GCSE Maths for OCR Foundation Revision Guide by Steve Cavill, Geoff Gibb, Jayne Kranat, Neil Tully
  

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GCSE Maths for OCR Foundation Revision Guide by Steve Cavill, Geoff Gibb, Jayne Kranat, Neil Tully

Oxford GCSE Maths for OCR is a brand new series produced in partnership with OCR, providing a comprehensive set of resources to support OCR's GCSE in Mathematics A (J562) for first teaching from September 2010. This Revision Guide is written for the Foundation tier and provides targeted revision of the specification in preparation for Unit and terminal exams including a wealth of practice and worked examples as well as revision of key concepts.

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Mixed media product
160 pages

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Steve Cavill, Geoff Gibb, Jayne Kranat, Neil Tully
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Publication date

24th March 2011

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9780199128044


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