Guestbook Archive - June 2004
I love the CGP books, they make me laugh
Joe Ailion — , UK — 29 Jun 2004 at 20:50:00
Amazing - books ordered Monday evening - arrived Tuesday morning! AND they've already started reading them...
Cathy Bennett — Leicester , UK — 29 Jun 2004 at 14:11:00
This site has not helped me. I can't work my way round it all it has is things to pay for. I am doing some last second revision and can't buy a book, I just need some help with my revision. This site is awful I will now fail my exam because of this site not helping me.
Megan — , UK — 28 Jun 2004 at 22:38:00
This did not help much!
Kate Winslet — , UK — 28 Jun 2004 at 21:36:00
This is rubbish. It won't let me revise.
Terri Barens — , UK — 28 Jun 2004 at 21:27:00
The Year 10 Double Award Science books are fantastic, they're helping me very much with my revision - they seem to cover a hell of a lot. Also the fact that they explain things in such an easy understandable way. Thanks CGP. Great help!
Neil Reid — , UK — 28 Jun 2004 at 20:05:00
I think that your revision guides are really good. Although I was disappointed to see that on the website you don't do online revision sections where you can do tests and practice papers.
C Bramley — Loughborough , UK — 28 Jun 2004 at 20:01:00
CGP books are super
Jessi n Holli — , UK — 28 Jun 2004 at 15:44:00
I have recently taken my AS level exams in chemistry and biology, and I used your AS level revision guides for both subjects. I found them very useful in my revision plan. Will you be publishing any A2 level revision guides for the start of the next school year?
Nikki Gosbee — Romney Marsh, Kent , UK — 28 Jun 2004 at 14:04:00
I think that the revision guide on GCSE are good because its easier to understand the topics.
Anriette Reis — Walthamstow, London , UK — 27 Jun 2004 at 20:14:00
There isn't much online revision stuff for biology, I was disappointed as I have an exam coming and I wanted extra help, but obviously not from this website.
Sarah Maguire — Stafford , UK — 27 Jun 2004 at 18:19:00
I have used the CGP revision guides and workbooks over the last year in order to get my KS3 class ready for their exams and I am delighted to say that the result has been astounding with many receiving level 7 in all exams taken, I cannot wait till the results of my GCSE classes come in as they too enjoyed your revision guides. Keep up the marvelous work
Mr Young — , UK — 27 Jun 2004 at 15:38:00
Great website, really helped me overcome my science fears! Thank you so much!
Amy Thomas — , UK — 27 Jun 2004 at 15:23:00
The link was rubbish. There is nothing on there to help with our modular exam.
Sarah — , UK — 27 Jun 2004 at 15:07:00
I love your books! I wish I could have the whole set. They are so colourful, funny and give you a hell of a lot of information! My friends are so jealous when I get good marks.
Herfa — , Zambia — 26 Jun 2004 at 21:12:00
Thanks to you I got straight 8's in my SATS enough to carry on with my future.
Natalie — , UK — 26 Jun 2004 at 19:18:00
CGP rocks! I'm just waiting for my SATS results. I hope they're good. It's all up to you now CGP.
Ruby Emerald — , UK — 26 Jun 2004 at 18:34:00
I am doing modular maths for GCSE and i looked on your website and there was modular revision guides, but when I went to the shops they were no where to be seen. What shops sell the modular books?
Carmel Nelson — Lancashire , UK — 26 Jun 2004 at 16:36:00
I think your books are great. They helped me do my KS2 SATS and I've already started using the KS3 books too. Could you make a KS3 Spanish book because I'm starting Spanish and your books are really useful.
Anthea Chandi — , UK — 26 Jun 2004 at 14:41:00
I would like to get some GCSE science revision books as soon as possible to revise for my science exam but where do I get them from.
Edil Yusuf — Eastham, London , UK — 26 Jun 2004 at 12:28:00
Nice one CGP, finally finished my GCSEs, and your books helped a lot throughout the last 5 years or so of school. Are you going to be doing any guides for the new A-level Maths (where P1-3 have been change to C1, C2, C3 and C4) - and are there any plans for guides for the Further Maths modules?
Gav — , UK — 25 Jun 2004 at 15:31:00
Keep doing what you're doing.
