Maximise your grades with the Formulae and Tables Booklet


There is a lot of useful information in the Formulae and Tables booklet that will be available to students during their junior cert or leaving cert exams. But you need to put in some effort to be able to take best advantage of it. It is well worth the effort and does not have to be difficult if approached with a positive attitude and a curious mind.

My students quickly learn that I emphasise the importance of using  and becoming familiar with it’s contents and its omissions. It is not only useful for the maths exams, but also for other science subjects with a significant maths content, such as physics, chemistry or applied maths. The formulae contained in the booklet are in effect concise summaries of the work of many great minds over the centuries and it would be foolish not to take advantage of such a valuable resource when preparing for and sitting your exams.

If you are serious about maximising your grades then make the most of the tools available to you including the Formulae and Tables Booklet.

I have revised and improved “Making the most of the Formulae and Tables Booklet“. The improved version gives several examples of its usefulness in other STEM subjects besides maths.

For the months of October and November you can use the discount code scout to  purchase the updated “Making the most of the Formulae and Tables Booklet” from for  99 cent  instead of the usual €2.99.

Queries from any book publishers that might be interested in helping  bring this to a wider audiance are welcome to contact me.

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