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Guestbook Archive - October 2007

Fantastic website - so easy to order. Looking forward to receiving the books. Thankyou.

Linda Dawson — Southampton, United Kingdom — 30 Oct 2007 at 22:52:10

(Commenting on book HHS41, GCSE History Complete Revision & Practice

I want to see all the pages

Ahmed — Cardiff, United Kingdom — 30 Oct 2007 at 20:42:01

You guys ROCK!

Moi — Birmingham, United Kingdom — 30 Oct 2007 at 19:27:47

Brilliant. Would have struggled to find info in the bookshop.

Isabel Black — Bracknell, United Kingdom — 29 Oct 2007 at 19:46:56

(Commenting on book EHW31M, KS3 English Workbook and Answerbook

This book is my favourite.

Qianyun — Kidsgrove, United Kingdom — 28 Oct 2007 at 19:42:09

I'm a 7 year old girl and my mum and dad bought
me the KS3 books and they have helped me a lot in my learning!

Qianyun — Kidsgrove, United Kingdom — 28 Oct 2007 at 19:34:26

Found an incorrect spelling of 'could' (coud) in one of the English textbooks. Oh the irony!

Ben — Welham, United Kingdom — 28 Oct 2007 at 16:59:44

Guestbook Editor: Oops! Well spotted Ben. If you let us know where the mistake is, we can check it out and make sure it gets corrected in the future.

(Commenting on book BRR51, AS-Level Biology - OCR Revision Guide

This book is really good for revision and you can buy this book according to your exam board as well.

Simranjit — Wolverhampton, United Kingdom — 28 Oct 2007 at 14:07:53

Hi.....I'm 30 years old and kept failing my GCSE maths.....passed by revising with CGP books...thanx — helped me a lot.

Jamey — London, United Kingdom — 28 Oct 2007 at 00:02:00

Hi,
I am in Yr 6 and currently use the Yr 6 homework book. Now I enjoy doing homework because not only do I learn something, I learn great jokes as well.

Tara — High Wycombe, United Kingdom — 27 Oct 2007 at 17:28:55

I want the Year 4 Maths book.

Dora — Manchester, United Kingdom — 27 Oct 2007 at 13:34:11

I've got the Business Studies Revision Guide and it's really helpful and has got loads of useful stuff to help me revise..thanks.

Haylee — , United Kingdom — 27 Oct 2007 at 10:04:26

Hi, I'm using the revision guide for Maths GCSE. I think it's really good because of the layout. It's colouful and stops me being half bored when revising.

Liz — , United Kingdom — 26 Oct 2007 at 13:57:29

Hey! I am doing my Science KS3 SATS this year! I love science and bought your Biology paper and got 96%! I am getting the Chemistry and Physics as well. I got your Medicine Through Time and American West History book too! It helped me with my History essay! I will be getting your GCSE ones soon as well! Thanks! Do you have any revision tips anyone???

Amy — Rainham, Kent, United Kingdom — 26 Oct 2007 at 10:46:57

Excellent books, really helpful for getting through all the verbiage that the exam boards put out. Thanks.

Valerie Newton — , United Kingdom — 26 Oct 2007 at 10:00:48

Hello I'm 11 years old I just started now secondary school and I find it hard so CGP books really helped me !!!

Jesica — , United Kingdom — 25 Oct 2007 at 23:24:47

I learned a lot off these books

Gonta — Pinner, United Kingdom — 25 Oct 2007 at 23:15:51

well I reckon these books are amazing they really help with sats revision

Shayanne — Taylor, United Kingdom — 25 Oct 2007 at 23:00:17

(Commenting on book PHR51, AS-Level Physics Revision Guide

I received this book today and as soon as I saw the cover I was disappointed. The book aint like all the other cgp books. It's strange because as the age tier gets older, the books get less and less colourful and this book loks like a normal boring text book. not like the ks3 books which I used to enjoy reading. This book has a maximum of 3 colours. Black white and grey. Why are CGP not trying to make it easier by including witty jokes and colour. I this book you get a page full of text, a few pictures which kind of help and one little joke at the bottom. Where's the fun stuff that used to make we want to get home and start revising??!

