Textbooks are a student’s best friends. There is generally a need for textbooks while studying **A-Levels Mathematics**. The whole class would be studying from the same maths books. Let’s have a quick glance on some undeniable importance of books in a student’s life.

- Your topics are organized, so you don’t have to search where you left and what you have read. The topics are also in most cases arranged in
**increasing level of difficulty**. - All the
**topics and subtopics**of a particular lesson are present with some practice questions. - The information provided is just in the
**right way**. Textbooks are always compiled keeping in mind the level of the students who are going to study them. - Not just for students, textbooks are an excellent aid for
**teachers**as well.

There is a chance that in some case that book doesn’t satisfy your needs. The way out is to seek help from new books and maybe new teachers. If you are studying privately then the following books, will definitely help you in preparing you for your exam. The maths books would cover all the topics that are in your syllabus. I studied these books in my **A- Levels** too.

### Preparing for Pure Mathematics exam – Maths books

#### Pure Mathematics 1

You would be studying Pure Mathematics 1 in your AS Level.All the Units in the syllabus are provided in the book:

- Quadratics
- Functions
- Coordinate Geometry
- Circular measure
- Trigonometry
- Vectors
- Series
- Differentiation
- Integration[divide icon=”circle”]

#### Pure Mathematics 2 & 3

**Units in Pure Mathematics 2**

- Algebra
- Logarithmic and exponential functions
- Trigonometry
- Differentiation
- Integration
- Numerical solution of equations

**Units in Pure Mathematics 3**

- Algebra
- Logarithmic and exponential functions
- Trigonometry
- Differentiation
- Integration
- Numerical solution of equations
- Vectors
- Differential equations
- Complex Numbers[divide icon=”circle”]

#### Paper 4 : Mechanics 1

**Units in Mechanics 1**

- Forces and Equilibrium
- Kinematics of motion in a straight line
- Newton’s laws of motion
- Energy, work and power[divide icon=”circle”]

#### Paper 5 : Mechanics 2

**Units in Mechanics 2**

- Motion of a projectile
- Equilibrium of a rigid body
- Uniform motion in a circle
- Hooke’s law
- Linear motion under a variable force[divide icon=”circle”]

#### Paper 6: Probability and statistics(Unit S1)

- Representation of data
- permutations and combinations
- probability
- Discrete Random Variables
- The normal distribution[divide icon=”circle”]

#### Paper 7: Probability and statistics(Unit S2)

- The Poisson distribution
- Linear combinations of random variables
- Continuous random variables
- Sampling and estimation
- Hypothesis tests[divide icon=”circle”]

The best and the easiest combination for maths books to go with is:

**AS Level is: **P1 & M1

**A Level is : **P3 & S1

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You can buy these maths books online from **Google books**,** Amazon** and other online sellers too.