Guestbook Archive - May 2010
Where are the answers? I have GCSE Statistics, the workbook.
Jack — Caerleon, Newport, United Kingdom — 30 May 2010 at 13:15:19
Guestbook Editor: Ah, it sounds like you have the version without answers — the Answer Book comes separately so that teachers can keep it all to themselves. If you're using the book in school, try asking your teacher for a cheeky look at their Answer Book. Otherwise, our lovely customer services people will help you out — the email address is at the top of this page.
PLEASEEEEE make AS/A2 Revision guides for Edexcel Economics! Forget all the other exam boards, just focus on edexcel. EDEXCEL AS AND A2 ECONOMICS REVISION GUIDES! Got that?
Robert — Uxbridge, United Kingdom — 29 May 2010 at 19:42:38
Your books are great without them I wouldn't have achieved two A* and an A in my Science GCSE! I have told people in my class who didn't get grades that they wanted to buy CGP books as well! :) Thank you very much!
Chioma — Dartford , United Kingdom — 29 May 2010 at 19:21:28
I am only in year 7 (start of KS3), but I am already reading your GCSE level books, especially the Chemistry and Physics range. I love the humour and there is a possibility now that I may be able to do one of my exams early. Oh - do you sell CGP teachers by the way, to replace the boring ones I've got at my school? We could do with brightening up the classroom...
Joe — Llanddaniel, United Kingdom — 29 May 2010 at 17:35:06
I have just done the GCSE Maths probability quiz, however there is one question that is definitely wrong (q.10) — the answer is 1/6. Also even after I had checked all my answers with the cheats which is annoying as you can't tell what you've got wrong, I only ever reached 29/30. Please can you sort these problems out.
Helen — Worcester, United Kingdom — 29 May 2010 at 16:19:49
Guestbook Editor: Ah, yes — you're absolutely right. Sorry about that. We've corrected it now, so you should be able to get the 30/30 you deserve!
I Love CGP Revision Books They are the best revision guides out there, they have all the key information and they are easy to revise from and dare I say it, fun to revise from. 10/10
Tom — London, United Kingdom — 29 May 2010 at 14:58:53
Guestbook Editor: You did dare say it, Tom. We'll give you 10/10, too — for daringness. Thanks for the comment!
Fast efficient service, however your print order function does not seem to work.
N Karadia — Gloucester, United Kingdom — 28 May 2010 at 20:21:22
Guestbook Editor: Sorry you've had problems with printing your order — our IT Team is on the case. They're a bit like the A-Team, but with more muscles, and more likely to blow things up.
I absolutely loved your books — they helped me (especially the one on Biology) so much with AS, they're amazing to revise from!!!
Ashley — Dubai, Dubia (United Arab Emirates) — 28 May 2010 at 12:48:09
Love your books, Geography and Biology helped me so much with AS they're amazing to revise from. Please could you make revision guides for Psychology AQA B? There seem to be none around and would love a CGP one.
Aysha — Leeds, United Kingdom — 28 May 2010 at 11:26:47
Guestbook Editor: Sorry... our current A-Level Pyschology books cover AQA A, OCR and Edexcel, but we're not planning an AQA B book at the moment.
Your books are amazing! Love the humour and ugh I wish you sold CGP teachers that we could replace the teachers at my school with. Thank You! Keep up the good work!
Tom Samson — Broadstairs, United Kingdom — 27 May 2010 at 22:43:03
Guestbook Editor: Thanks! And CGP Teachers are a great idea. Imagine an entire army of robotic drones reeling off classic CGP jokes and revision tips in classrooms across the country... it's a beautiful vision of the future. We'll ask our Product Development team to look into it.
PLEASE can you make a book on 16th century A level history!
I used the other CGP books for my GCSE's and found them amazing! PLEASE help me with History though!
Charlie — London, United Kingdom — 27 May 2010 at 14:26:55
Is this the Certified Geriatric Pharmacist website?
Adam — , United Kingdom — 27 May 2010 at 11:28:29
Who's the guy with the weird hat supposed to represent?
John Steinbeck :) — Derry, United Kingdom — 27 May 2010 at 11:25:08
Guestbook Editor: The guy in the CGP logo, you mean? He represents everything that's cool about school. Sunglasses? Check. Baseball cap? Check. Positive attitude towards exam success? Check. It's what all the kids are wearing.
