Guestbook Archive - August 2007
Are you looking to broaden the range of your AS and A2 level materials? Politics for example? Would you commission writers?
Claire Knipe — London, United Kingdom — 30 Aug 2007 at 16:01:09
Guestbook Editor: If you are interested in writing for CGP the best thing to do is take a look at the 'Jobs at CGP' part of our website.
Your books have helped me a lot, I really appreciate it. Thanks to your books, I got 1 A, 3 Bs and 5 Cs in my GCSEs :). Thanks for all your help. Keep up the good work!
J.P — , United Kingdom — 30 Aug 2007 at 10:26:43
CGP books are very good to learn with, they are not absurd or abhorrent. Those books teach me a lot.
Bijal Amin — London, United Kingdom — 29 Aug 2007 at 21:14:45
An easy to use site - just as good as the products you sell. Thank you
Lynda Owen — Waterlooville, United Kingdom — 28 Aug 2007 at 21:51:34
I really love your books! It would really help if you did one in Latin and Italian! I know the Latin is a lot to ask for since not many do it but it would really help! :-)
Lauren — Oxford, United Kingdom — 28 Aug 2007 at 20:18:27
I like the CGP Book website, it teaches me a lot.
Masuma — London, United Kingdom — 27 Aug 2007 at 17:10:48
I am looking forward to revising from CGP. I'm in year 9. Hopefully I will get a good report.
Bob — Daies, United Kingdom — 27 Aug 2007 at 12:23:54
Excellent books, perfect for the beginning of my GCSE course in year 10, and I wouldn't have gained my IT GCSE A* 2 years early without your books so thanks very much! I love the funny comments too!
Lorna Sandison — Bourne, United Kingdom — 26 Aug 2007 at 18:57:15
Have you got any AS level Law revision guides? I can't find one anywhere and desperately need one.
Sam — Nottingham, United Kingdom — 26 Aug 2007 at 16:20:25
Guestbook Editor: Thanks for your comment. We're afraid we don't have any AS Law books at the moment, but they're on our list of books we'd like to make when we have some time available. All our new books are shown on our website so keep checking to see what our latest books are.
Wow! I passed my GCSEs with 8 A*s and 1 A... I owe a lot to you guys... thanks again! The only things you need are 1 A3 sheet, the CGP revision guides, some coloured pencils and a quiet library (in my case, that of Bradford). Thank you again! Honestly, these are the best in the market.
Hngshin Williams — Wilsden, United Kingdom — 25 Aug 2007 at 18:27:05
I love your books and have just bought the books I need for my GCSE revision.
Cheers for all the help through SATS and hopefully GCSE! (crosses fingers)
Jacob Tyers — Ripley, United Kingdom — 25 Aug 2007 at 15:45:35
Learning is fun with CGP books. I never got bored whilst studying. It helped me achieve my goals in GCSE Maths. I recommend to all students out there that no books can beat CGP.
Waquas — Chelmsford, United Kingdom — 25 Aug 2007 at 12:33:08
I have never seen such useful, funny and brain twisting books before! CGP books are the best studying books I've ever seen! Cool pictures and awesome jokes! KEEP IT UP!
Ramla — Leicester, United Kingdom — 24 Aug 2007 at 14:47:03
CGP ROCKS! I used both the psychology and sociology for AS and passed both :D yay! Unfortunately next year I will be without the psychology A2 guide because you don't seem to do it or I just can't find it.
Danielle Siddon — Leicester, United Kingdom — 23 Aug 2007 at 08:28:20
Guestbook Editor: We're really sorry but we've not yet written an A2 level psychology book. Hope you do brilliantly well in the exam though.
I did my SATS a couple of months ago. My score was great! People asked me what books I studied from. And I told them I studied all the CGP books. I also said it had useful advice,simple explanations and funny jokes! Keep it up!
abbey-katie — london, United Kingdom — 22 Aug 2007 at 21:15:01
I found the books not very useful, sorry!
The jokes aren't funny and sometimes the book can be very unclear and doesn't go into enough detail.
helen — hants, United Kingdom — 22 Aug 2007 at 18:03:15
Hello my name is Prishi - I like the shiny covers and really funny jokes you put into the books - it lightens me up when I am depressed and I can't stop laughing. I want to take Music and Chinese for G.C.S.E and who better to ask than my favourite revision helpers. Are you going to create a Music and Chinese book? If not I am still your number one fan.
Prishi - nine years old.
Prishi — London, United Kingdom — 21 Aug 2007 at 09:39:33
Guestbook Editor: Thanks for your comments - we're really chuffed that you love our books so much. We do have some books for GCSE Music - you can see them on the GCSE section of our website. We don't have any Chinese books at the moment - but maybe we'll have written some by the time you do your GCSEs. When we publish new books you can see them on the 'What's New' part of our website.
What great books, worth every penny, even just for the poor jokes.
Keep it up!
Dave Cooper — Aberdeen, United Kingdom — 20 Aug 2007 at 21:49:32
Provides good support material without crowding it with excessive words. Especially beneficial for students from this part of the world where English is not their first language.
Susanna — Doha , Qatar — 20 Aug 2007 at 16:39:07
I love CGP books
Nirusha — Mitcham , United Kingdom — 19 Aug 2007 at 18:46:29
I wondered whether you would consider producing a French Revision Book beyond GCSE Level. Additional tenses and grammar are covered as part of A Level and Adult Education studies and I like the style of your books more than most others. Many thanks
Caroline Hearne — Hurst , United Kingdom — 18 Aug 2007 at 11:54:20
I love CGP books because they add a little bit of fun to studying. I just wanted to say thanks because your mathmatics revision book L3-6 got me a level 6, top of the class and an extra special mention in my assembly and a book token, which I am going to use to purchase another one of your books because I think I am going to move to the top set. And again thanks loads. xx
chloe — london, United Kingdom — 15 Aug 2007 at 06:24:14
I am a parent of four children who bought quite a lot of books from your company. Just a suggestion-
you have only reasoning for 11+ exams. I think that if you would develop different packs in English, Maths, VR & NVR, people would buy them a lot. I personally would recommend them to everyone as your books generally are excellent. It is a pity that I can not find enough resources for 11 plus selection tests from your company.
VLADA — LONDON, United Kingdom — 11 Aug 2007 at 17:58:37
A very professional service! Would use again to purchase more books.
Mr Cook — Koh Samui, Thailand — 08 Aug 2007 at 15:16:18
How come there are no sociology revision guides for AS and GCSE?
Andrea — London, United Kingdom — 07 Aug 2007 at 11:57:42
Guestbook Editor: We do have some AS and A2 Sociology Guides - you can see them if you look under 'Other' on our website. We don't have any for GCSE at the moment, but we may publish some in the future - if we do they'll appear on the What's New part of our website.
(Commenting on book MHR42, GCSE Maths Revision Guide - Higher
OK... I used the old CGP maths book, but it was fantastic! It helped me get my a*!
Whoop! So I would urge everybody to get this book!
ciara — , United Kingdom — 04 Aug 2007 at 15:35:53
ur books r da best!!!!!
... — london , United Kingdom — 02 Aug 2007 at 12:13:36
Why don't you have a French AS / A2 revision guide?
Lucy — , United Kingdom — 02 Aug 2007 at 01:28:45
CGP books are great- so I was hoping to use them for my AS and A level revision, but there were no books for law or economics. It would be really good if you could provide these subjects please.
Alia — Birmingham, United Kingdom — 01 Aug 2007 at 19:59:54