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    Can anyone suggest me some old S-level books? I enjoy doing the problems sets in them(and they're cheap).
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    Take a look at Australian Maths Extension 2 papers - the last few questions are similar to S-Levels.
    https://9eeba4054ee764a743f35bb25b5f...xtension2.html

    A particularly interesting question from 2010 is attached.
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    (Original post by Argylesocksrox)
    Can anyone suggest me some old S-level books? I enjoy doing the problems sets in them(and they're cheap).
    old S-level books?
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    old S-level books?
    I recently found 2 pdfs of old books and decided they are far more informative than current A-level books, found the problem sets they proposed a lot more thought provoking.

    So naturally I thought I'd look for more.
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    (Original post by Argylesocksrox)
    I recently found 2 pdfs of old books and decided they are far more informative than current A-level books, found the problem sets they proposed a lot more thought provoking.

    So naturally I thought I'd look for more.
    what are the books called?
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    Porter's Further Mathematics and one blandly labelled 'Pure Mathematics for A-level'.

    Honestly this Porter book is lovely, I'd love to find more.
 
 
 
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