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Are there any other good ones for practice.
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Are there any other good ones for practice.
You could try using questions from the L. Bostock and S. Chandler books. They're meant to be the holy grail of maths textbooks.

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I found going through AEA papers to be a bit useful


However if you're now finding questions from your normal textbook to be trivial and you're doing excellently in normal past papers and have are also doing Solomans etc you're probably fully prepared.
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I heard the standard edexcel papers from 2001 were quite tricky


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I heard the standard edexcel papers from 2001 were quite tricky


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That stuff can be found in the link i gave to you in the other thread. It is under the module then P1-3 questions on that module. Not hard just trickier.


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