Can you make a CGP Bible please?
Jason — London, United Kingdom — 27 May 2010 at 11:23:16
I love the CGP books they are so useful... you need to fire your joke writer though...
Pull my finger
Simon — Northampton, United Kingdom — 27 May 2010 at 11:18:13
Guestbook Editor: Now *that's* the calibre of joke-writing we need. Glad you like the books!
KS2 Science has really helped me in Science since I did not understand many things that my teacher would tell me about science. But could you PLEASE publish a KS3 French book???
Ifrah — Al Khobar , Saudi Arabia — 27 May 2010 at 09:45:33
Guestbook Editor: No problem. We've already made an ace Study Guide and Workbook for KS3 French — have a look at KS3 Languages in the 'Our Books' section of this website. Glad we could help you out with KS2 Science, too!
(Commenting on book MFW30M, KS3 Maths Workbook (including Answers) - Levels 3-6
Hi there! I think that I might buy this book becuase the sample pages look like the kind of things that I need, I mean where do you get these from??
they r so cool :)
Mariam — Chorlton, United Kingdom — 26 May 2010 at 18:10:38
I would just like to say that although your books are very helpful in many ways, would you please stop with the horrific jokes? Especially for the higher stages of education as my friends and I find them rather stupid as they don't help and often, when you're trying to study for an exam and you're stressed out, they really do not help whatsoever and are really irritating because it's like you are trying to be a "cool" dad or something similar to that, so please, stop trying to relate to the younger generation in this manner because it just isn't working, not every teenager in the world is like that.
Alison Collins — Crewe , United Kingdom — 26 May 2010 at 16:40:45
Guestbook Editor: If you think the jokes are bad, you should see our dancing...
Hi — I am currently studying the international baccalaureate diploma at sixth form and there are no books relating to this course. Would it be possible for you to create one? I used your books for KS3 and GCSE and they have gotten me through many exams, thank you :)
Luke — Stoke on Trent, United Kingdom — 26 May 2010 at 11:24:24
I LOVE YOU!!! YOU GOT ME THORUGH MY GCSE'S BUT I NEEEEEEEEED AS + A2 ECONOMICS! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE...
[An awful lot of PLEASEs — Guestbook Editor]
...PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE.
Sarah — London, United Kingdom — 25 May 2010 at 21:11:24
Guestbook Editor: Crikey. We're not working on A-Level Economics at the moment, but we'll definitely keep it mind.
Hi - where and how much are the books? Thanks
Mary — Hull, United Kingdom — 25 May 2010 at 18:44:42
Guestbook Editor: Click on 'Our Books' at the top of this page for all the info you need!
I love your books and use them all the time and would find it sooo useful if you could publish a KS3 Philosophy book and a KS3 Religion book!
Orla — London, United Kingdom — 25 May 2010 at 18:12:08
Your jokes aren't funny, your science books are hard to understand, coming from an A star student. A lot of the revision points I revised were totaly irrelevant in my biology exam! Everybody in my year all say the same. Please don't edit this or not post this comment, if you do, what is the point in this feedback page?
Ben Harper — Kent, United Kingdom — 25 May 2010 at 16:54:24
Guestbook Editor: We're sorry if you ended up revising topics that weren't in your exam. There are several exam boards for GCSE Science that all set slightly different courses, and our 'general' Revision Guides cover the material from all of them. (We also have a range of books that cover each of the main Science exam boards exactly — AQA, Edexcel, OCR Gateway and OCR 21st Century.) As for the jokes... well, you can't please everyone. Personally, I only laugh at jokes about Quantum Mechanics and/or unpopular boy bands of the 1990s. Good luck with the rest of your exams!
I love the funny stuff in your books — me and my boyfriend love to read them before bed! We aim in the future to be great scientists after help from your science and maths books! LOVE CPG!!!
Lauren Adams — Macclesfield, United Kingdom — 25 May 2010 at 13:30:46
Guestbook Editor: Very best of luck to you both on the road to scientific greatness. But wait! Who's this 'CPG' you're so in love with? We thought you only had eyes for us... *sob*
I love your books! I won a maths challenge certificate after revising from one! Love you all x x x
Nicola Dimock — Macclesfield , United Kingdom — 25 May 2010 at 13:24:05
I really like your books and I have all of them.
