Oxford GCSE Maths for Edexcel: Higher Plus Student Book by Marguerite Appleton, Derek Huby, Jayne Kranat
  

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Oxford GCSE Maths for Edexcel: Higher Plus Student Book by Marguerite Appleton, Derek Huby, Jayne Kranat

This book has been specifically written for the new two-tier Edexcel linear GCSE specification for first examination in 2008 by the highly successful Framework Maths author team. The book is targeted at the B to A* grade range in the Higher tier GCSE, and it comprises units organised clearly into inspiring full-colour spreads. Each unit offers: *Prior learning assessed at the start so students are fully prepared for the topic *Learning objectives identified so it is clear what students need to know *Clear explanations with examples showing the key techniques *Plenty of practice with clearly differentiated questions pitched at an appropriate level *Summaries and past Edexcel questions to help students gain responsibility for their learning It forms part of a series of four student books at GCSE, in which the other three books cater for grade ranges G to E, E to C and D to B.

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Paperback
424 pages

Author

Marguerite Appleton, Derek Huby, Jayne Kranat
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Publication date

25th May 2006

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9780199150908


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