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    I'm self studying further pure maths, are there any online resources for teaching and practice questions?
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    (Original post by XI Ki11JoY IX)
    I'm self studying further pure maths, are there any online resources for teaching and practice questions?
    exam solutions is good for learning resources, if youre on edexcel then the textbooks are very good also (i cannot speak for aqa, ccea etc but im sure theyre good too). Obviously closer to the exam time past papers will be your main source of practice
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    yeah what the person above said, im in your situation and its working brilliantly for me.

    Of course exam solutions works for everything but FP3 papers (he doesnt have any) and if you decide to choose the decision modules as part of your FM i definitely dont recommend D2 as ive literally found one youtube channel that might go through it all. It's hated that much
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    (Original post by Toasticide)
    yeah what the person above said, im in your situation and its working brilliantly for me.

    Of course exam solutions works for everything but FP3 papers (he doesnt have any) and if you decide to choose the decision modules as part of your FM i definitely dont recommend D2 as ive literally found one youtube channel that might go through it all. It's hated that much
    the D2 edexcel book was good imo, it taught it well.

    ~240 pages though, long as ****
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    (Original post by XI Ki11JoY IX)
    I'm self studying further pure maths, are there any online resources for teaching and practice questions?
    madasmaths.com
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    (Original post by DylanJ42)
    the D2 edexcel book was good imo, it taught it well.

    ~240 pages though, long as ****
    yeah i know what you mean. Normaly in my bag i cant differ between the textbooks but FP1 is always the thinnest then the D2 is the thickest by far! my maths (kinda) tutor said its mostly long examples but i dont know if that was just to re-assure me.
    Say don't suppose you know any more tutorials on D2 do you?
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    (Original post by Toasticide)
    yeah i know what you mean. Normaly in my bag i cant differ between the textbooks but FP1 is always the thinnest then the D2 is the thickest by far! my maths (kinda) tutor said its mostly long examples but i dont know if that was just to re-assure me.
    Say don't suppose you know any more tutorials on D2 do you?
    yea looking at the D2 book side-on it kinda depressing, especially because its D2.

    Nah, I finished working through the book before christmas and havent looked near it in months, once I start revising it ill let you know if I find any good resources/tips
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    integralmaths i find sometimes a little useful if you can get it
    aqa fp2 & fp3 & fp4 textbooks can be viewed freely online.
    they aren't as great as edexcel books (with their solution banks!) but they are sufficient.
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    Haven't actually investigated it myself, but http://furthermaths.org.uk/ would seem to be a good place to look.
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    Oh I forgot about this website too
    https://undergroundmathematics.org/
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    Don't take further maths but physicsandmathstutor might be helpful
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    (Original post by DylanJ42)
    the D2 edexcel book was good imo, it taught it well.

    ~240 pages though, long as ****
    I'm taking S1 , S2 and S3.

    I did have a crack at learning D1, But there's just so many instances where you have to draw diagrams....
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    (Original post by alldaydreaming)
    Don't take further maths but physicsandmathstutor might be helpful
    Well too bad.
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    (Original post by XI Ki11JoY IX)
    I'm taking S1 , S2 and S3.

    I did have a crack at learning D1, But there's just so many instances where you have to draw diagrams....
    oh nice

    yea id avoid decision and do stats/mechanics instead, decision isnt as fun as stats/mechanics
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    This is the best website: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu
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    (Original post by Naruke)
    This is the best website: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu
    Oh yeah that is a really nice site actually
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    (Original post by solC)
    Oh yeah that is a really nice site actually
    do u know about professor leonard
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    (Original post by Naruke)
    do u know about professor leonard
    This guy?
    https://www.youtube.com/user/professorleonard57/videos

    Haven't seen many videos of his but the ones I have were pretty good.

    This teacher's vids are also really good
    https://www.youtube.com/user/misterwootube
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    (Original post by solC)
    This guy?
    https://www.youtube.com/user/professorleonard57/videos

    Haven't seen many videos of his but the ones I have were pretty good.

    This teacher's vids are also really good
    https://www.youtube.com/user/misterwootube
    Yeah,

    Eddie Woo's the man too

    are u onto this 4 physics? http://www.aklectures.com/subject/classical-physics
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    (Original post by Naruke)
    Yeah,

    Eddie Woo's the man too

    are u onto this 4 physics? http://www.aklectures.com/subject/classical-physics
    Nope, never seen that site before in my life lol

    The only guys I watch for physics are DrPhysicsA and Walter Lewin
 
 
 
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