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Hi all. I have heard that the transition from Alevel to university maths has been difficult for many people and I'm thinking about buying a few books to read over the summer! On the Warwick webpage it recommends these three books:

A Concise Introduction to Pure Mathematics by M. Liebeck (CRC Press, 2010; ISBN: 1439835985).

Guide to Analysis by M. Hart (Macmillan 2001; ISBN: 0333794494).

Algebra and Geometry by A.F. Beardon (Cambridge 2005; ISBN 0521890497).

Is it necessary to get all three or just one or two? Also if any current maths students have some other good recommendations please let me know!
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I'd get zero of them. If you want to get a good start, looking at this would be a decent idea.
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