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April 28th, 2014, 07:20 AM   #1
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A Level Math resources (Edexcel modular math textbooks)

Hello everybody (:

Well, I've studied the Indian syllabus and I will be going to uni in the UK later this year. So, in an attempt to cut the gap b/w my current math knowledge (the Indian math syllabus) and the UK, A Level syllabus, I had decided to self study a bulk of the AS & A Level math syllabus. Everything's going good and I'm doing alright but I just learnt that PDFs of "Edexcel AS and A Level Modular Mathematics" textbooks are available online for free. Having a PDF copy of every modules' textbooks will be of IMMENSE help to me and I would greatly appreciate it if someone could kindly post a link to the site(s) where all these PDFs are available [I've already found a PDF for C1 and S1 (though they seem to be rather outdated copies : 2008's) by googling them out but looking for all of them on google would be a tedious process and will take a lot of time].

Besides this, if anyone thinks there are ANY other resources that could aid me in my studies, I'd request them to kindly let me know about them.

Thank you very much everyone (: ☺️

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Hi Sid,

I'm not aware of any free (and legal) digital versions, but I can certainly recommend the books; the Edexcel books are the highest quality A-level maths books I've encountered so far. I would definitely get hold of C1, C2, C3, C4, M1 and S1 books and, if you have the money, get hold of M2, M3, S2 and S1 also. Any others are extensions that will probably be covered again in a Maths degree.
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I'm not aware of any free (and legal) digital versions, but I can certainly recommend the books; the Edexcel books are the highest quality A-level maths books I've encountered so far. I would definitely get hold of C1, C2, C3, C4, M1 and S1 books and, if you have the money, get hold of M2, M3, S2 and S1 also. Any others are extensions that will probably be covered again in a Maths degree.

Alright, thank you very much for the info (:
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Yank here. I've heard the term "A-Levels" many times. Can you please tell me what that is? Is that like high school?
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Those C1, C2, C3, C4, M1 and S1 books are A-Level (Advanced Level) books.

To get an A-Level Award in mathematics, we have to sit the C1, C2, C3, C4, M1 and S1 exams.

If you'd like to get a mathematics degree (here in England), you have to do your maths A-Levels first.

A Levels are usually taken between the ages of 16-19, but adults can also take these courses. They don't have to join any colleges to study C1, C2, C3, C4, M1 and S1. They can learn maths from Edexcel's books in their own time - then take their maths exams, all at once, individually or in chunks.

Exams can only be taken during the summer period, i.e in May, June and July.

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