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    Finding it hard to find textbooks resources online for such a hard exam board. any advice for revision or learning is appreciated.
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    (Original post by KeilanPiper)
    Finding it hard to find textbooks resources online for such a hard exam board. any advice for revision or learning is appreciated.
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    Revision notes for Computer would be very helpful. As there is less past paper, Study the topics well for Computer as I am giving CIE as you are.
    For maths as everyone recommends, practicing last 10 years past papers are the best. I am doing the same here as my exams approaching just in a week.
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    (Original post by KeilanPiper)
    Finding it hard to find textbooks resources online for such a hard exam board. any advice for revision or learning is appreciated.
    For any Physics solutions,
    http://physics-ref.blogspot.com/2014...tions-for.html
    Do past papers if any doubt this site will help you according to your past paper.
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    (Original post by KeilanPiper)
    Finding it hard to find textbooks resources online for such a hard exam board. any advice for revision or learning is appreciated.
    Hey, I'm sorry I can't be of much help to assist you in finding textbook resources online but I can help you out with some useful revision notes instead. Just search up znotes.org, make an account and select your subject(s) from there. Really useful revision guides, trust me, but they are by no means equavalent to a textbook, just so you know.
    https://znotes.org/mobile/

    I'm taking all of those subjects under the CIE Board by the way and have bought textbooks instead which are endorsed by Cambridge and I must say that they are very faithful to the syllabus and hence very helpful. Here are the links where you can find some of these endorsed books which I hope will be useful for you.
    http://www.cambridgeinternational.or...port-material/
    http://www.cambridgeinternational.or...ting-material/
    http://www.cambridgeinternational.or...port-material/
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    (Original post by MushiRock11)
    Hey, I'm sorry I can't be of much help to assist you in finding textbook resources online but I can help you out with some useful revision notes instead. Just search up znotes.org, make an account and select your subject(s) from there. Really useful revision guides, trust me, but they are by no means equavalent to a textbook, just so you know.
    https://znotes.org/mobile/

    I'm taking all of those subjects under the CIE Board by the way and have bought textbooks instead which are endorsed by Cambridge and I must say that they are very faithful to the syllabus and hence very helpful. Here are the links where you can find some of these endorsed books which I hope will be useful for you.
    http://www.cambridgeinternational.or...port-material/
    http://www.cambridgeinternational.or...ting-material/
    http://www.cambridgeinternational.or...port-material/
    thanks, as a matter of fact the creator of znotes is very close with my school and i know him personally. ill look into those textbooks as will probably need them as struggling with the content im being given.
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    (Original post by KeilanPiper)
    thanks, as a matter of fact the creator of znotes is very close with my school and i know him personally. ill look into those textbooks as will probably need them as struggling with the content im being given.
    Sure, I'm glad I was of help to you! 😊
    Wow, that's awesome! Znotes have helped me quite significantly during my IGCSEs and I have already printed out the notes for AS-Levels, for simplicity. My teachers are always beating around the bush really with many of the topics so having such reliable and concise notes always helps. On behalf of my peers and myself, thanks to the znotes community and Mr Junjunia. Sorry, I got a little off topic there...
    Sure, A-Levels aren't at all easy so you might want to arrange all that as soon as you possibly can.
 
 
 
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