# Collins GCSE Maths - GCSE Maths AQA Higher Student eBook: 1 year licence (Collins ebook edition)

ebook

Exam Board: AQA
Level & Subject: GCSE Maths
First teaching: September 2015 First exams: June 2017

AQA Approved

Collins GCSE Maths 4th edition Higher Student Book, written by experienced teachers, matches the AQA GCSE specification for Higher tier students, and has been approved by AQA. This is the ideal resource to help all students fulfil their potential at GCSE Maths.

• Bring awe and wonder with a chapter opener that puts the maths in context
• Provide rigorous maths practice with hundreds of high quality questions
• Focus on literacy skills with key words per topic
• Reason, interpret and communicate mathematically with flagged mathematical reasoning questions (labelled MR and CM)
• Solve problems within mathematics and in other contexts with flagged problem-solving questions (labelled PS and EV)
• Show step by step working through worked examples (numbered sequentially throughout the chapter)
• Differentiate at the top end with more challenging questions
• Access answers at the back of the book

RRP: £14.49

ISBN

978-0-00-844986-5

Publication Date

31-08-2020

Format

ebook

Pages

800 pages

Product Description

Exam Board: AQA
Level & Subject: GCSE Maths
First teaching: September 2015 First exams: June 2017

AQA Approved

Collins GCSE Maths 4th edition Higher Student Book, written by experienced teachers, matches the AQA GCSE specification for Higher tier students, and has been approved by AQA. This is the ideal resource to help all students fulfil their potential at GCSE Maths.

• Bring awe and wonder with a chapter opener that puts the maths in context
• Provide rigorous maths practice with hundreds of high quality questions
• Focus on literacy skills with key words per topic
• Reason, interpret and communicate mathematically with flagged mathematical reasoning questions (labelled MR and CM)
• Solve problems within mathematics and in other contexts with flagged problem-solving questions (labelled PS and EV)
• Show step by step working through worked examples (numbered sequentially throughout the chapter)
• Differentiate at the top end with more challenging questions
• Access answers at the back of the book

Author

Kevin Evans, Keith Gordon, Brian Speed and Michael Kent