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Holidays - how to prepare? (1 Viewer)

pine-apple01320

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Hey guys,

We've got a few weeks left of summer holidays and I was just wondering what you would recommend to do during these holidays to revise for maths - in particular extension 2? Would it be good to learn ahead and use the textbooks - which textbooks would you recommend and how long should you spend overall working? Should it be significantly more than Extension 1?
 

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Hey, I replied to a similar post before, will copy and paste my response, cant link the thread for some reason

"I did a bit of this in the holidays before Year 12.

Would definitely reccommend Eddie Woo's youtube channel for all his 4u topics, he covers them very well, used him alot to self teach integration & mechanics
Terry Lee is the bible for 4u questions and comes with worked solutions aswell. He's made a new edition for the new syllabus if im correct aswell."

While I only learnt 1-2 topics in the summer holidays holidays, would definitely recommend you to try cover a larger portion of the syllabus now to save time later on.
WRT to times, 4u definitely requires a significant amount of time more than 3u but the amount of time you want to spend overall just depeds on how much content you want to cover

Enjoy & hope this helps
 

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Here are the 4 texts currently available:

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And one supposedly released next month:

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There may be others released later from other publishers too but no details yet.
 

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Terry Lee and Cambridge r the way to go for difficulty wise.
I've found my time 3u:4u is about 2:3.
 

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