AS Level Edexcel Maths Revision guides and textbooks

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Beth201516
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so the college i am studying at is doing core 1, core 2 and decision 1 for our AS maths but we've had no information on what revsion guides or textbooks to get! a textbook might be too wordy for a maths course and im not sure if you have to buy all the subjects separate (so different books for core 1 and decision 1 etc)...

does anyone have any ideas on which revision guides would be the best??
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so the college i am studying at is doing core 1, core 2 and decision 1 for our AS maths but we've had no information on what revsion guides or textbooks to get! a textbook might be too wordy for a maths course and im not sure if you have to buy all the subjects separate (so different books for core 1 and decision 1 etc)...

does anyone have any ideas on which revision guides would be the best??
Thank You!!
I'd advise against buying anything until you talked to your teachers about what books they want you to have (if any) for later in the course.
If I was getting a text book for detailed explanations and lots of practice questions I'd go for these
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Edexcel-AS-L...rds=edexcel+c1
1 book for each unit, you'll be able to get them second hand on eBay if cost is an issue.

If you have a text book I don't think a revision guide is needed you just need to lots of practice questions and past papers and maybe get some help from the examsolutions.net web site. If you are determined to get a revision guide I'd go for this one and the matching workbook.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Revise-Edexc...+edexcel+maths

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