Peter Robson: Practice and Revision Maths Book 1


ISBN: 1872686214

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Peter Robson Book 1 Practice and Revision deals with the concepts of fractions, decimals and percentages.

This book is suitable for anyone who needs to master these skills, and is suitable for 11 plus exams.

Fractions, decimals and percentages are introduced in key stage 2, and can pose students a lot of problems. It is not uncommon for students to struggle with these concepts and get confused. Peter Robson book 1 takes a logical approach in helping students build and master their understanding of these ideas. The best aspect of the series is that the progression in difficult allows students of any ability to access the material, and follow the explanations.

We recommend any 11 plus students who find these topics challenging to invest in a copy when they are in year 4 or year 5. This book is suitable for all 11 plus boards (CEM, GL, CSSE and ISEB), and other internal examinations. Although the material is dry, it is excellent and can help a child build their basic skills. Any key stage 3 or GCSE students who has trouble with these concepts can also benefit from investing in a copy of Peter Robson book 1.

Peter Robson Practice and Revision Book 1 is a comprehensive guide designed to help students excel in their academic pursuits. Featuring a wide range of exercises, problems, and test questions, this book is the perfect tool for consolidating knowledge and building confidence in preparation for exams. The content is expertly crafted to align with current curriculum standards, ensuring students have access to up-to-date information. The clear and concise explanations make learning easy, while the varied question types cater to different learning styles. Whether used as a standalone study resource or as a complement to classroom learning, the Peter Robson Practice and Revision Book 1 is a must-have for all students.

Peter Robson Book 1 includes:

  • Hundreds of practice questions
  • Explanations that help students and parents understand how to deal with question types
  • A logical progression from exercise to exercise
  • Skills that are subdivided by difficulty
  • Exam-style questions so that students can get used to question types and formulations

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