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    If anyone can recommend me a book or two which teaches all Physics A Level modules I would be very greatful. Preferably AQA.

    A book which contains a lot of questions and worked answers would be ideal.

    Thank you.
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    (Original post by Enginerd.)
    If anyone can recommend me a book or two which teaches all Physics A Level modules I would be very greatful. Preferably AQA.

    A book which contains a lot of questions and worked answers would be ideal.

    Thank you.
    You could try Roger Muncaster - very detailed and slightly extra than the spec requires but it will help you gain a greater understanding so it'll be easier to tackle the questions.
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    I've got the 'AQA approved' textbook - its like the first one that comes up on amazon or whatever. There's separate books for AS and A2, but I find it really helpful, and well explained.
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    (Original post by aoxa)
    I've got the 'AQA approved' textbook - its like the first one that comes up on amazon or whatever. There's separate books for AS and A2, but I find it really helpful, and well explained.
    +1

    The approved textbook is great. Plenty of detail but only covers the stuff you need, plenty of practise questions and a lot of useful diagrams.

    We got ours for free, the school got them, maybe it's something you should tell the school to look into for your class.
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    I'm currently using this textbook
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/New-Understa.../dp/0748743146
    it covers all the modules and units for all the examboards and after each topic there is a page of questions (double sided) with answers at the back. Highly recommend it! It covers AS & A2
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    (Original post by MSB47)
    You could try Roger Muncaster - very detailed and slightly extra than the spec requires but it will help you gain a greater understanding so it'll be easier to tackle the questions.
    (Original post by aoxa)
    I've got the 'AQA approved' textbook - its like the first one that comes up on amazon or whatever. There's separate books for AS and A2, but I find it really helpful, and well explained.
    (Original post by -jordan-)
    +1

    The approved textbook is great. Plenty of detail but only covers the stuff you need, plenty of practise questions and a lot of useful diagrams.

    We got ours for free, the school got them, maybe it's something you should tell the school to look into for your class.
    (Original post by Elhamm)
    I'm currently using this textbook
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/New-Understa.../dp/0748743146
    it covers all the modules and units for all the examboards and after each topic there is a page of questions (double sided) with answers at the back. Highly recommend it! It covers AS & A2
    Thank you, all!

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