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Guestbook Archive - September 2004

Very important! Hi, in your ks3 book you are brilliant, although you have an incorrect method which could confuse the simple minded. Page 2, prime factors, says to find out if a number is prime (up to 120) divide by 3 and 7 if the answer is not whole it is prime. Try this method on no 64, change it and acknowledge please.

Aneka Jhass — , UK — 29 Sep 2004 at 20:48:00

I have 2 different revision 1 CGP and 1 from another source, but guess which one I use, CGP your books are the best.

Anonymous — , UK — 29 Sep 2004 at 20:24:00

I am so pleased about your GCSE books. But I am really concerned about when I am doing A-Levels. The thing is, there are not enough books for AS Level and there is not even a single book for A2! So, please, produce a wide range of subjects for these series as soon as possible as I found other revision guides more difficult to use. CGP is the easiest revision guide I can learn.

Matthew Man — , UK — 29 Sep 2004 at 18:46:00

Oh my god, your books are so good! I was expecting to get a C in my GCSE History, then I bought the big history revision book from you, and I got an A*! All my teachers were amazed! Now at A-level I am definitely going to buy the Science and Maths CGP revision books! Thank you CGP!

Tom — , UK — 29 Sep 2004 at 18:35:00

Thanks CGP. Your books are fantastic and they really help me out, especially now that I have SATs and I'm trying to understand Macbeth. Thanks

Roshni — , UK — 29 Sep 2004 at 17:08:00

I want to be good at SATs!

Saleha — , UK — 28 Sep 2004 at 18:58:00

Have used your revision and work books last year for key stage 2 and 3 - am now looking for GCSE revision books for 2005/2006 - they were a tremendous help. Thanks.

Amanda Browne — Frimley, Camberley, , UK — 28 Sep 2004 at 18:29:00

I think your books are excellent, keep it up.

Bilal — , UK — 28 Sep 2004 at 17:41:00

Let the students aim there higher grades. I think CGP study books are really good to study keep, it up. </b

</b — , UK — 28 Sep 2004 at 17:41:00

I have not seen a key (using keys page 30-31 KS2) in the book. Can you please send me a key to my address. Thank you.

Ashish — London, , UK — 28 Sep 2004 at 17:41:00

I think CGP study books are really good to study, keep it up.

Mannie — , UK — 27 Sep 2004 at 08:17:00

I have used your books for my revision for lots of tests and I think they are excellent!

Daniel Charlton — Preston, Lancashire, , UK — 26 Sep 2004 at 14:47:00

Great website, your books look very exciting for both Teachers and Students.

Kathleen Bryan — Leamington Spa, , UK — 26 Sep 2004 at 11:07:00

I love CGP books. They are so helpful and creative. I have just started my GCSEs and I find them so fun to read, and educational too.

Jennie — , UK — 26 Sep 2004 at 10:14:00

Do you have plans to produce a GCSE Spanish book in the near future please? Desperately seeking help.

Brown — Grimsby, , UK — 25 Sep 2004 at 16:07:00

Are you going to bring out an AS/A-level ICT revision guide, because quite frankly I think you should! Thanks.

Rob — , UK — 24 Sep 2004 at 15:39:00

I think the website should be more funny, with more animations.

Aisha Afzal — Blackburn, , UK — 24 Sep 2004 at 11:56:00

Where were you thirty years ago... I left school at fifteen with no G.C.E.'s and only nine C.S.E.'s (some parents reading this will know what they were, if you don't know ask them). Having been to night classes (now I have some spare time) and studied both Maths and English at Higher level (previously got C.S.E. grades 4 and 2 respectively), this summer I was rewarded with a B in Maths and an A in English. This I can only put down to the use of materials available. Your study books being the material of choice. Many thanks. Now for 'A' Level Maths.

Aisha Afzal — Blackburn, , UK — 24 Sep 2004 at 11:56:00

Nice books and revision.

Polly — , UK — 23 Sep 2004 at 20:02:00

I really think that your books are great. I am in year 7 now. Before I started my SATS I revised with your books and thanks to you I got level 5 for all. Thank you so much. I have now got all your KS3 books and also your books aren't boring like the other company's. You rule CGP!

Nur-Diyar — , UK — 23 Sep 2004 at 18:00:00

Why don't you have the answers in the back of the books, it helps for parents to check their child's homework </b

Katie — Penydarren, Merthyr Tydfil, , UK — 23 Sep 2004 at 16:53:00

Would you please make an A2 range of books for biology, chemistry and psychology because I don't know how I'm going to cope next year without them! And is there any chance of any past papers being made as well, because there are no answers in the back of the psychology books and the maths ones I had for GCSE were really useful.

