AS & A Level Edexcel Course Companions
Clear, comprehensive and complete coverage of the new 2015 AS and A Level Edexcel Qualifications. Written in student-friendly language, organised in specification order and with clear explanations of core concepts.
- Clear learning outcomes at the start of each chapter for focused work
- All key terms defined, plus a handy glossary help with tricky terminology
- Integrated tasks engage students – answers included!
- Consolidation questions throughout ensure students retain knowledge
- Exam tips throughout the text – help students to apply their knowledge
- Exam-style questions for each chapter in both AS and A Level style
- Detailed mark scheme with commentary and model answers – essential exam practice
|What do teachers have to say about this resource? (8066)|
|I liked the resource and think it matches the specification very well.|
|Excellent, clearly written in language that the student could understand... contains just about all the student needs for this module of the course – H Williams, Teacher and Independent Reviewer|
|What do teachers have to say about this resource? (7389)|
|This resource is very detailed with a wealth of useful and relevant information. It has a very professional and knowledgeable feel which will increase the confidence of students and teachers using it. This resource could potentially be used on a stand-alone basis. It is incredibly detailed and well structured, containing all relevant information. This resource definitely matches the specification. It is highly detailed and covers all elements and more. There are links to issues and debates and individual differences and developmental psychology within the resource which are very useful. The key question sections are also very informative. – K Elks, Teacher and Independent Reviewer|
|A good resource, supportive to the delivery of Topic 2. Includes accurate, detailed notes and activities to develop student knowledge and understanding of the topic. – R Hubbard, HoD and Independent Reviewer|
|Particularly liked places where students can carry out tasks themselves and the use of exam questions and mark schemes included. – H Williams, Teacher and Independent Reviewer|