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Revision and Practice: GCSE Maths: Kerboodle Book

The most trusted and successful GCSE maths course ever

Suitable for:  GCSE KS4 14-16

Price:  £185.00 +VAT /year
Subscription period: 1 year

ISBN: 978-0-19-835588-5
Publication date: 17/09/2015
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Description

This online book combines the Higher and Foundation books for GCSE Mathematics: Revision and Practice. This series increases your students' chance of success with your chosen exam board for the new 2015 GCSE. Providing a wealth of practice with careful progression alongside substantial revision support for the new-style grading and exam questions.


Features

  • Written by the most popular and experienced GCSE maths author, and established since 1994
  • Can be used with any exam board for complete flexibility
  • Comprehensive coverage of new specifications, with all new topics and assessment objectives completely covered
  • Gradual progression with practice at every level to consolidate learning, providing more and better practice than any other series
  • A wealth of exam questions alongside revision exercises split into calculator and non-calculator sections, so students can revise with confidence
  • Online access to the Higher and Foundation books for students to access on a range of tablets and devices
  • The use of this product is subject to the Kerboodle terms and conditions
  • The licence period for this product is for 12 months commencing from the date you receive your activation email. The licence would thereafter be automatically renewed for additional licence periods of 12 months unless you terminate the licence. For details on how to terminate, please refer to the Kerboodle terms and conditions

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