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I am struggling with physics, I am thinking of buying the CGP textbook for it. Would you recommend it?
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https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/178...LjL&ref=plSrch

Would recommend this one in particular
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https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/178...LjL&ref=plSrch

Would recommend this one in particular
What's the difference between that and this:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/178...s+ocr+as+level
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The revision guide is a bit more basic which is good for like quick read overs I find but the more expensive one is a lot better I found it is much more detailed and has loads of practice questions I find useful but it ties in exactly to my lessons as my teacher goes from the book so I find it links into the course really well for revision and notes but is worth the investment long term even though is more expensive - as I have both and find that the student book is much better
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The revision guide is a bit more basic which is good for like quick read overs I find but the more expensive one is a lot better I found it is much more detailed and has loads of practice questions I find useful but it ties in exactly to my lessons as my teacher goes from the book so I find it links into the course really well for revision and notes but is worth the investment long term even though is more expensive - as I have both and find that the student book is much better
Bought it, thank you.
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I am struggling with physics, I am thinking of buying the CGP textbook for it. Would you recommend it?
I highly suggest this book, it goes straight to the point and it is everything you need to know for each exam. There is a book for each exam, 4 books total.

OCR(A) AS Physics Unit G481: Mechanics: Unit 1 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/03409580..._4YYhAbT65BDNT
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I highly suggest this book, it goes straight to the point and it is everything you need to know for each exam. There is a book for each exam, 4 books total.

OCR(A) AS Physics Unit G481: Mechanics: Unit 1 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/03409580..._4YYhAbT65BDNT
That is the old specification.
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That is the old specification.
Oh yea, sorry. I'm second year Uni student now... forgot that OCR changed everything after I had my exams.
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Oh yea, sorry. I'm second year Uni student now... forgot that OCR changed everything after I had my exams.
No problem. Thanks.
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