Tajah — Hansworth , UK — 25 Jun 2004 at 15:29:00
Hey, I think your books are brilliant. I'm really rubbish at school, but your books are really helping my grades.
Steph — , UK — 24 Jun 2004 at 21:24:00
Hi CGP, how are you all? Can you send me a free catalogue please, thank you.
Mitch — , UK — 24 Jun 2004 at 11:46:00
Great website, got revision guides for almost every subject. Brilliant! really helped in my exams, thanks!
Cassie — Ilford , UK — 24 Jun 2004 at 11:11:00
Any chance of an AS Sociology book?
Gary Clarke — Isle of Wight , UK — 24 Jun 2004 at 09:46:00
Can I have a free book, please.
Debbie — Isle of dogs, London , UK — 23 Jun 2004 at 21:31:00
I only come on this site to revise child development as I've got an exam tomorrow, but just like every other site you don't help me revise this subject unless you get money out of me to buy a book. How am I going to achieve the grade I deserve if none of these fine sites will help me revise it. So thank you for allowing me to sign this guest book and get my anger, out cheers.
Gemma — , UK — 23 Jun 2004 at 17:10:00
I've written in the guest book before, and told you how awesome the books were. But I'm still wondering if you are going to do A-level biology and not just AS-level. Also with Psychology it would be great to have A-level as well as AS level. Are you making Business studies for A and AS level? Or maybe English! It would be cool if you could. I would definitely buy them! Email me if you've got any information on this topic. Thank you
Peter — Ramsgate, Kent , UK — 23 Jun 2004 at 13:05:00
Hi, I like the CGP books they're really useful throughout the courses, as well as for revising. Anyway , how come there's no King Lear book for GCSE, we're doing King Lear next year and no other sources are as clear as CGP, how am I going to revise?
Emma Izat — , UK — 22 Jun 2004 at 21:40:00
I'd really like to thank CGP for helping me through my GCSEs, which I have finally finished today, 25 exams in 6 weeks, phew. well, anyway, thanks again, your books have been a great help and I don't know what I would have done without the help. Sorry, I'm a bit tired and happy.
R — , UK — 22 Jun 2004 at 21:16:00
I like your books but I found the online revision annoying because it wouldn't tell me why I got the question wrong so I couldn't improve. Other than that, I think you're great!
Doggri — London , UK — 22 Jun 2004 at 20:25:00
Thank you. This website and the books are really good!
Laura — Roath, Cardiff , UK — 22 Jun 2004 at 20:01:00
Why are you not doing new books?
Dayo — , UK — 22 Jun 2004 at 17:46:00
Are there going to be any Biology A2 revision guides? They really helped me through AS.
Sage — Birmingham , UK — 22 Jun 2004 at 16:20:00
Not a good website because the questions are too hard for the age range
Scott Gwynne — Coleford , UK — 22 Jun 2004 at 10:41:00
Not a very good website. The questions are too hard for the age categories to answer. Try to make more easier questions and stop repeating the same questions on the same tests.
Andrew — , UK — 22 Jun 2004 at 10:41:00
The CGP books have been really useful, especially in the last two weeks of exams, however I have noticed that there is no text guide for Lord of the Flies by William Golding. As your other text guides have been so useful I was hoping to get through my English Lit exam, I'm sure the text guide would sell well if produced. Is there any chance of one being in the shops by the 2005 GCSEs?
Sue Salisbury — , UK — 21 Jun 2004 at 18:13:00
Hurrah for CGP, although ever so slightly patronising and irritating at times, they're a damn sight better than "fat" textbooks teachers seem to love us to trawl through. Could you make it clearer which sections are relevant to Edexcel triple science, in your separate science revision guide please. There seem to be topics there we haven't covered in school. Keep up the silly jokes, hah.
Annonymous — Swansea , UK — 21 Jun 2004 at 16:55:00
Why are there no KS 3 Revision books? If I bought the GCSE Spanish book I think it would be to hard for me.
Jess — , UK — 21 Jun 2004 at 13:47:00
After buying a CGP Maths Revision Book I progressed from a 4A (in yr 6) to a 7B (in yr 8)! With CGP you will never get bored. Every thing is entertaining from the cartoons to the note above the bar code!
