SMP GCSE Interact 2-tier Higher Transition Pupil's Book by School Mathematics Project


SMP GCSE Interact 2-tier Higher Transition Pupil's Book by School Mathematics Project

Excellent preparation for the linear and modular mathematics GCSE specifications offered by AQA, Edexcel and OCR. Higher transition is for students who have followed any 'core' course in key stage 3 and need to cover or revise basic topics before they start Higher 1 (the first of the two main Higher tier books). To help teachers identify material that can be omitted by some students - or just dipped into for revision or to check competence - chapter sections estimated to be at national curriculum level 6 (or in a few cases level 5) are labelled as such.

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232 pages


School Mathematics Project
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Publication date

1st April 2006



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