on 23 August 2013
I remember doing this back in high school. I enjoyed doing the maths in it and I love how the concepts are laid out with an example, before giving you the opportunity to try out some questions. I bought this after finishing school as a reference guide, and so I can do some maths for fun when I get bored!
Just so you know, this does require some prerequisites like knowledge of integration and ideally M1 and M2, so you know the mechanics theory. Also some parts may require some advanced algebraic manipulation skills.
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on 13 November 2003
M3 is not an easy module.To be quite honest, I found D1 a lot easier. However, the hefty tome that is M3 is packed quite full of example questions and sample exam questions. Really, if you are considering taking this paper, and cannot recognise yourself when there is a mistake in the back of the book, then you might have some difficulty. Even so, I would encourage those who wish to to use this book, it does actually work through everything satisfactorally, although occasionally as with most things with the new AS system, it sometimes leaves you hanging, telling you that you don't need to know this, but it will be shown in book Mn, where n is a number greater than the one you are currently on. This aside, a good book.