Guestbook Archive - August 2004
I am only twelve but I love your website and your books. I think that they are amazing because you can learn everything that is meant for a few years in roughly about 100 pages, which is amazing so I would recommend making about four or five books of each subject for everyone. Anyway must be going and by the way I love the website. Thanks.
Georgie — Cranbrook, , UK — 30 Aug 2004 at 16:14:00
Have you considered making the GCSE Maths mock examination papers available to students as well because it's very disappointing to see the GCSE Maths Paper range hasn't been extended?
Anthony Hole — , UK — 29 Aug 2004 at 17:27:00
I'd just like to say to all of you at CGP, thank you so much for all of the help that your books have given me over the past two years while I have been doing my GCSE course. They are so helpful and accurate and provided me with the exact information I needed for the exams. The use of wonderful illustrations and witty jokes provide entertainment and make the painstaking process of revision so much more fun! I was aiming for C's and B's at the beginning of year 10, but with the help of your books I have managed to get 7 A*s! This is solely down to the brilliance that are your revolutionary books, so a big hug and thank you to every member of your team!
Ruairi Edwards — , UK — 28 Aug 2004 at 19:31:00
I have ordered a copy of KS3 ICT The Study Guide - I need the book, please can you get it to me ASAP.
Prabjit Singh — Southall, , UK — 28 Aug 2004 at 16:16:00
My daughter is in year 8 and learning Spanish — your French KS3 book is great and we were wondering if you are going to do a similar book for Spanish? We really need help with pronunciation of Spanish as it is very hard to separate sounds from tapes and TV programs.
A Russen — West Hagbourn, , UK — 28 Aug 2004 at 09:43:00
Your books were great — thanks so much for the help.. They helped me a lot in my revision and now I achieved the grades I wanted! Thanks! Can you please tell me where I could get an AQA Modular Higher tier Maths GCSE Revision Guide.. Thanks.
Maz — , UK — 27 Aug 2004 at 22:18:00
The CGP books are very clearly written. I did very well in my KS3 SATS this year. I got L5's in English, L6A in Maths,& L6 in Science. I'm going to start GCSE work after the holidays. Thankyou!
Sarah — Barkingside, , UK — 27 Aug 2004 at 15:44:00
Hey CGP, great books by the way. I was wondering if there will be an A level Biology Revision Guide coming out in the near future.
Jay — , Northern Ireland — 27 Aug 2004 at 14:48:00
Hello, my name is Hameraa. I would like more information on GCSE please.
Hameraa — , UK — 27 Aug 2004 at 13:15:00
Great books, excellent practice papers, super-fast delivery...what more could you ask for?
Asim D — , UK — 27 Aug 2004 at 11:35:00
I just got my GCSE results yesterday and I got an A* in all 10 of my subjects - I'm not bragging, but I would like this to serve as an indication of how useful your books are. I can confidently say that your books are the main reason why I achieved such high grades. I swear that one day when I get rich I shall donate millions to CGP!
Ronak Punjabi — , Hong Kong — 27 Aug 2004 at 08:41:00
Please send me some information about the tests.
Mohammed Awad — , UK — 26 Aug 2004 at 19:20:00
I purchased £79 pounds worth of book from you the other day and I think that all of them are worth every penny
Phil B — Walton On Trent, , UK — 26 Aug 2004 at 17:20:00
I would like help to do more on my English, because I need to get better! Please help me Jeeves.
Kayla McDermott — Hendon, Sunderland, , UK — 26 Aug 2004 at 12:51:00
Hi, just to say that you should really do a GCSE Latin revision book as they're really hard to find! Also an RE GCSE one would be good too! But apart from that your books are excellent and the best around, so keep doing amazing books and the jokes are funny even if people do say they are cheesy, they're just fun-cheese!
Jenny — , UK — 25 Aug 2004 at 15:58:00
I think these books are great! They really helped me with my SATS and are helping me with revision now. They are really simple to understand and they are the best!
Madison — , UK — 25 Aug 2004 at 15:22:00
Any chance that you might bring out a text guide to "To Kill A Mockingbird" for next years exams. It has been set here in Wales for a number of years. Also "The Merchant of Venice" which I am struggling with? Thanks for your books they are a great help.
S. James — , UK — 24 Aug 2004 at 22:14:00
I went on to KS3 maths revision and the first revision page said p18 of section 1 which was called using formulas, when I went to my maths book it wasn't using formulas it was called calculator buttons 3 and I can't find the using formulas page anywhere what do I do?
Miss Samantha Louise Wood — Atherstone, Warwickshire, , UK — 24 Aug 2004 at 17:18:00
I am due to take GCSEs next year and it's great to see the anthology book out for GCSE AQA Spec. A English. Any chance of developing a complete revision and practice book for GCSE RE-ers? I know there's a lot of demand, as is seen on this site. Please help, you wonderful CGP people!
