The aim of this book is to make learning Formulae both easy and effective
Scientist, Electronic Engineer and Mathematician Donal O'Riordan has taken a cold hard look at how to maximise the point return from the effort expended by the student. He has spent many years in helping students attain higher grades in Maths and has now made his experience available to everyone.
His theory is that Higher Level Mathematics offers the best return and one has to know the most common formulae well to produce the maximum points.
He has now written Formulae 1 a no-nonsense direct approach for getting to grips with these formulae. By encouraging the student to store digestible amounts of formulae into the long term memory he makes it easier to manage the revision process.
Obviously it is better to give yourself as much time as possible to absorb this information however even for those trying to cram this is the most concentrated form of information available.
A system of check sheets enables the student to monitor their performance and assess where their strengths and weaknesses lie.
All in all a good investment for those serious about getting points and doing well in Maths.
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