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    Anyone recommend some revision guides from personal experience?
    I've seen a couple of different ones, just want to know your opinions.
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    which modules are you doing?
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    I am also looking for MEI books. I'm doing C1-4, M1/2, S1/2, D1, NM, FP1/2.
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    It is best to get many different books, all will give you some useful information that maybe another book doesnt.

    But my favourite book was
    "introducing pure mathematics by Robert Smedley & Garry Wiseman"

    there are ones for mechanics and statistics and Further maths aswell:

    pure mathematics, http://www.play.com/Books/Books/4-/3...s/Product.html

    mechanics
    http://www.play.com/Books/Books/4-/3...searchsource=0

    and statistics
    http://www.play.com/Books/Books/4-/1...s/Product.html

    Further maths
    http://www.play.com/Books/Books/4-/2...s/Product.html

    they are quite expensive, but you can get them cheaper if you look around a bit or buy them second hand.

    For Decision,
    i think the official book from ocr mei is crap, but you can judge that for yourself...
    What helped me most was this file,

    http://rapidshare.com/files/101784853/D1.zip

    This wont get you through it all, but its a good aid!


    and i think youll just have to get the official book for Numerical Methods, i didnt do that module so im not sure on that one

    Hope this helps!
    and good luck with the alevels guys
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    To be honoust, having done C1,C2,S1,D1,NM and FP1 using only the MEI books I think the books are amazing! They really go through everything you need to know, and obviously dont forget to do many, many past papers!
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    I still regularly use the older MEI books (P1-6, M1-6, S1-6) for refreshing myself of A level maths, well worth buying your own set if you borrow them from school.
 
 
 
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