Jade — Enfield, United Kingdom — 25 May 2010 at 08:06:01
I love CGP. They are so useful! Would also love it if they did revision guides for AS and A Levels as I don't know what I'm going to do without them next year!
Greg — Dorchester, United Kingdom — 24 May 2010 at 20:04:41
Guestbook Editor: It's your lucky day, sir — simply click on 'Our Books' at the top of this page to browse through our highly desirable range of Revision Guides for AS and A2. Essential accessories for the style-conscious sixth-former.
(Commenting on book CIHR42, KS4 Citizenship Study Guide (A*-G course)
When do I get this?
Craig — Whalebone Lane North, United Kingdom — 24 May 2010 at 08:45:53
Guestbook Editor: It should be soon! If you place an order before 5pm Monday to Friday, it should get to you the next working day. If you ordered it over the weekend, you should have it on Tuesday.
I actually love your books, they get me through everything!! Please please please please please could you make a Geography A2 one soon?? I don't think I can pass next years exams without it!!
Emily — Oxford , United Kingdom — 22 May 2010 at 18:22:38
Guestbook Editor: A2 Geography is being hammered out in the CGP workshop as we speak, and should be out and about in plenty of time for next year's exams. Hooray!
Just thought you would like to know, I think your books are amazing, they've helped me loads, especially your GCSE AQA Anthology for Duffy, Armitage and Pre-1914 (I'm sitting my english literature exam next tueday ahhh), but now I feel much more prepared. THANK YOU SOO MUCH! :)
Ros Jones — Alresford, United Kingdom — 22 May 2010 at 13:05:56
This website is sooooo good I will definitely get 100/100 in all subjects.
Marisa — Dubai, United Arab Emirates — 22 May 2010 at 09:17:10
Guestbook Editor: Confidence is the key.
Very nice site!
alexg689 — witweyop , Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirate — 21 May 2010 at 03:09:56
Could you please do a revision guide for AS and A2 economics.
Nick Wright — Leicestershire , United Kingdom — 20 May 2010 at 21:16:33
Hey, I was just wondering, I'm not sure what page of the GCSE Biology OCR Gateway Higher Level Revision Guide (bit long :L) it is, but on one of the pages, it is describing something, and says "It's as simple as that. Eat your heart out Mr Pilkington." And I was wondering, who are you referring to? Please explain :) Oh and I have a Biology exam tomorrow, AARRGHHH. Hopefully I'll be alright though ;)
Tasha Meredith — Suffolk, United Kingdom — 20 May 2010 at 20:52:54
Guestbook Editor: Hmm... interesting question. All the light-hearted comments in our books are generated by a network of powerful supercomputers that draws on an enormous database of classical, scientific, literary and cultural references, so it could be almost anything. There's a farmer in George Orwell's novel 'Animal Farm' called Mr Pilkington — would that make sense? Hope the exam goes well!
I'm loving the website and the fast delivery. I'm probably having curry for tea as usual.
Atul Dev Ashish — Brahman Baria, Bangladesh — 20 May 2010 at 19:48:56
Please please can you do Citizenship text books for year 7, 8and 9s. Thank you for text book for year 10 and 11s, students lack a lot of knowledge on this subject — it would be brilliant if we could have brilliant resources on Citizenship, CGP books are vibrant and just perfect for studying. Please add this request on the wish list.
ANISA KHALIFA — LEICESTER, United Kingdom — 20 May 2010 at 09:01:39
Hey — I have my first GCSE'S tomorrow :( P.E. and Biology I bought the CGP books and they are brill they have loads of great info and I would recommend them :) Good Luck !! With all your exams xx
Laura Broad — Bridport, United Kingdom — 20 May 2010 at 08:49:21
Guestbook Editor: We'll second that — good luck, everyone!
Hi. Do your Biology, Chemistry and Physics books have content which can be used for CIE IGCSE? And are there sufficient practice questions on each topic throughout? And do you give the answers to the revision summaries at the end?
