Guide: All About A Levels

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Re: Guide: All About A Levels

Post by Ksptan » Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:48 pm

cheryl12 wrote:Hi all, can anyone recommend a good A level H2 Maths Topical book with clear solutions?

Thanks in advance!
CS toh step by step?

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Re: Guide: All About A Levels

Post by cheryl12 » Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:54 pm

slmkhoo wrote: My impression is that most JCs hand out copious notes and worked examples. My daughters didn't use anything else!
Yes, he didn't buy any guide book or assessment book in J1 but out of sudden, he tells me he wants to do H2 Maths Topical assessment. Maybe he is not clear in some topics or wants to improve his speed?! I hv left him in auto-pilot mode last year and I am not familiar with A level books.

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Re: Guide: All About A Levels

Post by cheryl12 » Thu Jan 25, 2018 10:01 pm

Ksptan wrote: CS toh step by step?
Ok thanks!! We will take a look at the book this weekend!!

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Re: Guide: All About A Levels

Post by gjooheng » Fri Jan 26, 2018 8:48 am

Cs Toh is not updated to the latest syllabus. You can get H2 maths topical practise by Lois Chee.

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Re: Guide: All About A Levels

Post by Ksptan » Fri Jan 26, 2018 9:07 am

gjooheng wrote:Cs Toh is not updated to the latest syllabus. You can get H2 maths topical practise by Lois Chee.
Should have updated.
Just check cs toh website, stated H2.2 is the latest syllabus for A level 2017


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Re: Guide: All About A Levels

Post by gjooheng » Fri Jan 26, 2018 11:01 am

Ksptan wrote:
gjooheng wrote:Cs Toh is not updated to the latest syllabus. You can get H2 maths topical practise by Lois Chee.
Should have updated.
Just check cs toh website, stated H2.2 is the latest syllabus for A level 2017
Question 8 is on recurrence relations. It is no longer in the new syllabus 9758. Seems Cs Toh did not update thoroughly

https://play.google.com/books/reader?id ... g=GBS.PA36

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Re: Guide: All About A Levels

Post by slmkhoo » Fri Jan 26, 2018 12:13 pm

cheryl12 wrote:
slmkhoo wrote: My impression is that most JCs hand out copious notes and worked examples. My daughters didn't use anything else!
Yes, he didn't buy any guide book or assessment book in J1 but out of sudden, he tells me he wants to do H2 Maths Topical assessment. Maybe he is not clear in some topics or wants to improve his speed?! I hv left him in auto-pilot mode last year and I am not familiar with A level books.
There's topical 10-yr series as well (I think), but because of the syllabus change, not all the questions might apply? I know my daughter relied only on the 10-yr series and school practice worksheets last year.

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Re: Guide: All About A Levels

Post by cheryl12 » Fri Jan 26, 2018 1:37 pm

Dear all, thanks for your help. Will take a look at above authors' books and make a comparison.

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Re: Guide: All About A Levels

Post by Ksptan » Fri Jan 26, 2018 2:34 pm

gjooheng wrote:
Ksptan wrote:
gjooheng wrote:Cs Toh is not updated to the latest syllabus. You can get H2 maths topical practise by Lois Chee.
Should have updated.
Just check cs toh website, stated H2.2 is the latest syllabus for A level 2017
Question 8 is on recurrence relations. It is no longer in the new syllabus 9758. Seems Cs Toh did not update thoroughly

https://play.google.com/books/reader?id ... g=GBS.PA36
Thx for sharing.

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Re: Looking for private tutor of H2 Chemistry

Post by raspberrybunny63 » Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:22 am

MommyDearest wrote:I'm currently looking for a private tutor (preferably male) to coach my DS in H2 Chemistry. He will be taking his 'A' Levels this year. We are staying in the East.
Appreciate any referral to a responsible & experienced tutor. TIA!!
Hi, saw your post looking for H2 Chem for your DS. Was wondering have you gotten one orie. Is the tutor worthy of recommending? If yes, may I please ask for your help to let me have his contact. Thanks a lot for your help. :thankyou:

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