Higher Maths Objective Tests Revision Notes and Questions by David Smart
  

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Higher Maths Objective Tests Revision Notes and Questions by David Smart

Higher Maths Objective Tests: Revision Notes and Questions provides guidance for the most recently introduced section of Paper 1 in the Higher Maths syllabus offered by the SQA, that of non-calculator objective questions. The first section of the book gives students a means of intensive revision and a way of identifying weaknesses or techniques in which they require further practice. Questions are arranged by topic and also by level of difficulty, so that students can measure their own progress against the level of question which they are able to answer correctly. The second section of the book comprises 6 sets of 20- 'two-mark' multiple-choice questions, all at Higher level, designed to build confidence in dealing with a section that is worth over 30% of available marks in the Higher examination.

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Paperback
104 pages

Author

David Smart
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Publisher

Hodder Gibson an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

29th February 2008

ISBN

9780340965184


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