Anon — Anon, United Kingdom — 20 May 2010 at 05:59:34
Guestbook Editor: This sounds like a job for our Complete Revision & Practice books. They've got revision notes that cover all the main GCSE Science courses (with plenty of useful stuff for IGCSEs), plus loads of exam-style practice questions for each topic — with answers at the back. Alternatively, you could go for our 'generic' Revision Guides, which contain all the same notes, and Revision Summary questions for each section — these mainly test you on the facts you've just learned, so you'll find the answers by flicking back through the book. For bundles of extra practice, try our huge GCSE Science Workbooks (with answers). And relax.
I love your books, I'm just finishing year 7 and the only book I use is.....CGP! I hope it's going to help me on my future!!! For all my revision I use CGP ONLY! It helps me on all my tests and I'm happy with all my scores I take!
Jananey — London, United Kingdom — 19 May 2010 at 20:23:01
I've got a science Biology Mock tomorrow and I'm in a pretty bad panic situation as the teachers said that the score we'll get will go through to our final GCSE science.
Evaldas — London, United Kingdom — 19 May 2010 at 16:34:29
I've got a Science GCSE on Friday: I was totally like AAAAAAHHHHHH about them 2 weeks ago-ish, but then we got given your really randomly radical raving revision rulebook (couldn't think of another word beginning with r, sorry for the dodgy-ness!) and now I'm kinda like AAAAHHHHHHH, I think I can get the totally smooth questions... like "have you remembered to write your name on your exam paper?" Well if I don't get that right...
Oh, and about the raving bit... I have some strange Science buddies and we had a rave with our teacher about your books. Our teacher put some sort of heavy bass-rap music and we were doing some really randomly radical raving dancing and chanting "CGP! CGP!".
Charlotte — Stourbridge, United Kingdom — 18 May 2010 at 20:54:10
Guestbook Editor: That all sounds like perfectly normal behaviour to us.
You didn't reply again! I thought I was quite funny. Never mind! Anyway, I just wanted to say that in your GCSE Double Science Biology Revision Guide, Foundation Level, Fifth Edition for the 2003-05 exams, I really like your comment on page 25 about our double circulation system is really funny, clever too, which is why I love your books! You guys, (or girls) are great! x
Kalise — London, United Kingdom — 18 May 2010 at 19:24:49
Guestbook Editor: We thought you were funny, too (about six comments down, Guestbook fans) — although the earthquake game sounds like a (bad pun ahoy...) *shaky* revision strategy. And it's great to hear that we've managed to make at least one funny, clever comment in our books, even if it was about seven years ago now. We'll keep trying!
I really do think that CGP books are amazing and help me a lot :')
Ella — M , United Kingdom — 18 May 2010 at 17:39:44
Please make an AS and A2 Mechanics (Applied Maths) one!
Georgie M — Leeds , United Kingdom — 18 May 2010 at 15:27:54
Guestbook Editor: Since you asked so politely, we'll see what we can do...
I love CGP books. They're helpful & make everything so simple for me — if it wasn't for CGP I wouldn't have got the grades I got in any of my exams. Thank you x
Rio — Chiswick, United Kingdom — 18 May 2010 at 14:16:39
Having read all the fab comments - we await our first delivery of books in eager anticipation!
Kim Overington — London , United Kingdom — 18 May 2010 at 13:14:48
The CGP books are really helpful, and have proved very useful over the years for me. However I was disappointed to see that there's no A2 geography available.
Jasmine — Surrey , United Kingdom — 17 May 2010 at 11:47:07
Guestbook Editor: We're sorry there's no CGP A2 Geography book in time for this year's exams, but we are beavering away on something A2-Geography flavoured for 2011. It'll be great!
By the way, I find it helpful to sleep on top of my notes and say the hard parts in a funny accent and I occasionally play the earthquake game, (it relaxes me!), and every now and then I demand water (not supposed to drink ale!). Love your books!
Kalise — London, United Kingdom — 16 May 2010 at 20:01:48
Hi. Which type of your books would be best suited towards the CIE (Cambridge) board IGCSE qualifications?
Anon — HMS, United Kingdom — 16 May 2010 at 04:45:26
Guestbook Editor: All of our GCSE books cover a lot of the material you'll find in IGCSE courses, but there may be a few bits and pieces that aren't included. We'd recommend going for our 'generic' books (rather than the exam-board specific ones). since they cover material from a range of courses. Oh, and we've got an ace new CIE-specific IGCSE Maths Revision Guide and Workbook coming out in September!