Niraj — Leicester, United Kingdom — 25 Oct 2007 at 20:47:52

books too dear

Rosin Conaghan — Dungiven, United Kingdom — 25 Oct 2007 at 19:50:29

(Commenting on book S1AR41, GCSE Additional Applied Science OCR 21st Century Revision Guide - Foundation

Why is there no higher level GCSE for this book?

— Rugby, United Kingdom — 25 Oct 2007 at 18:31:10

I was revising after reading 3 pages I fell asleep today revising on computer no way I'm falling asleep

Jo — Merseyside, United Kingdom — 25 Oct 2007 at 09:37:40

I used the GCSE revision guide last year when I took my French GCSE a year early and got an A*. They are really well laid out and easy to read... thank you.

Lottie Gubbins — Newbury, United Kingdom — 23 Oct 2007 at 14:59:48

CGP books are amazing. Without these books I wouldn't have passed my SATs and I'm also going get them for my GCSEs.

Nelly — Notts, United Kingdom — 22 Oct 2007 at 20:32:26

I think this site is great, but I would recommend putting more detailed information in the GCSE section. More on Maths, Science and English:)

Pearl — London, United Kingdom — 22 Oct 2007 at 16:34:43

This website needs to be more creative and attractive!

Marcus — Ilford, United Kingdom — 22 Oct 2007 at 12:23:27

Hi I'm 11 and I just started secondary school. I just have to say that without my Maths, English and Science GGP books I couldn't have passed my SATS test. So I thank you so, so, so much because without my GGP Books I couldn't have done my SATS 'cause they were quite hard.

Tereza — London, United Kingdom — 21 Oct 2007 at 23:11:42

Your books saved my life while I was doing my GCSE exams! They arrived really quickly as well. Thanks so much, I'll be buying them for my A-levels now as well.

Helen Ritchie — Moreton, United Kingdom — 21 Oct 2007 at 16:28:49

The website is a bit boring. It needs some more colour and fun stuff to do.

Kimberley — Rom, United Kingdom — 21 Oct 2007 at 11:59:08

I really like CGP books. They r well easy 2 learn from. CGP RULEZ!!

Nazish — Halifax, United Kingdom — 21 Oct 2007 at 09:32:37

I love CGP books! They really help! I am going to do my KS2 sats this year and I hope I get a level 5 for all of my subjects because I use CGP books. Thank you CGP!!!!

Hana — Southall, United Kingdom — 19 Oct 2007 at 10:18:59

As a teacher, I can attest that CGP books are written in such a friendly manner that makes them interesting to the reader. I believe that this is the kind of thing that could get kids to learn faster.

Taofeeq Adeosun — Ikeja, Nigeria — 18 Oct 2007 at 20:05:58

I love CGP books, they're great to learn from — even at GSCE level. They are funny, easy to revise from, and have all the information you need to know without those long, boring, useless facts.

Anastasia — London, United Kingdom — 18 Oct 2007 at 19:59:08

I have ordered twice from you in the last week or so and would like to thank you for your prompt delivery.

Mrs Sarah John — Bristol , United Kingdom — 18 Oct 2007 at 19:30:10

Great books.. and good value for schools!! I've just bought all of my GCSE subjects' revision guides.. they came the next day and were all good quality.

Victoria — Ashford, United Kingdom — 18 Oct 2007 at 17:57:08

(Commenting on book MHS31, KS3 Maths Complete Revision and Practice

Do you have any revision guides for levels 6-8 or that cover levels 6-8?

Biar — Harrow, United Kingdom — 17 Oct 2007 at 23:57:34

Guestbook Editor: We most certainly do — just have a look on the website under the Key Stage 3 Maths section and it tells you what levels are covered in each book.

Hi CGP! I think ur books are really good! They really helped me in my exams! It's a shame that you don't have any art revision books coz that would be ideal for me! Can u make one plz?

Sam — Gillingham, United Kingdom — 17 Oct 2007 at 19:48:47

(Commenting on book XRR41, Professor Gunning's Erudite Course of Fact Retrieval (How to revise)

This book has really helped me with ideas for revision for my internal tests and I'm so glad I bought it! It's great for anyone who isn't very organised when it comes to revision. I, however, am quite organised but I still found that the book had loads of ideas and tips about revising that I wouldn't think of — but they are actually really useful! So I guess it is for anyone, be they good or bad at revising. So I would recommend the book to anyone!

