maths account (these are only available to teachers), so that you can access the resources on the website. This is what I did for AQA M3 (I also studied it myself), and I found it really helpful. They do materials for units of all 3 main exam boards, so you should be able to find the stuff you need.

    Hope that helps

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    (Original post by Klaxoii)
    Hello!

    Does anybody have any resources such as youtube videos or textbooks they've found useful for doing M3 (specifically OCR). I currently use the M3/M4 textbook by Douglas Quadling, but i'm still finding some parts hard. For the record i'm teaching myself M3 at home, so can't really ask any teachers for help.

    Many thanks,
    Klaxoii


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    Same great textbook and series imo.
 
 
 
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