If you are currently looking for a complete, helpful textbook that helps you as a student be able to understand the subject in front of you and manage to take that knowledge into the real life, then you’ve come to the right place.
The Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Combined Science (Edexcel (9-1) GCSE Science 2016) is a textbook of combined science. You see, the AQA GCSE book series has many different books that are all about just one single theme.
For example, you have the physics book, the biology books and of course, the chemistry books. But they are all completely independent from one another, and even come with side revision guides that help you understand what you just read.
Now, it is essential for you to know that this combined science book, as the name itself states it, is a textbook for students that is composed of several of this previously mentioned science.
This means you are getting way more information in a compact, easy to read and quick to understand textbook. Of course, the others are still significant and should be read for studying as well.
However, this book is also a must, since not only adds more useful information to several different topics that were touched throughout the other books but allows you to put this knowledge into practice.
You should think about this book as if it was a textbook and a revision guide, all in one… Since that is pretty much what it is: A super complete textbook with samples and questions at the end of each chapter for you to do them and practice as you should.
Keep in mind, this is an excuse book, and it can be hard to understand at some points. Not because it is poorly written (which is NOT the case) but because the topics talked about in this tome are a bit more complicated.
However, it is still made for students to understand so, with a bit of hard studying you’ll be able to get the hang of it quicker than you might think, and soon enough, you’ll be swiping through the pages faster than you think.
If you are getting the Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Combined Science (Edexcel (9-1) GCSE Science 2016) book, make sure to take full advantage of it and study by solving every question and exercises you might find within the pages!
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