Katie — Penydarren, Merthyr Tydfil, , UK — 23 Sep 2004 at 16:53:00

Thanks to all you guys at CGP

Kay — Harrow, , UK — 22 Sep 2004 at 21:01:00

Please make a Welsh Second Language revision guide - no other publisher has made one so I can assure you that you will make tons!

Chris — , UK — 22 Sep 2004 at 19:42:00

Will you please make a book for GCSE Latin and Northern Ireland history. I got all 7s in my key stage 3s thanks to days of studying with your books!

Anonymous — , Ireland — 22 Sep 2004 at 17:18:00

If possible, I would request you to send me the list of guides, via my email address, that I will need for year 11 GCSE.  I would like the Maths to be intermediate, and request that the guides are revision book, workbook and answer book.  Look forward to hearing from you.

Chloe — , UK — 22 Sep 2004 at 10:24:00

What can I say?  I'm deeply shocked by how good your books are!  Thank you CGP for helping me pass my KS3 exams!  I would be delighted if you could help me in the same way for my GCSE exams!

Naz — Preston, , UK — 22 Sep 2004 at 08:26:00

How do I order your books from the Bahamas, cost and shipment time?

Lisa Rolle — , Bahamas — 22 Sep 2004 at 00:11:00

Suggestions for future guides: "The Merchant of Venice", "Journeys End", Economics, Statistics, Sociology, Latin, Italian, Russian, Psychology (GCSE)

D.R.Thompson — Deal, Kent, , UK — 21 Sep 2004 at 14:00:00

CGP books are great, really got me through my GCSEs. But, please consider adding more books to your AS/A Level section. RS/Philosophy would be great, as would History & Politics!

D.R.Thompson — Deal, Kent, , UK — 21 Sep 2004 at 14:00:00

Hi, I was wondering if you can send me a catalogue containing all the revision guides needed for GCSE. Thank you.

Suraj Mistry — Leicester, , UK — 20 Sep 2004 at 20:00:00

Great site

Miss Marie Yoh — , UK — 20 Sep 2004 at 17:16:00

I think the web is fab and it helped me a lot with my test.

Louana Honeysuckle — , UK — 20 Sep 2004 at 15:44:00

I think your site is well boring! The books are hard to understand! And you lie about delivery!

Cady — , UK — 20 Sep 2004 at 15:35:00

I have been looking everywhere and the shops don't seem to do a GCSE Electronics revision guide.  Electronics is one of my weakest subjects so I need the help.  Please e-mail me a.s.a.p. with any info.  Please, please say you do do one!

Danny Leaf — Copmanthorpe, , UK — 19 Sep 2004 at 21:33:00

Your books are so helpful and helped me achieve A's and B's in my GCSE's! They're written in a way we understand them!

Laura Hardy — , UK — 19 Sep 2004 at 20:34:00

I cannot thank you enough for the great books CGP make! I've just started yr10 and last year I took my SATS as well as a Media Studies GCSE.  Part of both exams was studying Macbeth — at first it seemed impossible but then my friends and I all bought your revision guide and we all came out with B's! Thanks!

Lily — Cambs, , UK — 19 Sep 2004 at 17:04:00

I thought this site was brilliant and for the quality of the books the price is extremely reasonable. Thank You.

Sophie Thomas — , UK — 19 Sep 2004 at 12:34:00

The books from CGP are great — I'm using them for SATS because they are BRILLIANT!

Jasmine — , UK — 19 Sep 2004 at 11:12:00

I am currently using your books for my GCSE revision, thanks a lot! The books really speak our language!

Aleem Lalani — London, , UK — 18 Sep 2004 at 20:30:00

Your books are so helpful, I spend over 50 pounds a year to get the latest editions.  Good luck with your business.

Sonia Lola — Wokingham, , UK — 18 Sep 2004 at 19:20:00

I like the site — it is much better than I expected.

Brooke — Willesden, , UK — 18 Sep 2004 at 17:31:00

I think your books are great and I love to read them when I'm revising for an exam! Thanks CGP

Emily Williams — Cardiff, , UK — 18 Sep 2004 at 17:10:00

Well some more, anyway.

Ron P. — , UK — 18 Sep 2004 at 08:24:00

Make some AS/A-Level books!

