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    Could anyone recommend a textbook(s) that I can use to teach myself the complete syllabus for a level mathematics?

    Also, what are gd resources (YouTube channels, websites...) I can use?
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    Exam solutions is perfect if you want to dive right in. Then, just keep practicing and make sure you understand the concepts.
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    What exam board are you with?? My maths teacher created a revision book with the basic and hardest practice questions in. He shows the workings on a YouTube channel he created for it.
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    (Original post by Grizzelex)
    Exam solutions is perfect if you want to dive right in. Then, just keep practicing and make sure you understand the concepts.
    Thanks bro, I’ll check it out🙏
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    (Original post by kojoterrile)
    What exam board are you with?? My maths teacher created a revision book with the basic and hardest practice questions in. He shows the workings on a YouTube channel he created for it.
    I haven’t decided yet but probably AQA or Edexcel, thanks.
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    Examsolutions.net (awesome videos)
    Physicsandmathstutor (lots of past papers to practice+revision sheets)
    Madasmaths (has a booklet of almost every topic and the questions in the booklet tend to go from easy to hard so it's helpful for practice)
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    (Original post by kojoterrile)
    What exam board are you with?? My maths teacher created a revision book with the basic and hardest practice questions in. He shows the workings on a YouTube channel he created for it.
    I do AQA could you hook me up with those resources
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    (Original post by Rarest)
    Examsolutions.net (awesome videos)
    Physicsandmathstutor (lots of past papers to practice+revision sheets)
    Madasmaths (has a booklet of almost every topic and the questions in the booklet tend to go from easy to hard so it's helpful for practice)
    Thanks so much🙏
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    I’m on wjec. They are pretty much the same but you should check the topics. Yeah I’ve got them on a memory stick, how do you want me to get them to you? And which units?
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    I use examsolutions, and jack brown on YouTube.
    maths and physics tutor has some good printables.
    I also use cgp books.
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    (Original post by kojoterrile)
    I’m on wjec. They are pretty much the same but you should check the topics. Yeah I’ve got them on a memory stick, how do you want me to get them to you? And which units?
    Dropbox?
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    Yh sounds good. How do you do it?
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    (Original post by RuthieG101)
    I use examsolutions, and jack brown on YouTube.
    maths and physics tutor has some good printables.
    I also use cgp books.
    Which specific CGP books do u use
    Thanks
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    (Original post by jahtzeh)
    Which specific CGP books do u use
    Thanks
    I'm aqa, and I have c1-c4, d1 and s1.
    I'm self teaching too.
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    (Original post by jahtzeh)
    Could anyone recommend a textbook(s) that I can use to teach myself the complete syllabus for a level mathematics?

    Also, what are gd resources (YouTube channels, websites...) I can use?
    I'm also planning to do A level maths self teaching.
    are you in your first year
 
 
 
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