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MEI A level books wanted

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by Peter Warnes, Aug 31, 2016.

  1. Peter Warnes

    Peter Warnes New commenter

    This may be a strange request, however I am after any unwanted MEI A level C1, C2, S1 text books. I am the head of maths at a brand new UTC and we will be following this course for just one cohort, before we switch over to the new linear specs. Any numbers of books appreciated no matter how few. Thank you.
     
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  2. Vince_Ulam

    Vince_Ulam Star commenter

    I expect you have likely already considered this but I can only suggest looking for bargains in the usual places.

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    Good luck.
     
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  3. PFCDaz

    PFCDaz New commenter

    They have a lot of resources, exercises and topic test materials on the MEI integral web platform which requires a subscription but ought to have enough material to cover a single cohort.

    The last time I taught MEI A-level, the only thing I used the text books for was brushing up my own knowledge...
     
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  4. Peter Warnes

    Peter Warnes New commenter

    Thanks, I think that's what I'll probably end up doing. i have one copy of each book I need for AS...so I'll be searching for or making my own resources as I go!
     
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  5. LoopyLew

    LoopyLew New commenter

    Have Pm'd you... DON'T make your own resources!!!
     
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  6. LoopyLew

    LoopyLew New commenter

    If you enrol with FM network.. they give you one subscription of Integral for free. You can then print out worksheets, notes, etc for kids. It's really really good! Have survived on this for years!
     
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