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Do workbooks exist for maths A level?

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musicposy Fri 22-Jul-11 09:11:45

OK, so DD1 is (maybe rather ambitiously) starting Maths A level in September (at home, under her own steam).

We have the CGP AS Maths Complete Revision and Practice, but it seems a little short on the practice. For GCSE we had some nice workbooks to fill in, not CGP, maybe Longman and Collins. We like workbooks better than copying questions out - more satisfying somehow. And preferably with pretty pictures in grin.

However, are we now too high a level for such a thing to exist? I can't find anything on Amazon sad.

LastSummer Fri 22-Jul-11 14:25:49

If your daughter is enthusiastic about maths she might enjoy one of the courses offered to clever kids by Stanford:

epgy.stanford.edu/overview/index.html

I suppose for A level she'll need to track down a textbook that mirrors the specific curriculum she'll follow. . . then maybe draw her own pretty pix!

LastSummer Fri 22-Jul-11 14:25:50

If your daughter is enthusiastic about maths she might enjoy one of the courses offered to clever kids by Stanford:

epgy.stanford.edu/overview/index.html

I suppose for A level she'll need to track down a textbook that mirrors the specific curriculum she'll follow. . . then maybe draw her own pretty pix!

LastSummer Fri 22-Jul-11 15:02:37

Just found these:

www.alphaworkbooks.co.uk/page3.html

LastSummer Fri 09-Sep-11 13:59:15

This is a great resource for anyone tackling A level maths:

www.examsolutions.co.uk/

Apparently YouTube is also stuffed with maths tutorials!

Betelguese Sat 10-Sep-11 00:47:06

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