Ron P. — , UK — 18 Sep 2004 at 08:23:00

y have the notes at home. Anyway, I really would recommend these books, because you will definitely see results. Of course, it depends on you as well, and if you can be bothered, but if you can, CGP books really are the way to go.

Lucy — , UK — 17 Sep 2004 at 22:13:00

CGP know how to take boring homework and in my case turn it into an adventure.  My favourite subject is Maths and thanks to CGP I am passing all my tests! Thanks CGP — you're the best in learning! Please email me!

Louise — Wolverhampton, , UK — 17 Sep 2004 at 14:01:00

I ordered your Maths revision guide for myself yesterday and have received it today - it couldn't be any better! Excellent service and an excellent book - let's just hope I get my predicted A*! Thanks!</b

Louise — Wolverhampton, , UK — 17 Sep 2004 at 14:01:00

Your book are so helpful!

Sophie — , UK — 16 Sep 2004 at 17:10:00

I think that your books are great! They are very educational.

Lara Vella — , Malta — 16 Sep 2004 at 15:31:00

Hi, my brother and I have always used your books and think that they are great. I am doing my GCSEs now, but have found that there is no guide for the play 'View from a Bridge', or tips on writing essays on 'Great Expectaions'. As I am studying the opening of 2 Great Expectations films for my media studies coursework. Thanks.

Jessica Hollow — Penzance, Cornwall , UK — 15 Sep 2004 at 20:52:00

I think that the books are great and I use them loads, but I am doing GCSE Electronic Products. Is there going to be a book for it? I really need one! </b

Kate — Kintbury , UK — 15 Sep 2004 at 20:52:00

I think the CGP books are great and very useful as I use them for all types of studying, especially for my exams.

Nazmeen Akhatr — Birmingham, , UK — 13 Sep 2004 at 23:33:00

The CGP books helped me achieve very pleasing GCSE results and I will be purchasing A level books as well! However I find it hard to believe there are no CGP Media Studies books! So many people take media nowadays (myself included), you would think there would be at least one CGP book on the subject! But then again I've done no market research beyond my own A-level class so I could be wrong!

Anonymous — , UK — 13 Sep 2004 at 19:09:00

Have used your books since middle school - they are brilliant and really helpful and easy to understand.

Susanne and Andrew Riley — , UK — 13 Sep 2004 at 17:27:00

These books are great value.

Alex Hickman — Wednesbury, , UK — 13 Sep 2004 at 16:58:00

I'm just starting my AS level courses and have found you only do a revision guide for one of my subjects Sociology! Will there be any revision guides for history English literature and French?

Sarah Martin — London , UK — 13 Sep 2004 at 15:59:00

I would like to thank you for making such excellent books, I started to use them last year for my son Andrew's SATS in October and he improved so much that his expected grades went up and he did even better on the SATS. Doing a little bit each day and following your instructions and tips he did very well indeed. I now have some of the GCSE books and have started him on them as well, we make it fun and he looks forward to the 20-minute study time! Thank you.

Liza Boyce — Sandgate , Kent, , UK — 12 Sep 2004 at 21:39:00

Great books, amusing as well as effective, really helped me with my GCSEs. Just wondering if there will be an AS Economics revision guide anytime soon.

Kurt — Harrow, NW London, , UK — 12 Sep 2004 at 18:21:00

Can you please make new geography revision books for AS/A level I could really do with some. Thank you.

Mary — , UK — 12 Sep 2004 at 15:34:00

I am studying Romeo and Juliet for GCSE English. I Understand the play but I think if I knew more about the facts of the play, and what it really means I would understand it better. If anyone knows any handy websites apart from this one please tell me. Thanks.

Nicola — Lordswood, Chatham, , UK — 12 Sep 2004 at 14:54:00

Your revision guide for KS 3 science is 1st class! I revised from your book for my exam and I got a level 7, thanks CGP!

Claz L — , UK — 12 Sep 2004 at 10:52:00

The books are great

William Hazlehurst — London , UK — 12 Sep 2004 at 10:16:00

I want the KS3 3-6 level book

Sophie Davis — Newhaven, East Sussex, , UK — 11 Sep 2004 at 21:32:00

You shouldl let us look at the books on the internet. There's nothing about the 7 life processes.

Gurkiran — , UK — 11 Sep 2004 at 19:48:00

I think CGP books are the best thing since England won the gold medals at the Olympics. They are great for homework and revision.

