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Oxford Mathematics: Higher GCSE for Edexcel by Peter McGuire
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An in-built revision programme and regular opportunities to revisit concepts mean students are not cramming at the last minute. * Hundreds of past paper examination questions are included so students have regular exposure to exam level questions from the outset, giving them confidence for the real thing. * Plenty of worked examples showing the key technique and thousands of questions mean that your students have plenty of practice at each of the key skills. * Questions are clearly differentiated with the most difficult ones highlighted so students can see where they are achieving and where they need more practice. * Skills breaks allow students to practise all they have learnt in a new context so that they build up their ability to transfer knowledge, which is vital for the examination. * Emphasis on building algebraic skills supports this requirement of the new specifications.
Release date NZ
July 26th, 2001
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
numerous full colour and halftone illustrations, tables and figures
Oxford University Press
Reading Age
From 14 to 16
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