Guestbook Archive - July 2009
Please can you tell me how I can get a CGP catalogue and is it free?
lexie — london, United Kingdom — 29 Jul 2009 at 15:48:46
Guestbook Editor: It's easy! Just email or phone us with your address and we'll get it out to you straight away. And yes, it's absolutely free!
Hey! I don’t normally leave messages of undying gratitude everywhere but I believe beyond a shadow of doubt that CGP (pardon the colloquialism) got me my GCSEs. In addition, all the bad jokes really make revision around 3am every Sunday worthwhile. So all in all, CGP, you rock my rather educationally based world!
Sophie — Kent, United Kingdom — 28 Jul 2009 at 18:01:43
I love your books, they're so useful and funny, you're the best. Could you send some info to me please.
AND THANK YOU!!!
mahima — reddich, United Kingdom — 27 Jul 2009 at 12:25:11
I love your books, they are really helpful and I bought a load of GCSE ones the other day. But will you be making any GCSE Welsh second language ones as they would really help me.
Catrin Edwards — Wrexham, United Kingdom — 27 Jul 2009 at 11:22:47
The CGP books don't help our children in James Elliman school and they are getting a level 3 every time they have their SATS. So please make our children be awake of their learning.
s.woodbridge — slough, United Kingdom — 26 Jul 2009 at 14:33:05
Hi. I love all of your books. They have helped me get full grades and top in the class! Thanks =D
Jenna — London, United Kingdom — 23 Jul 2009 at 16:43:59
I bought some GCSE books to revise because I am starting in an English school in September and I must say that they are really very good!
Will there be a book for A level Economics in September or maybe later? I really need one.
And are there workbooks for the A level books?
Looney — Bonn, Germany — 22 Jul 2009 at 21:34:29
Guestbook Editor: We've no plans for any Economics books just yet, but thanks for the suggestion — we'll have a good think about it in the future.
As for Workbooks, the good news is that all our AS and A2 Revision Guides are crammed full of Practice Questions — so if you've got one of them, there's just no need for Workbooks!
Thankyou thankyou thankyou...... since GCSE I have never relied on my class notes coz the teachers were daft and so was I, but thankfully I relied on CGP revision guides. I spent a whole month's pocket money on it and it was definitely worth it. Flew out with As and A*s and same for my AS's, all As and Bs.... It's your presentation that I like the most, all neat and organised and you always manage to fit an entire topic in a couple of pages even with your boring jokes :P.... so what can I say.... I owe you one..
Reuben — Manchester, United Kingdom — 22 Jul 2009 at 18:52:20
Could you tell me whether you have an A2 level mathematics revision guide?
Gillian Carter — Wimborne, United Kingdom — 22 Jul 2009 at 16:15:42
Guestbook Editor: We're afraid we don't have any A2 Maths books right now — sorry! But we do cover loads of other subjects at A2 Level — check out the "Our Books" section of this site for info...
Great books but expensive to buy now as discount for home educated families has been taken away. We used to be able to get them for the same price as schools. A great shame as we struggle with finances as it is as I am a stay at home Mum in order to help our dd learn. I used to be able to buy the whole years sets but now have to weigh up which we need the most and it's not easy to decide now we're at KS3 level :o(
Fed up Mum — Anytown , United Kingdom — 17 Jul 2009 at 17:02:54
The books arrived by first class post and are perfect for homework.
Pam Christie — Croydon , United Kingdom — 17 Jul 2009 at 07:40:15
CGP revision guide + Past papers = super high grade =DDD
Daniel Cheng — Stoke , United Kingdom — 16 Jul 2009 at 14:03:14
Very simple order process and easy to find what I wanted and get the info I needed from the site. Thanks.
Cath Finch — Dorking, United Kingdom — 16 Jul 2009 at 13:35:07
Hi, the books were only 2.75 quid, now they are so expensive I can't afford them. Please lower ur prices.
ghbn — b hukmmjhjyhjhj, United Kingdom — 15 Jul 2009 at 19:31:44
All the books are rubbish, they don't help even maths. I was predicted A* and guess what, the books are rubbish. Don't buy them.
xczf — uhmim, United Kingdom — 15 Jul 2009 at 19:28:40
(Commenting on book SHS31, KS3 Science Complete Revision & Practice
This book is very helpful and I think most people would like to revise from it.
Daniel — Kidbrooke, United Kingdom — 14 Jul 2009 at 13:26:04
Simply the best.
James Southall — Coalville , United Kingdom — 12 Jul 2009 at 22:26:38
Nice books! They really helped in my exams. And plus, you add a bit of humour which helps when revising for long time.