Natalie Chindipha — London, , UK — 11 Sep 2004 at 17:15:00

I have difficulty in year 6! Please help.

Kulsum — , UK — 11 Sep 2004 at 13:08:00

Can I have a free catalogue please. And can I just say - keep up the good work.

Mitch Relph — , UK — 11 Sep 2004 at 10:09:00

Hiya! I think your books are the best and are so great. However I do really wish you had A-Level Chemistry and Biology AQA. Please can you make one! It would be so so helpful.

Marsha Siu — , UK — 11 Sep 2004 at 09:43:00

Hello, I am currently studying for my AS levels, I have chosen rural science and there seems to be no books at all. I have looked everywhere, so it would be great if you would make one in the very, very near future, as it's a hard subject and is becoming more and more popular. And also for photography! That would be very much appreciated. Thanks

Emma — , UK — 10 Sep 2004 at 20:43:00

More activities please.

Wmsholi — , UK — 10 Sep 2004 at 20:05:00

I found that your information on revision books was more than helpful but your practise tests on French were VERY poor as it works out to be incorrect especially the French crossword, I do not know what the answer is supposed to be, but it certainly is not what it is!

Danielle Louis-Smith — , UK — 10 Sep 2004 at 20:01:00

I think that CGP guides are really good and I learn a lot from them! However, I have just started year 10 and I was wondering whether a Media Studies Guide would be available? Thank you.

Ellie Downey — Norton, Stourbridge, , UK — 10 Sep 2004 at 19:30:00

Excellent! But we need more practical books in Welsh (i.e. textiles)

Claire West — Aberdare, , UK — 10 Sep 2004 at 15:30:00

I love your books! Just a quick question... do you do A level revision books or do the AS ones cover some of the A2 course? Thanks.

Sam — Basingstoke Hants, , UK — 10 Sep 2004 at 14:38:00

Hi CGP, your books are absolutely great. I use them wherever possible. I was wondering if you were going to make AS & A2 level books for the Chemistry OCR A specification, because I can't find this. Also are you going to make a book for the A2 exam for AQA B in Biology (because you have for AS) and an AS book for History OCR?

Suhail — , UK — 09 Sep 2004 at 21:19:00

I would like to know the price of the revision books in the local shops, and what shops can you buy them from?

Alexandra Burley — Telford, Shropshire, , UK — 09 Sep 2004 at 20:33:00

I tried your revision tests. I thought they were not very helpful because I typed the right answers in in capitals but they came wrong because they were small letters.

Harsh Vekaria — , UK — 09 Sep 2004 at 18:42:00

I thought the revision online was good and the books I have bought for my KS2 and KS3 SATS are also really good.

Vanessa Parmar — Birmingham, , UK — 09 Sep 2004 at 18:31:00

I think that the CGP books are an excellent way of learning. The jokes that are associated with each topic make you laugh. So when you need a fact, you remember the joke because it made you laugh, which prompts the recall of the fact. The best way of learning if you ask me. I have the GCSE Higher Tier guides for Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. Also, I am planning to buy books for the rest of the subjects that I am taking because of how much I like my existing ones. Thanks CGP, and I hope that your books help me get the grades that I want.

Anonymous — , UK — 09 Sep 2004 at 18:19:00

I really find all the books that have use in my GCSE are great to use in the English book. The other thing is that you have not got GNVQ health and Social Care. Please could you let know when you have one in please.

Abigail Kemp — , UK — 09 Sep 2004 at 14:18:00

I need help on writing an essay on the matchstick girls strike. Could you please help me.

Ijeoma — , UK — 07 Sep 2004 at 23:05:00

CGP books are great

Limiah Mekkaoui — , UK — 07 Sep 2004 at 21:27:00

I found the CGP books very interesting. I have some myself at home like all the science GCSE books and one ICT book. I know I have the GCSE book and I am only in year 8 but I find it very useful. The one problem is you do not have much about cells, like human cells and animal cells but you still have plant cells. Well thank you very much for the books and your time.

Claire Provost-Appleby — , UK — 07 Sep 2004 at 19:20:00

To CGP, thank you for helping me get L5's in all of my SATS. My sister is in yr2 now and is going to be doing her KS1 SATS. So we will be going shopping for your books soon! Thank you again.

Dave Sharma — Peterborough, Cambs, , UK — 07 Sep 2004 at 16:50:00

Please could you consider making a child development work book, I find the Science ones invaluable!

