SMP GCSE Interact 2-tier Foundation 2 Pupil's Book without Answers by School Mathematics Project


SMP GCSE Interact 2-tier Foundation 2 Pupil's Book without Answers by School Mathematics Project

This series is an excellent preparation for the linear and modular mathematics GCSE specifications offered by AQA, Edexcel and OCR. Foundation 2 is the second of two main books for the the Foundation tier. Designed for students who are well capable of a grade D or can aspire to a grade C on this tier, it continues the confidence-building style of the preceding books, approaching the hardest topics in the tier in a straightforward way that takes account of students' known learning difficulties and matches the level of demand of the exam papers.

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256 pages


School Mathematics Project
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Publication date

28th June 2007



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