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A-Level/GCSE Geometry textbook? Geometry for STEP and MAT?

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Kajal Gaur


( 6 months ago )



I have been looking for a book that covers the most elementary parts of Geometry, such as similar triangles, circles(arc, sector and others), Pythagorean theorem, Sine and Cosine Laws, so basically a high school Geometry course. I need it to be comprehensive, covering everything in a high school Geometry course, including Coordinate Geometry; it has to cover everything Plane and Solid Geometry.

Although my Geometry is quite weak, I can make huge strides, as I've learnt Algebra and some Calculus via A-Level Maths and Further Maths.

And I'm going to need to cover all the basics of Geometry within two months. I need a book with a lot diagrams, something like Kiselev's Geometry was quite hard for me to comprehend, as I'm mostly a visual learner. Hopefully, the book also has a lot of exercises, too, as the main way of learning is to keep practising problems.

I'm absolutely desperate to become more advanced in my Geometry. So if anyone can help, that would be really, really appreciated.

Thank you all,

And let the recommendations begin.

P.S. I'm going to take the STEP Paper and MAT, so I need something as soon as possible.

Bhanu Gupta


( 6 months ago )

There are two books by Stephen Siklos: "Advanced Problems in Core Mathematics" and "Advanced Problems in Mathematics" which are designed for STEP, but they're not necessarily "textbooks".

There's also "Lecture Notes on Mathematical Olympiad Courses For Junior Section" volumes 1 & 2 which are pretty good, concise and with lots of problems to do, but no calculus

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