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    I am looking to get the edexcel modular textbooks for C1, C2, S1, D1, M1 and FP1. Does anyone know the best place to get these textbooks cheap, I don't mind getting used. My school provides a different textbook, but I have heard these ones are the best.


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    Have you tried online, like amazon,or ebay?
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    (Original post by Eden00)
    I am looking to get the edexcel modular textbooks for C1, C2, S1, D1, M1 and FP1. Does anyone know the best place to get these textbooks cheap, I don't mind getting used. My school provides a different textbook, but I have heard these ones are the best.


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    ebay.co.uk

    You will see many full price new books, some more expensive than online book stores like amazon or bookdepository but you should be able to find some used ones. Don't forget to check the delivery charge to make sure you are saving money.
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    whsmith or cpg?
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    buy second hand
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    I think we were lucky because all our textbooks were provided by our college with the provision that we must return them after exams had been done with :O. I'd say amazon or ebay are your best bet, but try and get the more up to date ones as the older maths textbooks can be a tad drab without much space or pictures in them .
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    You can also find the PDFs for most of those online.
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    I'd recommend Amazon. I get everything from Amazon!
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    You can also find the PDFs for most of those online.
    This is true, and you could have them on your phone/ tablet/ ereader for classes if that would be allowed.
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    (Original post by L33t)
    This is true, and you could have them on your phone/ tablet/ ereader for classes if that would be allowed.
    I do have them on my computer, however I find that I get quite distracted with my PC on. I don't think my sixth form allows that unfortunately


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    Thanks for all the help guys! I've looked online and the cheapest I can get all 6 of them is for £36 from Amazon! Saving me £54 so thanks for the advice


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    (Original post by Eden00)
    Thanks for all the help guys! I've looked online and the cheapest I can get all 6 of them is for £36 from Amazon! Saving me £54 so thanks for the advice


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