An expert dual approach - with David Rayner injecting his well-known rigour and exact match to the Cambridge IGCSERG (0607) specification, plus IB Maths specialist Jim Fensom incorporating the enrichment and IB-focus needed for success in future IB study. The resource is fully up-to-date and endorsed by Cambridge. It provides thorough exam support, with a practice-based approach and plenty of worked examples to reinforce understanding. The free CD contains extra resources focused on building assessment confidence, with revision help and a whole suite of past exam papers. This resource offers just the right amount of rigour for Cambridge IGCSE International Mathematics and is specially tailored for IB preparation, with integrated graphics calculator guidance providing invaluable support. A solid foundation which will sufficiently challenge students to hit the ground running in IB Maths.
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David Rayner,Jim Fensom
"Highly recommended from a teacher of the 0607 course at an international school! As a teacher I think this is a great resource for students studying International Mathematics for Cambridge IGCSE. Each section is arranged according to the syllabus for 0607 Extended, and gives clear, well worded examples and explanations. There are also instructions for how to effectively use the calculator required for the examination. At the end of each chapter are two review exercises - the first of these is a mixture of questions covering all topics from the chapter, the second is a selection of previous exam questions on the topics covered in the chapter. This is great for students to use to have an idea what the exam questions will look like. With the book there is also a CD which has extra worksheets and revision checklists, alongside an exam preparation PowerPoint. This means students can also access this at home should they so wish."
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Descrizione libro Oxford University Press, 2014. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria 9780198389187