AQA Mathematics Student's Book For GCSE by June Haighton, Anne Haworth, Steve Lomax, Jan Johns
  

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AQA Mathematics Student's Book For GCSE by June Haighton, Anne Haworth, Steve Lomax, Jan Johns

The only AQA GCSE maths series to be exclusively endorsed and approved by AQA, AQA Mathematics for GCSE blends print and electronic resources to provide you with complete reassurance that you have everything you need to deliver the revised 2006 GCSE Mathematics specification. Graded objectives and exam questions written by an examiner allow students to see exactly what they need to do to get higher grades. Easy to handle Students' Books focus on practice with a variety of question types, allowing you to do what you do best - teach! Comprehensive coursework support written by a Principal Moderator for coursework with notes and exemplar material helping you to help your students get the best marks possible in their coursework.

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Format

Paperback
312 pages

Author

June Haighton, Anne Haworth, Steve Lomax, Jan Johns
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Publisher

Nelson Thornes Ltd
www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

20th October 2006

ISBN

9780748797585


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