Oxford GCSE Maths for Edexcel: Specification A Student Book Higher (B-D) by Appleton et al


Oxford GCSE Maths for Edexcel: Specification A Student Book Higher (B-D) by Appleton et al

Devised for the new Edexcel specification A from 2010, this proven levelled approach offers a unique choice of four student books and software tailored to match, each with access to a grade C, allocating just one single highly focused book to each student for the whole course, making learning simpler and more focused (particularly on students who fall between Foundation and Higher tiers) and therefore enabling students to achieve their highest possible grade. The Higher student book focuses on grades B-D.

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Publication date

25th February 2010



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