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Is this mechanics book tailored for the current AQA mechanics test Watch

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    And what is the difference between 1st and 2nd edition
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Advancing-Ma...8348749&sr=8-2
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    If I remeber correctly these are not suited to the current syllabus, only the old syllabus.

    The book you want for M2 is http://www.whsmith.co.uk/CatalogAndS...199149896.html
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    (Original post by The Muon)
    If I remeber correctly these are not suited to the current syllabus, only the old syllabus.

    The book you want for M2 is http://www.whsmith.co.uk/CatalogAndS...199149896.html
    Is this book any good and do they do an M3 or M4 version, i used these types of books for C1-C4 and i found them really useful. Are the diagrams useful etc, if it does not do M3 M4 is there any other books that cover the current AQA syllabus for them
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    unfortunately, on AQA there are only text books for M1 and M2. but it is a good book.
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    thank you
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    i kinda new that was the case, off to amazon i go
 
 
 
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