Anonymous — , UK — 22 Aug 2004 at 21:01:00
r people's and I hope to purchase some of this material before the 2005 GCSE. Thank you.
Jessica Henson — Heartfordshire, , UK — 22 Aug 2004 at 16:25:00
I think that you should do free practice papers on your site because then young people will be able to do more revision for exams.
Sarah — , UK — 21 Aug 2004 at 22:51:00
I've recently completed a PGCE and I have received 1st class honours in a joint RE and French degree. Therefore, I'd like to see a GCSE and A-Level ''Complete Revision and Practice'' book for when I began teaching. Thanks.
Miss L Davis — , UK — 20 Aug 2004 at 14:13:00
These books are really good, they help well fine, but to me I know everything that is in them, which makes it boring
Jennifer Steadler — , UK — 20 Aug 2004 at 13:52:00
I've just received my AS Level results in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Psychology, and I am delighted thanks to your fantastic AS revision guides. I really, really hope that you will do A2 revision guides in time for my A2 exams - are there ANY plans to? I know that the AS revision guides were very popular at our school, and I don't know what we're going to do without your A2 revision guides next year! There are very few A2 revision guides around, and I'm sure they would be very popular - especially in science.
Dawn — , UK — 19 Aug 2004 at 19:14:00
Thank you for allowing children to have the best education they can have with your books. Thanks to the revision guides, I got better grades in my SATS than I expected. Therefore I am planning on buying £30 worth of these books for my GCSE's !
Jade — Newark Notts, , UK — 19 Aug 2004 at 12:45:00
Hi, I would like to thank you for all the help you have given me up to and through my GCSEs over the past few years, my studying has been made much easier. I would just like to ask you whether you could make some AS level books for AQA chemistry, AQA French, AQA modern Hebrew and Edexcel music really soon, because I would like to have some of your great books to help me, when sixth form starts, thanks a lot for the help already and good luck for the future.
Anonymous — , UK — 17 Aug 2004 at 23:16:00
The CGP books are really fantastic and have really cornered the market. They where really helpful in my AS exams, and I wanted to know if any new books would be coming out for A-level students?
Fara — , UK — 16 Aug 2004 at 19:07:00
I'm due to take up a new position teaching R.E. and I would like to see a ''Complete Revision + Practice'' book available for GCSE Religious Studies, preferably before 2005. Please consider it. Thank you.
Mr. Paul Hopkins — , UK — 16 Aug 2004 at 18:41:00
Hello, people of CGP books. My cousin Jonas, working the 12th class high school, did an amazing work, als a free study. Visiting England, he picked up the GCSE Mathematics Intermediate Level fifth Edition for 2001 Revisions Guide from a friend. That kind of school book was so exiting for him to read, that he started to translate it into German language. At least he decided to make this work as the 12th class year study. He did it well, without any scan or wordbook, only by the recourses of windows xp. Next Thursday, he has his presentation in front of all teachers and the whole school members. I thought, that is an interesting information for you, may be it's the first time, someone did something like that. May be, you can handle some words for good luck to Jonas. I'm sure it will give him help to make it well. By the way, your book for Jonas was the kick off to learn math easily with fun and great interest. Thanks a lot.
Stephan J. Roth — Hamburg, , Germany — 16 Aug 2004 at 14:01:00
I think the standard in the books for KS3 and GCSE are good in both variety and context, although, as good I am sure they are, there are no books specifically for A level studies, they are all directed at AS level. Are there any plans to bring out books of this kind, there really should because it is your companies downfall, you are loosing customers.
Jay — , UK — 15 Aug 2004 at 16:43:00
CGP books are the best revision books around. They make revision fun and easy. I first came across KS3 CGP books in school and since then I've bought all the ones I need for my GCSE's in 2005.
Geraint John — Glyncorrwg, Port Talbot, , UK — 15 Aug 2004 at 13:50:00
I think your books are really fantastic! I'm teaching myself Spanish at the moment, so I can get a head start when I go back to school in September. Any chance of a Spanish Workbook being published, it would help a lot. And what about Latin. We are only allowed one choice at school - Spanish or Latin. I choose Spanish but I want to learn Latin as well. I can teach myself but only with the help of CGP books. Please consider a Latin Revision Guide and workbook. I know a lot of people who would like to see it published. Please help!
Sarah — , UK — 14 Aug 2004 at 19:45:00
I think CGP Books are a great way for children and teenagers to learn all the tricky stuff in exams. I found them really useful to teach myself Spanish in the summer holidays... with the help of my CGP Books of course! Why not publish a Spanish Workbook. I think a lot of my friends and I would find that useful.
Laura — , UK — 14 Aug 2004 at 19:38:00
Thank you for these wonderful books! I really don't know what I would do without them, they are funny and interesting. Much better then any other revision books!