Tarasita — London , UK — 21 Jun 2004 at 13:42:00
Thanks to your wonderful range of exuberantly exciting books I am pleased to state that I am now officially a boff!
Anonymous — , UK — 21 Jun 2004 at 12:18:00
Just want to say that the CGP books are great. I left it at the last moment to revise and I got these books a couple of days before, but didn't look at them but they really helped in the end thanks a lot you are the best.
Jessica Wallace — , UK — 20 Jun 2004 at 21:42:00
Your books are fabulous! They earned me a very high grade! It's all thanks to these books and its publishers... thank you very much and good luck in the future.
Fouzi Sultana — , UK — 20 Jun 2004 at 21:23:00
I think your books are good . They are helping me at maths and some other things. They are also good because my school is using them.
Morgan — Diss, Norfolk , UK — 20 Jun 2004 at 18:24:00
I think CGP books are amazing, they do just the job. Whoever made them, congratulations you made my life easier and a better experience. Even though I would hate to create CGP books myself, its not the point, they are magnificent.
Ben — , UK — 20 Jun 2004 at 17:55:00
Hi, I just want to say that your CGP web is so good, it really has helped me a lot thanks.
Saf — Luton, Beds , UK — 20 Jun 2004 at 16:33:00
It's really stupid! It was my first time in this website and I thought it would be really fun revising for my exams because it said playing a game and revising, but it was just a page that I already had in my book. What a waste of money buying a book! I'm really angry and I wasn't expecting it to be so boring. you need to improve and stop lying!
Sadaf Chezari — Shieldfield, Newcastle Upon Ty, UK — 20 Jun 2004 at 14:11:00
The CGP books really helped me through my GCSEs. I now have 2 left, child development and textiles and the revision books for both are excellent and easy to understand. My other exams went really well and I am now hoping for my higher grade passes and hoping to prove some of my teachers wrong by getting a higher grade than they expected! Thank you and keep up the good work! You make revision more enjoyable!
Samantha — , UK — 20 Jun 2004 at 11:50:00
Please send me more information on how to order and receive these books considering that I live in Zimbabwe. Many of my friends have these and they're great! Thanks CGP
Tara Walraven — Marondera , Zimbabwe — 20 Jun 2004 at 10:32:00
Revision guides are great, but the online revision is utter rubbish and something should be done to make it better.
Emma — , UK — 19 Jun 2004 at 19:04:00
I have an assessment on maths coming up in a week, seeing as your books had helped me before I decided to use your online revision. I must say it was a true disappointment, I was expecting pages and pages of your revision games and so on, but none of this was exhibited in what I saw. I am writing to tell you in true year 8 style sort it out please! Your books done me and my friends all a favour but your online revision isn't doing us any good. Now I will have to turn to other revision websites.
Kimmi — , UK — 19 Jun 2004 at 13:43:00
Wonderful range of books!
Anonymous — , UK — 19 Jun 2004 at 08:52:00
Your books have saved my life more than once. For this I thank you, but please don't leave me by myself for my A levels! Where are your A level books?
Natalie — , UK — 18 Jun 2004 at 21:35:00
As a student teacher this was a very helpful site, however I feel that it would be really nice if you could offer me the same deal the schools get on price. As you can imagine paying full price for books takes up a fair amount of our loans and as we are required to purchase our own books this amounts to a lot of money. We spend a lot, could you help us?
Lesley-Anne Mahon — Lancaster , UK — 18 Jun 2004 at 21:17:00
I've been really silly and waited to the day before to revise for my end of year chemistry exam. While the revision games didn't quite cover all of it... it's still helped tremendously... Thanks!
Amy — , BDA — 17 Jun 2004 at 22:49:00
Just brilliant! A fantastic range of revision guides, work books and practise papers brought to us at the cheapest possible prices. Thanks CGP!
Steven Avery — Banbury , UK — 17 Jun 2004 at 16:20:00
Hi, I would like to say that CGP AS Level Maths books are great for revision. However, the downside is that the information and examples given need to be focused on a wider range of exam questions. I believe that if more examples were included on 'more challenging' questions, less would be spent on the more trivial ones. Nonetheless, CGP books are very good to have a quick read on a topic that you might have trouble with. If the above statements were taken into action, I think that revising solely off a CGP book would be totally sufficient for AS standard!