Shukla — Newcastle, United Kingdom — 11 Jul 2009 at 09:34:05
Great books - really helped at GCSE (fingers crossed for the results!).
Ordered some AS books about 16:45 yesterday, and they arrived 09:00 this morning! Absolutely fantastic service!
I know this has been asked before(!) but do you have any plans to bring out (not this September, but maybe next - 2010)) revision guides for Edexcel Core 3 and 4 (A level) and AQA Chem (A-Level)?
Sean — Kettering, United Kingdom — 10 Jul 2009 at 15:05:05
Guestbook Editor: The bad news first. Assuming you mean Maths core 3 & 4 — although it's definitely being thought about very hard indeed we can't, hand on heart, promise it for next year. But now the good news! AQA Chemistry AS is already available and A2 will follow in time for the next school year.
As we are an expat family your books come in very handy. We can even follow the National Curriculum. We know exactly what pupils are studying in Year 5, 6 etc. We struggled to get this information anywhere else. Thank you for the wonderful books.
Mrs Olesya Cheetham — Basildon, United Kingdom — 10 Jul 2009 at 12:23:40
Could you please bring out an A level book for music? Also could you make it clearer which maths books would be needed for which GCSE exam.
Mrs Zena Collings — Stotfold, United Kingdom — 10 Jul 2009 at 08:34:18
Will there be any A2 AQA revision guides published soon? They helped at AS!
Beth — York, United Kingdom — 09 Jul 2009 at 17:29:21
Your old website was excellent - your new one is not good.
The website is too wide to fit on my screen
- the text is too small to read or the links overlap
- I struggled for an hour to place an order and then payment was refused because you'd failed to provide a link back from the verification screen. I give up.
D Andrews — Bexley, United Kingdom — 08 Jul 2009 at 16:46:12
Guestbook Editor: Please don't give up. But don't waste your time either. Call us on 0800 1712 712 or send us your e-mail address and we'll do our best to sort out any problems.
Nice books. I don't have enough money to buy them all from New Zealand.
Steven — Auckland, New Zealand — 07 Jul 2009 at 06:34:36
You have a maths book for reception kids so I was wondering if you do literacy for this age group as I can't seem to find it in the product range. Would be great as the maths one has proven good results!
samina khan — high wycombe, United Kingdom — 07 Jul 2009 at 01:02:17
Guestbook Editor: We've no firm plans for this at the moment, Samina, but we'll definitely check it out as a possibility — thanks for the idea!
Useful, fun and easy to use.
Julie — , Switzerland — 06 Jul 2009 at 17:12:33
I think all the GCP books are great and they teach me something! Not only are they educational, they are also very funny!:)
Joanna — Manchester, United Kingdom — 05 Jul 2009 at 18:20:42
Will there be a an A2 level Edexcel chemistry revision guide?
Jena — Birmingham, United Kingdom — 05 Jul 2009 at 14:27:02
Guestbook Editor: Funny you should ask — we're just putting the final touches to it right now, and it'll be ready in time for the new school term. Keep your eyes on the "What's New" and "Product Range" sections of this site for details...
My daughter really struggled with maths until I bought her a couple of the KS3 maths books. Now she zooms ahead of her class and finds maths pleasant now. Thank you very much for making the books as they have been a great help.
Lacey Cambell — Belfast , United Kingdom — 05 Jul 2009 at 10:42:37
Hi, your books are brill! But you only do 'Modern World History'! :( (International Relations, Britain, Germany, Russia, and USA) Are there any plans to do the other course of History: 'Schools History Project'? It covers Medicine Through Time, American West, Britain, and Germany, it would really help if you replied. Thanks!
Darren — London, United Kingdom — 04 Jul 2009 at 17:46:38
Guestbook Editor: Hi Darren. Actually, we do also have a book for The American West & Medicine Through Time (Schools History Project)— honest! Check out the "Product Range" section of the website, go to GCSE Humanities and then History.
Is there any interactive resources for percentages?
st — kyoto , Japan — 03 Jul 2009 at 09:30:04
Guestbook Editor: Check out Game 05 in the GCSE Maths section of the "Interactive" part of the site — hopefully this will help you.
Placed order as part of plan to help my son with his GCSE courses.
Content scary ... only because I didn't realise how much I had forgotten!
For me, well written; I like the humour.
Especially the comments over the ISBN bar code.
NPW — Coventry, United Kingdom — 02 Jul 2009 at 18:53:46
I always use CGP books because they are easy to read and understand and are very informative. I have used them from my Year 9 SATs to my A-Level courses.
Dale — Cornwall, United Kingdom — 02 Jul 2009 at 16:54:34