Self-teaching A Levels - Which textbooks do you recommend

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For: AQA Maths, AQA Further Maths, AQA Physics and AQA Chemistry

Thanks in advance

Oh by the way I already have for AQA Physics the one with the dude with the magnifying glass.
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U can find all textbooks online on reddit forums I believe. I only do AQA chemistry, so i recommend the year 1 and 2 books by Hodder Education
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U can find all textbooks online on reddit forums I believe. I only do AQA chemistry, so i recommend the year 1 and 2 books by Hodder Education
Yeah, it's just that textbooks are expensive so I'd rather know which ones are the best, but thanks for the suggestion I'll check it out!
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I understand you, I bought soo many textbooks and revision guides for each of my subject and they were so costly
Don't bother buying the CGP revision guide and the Practical Chemistry Guide by Hodder Education. Never touched them once
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Yeah, it's just that textbooks are expensive so I'd rather know which ones are the best, but thanks for the suggestion I'll check it out!
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Yeah good to know. At the end of the day, I just feel all these A Levels and GCSEs are another moneymaking business
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I understand you, I bought soo many textbooks and revision guides for each of my subject and they were so costly
Don't bother buying the CGP revision guide and the Practical Chemistry Guide by Hodder Education. Never touched them once
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