Abdullah Gokce — , UK — 17 Jun 2004 at 14:42:00
Please make an AS/A2 level Government and Politics revision guide!
Holly — , UK — 17 Jun 2004 at 14:00:00
I love your web site
Trev — , Australia — 17 Jun 2004 at 11:05:00
Hey! Your books are fab! However I now need a study revision guide for biology A2, where are the German revision guides? Need one of them too! Let me know if you are producing any of these books! Oh... and business studies too, as I'm finding it really hard at A2 level!
Jody — , UK — 17 Jun 2004 at 10:54:00
Hello, I'm 15 and just want to say that I really like this site, I think it's really brilliant that we can shop for these books online as I really have difficulty learning maths. I have about 5 maths books now and have really helped me through that hard time. I can't thank you enough. Best wishes.
Claire Gill — Par , UK — 16 Jun 2004 at 16:44:00
Books are really useful... got me A* in physics yearly exam... and on top of that they are cheap and fun to read... because of all the random printing at the back... e.g. CGP Book Dating Advice: Don't double book .... Cheers.
Nauman — , Singapore — 16 Jun 2004 at 15:06:00
Hi! I think that you're books are great they really helped me get through the dreaded Chemistry exam last week, and the practice papers are really useful - especially with the answer booklet too! Might I suggest that you put answers to all your questions in the book!
Rachel — Derby , UK — 16 Jun 2004 at 11:07:00
Very neat site.
Ann — , UK — 15 Jun 2004 at 23:25:00
I love your books!
Julia — Thornton Heath, Surrey , UK — 15 Jun 2004 at 20:00:00
Hi! I have bought lots of your books and found them very useful, but I now need revision guides for A2 level biology (AQA B) and you don't appear to have any. Also, I would like the OCR new spec Maths AS/A2 OCR C1,C2,C3 and C4. Please could you email me back with some more information about these particular books. Many thanks.
Yvonne Cable — Alsager, Stoke-on-Trent , UK — 15 Jun 2004 at 18:28:00
Well wicked, not only am I learning, but I can have a laugh too. Love the books, have tried leaving my old ones out for the squirrel but he's having none of it!
Reiss Archibald — Telford, Shropshire , UK — 15 Jun 2004 at 18:10:00
Your books are brilliant and your website needs to catch up!
Francesca — , UK — 14 Jun 2004 at 19:23:00
Hello to everyone.
Charlotte — , UK — 14 Jun 2004 at 17:44:00
I just bought your French & History Key Stage Three books. They are brilliant.
David Christopher Ragusa — , UK — 14 Jun 2004 at 10:56:00
Your website should be better equipped for everyone, because I am doing GCSE's in German, food technology and history and your website doesn't cater for these subjects! Why!
Sarah Jayne — Bingley, West Yorkshire , UK — 13 Jun 2004 at 18:48:00
I like your books, but the thing is I think you should provide answers to the questions that are in the books. I think that would be really useful. I purchased the other books and I reckon they are really useful rather than CGP.
M K Bains — , UK — 13 Jun 2004 at 15:57:00
I have got to revise for science test, I don't listen in class and will fail test. I need help what, should I do!
Emily — , UK — 13 Jun 2004 at 15:24:00
I think that the exam practice is very good, but I think that there should be more topics covered in the revision tips section; equations for example. The books are great for revision though.
Francis — , UK — 13 Jun 2004 at 14:05:00
Hey CGP. I love your books... they're great, and they're really helping me through my GCSE's! It's a shame that there isn't more revision on the website though... sometimes varied ways of revising are more interesting, and more helpful at times. Although there are other websites for doing this, I find that the information in your books really helps, and if you had a website including this information, a lot more people would benefit. Thanks for the help though!
Lauren Sergeant — Dorset , UK — 13 Jun 2004 at 12:21:00
I think the online part to CGP books is very good for revision with taster questions. Any possibilities for some Q & A in D+T Food Tech. Cheers
Liam — Surrey , UK — 13 Jun 2004 at 12:12:00
I love your books, they have helped me so much and I just like to say thank you for the books.
