The A Level Mindset Student Workbook - now in stock!

07 March 2016

The accompanying workbook sets to Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin™s recently released title The A Level Mindset have now arrived and are available to buy. Click here to read a teaser sample of the workbook before ordering your set here.

Our authors Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin have taught A level students across a combined eight institutions and thirty six years. They have been part of the same sixth form leadership team for the past eight years, where for each of the last five years, progress measures have placed AS and A level students in the top 10 per cent nationally.

Safe to say you can have faith in positive outcomes from using this workbook!

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