Your revision guides are fantastic - I have my GCSE's this year and they've helped me so much!
By the way, page 76 of GCSE biology edexcel 360 science, there is a spelling error under the first subtitle, it's supposed to say "first" but instead it says "fist". It made me smile because i've never seen a spelling error in a book before, but i hope i've been of use to make it known to you :)
Sarah — Basingstoke, United Kingdom — 15 May 2010 at 22:26:35
Guestbook Editor: Well spotted. It seems to have been corrected in our copy, so you must have a fist edition. I mean first edition. It'll be a collectors' item one day, maybe.
These books rock
Lu — St Helens, United Kingdom — 15 May 2010 at 16:36:40
I love your books they're amazing, please make an A2 Geography one really soon!!
Emily — Oxford, United Kingdom — 15 May 2010 at 16:25:22
Guestbook Editor: It's on its way — early 2011, we reckon...
Well, I placed my first order on line. Went well. Teach my son at home, have been using your books and they are great. Thanks
Cilla — Bibury, United Kingdom — 15 May 2010 at 15:53:17
Hi, I am wondering whether the Complete Revision and Practice book notes mirror (exactly) those that are in the Revision Guide (Higher GCSE Maths)? And are there sufficient worked examples (non-exam examples) and practice questions throughout each of the topic sections of the Complete Revision and Practice book?
NS — Auckland, New Zealand — 15 May 2010 at 10:45:52
Guestbook Editor: Apart from some differences in style, both books contain the same notes — and stacks of worked examples. The Complete Revision & Practice book has plenty of questions to keep you busy in the run-up to the exams, but if you want to practise till your arm drops off, the Workbook might suit you better. If you send us your email address, we'd be happy to give you more detail on Monday. Have a lovely weekend!
Hi. I am wondering, what would be a better buy- the GCSE Maths Complete Revision and Practice, or the GCSE Maths Revision Guide Higher and Workbook Higher?
NS — Auckland , New Zealand — 15 May 2010 at 09:32:39
Guestbook Editor: Ah, that's one of the great philosophical questions of our time. The Complete Revision & Practice book contains all the study notes you'll need, plus plenty of exam-style practice questions (with answers) for each topic. The Revision Guide covers all the same notes (with a few more jokes thrown in), while the Workbook has hundreds (seriously, there are loads) of shorter questions that'll test your Maths skills throughout the course. You won't go wrong with either option, but the Complete book is a bit more focused on exam preparation. Hope that helps.
I am just about to sit my G.C.S.E exams your books have been very helpful to me for my revision. What makes your books unique is the 'chatty' tone which is like some normal person speaking to me. Your Food Technology Complete Guide has helped me to get a B in my Coursework so thank you very much !!
Rob Marsden — Wales, United Kingdom — 14 May 2010 at 19:37:36
iv f hate the sbobodks therew auffull! !!!
pandje — cikv, Yugoslavia — 14 May 2010 at 19:36:28
Guestbook Editor: Eloquently put.
What a superb website-slick and easy!
I am having a Greek salad, moussaka and beer for tea when I arrive in Corfu later!
Linda Page — Rochdale, United Kingdom — 14 May 2010 at 08:14:44
Guestbook Editor: Yeah, yeah. We're not jealous. Glad you like the website — have a lovely holiday!
Excellent service... Easily ordered every book I need.... GCSEs? Easy Peasy : P
Tristan — London , United Kingdom — 13 May 2010 at 21:45:53
I already had mine. McBurgers as usual xx
HAHHA love CGP — Reading, United Kingdom — 13 May 2010 at 19:54:54
I really hope you could put on online activities for differnet ages to try and make sure you get this. Thanks rebeeccaxxx
Rebecca Heron — Newcastle, United Kingdom — 13 May 2010 at 16:18:42
Thanks just bought AS revision booklet, looks great and I'll be having chips tonight.
Phil — Leamington, United Kingdom — 13 May 2010 at 13:40:21
I LOVE CGP BOOKS
THEY HAVE REALLY HELPED ME WITH MY REVISION
I SLEEP WITH ONE UNDER MY BED
MWAH I LOVE U CGP
Nevethen Jeyakumar — Purley, United Kingdom — 13 May 2010 at 10:39:05
Guestbook Editor: Nothing says 'I love you' like BLOCK CAPITALS. We're touched. (And slightly terrified.)
i luv these books s0 much!
