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Hi all,

Really glad I found this forum, I'm 28 and starting a c&g 2330 level 2 evening course starting this Monday. Does anybody know of some good books I could get to brush up on my maths? I've been a postie for the last ten years, so I haven't needed to use my brain much lol. And I don't want to fall behind on anything.


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Don't get too worried about being rusty with maths, make sure that you have a decent calculator and just take your time. It's surprising how soon you get back into the swing of things.

If you do want to practice just google maths problems in and see what comes up.

Good luck with the cours and welcome to the forum. Any questions and there's someone amongst the members who will be able to help you out.
 
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