Sadie Beckett — Holywell, Flintshire , UK — 13 Jun 2004 at 12:09:00
I am agreeing with Rehana Laljee (Monday, June 07) My chemistry sucks, but now it's improved a bit (it would be better if I weren't so impatient)! And Latin Revision wouldn't be a bad idea either... but so far I do enjoy at least trying to revise (even though my fidgeting and ultimate urge to get on with reading a few books or playing games usually get the better of me after about 10 minutes). Thanks (again).
Arti — , UK — 12 Jun 2004 at 19:18:00
You wouldn't be able to write a guide to reading swotty people's minds during exams would you? That would be even more helpful than all your other books already! (It would save me time, effort and nagging from parents to "get on with it".) Thanks.
Arti — , UK — 12 Jun 2004 at 19:12:00
I think that you should have more revision pages using extracts from books. These would help children with their school revision, and for those who are unable to get the revision guides. They could sign up to the site to receive free revision like a club on the site.
Sandra — , UK — 12 Jun 2004 at 17:57:00
As a GSCE student, whose parents are hassling her about "If you want to get decent grades then you have to work for them", I love CGP books because they're not at all boring, I actually enjoy revision! That never used to happen. Thanks CGP!
Megan Whewell — , UK — 12 Jun 2004 at 16:43:00
Hey! I think that these books are brill! I was a bit stuck on two topics the day before my science exam. By scribbling down notes over and over again from you CGP AQA modular science book- revision guide- higher level, I was soon helping my friends with it the next day and explaining to them what exactly covalent bonds and half-lifes were! Thanks CGP your books are great.
Stacey — , UK — 12 Jun 2004 at 15:14:00
CGP, your books are really helpful and are dramatically aiding me in my GCSEs, but why don't you do sociology books? I was disappointed because I was at a loss to what I was going to revise from now? Thank you.
Gemma — , UK — 11 Jun 2004 at 13:03:00
Hi, I bought some of your books, and I cant stop reading them! I don't mind reading them, and they are really clear with the hard bits! Thanks.
Joe — , UK — 11 Jun 2004 at 08:30:00
Your books are helping me to teach my own children at home. They are excellently priced and I can't buy or photocopy anything for that price! The children really find them funny. What about some Key stage 2, Design & Technology study and workbooks, please? Thanks.
Miss G Sweeney — , UK — 11 Jun 2004 at 00:32:00
Hey CGP your books are really great. I've got exams tommorow and I am working really hard from your books which are helping tons.
Harun Shah — Tooting, London , UK — 10 Jun 2004 at 21:58:00
I just want to tell you that in the Modern World History book, on page 95 to be precise, there is a typing mistake in 'West Berlin survived because of the Berlin Airlift' this is completely wrong as it is the EAST Berlin that survived because of the Berlin Airlift, as Stalin had Berlin Blockade enacted. Please change it before other people fail their exams because of this.
Anonymous — , UK — 10 Jun 2004 at 15:04:00
I think your books are a great help. I have bought some recently and in the past. I just wondered that if you have P.E. and food technology and resistant materials revision guides at GCSE, why do you not have a Latin revision guide and/or workbook? There are enough pupils around the country doing Latin to achieve great help from your books. Thanks.
Laura Hall — Bushey Heath, Watford , UK — 10 Jun 2004 at 14:17:00
Hey guys at CGP. Just thought I'd say that your Stats 1 revision guide is great and I'm much more confident about the exam, so thanks. I used your books throughout my GCSEs as well, they helped a lot and yes while the jokes are very, very cheesy they do make the revision less dull. So keep it up!
Alex Vaughan — Lichfield , UK — 09 Jun 2004 at 23:40:00
In the GCSE section you should have practice questions on all of the subjects.
Emily McCowen — , UK — 09 Jun 2004 at 18:20:00
Before I used them I'd always slag off CGP books, since the jokes are so corny. But since I've started using these books I've found that they do make things more simple - despite the fact they're patronizing in places. I'm taking my maths GCSE a year early and the CGP guide did help a lot with the paper I took yesterday, though this particular edition lays off the cheesy lines. Thanks for the help, just try a bit harder than ''Learn about gravity now - no point in 'weighting' around..'' which clearly sucks.
