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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.

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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.
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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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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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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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.
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+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
Thank you, all!

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