Mrs Bollom — , UK — 07 Sep 2004 at 09:27:00

Hi I think this website is helpful, but I feel that I need in-depth help with biology chemistry and psychology. Can you recommend any books? I've also realised they are £12 a book and I usually get 1 or 2 revision guides for each subject. Is there no way which I could get them any cheaper because my school hasn't ordered any. They've told us to buy our own, although they know the money difference. Any way, keep up the good work and I like the humour, although occasionally there have been times where I have thought I could've made a better joke, (only joking)!

Amirah Iqbal — Perry Barr, Birmingham, , UK — 06 Sep 2004 at 22:26:00

I want to answer sheets without I buy the books.

Ramy — Nasr City, Eldrasa, , Kuwait — 05 Sep 2004 at 17:26:00

Almighty CGP! I owe everything to you. Because of your superb books, in my KS3 SAT's I managed to get a level 7 in Science, a level 7 in English (and the highest score) and I was the only one to get a level 8 for Maths in my year! Your books tell kids what they need to know but manage to do it in an interesting and, of course, amusing style. Keep it up!

Matthew — Huddersfield, , UK — 05 Sep 2004 at 17:13:00

How did everyone do in their GCSE examinations? Just out of interest, as I'm considering buying CGP books and I need to know how good ( or bad) they are. Apparently they're a lot better than others. Thanks.

Martin Gibson — , UK — 05 Sep 2004 at 11:55:00

CGP revision guides have really helped in revising for my GCSEs. With their help I was able to achieve 4A*'s and 7 A's - Thanks CGP!

Jason — Suffolk, , UK — 04 Sep 2004 at 17:15:00

I love your revision books - they are great help! Although it would be good if you did a book for 'GCSE Classical Civilisation'!

Andy Walker-Smith — Claygate, Surrey, , UK — 03 Sep 2004 at 19:26:00

Your books are great, especially the single science revision guide. I came in the top 5 people in the country using only your guide, despite doing the exams in hospital with a patch over one eye!

Ollie — , UK — 03 Sep 2004 at 19:14:00

A great big thank you to you all. My son just achieved 1 A*,7 A and 2B grades at GCSE all thanks to your work books and revision guides. Looking forward to the new Geography and PE books coming out for AS/A levels.

Marinella Hollies — , UK — 03 Sep 2004 at 11:33:00

I think CGP is absolutely fantastic - by using it I obtained really good grades, so keep making books for us, they're brilliant. Thank you!

Abi — Essex, , UK — 02 Sep 2004 at 22:05:00

When I was in year 6 I wasn't doing well and on the practice SATS I got a level 3 so I got the study book and I got a level 5. Now I have finished year 7 and am really struggling in maths, but I have recently got the book and it has already helped.

Grace — , UK — 02 Sep 2004 at 18:01:00

I think that the CGP books are an excellent way of learning. The jokes that are associated with each topic make you laugh. So when you need a fact, you remember the joke because it made you laugh, which prompts the recall of the fact. The best way of learning if you ask me. I have the GCSE Higher Tier guides for Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. Also, I am planning to buy books for the rest of the subjects that I am taking because of how much I like my existing ones. Thanks CGP, and I hope that your books help me get the grades that I want.

John — , UK — 02 Sep 2004 at 16:53:00

Hi, Your KS2 Maths book helped me a lot. I'm learning my 6 times table, and now I know it thanks to you. Me and my big sister have 3 of your books all together. My mum and dad said I could get some more CGP books. Thanks.

Shreya Pankhania — Ealing London , UK — 02 Sep 2004 at 13:59:00

I find this website really useful as a student because it provides me with useful thing about education.

Sarah Afrifa — Enfield Middlesex, , UK — 02 Sep 2004 at 13:04:00

My daughter has just gone to high school and is expected to have a maths test very soon therefore I looked up this web site to see if I could find a key stage 3 book that might help. I have several of your books already. Thanks.

Lesley Horne — Duns, , UK — 02 Sep 2004 at 09:25:00

We have just purchased all the course books for New Clait which we are finding very useful. I have looked on the site for the same material for Clait+ but can't find any, will this be available in the future.

Linzi Whittle — Preston College Business Servi, UK — 01 Sep 2004 at 15:26:00

Yes, I very much enjoy your books but do note in one of the KS3 science workbooks (towards the back of the book, there are quite a few errors! Anyway how can I get like a catalogue or some leaflet about your books?

Abita — Surrey, , UK — 01 Sep 2004 at 14:31:00