Joshua Balmforth — Wetherby, United Kingdom — 13 May 2010 at 09:33:41
I just ordered maths and english KS3 for my son any thoughts on these books? Oh and i had chicken drum sticks, roast potatoes and salad for dinner ! :)
Becky — Horsham , United Kingdom — 12 May 2010 at 21:59:59
Guestbook Editor: Roast potatoes and salad? You're a food pioneer, breaking down the boundaries between hot and cold. We salute you.
(Commenting on book SHR39, KS3 Science Revision Guide - Levels 5-7
This is a very good informative book.
Sophie — Place, United Kingdom — 12 May 2010 at 20:58:52
Revision guide for A2 Human Biology AQA please the AS guide was very good.
P A Benson — Hull, United Kingdom — 12 May 2010 at 00:16:25
In the KS2 Study Book, you haven't got anything about the mode, median and range and stuff which is the thing i've forgotten.
Georgie — Brentwood, United Kingdom — 11 May 2010 at 20:37:39
Guestbook Editor: In the Key Stage 2 Maths Study Book (MHR22), you mean? I've got a copy in my hand right now — everything you need is on pages 98-100. Have average fun!
Please Please Please
Make An AQA Geography B Revision Guide For The New 2009 Specification, You Have One For A, But Not B : (
Sarahh — Birmingham , United Kingdom — 11 May 2010 at 18:49:45
Are the AQA physics, biology and chemistry revision books for foundation or higher tier? Please help!
Lizzie — Brighton , United Kingdom — 11 May 2010 at 17:42:18
Guestbook Editor: Our GCSE AQA Physics, Biology and Chemistry Revision Guides contain everything you'll need for Higer and Foundation levels. There's something for everyone!
Revision Guides please for:
AQA GCSE Economics
OCR GCSE Religious studies: Ethics.
Candy Clarkson — Reading , United Kingdom — 09 May 2010 at 22:52:24
Hi, please can you make a ICT A level book please, as these are really useful and this would really help me. thanks :)
Meg — London, United Kingdom — 09 May 2010 at 19:49:01
Guestbook Editor: Well, we've already made a splendid Revision Guide for AS-Level ICT. A2 ICT is on our Big List Of Things To Do...
I love your books soo much, I actually don't mind revising...
I saw the GCSE English Anthology... please please please do one for A level
Zainab Chachia — Mitcham, United Kingdom — 09 May 2010 at 17:55:12
Love the AS AQA English Language book.
I actually understand what my teacher is talking about now!!
Clarissa — London, United Kingdom — 09 May 2010 at 16:50:10
I left a comment and you didnt reply. You don't have any online exam papers. Having them would help because I can't find them anywhere else. Thank you (:
Sonia — Birstall , United Kingdom — 09 May 2010 at 16:40:19
Guestbook Editor: Thanks for the suggestion. We often huddle together in the CGP bunker in the dead of night and have a good brainstorm about mind-blowing online goodies, so we'll definitely keep it in mind. In the meantime, we've got loads of printed Practice Papers that often work out cheaper than printing them out for yourself.
Just to parrot everyone else I'm gonna say CGP rocks... I was impressed with the intense references to lions in the Physics AS and the brilliant mention at the end of AQA Biology A2.
But not at all in chemistry, What's up with that??
Matt — Banbury, United Kingdom — 09 May 2010 at 16:16:25
Guestbook Editor: Are you accusing us of lion? (Sorry... it's Monday morning again.)
It would be great if you would make AS/A level CGP guides for Classical Civilisation, Philosophy, Geology and Archeaology!??
Susie — Liverpool, United Kingdom — 09 May 2010 at 15:08:54
CGP books have kept me amused for years. I remember when they were just photocopied bits of paper (circa 1994?) and now they are all glossy and flash. When I grow up I am hoping to be a CGP writer!
Anne Gager — Lancaster, United Kingdom — 09 May 2010 at 15:01:33
Guestbook Editor: So am I! (By the way, CGP books were never just photocopied bits of paper — the very first ones were in black and white, but even then they had glossy, flashy front covers. Wow!)
I found a lot of these books helpful when i did my SATS!!! :)
Charlotte — