Graduated Assessment for OCR GCSE Mathematics Homework Book by Mike Handbury, John Jeskins, Jean Matthews, Howard Baxter
  

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Graduated Assessment for OCR GCSE Mathematics Homework Book by Mike Handbury, John Jeskins, Jean Matthews, Howard Baxter

Each book provides complete coverage of one or two of the ten stages that make up the Graduated Assessment specification. Students use the combination of stages best suited to their needs and abilities, and the course can be further tailored to the requirements of each student. This Homework Book gives students a parallel homework exercise for each exercise in the Stage 8 Textbook, providing a range of questions that will be ideal preparation for the module examination. Each exercise is linked to the Student Textbook, saving teachers valuable preparation time.* Endorsed by OCR for use with the new two-tier exam* Ready-made homework* Plenty of extra practice questions* Dedicated textbooks, teacher's resources, homework books and digital resources* Written by authors who are experienced teachers and examinersThis book covers Stage 8, which is a middle stage of the Higher Tier.

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Paperback
64 pages

Author

Mike Handbury, John Jeskins, Jean Matthews, Howard Baxter
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Publisher

Hodder Murray an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

26th January 2007

ISBN

9780340927564


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