Jack — Salsibury , UK — 09 Jun 2004 at 15:36:00
Your books are incredible, a 'must have' for every student.
Dapo Chris Asoluka — , Nigeria — 09 Jun 2004 at 13:23:00
I have found the AS biology book absolutely brilliant, very well written and made revising it fun. However, i am disappointed to find you do not sell the A2 version too. Nowhere sells a decent quality A2 biology revision guide!
Lauren — Repton , UK — 09 Jun 2004 at 12:18:00
The jokes in your books are so awfully cringeworthy they make revising an amusing but still painful chore, but you have made me feel more confident in exams, well done!
Joseph Norman — , UK — 09 Jun 2004 at 11:58:00
I think the revision guides are really good for GCSE's, but I need a sociology revision guide and can't buy one from CGP because they don't have one, where can I find one? Please help.
Anonymous — , UK — 09 Jun 2004 at 10:48:00
Can you send me some information please?
Joel Chernick — , UK — 09 Jun 2004 at 10:10:00
Hey CGP! Your books are the best in the whole world. Me and my friend sit and revise subjects we don't even need to, due to the fact that they are so exciting! I wish I could work at your publishers. I try to make my parrot learn your books so it can be intelligent and fun! When I feel stressed and I have no one to turn to, your fun games brighten up my day and make me happy. I feel honoured to have the whole collection of your books (KS 2 - AS-level). If there is ever a book on zoology please let me know.
Franchelsy — Morpeth , UK — 09 Jun 2004 at 00:58:00
Please, please can you make some A2 revision guides especially for the sciences and a geography one would be great too. Your books are great and helped me get my grades at GCSE!
Vicky Davis — Selsey, West Sussex , UK — 08 Jun 2004 at 21:23:00
These books are amazing! They helped me so much.
Tom Westrope — Woodbridge , UK — 08 Jun 2004 at 19:48:00
I hate this website. I'm appalled with it, it is so boring and I would like to revise ICT, but here I can't. So I will not be using you again.
Sam Bourne — , UK — 08 Jun 2004 at 14:44:00
I would like some practice GCSE intermediate exam papers.
Lisa Caddick — , UK — 07 Jun 2004 at 23:51:00
Would you please make a book for Key Stage 3 languages like Spanish, Latin and French. I am doing my end of year exams and I want to do online exercises or buy a book but I can't find anywhere that does that. Latin is my weakest subject and I really would like some help. My exam is tomorrow and I just wanted to do some last minute revision and check I know everything. Thank you
Rehana Laljee — , UK — 07 Jun 2004 at 21:23:00
Thank you! I've got an ICT exam next week and thanks to your revision guide, I think I might just pass! You've made everything plain and simple and I finally understand what my teach has been on about for the past year! Thank you!
Kaz — , UK — 07 Jun 2004 at 21:11:00
Brilliant books, really easy to revise from, though a key points page at the end of each topic before the questions would help for last minute revision.
Rebekah Spencer — , UK — 07 Jun 2004 at 20:30:00
Hi. I think that CGP books are great to help me revise. I'm 12 and I have learnt a lot from them. keep making more as I will buy them! Thanks!
Sarah Bond — , UK — 07 Jun 2004 at 19:46:00
Hi. I have just done my sats. 10th of May-15th of May 2004. I and my class and the other year 6 in my school have done your papers (practice) and they helped us study a lot. I hope myself, my class and the other year 6 get Level 4 at the minimum and level 5 at the maximum. Thanks for your help and kindness through the year. We are so grateful. I went into WHSmith the other day and found some KS3 Papers (practice) ones on Science. I will be on KS3 in September when I start secondary school. I will purchase the CGP practice papers at WHSmith when I go again, £9.00 they are.
Christopher Cartwright — St. Helens, Merseyside , UK — 07 Jun 2004 at 19:27:00
I think that CGP books are very good and they are easy to understand as there are lots of pictures and it is great!
Harry — , UK — 07 Jun 2004 at 19:04:00
CGP is great!
Sara — London , UK — 07 Jun 2004 at 18:44:00
Could you bring out a Japanese revision book please.
