Which revision guides to use for A levels

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Coming from GCSE I'm used to using the cgp revision guides as the exclusive revision source, do you think that might not work very well for A levels due to a higher degree of complexity?
If yes, what other methods would you recommend?
Please share your revision tactics
This is specifically for the sciences, my A level options are: Maths(mei), Further Maths(mei), Physics(aqa) & Chemistry(aqa).
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Coming from GCSE I'm used to using the cgp revision guides as the exclusive revision source, do you think that might not work very well for A levels due to a higher degree of complexity?
If yes, what other methods would you recommend?
Please share your revision tactics
This is specifically for the sciences, my A level options are: Maths, Further Maths, Physics & Chemistry.
If your exam board publishes its own revision guides, it might be helpful to use those in conjunction with your CGP ones. This is probably unlikely for physics and chemistry because of the A Level reforms but maths and further maths aren't being reformed until 2017 so it may be worth having a look at Amazon for those.
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