Edexcel GCSE Maths Foundation 1MA1

Step-by-step guidance and practice

Experience + revision science + beautiful design = better results

  • Over 1500 practice and examination style questions

  • Answers provided for all questions within the book

  • Clean illustrations to improve memory and recall

  • Specification references for every topic

  • Examination tips and techniques

Absolute clarity is the aim with a new generation of practice and revision guide for maths. This clear study guide has been expertly compiled and edited by subject specialists, highly experienced examiners and a good dollop of scientific research into what makes revision most effective.

Past examination questions are essential to good preparation, improving understanding and confidence. This comprehensive guide has combined step-by-step exemplar exercises with progressively more complex questions to test and hone your understanding of every topic. Designed for use in class or for revision, this slimline guide includes tips and more practice questions than you could shake a stick at. All the essential ingredients for getting a grade you can be really proud of.

Each specification topic has been referenced and distilled into the key points to help you get top marks in the examination.

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336 pages 28.0 × 21.6 × 1.8 cm ISBN 978-1-910523-16-2 Published July 2021

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