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LIST OF BOOKS 

FACULTY OF SCIENCE

S/N SUBJECT LIST OF RECOMMENDED BOOKS
1. MATHEMATICS ENDORSED BY UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE EXAMINATIONS;

(a)    Pure  Mathematics 1 for Cambridge International Level

(b)   Pure  Mathematics 2 & 3 for Cambridge International Level

L. Bostock, S. Chander, T. Jennings

(c)    Mechanics for Cambridge International level

(d)   Probability and statistics 1 for Cambridge International Level.                                                           (All is compulsory)

2. CHEMISTRY (a)    New AS/A2 Chemistry ( Cambridge Endorsed)    Compulsory

(b)   Coursebook advanced Chemistry                           Compulsory

(c)    Understanding Chemistry.

(d)   Revise AS/A2 Chemistry.

(e)   Chemistry in context.

(f)     Advanced A’ Level Chemistry by Phillip Matthew.

(g)    University Organic Chemistry.

 3 BIOLOGY (a)    New AS and A Level Biology, 3rd edition

(b)   Mary Jones, Richard Fosbery et al.                  Compulsory

(c)    Biological Science by D.J. Taylor, N.P.O Green

(d)   Cambridge Int’l Biology Revision Guide (Mary Jones).

4. PHYSICS (a)    New Cambridge International AS and A’ Level Physics

David Sang, Coraham Jones, et al.                          Compulsory

(b)   Coursebook Advanced Physics                        Compulsory

(c)    Bath Advanced Series

5. GEOGRAPHY (a)    Cambridge International A & AS Geography – A new Textbook by Garren Nagle and Paul Guinness, published by Hodder Educational (CIE Endorsed text)                                                  Compulsory

(b)   Geography, an integrated approach by David Waugh

(c)    Advanced Geography, Concepts & Cases, Paul Guiness and Garret Nagle Published by Hodder Murray ISBN 0340858265

(d)   AS and A’ Level advanced Geography through diagrams by Nagle, G & Spencer, K [E.Ds] ISBN 0199134324             Compulsory

 FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE

S/N SUBJECT LIST OF RECOMMENDED BOOKS
1. SOCIOLOGY (a)    AS & A Level Sociology Coursebook by Chris Livesey –      Compulsory

(b)   Sociology themes and perspectives by Haralambos and Holborn       Compulsory

(c)    Cambridge AS & A Level Sociology by Andy Barnard, Terry Burgees and Mike Kirby

(d)   Revised AS & A2 Sociology by Stephen Chapman

2. ECONOMICS (a)    AS level and A’ Level Economics by Colin Brainford – Newest Edition                                               Compulsory

(b)   Stanlake’s Introductory Economics by S.J Grant

 

(c)    AS Level and A’ Level Economics through Diagrams by Andrew Gellipe                                                                           Compulsory

3. BUSINESS STUDIES (a)    Business studies [Peter Stimpson & Alastair Fergurharson] Cambridge – New Edition.                                         Compulsory

(b)   Business Studies 4th Edition by Dave Hall et al, edited by Ian Chambers and Dave Gray                                          Compulsory

4. ACCOUNTING (a)    A Level & AS Level Randall. K

(b)   Business Accounting 1 & 2 [Word Frank & Sarster]

(c)    Cost Accounting by T. Lucey.                                 All Compulsory

FACULTY OF ARTS

S/N SUBJECT LIST OF RECOMMENDED BOOKS
1. LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH Cambridge AS and A Level Literature in English by Elizabeth Whittome 2014 edition.

Paper 3:

POETRY

Cambridge Int’l Examinations “Songs of Ourselves (2)”

Elizabeth Jennings “selected poems”

Ted Hughes “Selected poems”

PROSE

Edith Wharton “The House of Mirth”

Jhumpa Lahiri “The Namesake”

Stories of Ourselves

Paper 4:

DRAMA

Ama Ata Aidoo “The Dilemma of a Ghost and Anowa”

William Shakespeare “Twefth Night”

William Shakespeare “Antony and Cleopatra”

Paper 5:

SHAKESPEARE AND OTHER PRE-20TH CENTURY TEXTS

William Shakespeare “Measure for Measure”

William Shakespeare “Othello”

Charles Dickens ”Great Expectations”

Emily Bronte “Wuthering Heights”

Paper 6:

1900 TO THE PRESENT

Athol Fugard “The road to Mecca and My Children! My Africa!

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie “Americanah”

Arthur Miller “Death of a Salesman”              (All compulsory)

2. HISTORY European History

Letts Revise GCSE History by Alan Scadding – pp 141-161.

Peter N. Streams, European Society in Upheavel, Macmillian (360pp from1750).

Letts GCSE Questions and answers (Modern Worild History) pp 14-17.

BV Rao, History of modern Europe.

J. Kackwaston, Success in European History.

Scafe and William, Letts GCSE Revision Book.

R.R Palmer and Joel Cotton & Kraner. History of modern world since 1815 (9th Edition).                                                                                                      Compulsory

World History – Comprehension guide.

Martin Walker History of the cold war, H. Holt (401)

Peacock – Modern world history

 

International History

Norman Lowe – A modern world history

Phil Wadsworth – International History 1871-1945                        Compulsory

 

Paper 1:

THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS

A Handout out on “the league of Nations” by a group of experienced Lecturers from Educational Advancement Centre, Ibadan.                            Compulsory

Paper 2:

HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE

Cambridge Int’l AS & A Level History 1789-1917 by Russell Williams

Compulsory

Paper 3:

THE HOLOCAUST

A Handout out on “THE HOLOCAUST” by a group of experienced Lecturers from Educational Advancement Centre, Ibadan.                                      Compulsory

Paper 4:

EUROPE OF THE DICTATORS

A Handout out on “EUROPE OF THE DICTATORS” by a group of experienced Lecturers from Educational Advancement Centre, Ibadan.          Compulsory