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    Anyone got any good revision resources for Edexcel Maths (M1 or D1) AS or A2?
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    Anyone got any good revision resources for Edexcel Maths (M1 or D1) AS or A2?
    With maths all you can do is practice.
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    With maths all you can do is practice.
    Yeah, but has anyone got any good resources?
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    Yeah, but has anyone got any good resources?
    Past papers are your best resource
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    Past papers are your best resource
    How everyone tells me? How do they help?


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    How everyone tells me? How do they help?


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    They allow you to practice and at the same time get used to the way they word it in tests. Plus in maths there are only so many questions they can ask, after a while they just do the same but with different numbers.
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    They allow you to practice and at the same time get used to the way they word it in tests. Plus in maths there are only so many questions they can ask, after a while they just do the same but with different numbers.
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    Anyone got any good revision resources for Edexcel Maths (M1 or D1) AS or A2?
    The official text book is a good place to start with topic based revision if you feel you need it, using the end of chapter summaries, mixed exercises and review exercises.
    The examsolutions web site is an excellent source of short topic reviews and past exam questions by topic with model solutions. It also has worked solutions to huge numbers of past papers.
    http://www.examsolutions.net/
    Edexcel have produced bronze, silver and gold past paper question collections that will enable you to start practice with easier questions and work your way up to the hardest stuff. Google them or ask your teacher for them.
    In addition to doing the past uk papers, make sure you try the international (IAL) and regional (R) papers as they contain a few obscure or unusual questions.
    When you've successfully done all of that seek out the solomon papers and madasmaths resources that might help you prepare for the unexpected.
    http://www.madasmaths.com/

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    loads of past papers ... these days there are so many if you include the various practice papers, you are spoiled!
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    The official text book is a good place to start with topic based revision if you feel you need it, using the end of chapter summaries, mixed exercises and review exercises.
    The examsolutions web site is an excellent source of short topic reviews and past exam questions by topic with model solutions. It also has worked solutions to huge numbers of past papers.
    http://www.examsolutions.net/
    Edexcel have produced bronze, silver and gold past paper question collections that will enable you to start practice with easier questions and work your way up to the hardest stuff. Google them or ask your teacher for them.
    In addition to doing the past uk papers, make sure you try the international (IAL) and regional (R) papers as they contain a few obscure or unusual questions.
    When you've successfully done all of that seek out the solomon papers and madasmaths resources that might help you prepare for the unexpected.
    http://www.madasmaths.com/

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    Cheers mate will be sure to do so!

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