James Deane — , UK — 07 Jun 2004 at 17:30:00
Ok, I know I've already said something but just to reply to Peter Wilis's comment. What?! The jokes, illustrations and comments in CGP books may not be helpful to you, but I think that may be because you have no sense of humour. And if people actually confuse Job Production with unemployment and producing jobs they obviously have had their brain removed through their noses. Seriously, if these books don't help you, go elsewhere, because the amount of people who rely on - and are never disappointed by - these books is astonishing. Sorry, you just annoyed me.
Emily — , UK — 07 Jun 2004 at 10:00:00
I think its alright. I mean, your books are fantastic, I've got through all my sats and my entire GCSE years on them. But for the times when I cant go and buy the books, I'm afraid other revision is a lot easier than this. But, after saying that, I still have learnt more in the 5 minutes I've been on here than I ever could have on others. Thank you!
Emily — Cheney, Banbury , UK — 07 Jun 2004 at 09:53:00
I think your books are great. I used them at KS3 and GCSE and now I'm using them for AS Levels! Funny and easy to revise from, it actually makes you want to revise!
Chris Morton — Bushey , UK — 07 Jun 2004 at 09:10:00
I think these books are very good but there should be a special book which is for the teachers, apart from that they are amazing. We all thank you very much.
Jay — Esher, Surrey , UK — 06 Jun 2004 at 21:04:00
Hi, I used CGP books for my GCSEs, and thought they were great. Now in 6th form, I used the biology and chemistry revision guides for my AS levels, but can't find any for A level revision. Do you make A2 level revision guides, or will you be doing in the future?
E Donald — Southport, Merseyside , UK — 06 Jun 2004 at 18:17:00
I think CGP books are really good and make revision much, much easier. I have tried others, pretty much everything, but CGP books make it the easiest to revise. Keep up the good work and the publishers deserve a big box of chocolates. Best Wishes.
Kalsoom Khan Khalil — , UK — 06 Jun 2004 at 17:24:00
More revision guides online for seperate sciences, for instance chemistry and physics
Anonymous — , UK — 06 Jun 2004 at 15:41:00
The CGP books are really helpful, with lots of colour and notes to make revision easier and concise even though there is a lot of dull stuff to learn. It pushes you further and if a student learns everything by heart from the books they whizz the exams, I have tried that and it helped me get my A's and even A* in science, just want to thank you for your superior help.
Guffrines — , UK — 06 Jun 2004 at 14:04:00
Your site is ok, but you need to have some case studies and online revision like others do.
Tara — , UK — 06 Jun 2004 at 13:01:00
What is the quickest way to send 5 private home orders to CGP?
Marian Craig — Glasgow , UK — 05 Jun 2004 at 15:53:00
Hi! I find your books really, really useful and used them for nearly all of my GCSE subjects. I am now doing AS levels and want to carry on in to A2, I have got your biology and chemistry revision books but you don't seem to do them for many other subjects, is there a reason for this? Also you don't do books for A2, what am I going to do? Thanks
Anonymous — , UK — 05 Jun 2004 at 12:09:00
You should get A/AS business studies, or do you have these books out already? Also English A/AS level will be great. Your guides and layouts are amazing and I'll buy every single available book I need, and I recommend them to my friends too. I especially like the Complete Revision and Practise for GCSE they helped me more than the text books my teachers gave me. And I'm looking forward to buying the books for AS level in the summer ready for next year. Thank you for your help!
Peter Visser — Ramsgate, Kent , UK — 04 Jun 2004 at 22:35:00
I love your revision guides and workbooks! They are the only revision books I find actually work. Must be the corny jokes on every page. No one else does revision books like you. Are you planning to make any Latin revision guides for GCSE or A Level? Only, I reckon I could do with one sometimes!
Cheez-E — , UK — 04 Jun 2004 at 20:33:00
This would be better if you could print some questions and answers off.
Clare Rogers — Deeside, Flintshire , UK — 04 Jun 2004 at 16:41:00
Hi I really like your maths and science books, there is just one problem when you do the end of module tests you don't know if you are getting them right or wrong as there are no answers! I think this needs to be thought about in the future.
