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    Hi everyone
    I'm going to self teaching mechanic1 and 2 at home (edxcle )
    Ive had c1 to c4 edxcle books
    I've told been CGP is better than edxcle books(pearson) at mechanic models
    What do you think ?!
    What is best text book for student who are new in subject and no access to any teachers

    I used the CGP book for my AS exam , and my teachers are kind of awful , 1 is off 70% of the time so we basically have to teach ourselfs , the CGP book was great it got me 85 UMS in my Mechanics 1 and i didnt do too much revision , i went through the examples , did a Variety of questions from the book and 4-5 past papers , im pretty sure the CGP book is one of the best out there for maths , not the revision guide , the actual Textbook! , it has great examples , good questions and even harder questions to challenge you , the answers at the back have the working out and each step so its great for self learning.
    • Thread Starter

    Thank you so much for reply
    I found a CGP in amazon
    It's name is
    A-Level Maths for Edexcel - Mechanics 1: Student Book Paperback – 14 May 2012


    by CGP Books (Author, Editor)

    I think thats the one , to be 100% sure its this one:https://www.cgpbooks.co.uk/Student/b...l.book_MEM1T51

    and no problem
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