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My school's exam board for Maths is Edexcel. My exams are in 2016 and I'm currently doing Foundation Maths, I'd like to get a revision guide but I'm not sure whether to go with the Higher book or a Foundation book for now? (I'd like to move into a higher set soon)
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get a foundation then a higher revision guide, it is essentially the foundation guide, but with harder questions and more topics in there (at least thats what i think)
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Yes, that's what I've decided to do.
Which do you think is best?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Maths-Edexce...ths+foundation

Or this one:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Revise-Edexc...ths+foundation
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this is me personally, but i have always been a fan of the GCP brand.
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I had the higher version of the second book (the one that isn't GCP) and all I did for my maths revision was go through that book page by page and I got an A*, so I would deffo recommend the second one
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(Original post by ceryshughes17)
I had the higher version of the second book (the one that isn't GCP) and all I did for my maths revision was go through that book page by page and I got an A*, so I would deffo recommend the second one
I think I'll go for that one, except mine will be the Foundation
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