Essential Accounting for Cambridge IGCSE by David Austen, Christine Gilchrist, John Underhill


Essential Accounting for Cambridge IGCSE by David Austen, Christine Gilchrist, John Underhill

The new edition of Essential Accounting for Cambridge IGCSE supports students whose first language isn't English, with a clear approach that builds understanding and confidence. It is written by a dedicated and experienced team of examiners and authors and is endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations for the latest Cambridge syllabus (0452). Ensure your EAL learners fully understand with learning objectives that are fully matched to the latest Cambridge syllabus and specialist vocabulary that is clearly highlighted and explained. Summary questions on every topic consolidate knowledge and understanding, while exam-style questions at the end of every unit build assessment confidence. Engage students and link learning to real life with international case studies. Essential Accounting is available as a print book, online book or a print and online pack so it is completely flexible. It also contains a student CD-ROM to build assessment confidence, with multiple-choice questions and interactive exam-style practice questions. Plus, help students in their exam preparation with plenty of essential practice including example mock papers in the new Essential Accounting Workbook.

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Contains Paperback
376 pages


David Austen, Christine Gilchrist, John Underhill
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Publication date

18th September 2014



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