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    Hey,

    This question must have been asked a million times, but I am self teaching FM.

    My modules will be : FP1-3, S3,S4,M1/D1

    What is the BEST book to use?

    Thanks
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    (Original post by ramie)
    Hey,

    This question must have been asked a million times, but I am self teaching FM.

    My modules will be : FP1-3, S3,S4,M1/D1

    What is the BEST book to use?

    Thanks
    What examination board are you with? What's wrong with using their textbooks?
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    What examination board are you with? What's wrong with using their textbooks?
    Edexcel.

    It works out pretty pricey buying each individual book.
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    (Original post by ramie)
    Edexcel.

    It works out pretty pricey buying each individual book.
    Look up the "Bostock and Chandler" series.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Look up the "Bostock and Chandler" series.
    Thanks, I have already these two from Bostock and Chandler

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mathematics-...7512005&sr=1-2

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Further-Pure...7512005&sr=1-4

    They are pretty old, not sure if much has changed since these were published.
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    I'm doing the same. You can find most of the books online if you look hard enough but Edexcel S4 seems to elude me.
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    Pricey or not I would buy the standard textbooks
 
 
 
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