Cambridge Checkpoints VCE Food and Technology 2003/04 by Glenis Heath, Heather McKenzie, Laurel Tully
  

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Cambridge Checkpoints VCE Food and Technology 2003/04 by Glenis Heath, Heather McKenzie, Laurel Tully

Checkpoints VCE Food and Technology is a complete exam preparation handbook for VCE Unit 3 and Unit 4 Food and Technology students. Features of this edition include: - past exam questions; - revision questions arranged by area of study; - fully-worked suggested solutions. - concise summaries of topic areas A thorough and contemporary study aid for VCE Food and Technology, Checkpoints VCE Food and Technology, 2003 provides students with the tools for exam success.

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Paperback
128 pages

Author

Glenis Heath, Heather McKenzie, Laurel Tully
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Publication date

31st July 2003

ISBN

9780521538312


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