Nikhil — Leicester, United Kingdom — 17 Oct 2007 at 19:37:02

(Commenting on book EAHP41, GCSE English AQA A Practice Papers - Higher

This is very very pricey! Kids and parents dont want to be spending £4.50 on 3 papers.

J — Elgin , United Kingdom — 17 Oct 2007 at 19:36:46

U r good but a boring site.

Taylor — Dartmouth, United Kingdom — 17 Oct 2007 at 15:37:34

I luv u! Just not when it is for homework!!!!

Taylor — Dartmouth, United Kingdom — 17 Oct 2007 at 15:35:28

u tricked us :o we thought the games were real games :( gutted

manda — long eaton, United Kingdom — 17 Oct 2007 at 09:30:18

Your books are distinctive, witty and enjoyable to learn from. The bad sense of humour that makes things stick in your memory is ingenius! However, After creating an AS Business revision guide I would really appreciate an A2 one! The same goes for A2 Psychology. Even the stupidest subject in the world (General Studies). I could do with a book to tell you what to write in those few hours that you feel are a total waste of your life...
I hope this helps, I'm sure many more people think the same thing.

James — Medway, United Kingdom — 17 Oct 2007 at 02:07:48

Before, I worked with CGP Books. In fact I still do. Although now I work with another version which is okay but not better then CGP Books, so just stick with them if you want to pass!!!

Bushra — Luton, United Kingdom — 16 Oct 2007 at 21:27:36

Please could you add GCSE Statistics Practice Papers and GCSE Geography Practice Papers!! And your books are great!

J — Haywood , United Kingdom — 15 Oct 2007 at 16:38:57

Someone mentioned it before and I agree, could you make guides for AS/A2 in German + French!?

Ian Barnfather — Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom — 14 Oct 2007 at 16:54:10

"I think that it is out of order that CGP don't publish a GCSE electronics revison guide as lots of schools now do it."
I agree with this comment, I also do Electronic Products, but stuggled to find a decent revision guide! Come on CGP!!!

Pete — Nottingham, United Kingdom — 14 Oct 2007 at 11:37:55

(Commenting on book BUHR41, GCSE Business Studies Revision Guide

This is a fabulous where a student can achive A-A*

teja — miltonkeynes, United Kingdom — 13 Oct 2007 at 21:29:11

kool but boring site

angela hill — chesterfield, United Kingdom — 13 Oct 2007 at 19:07:00

(Commenting on book ESR333, KS3 English Shakespeare Text Guide - Richard III

You have got good things BUT they are a bit expensive.

Helin — , United Kingdom — 13 Oct 2007 at 17:37:23

WOW! Your books are so cool and boom! I got all level 5's in my KS2 SATs thanks 2 your books. I'm really gr8ful I'm expecting level 8s in my KS3 SATs.
THANKS LOADZ

Siddy — , United Kingdom — 12 Oct 2007 at 11:23:35

You should publish an AS Level Critical Thinking Book as it is being introduced in the last year of Secondary School.

Ash Burdett — Locks Heath, United Kingdom — 11 Oct 2007 at 17:38:43

I have used your History book for KS2 as I am Year 5/6 teacher and found it really good. I got this from a friend. I was wondering if it was possible to purchase from St Helena? Have just browsed the website and seen some interesting books here, well done!

Pat Williams — Jamestown, St Helena — 10 Oct 2007 at 22:09:58

Your books are great!! I wouldn't get any other books and without your books I would be in big trouble with my exams. I am going to use your books for KS3 SATS and I'm hoping to get 7 / 7 / 8 (highest scores). I find Shakespeare boring but your books make it fun. Thanks! It would be good if you made more example pages of the books please so we can see what it is like — especially workbooks and practice papers. That would be great!
Thanks your site's great!

anonymous — Hounslow, United Kingdom — 10 Oct 2007 at 17:50:39

My eight year old has found the books less intimidating as they are fun and have lots of cartoon style pictures. He is keen to use them - that's half the battle!!
The books arrived the next day, fantastic service -very helpful staff.