Lucy — , UK — 04 Jun 2004 at 11:40:00
I am studying Double Awards GCSE OCR for Science. It's a challenge to me to learn that much information. It would be great if CGP would put together a Double Awards Science GCSE OCR if possible. Oh and Foundation level, I nearly forgot to mention! Many of the students who go to the same school as me need the same requirement. Or if there is already one available, please email me, so we can order it. If we do or buy it at nearest bookshop, it'll be a grade booster! Thank you! PS The jokes are cheesy but it keeps me smiling and revising! So it does kind of work!
Hoi-Lam — Redditch , UK — 03 Jun 2004 at 23:20:00
I love your books and everything, they are really cool, but I am searching for some sort of revision for SHP history and there does not seem to be anything about Elizabethans which is what I need to revise. Perhaps I have just missed it or something or if you don't do it could you recommend anything for me to look at. It really would be a great help. Thanks.
Charli — , UK — 03 Jun 2004 at 17:21:00
CGP books are so good!
Anonymous — , UK — 03 Jun 2004 at 16:43:00
Does anyone know where you can get CGP GCSE Spanish complete revision & practice? is there one at all? Thanks
Portia — , UK — 03 Jun 2004 at 14:57:00
I think this website is class! I think you could maybe do more practise tests on all areas of science though!
Stephanie Jepson — , UK — 02 Jun 2004 at 23:06:00
I have purchased the modular science final exam revision guide at foundation level. I am finding it hard to decide whether I am giving full or correct answers to the end of module questions. Please can you reply as soon as possible. Thank you.
Michelle Wilkin — , UK — 02 Jun 2004 at 21:07:00
Hi CGP. I am enjoying my half term break at the moment working hard on my contemporary dance routines. I would like to once again commend you on your hard work and dedication.. Bravo CGP, Encore!
Spike Charman — , UK — 02 Jun 2004 at 16:00:00
I recently received my AS revision guide for Physics, and I love it! I swear, more has sunk in in the past two days than the last year! I've recommended it to practically everyone I know who's doing Physics, and even those who don't. My only regret is that there isn't AS revision guides for my other subjects! Thanks CGP, your books are amazing.
Joe Rubel — Portishead, Bristol , UK — 02 Jun 2004 at 14:07:00
My daughter has a science exam on Monday is there anything I can do to help her?
Dizzy — , UK — 02 Jun 2004 at 13:31:00
Hi, I just want to say that you're doing a great job with your books, I'm going through the separate sciences one at the moment and finding it really useful. Just thought you deserved a little praise. I was getting a bit confused before, but your books really helped me out, thanks a lot.
James Foreman — , UK — 01 Jun 2004 at 22:31:00
I am in year 7 at school, tests are coming up. I was wondering, do you do the bundle of books for maths and science for my year like you do for year 5/6? Also do you sell history, geography and French workbooks. Keep up the good work.
Jenny Powell — Sittingbourne, Kent , UK — 01 Jun 2004 at 19:44:00
Is the AS level necessary formulas up online yet? I couldn't find it when I looked for a student. Many thanks.
Shelley Brooks — Crawley, W.Sussex , UK — 01 Jun 2004 at 18:39:00
Hi, I think CGP workbooks & revision guides are 100% ace! They are so cool, funny and educating. It really teaches you the stuff in a fun way.
Yoel Yitzchak Lax — Finchley, London , UK — 01 Jun 2004 at 15:50:00
The books are very useful and the diagrams and pictures help me to study.
Philippa Henderson — Thornton Heath, Surrey , UK — 01 Jun 2004 at 14:52:00
It's really helpful but on the practice exercises, when you click the 'show answers' button after completing an exercise the answers don't stay on long enough for you to read and revise them. apart from that it is a really good website. Thanks.
Jane — , UK — 01 Jun 2004 at 14:24:00
Is it OK to add a link to your site from our school site so it is easy for kids to access at home? Give my regards to Richard.
Gillian Hartley — Seascale Primary School, Seacs, UK — 01 Jun 2004 at 14:21:00
I've emailed you twice, and this is my second note in the guestbook! Would someone please answer me! I need to know the soonest I can get my books that I ordered. Wednesday would be brilliant... but today is Tuesday... please get back to me! (PS love your books - that's why I need them!)
Rebecca — Crawfordsburn, Northern Irelan, UK — 01 Jun 2004 at 13:40:00