Jess Hannigan — , UK — 13 Aug 2004 at 16:20:00
This site is very helpful and the books are marvelous. Well done for all your hard work.
Samantha Thompson — Bridlington, , UK — 13 Aug 2004 at 14:55:00
d the word about how delightful you are. Mwah!
Anonymous — , UK — 12 Aug 2004 at 12:01:00
I really enjoy reading your fantastic CGP books.
Dipto — York, , UK — 11 Aug 2004 at 20:36:00
I've been looking through the archived entries in this guestbook and it seems there is a fair level of demand for a GCSE Complete Revision and Practice Book for General Certificate of Secondary Education Religious Studies (which, supplemented with Past Papers would be great)! Just sending in my comments to add my support to this request.
H.L.Gough — , UK — 11 Aug 2004 at 15:11:00
GCSE RE Complete revision practice would be much appreciated and business studies. Thanks.
Craig Petit — , UK — 11 Aug 2004 at 13:01:00
I'm planning to study the AQA AS Specification for Religious Studies and I'm very disappointed that you haven't considered developing a revision guide for this purpose! Also, I have friends who are doing GCSE RE and they would like to see a ''Complete Revision + Practice Book''. Thanks. Keep up the good work.
Ben Woodbridge — , UK — 11 Aug 2004 at 13:00:00
Excellent guides. Now how about some music and RS stuff at KS3 and AS/A2 level? You wonderful people you!
Angie — Yorkshire , UK — 11 Aug 2004 at 07:51:00
Great books! Worked a treat for helping me revise GCSE & AS's. However, you don't have any A2 Science revision books! Ones for Chemistry & Biology would be dandy! Any plans to start producing some? Otherwise, keep up the great work.
Koz — Bedfordshire , UK — 10 Aug 2004 at 15:01:00
Nice books, they are fantastic Keep up the good work
Motaz — Siena, , UK — 10 Aug 2004 at 12:00:00
This is my first time of ordering from Co-ordination Group Publications. I'm thrilled that you have so many resources on offer and supplemented with the GCSE Specifications, they make outstanding revision tools. I have just 1 recommendation however, I recommend that you expand your GCSE Geography and Religious Studies range - have you considered developing an RS ''Complete Revision + Practice'' book, for example, as I'm convinced such a publication would prove popular with many students, who attend schools where RS is compulsory at this level. Hope you will consider my comments and thanks again for producing books that are ''much better than any others on sale''!
Craig Hillman — , UK — 09 Aug 2004 at 10:04:00
I would just like to say that your books are brilliant, both my children are home educated following problems at school, i.e lack of concentrating and not understanding the lessons and getting behind, your books are fun, and you clearly are tuned into kids, I thought my son would never be able to sit a GCSE, but now I think he could, and I will be using your books to help him with that - thank you.
Tracy Thomas — Gillingham, Kent, , UK — 08 Aug 2004 at 21:35:00
I've used your books to get through my SATS and used the GCSE books as a guide for half my IGCSE studying. Please can you consider making some IGCSE books? They would be a big hit as IGCSE is becoming more and more popular worldwide. Plus many IGCSE schools use the GCSE books as a guide anyways. Only problem is that the syllabi are a bit different.
Frogster — Cairo, , Egypt — 08 Aug 2004 at 14:31:00
Just to say that your books are at the very highest standard possible. But I have 2 questions. 1. You are going to publish CLAIT books. What exactly is CLAIT and what age group is it aimed at? 2. The Monsters books look very nice. What material is actually contained inside these books. Apart from that, your books are wicked!
Matthew — , UK — 06 Aug 2004 at 21:38:00
I am starting my key stage 3 SATS this year and I am finding the revision books really helpful and easy to understand. Finally the idiot learns!
Sophie Williams — , UK — 05 Aug 2004 at 21:24:00
Your books are a life saver, using your books for revision is so fun!
Aboder Suwan — Birmingham, , UK — 05 Aug 2004 at 20:09:00
You should really do Spanish revision questions and a Spanish work book. Almost everyone I know does Spanish.
Anonymous — , UK — 05 Aug 2004 at 15:01:00
I love your books. you got me a level 8 in Maths, a level 7 in English and a level 8 in science, so thank you very much.
Saqib — London, , UK — 04 Aug 2004 at 15:52:00
Really found your AS Level books helpful and would love to have A level books. I see there is a lot of demand on the guestbook too. I hope you will be able to make some, especially for biology and psychology, an economics AS level would be good too!
Poh Leong Lim — , UK — 02 Aug 2004 at 21:59:00
The books are really helpful and great value for money.
Mrs S J Blackwell — Flintshire, , UK — 02 Aug 2004 at 19:50:00
I was greatly impressed by your school books, but am not sure what to order. Could kindly send me your free catalogue so that I can go through it. Thank you.
Vernancio Mari Chiduza — Hunslet Leeds, , UK — 02 Aug 2004 at 12:14:00