Julie Perie — Grange-over-Sands, United Kingdom — 10 Oct 2007 at 10:56:25

I think that it is out of order that CGP don't publish a GCSE electronics revison guide as lots of schools now do it.

Anthony — Orpington, United Kingdom — 09 Oct 2007 at 21:54:37

Why does it take so long to order a few books man?

Jaz — Birmingham, United Kingdom — 09 Oct 2007 at 21:45:26

Guestbook Editor: We're doing all we can to get our books out as quickly as possible, but the postal strike is holding some things up a bit at the moment. If you've got any queries about an order just give us a ring on 0800 1712 712.

As well as good advice on exams, CGP books helped me a lot with revising. As well as this, the service is at a very high standard. But just one problem, why don't you publish any law books or any AS or A level question booklets.

Luke Graham — Middlesbrough, United Kingdom — 09 Oct 2007 at 19:00:58

After using CGP KS3 books in school, I decided to kit myself out with the rest of the CGP range. Not only did I buy the KS3 books, I also bought all my GCSE books. They've helped me a lot! Only one 'bad thing' - some of the things in them (like cartoon strips) are a bit childish, and at my age, in the books that I am reading, they aren't welcome.

Luke — Liverpool, United Kingdom — 09 Oct 2007 at 18:22:44

This is the second year I have purchased revision books for my daughter. I have found the site easy to use and the customer service team very helpful. It's a pleasure doing business with you.

Sharron — Coventry, United Kingdom — 09 Oct 2007 at 16:45:11

I find these books gr8 cus they help me with ma work in GCSE so thanks CGP books!!!

Jade Bennett — Rothwell, United Kingdom — 09 Oct 2007 at 10:43:38

I don't think it's fair to have to buy a second book to get the answers to a workbook. Why couldn't the answers be on a pull-out section in the workbook? (KS3 ICT workbook).

W Blue — Shoeburyness, United Kingdom — 07 Oct 2007 at 22:13:38

Great for key stage 3 work!!

Shannon Rochford — Chester-le-Street, United Kingdom — 06 Oct 2007 at 18:37:02

I have had several orders before from your company and I would like to say that not only are they reasonably priced but also that the service is great as is the range of material!

Diana Thompson — Crook , United Kingdom — 06 Oct 2007 at 10:31:59

this site hasn't helped me!

Jo — , Bahamas — 05 Oct 2007 at 20:44:42

I use the KS2 study book and I looked through it one morning the I had a test that day was about what I read.

vic — essex, United Kingdom — 05 Oct 2007 at 19:21:58

I think your website is good. I am using the books KS2 and english , science and maths!!!

polly — braintree, United Kingdom — 04 Oct 2007 at 21:03:16

CGP books really help me so you're better off with them!

Bushra — Luton, United Kingdom — 04 Oct 2007 at 20:57:48

I failed GCSE 4 times(d) but I revised with your CGP books and read each one 4 times and I retook my GCSE 1 week after revising from the cgp books properly. I got an A+!!! Yeah CGP RULES

Abdullah — ForestFields, United Kingdom — 04 Oct 2007 at 19:12:52

I like your books - they're a great help, but must you insist on putting that comic strip at the start of Romeo and Juliet. Teenagers do not speak like that, and Juliet is not well fit.

jayant — sutton, United Kingdom — 03 Oct 2007 at 20:28:12

Hey ur books are brill. But why aren't there any A-level politics books? Could you publish them please?

NIk — Essex, United Kingdom — 03 Oct 2007 at 17:42:25

I like CGP very muchus!! Very well done 2 all da peoplz at CGP!!!

pipi — Londinium, United Kingdom — 03 Oct 2007 at 13:14:43

I am 27 years old. I had failed GCSE maths 3 times (D everytime). I needed a C to do my teacher training... it was with the pure help of your book that I passed... I got my beloved C (and might I add 8 marks from a B) I really couldn't have done it without you. THANK YOU SO MUCH

bibi — london, United Kingdom — 01 Oct 2007 at 19:56:53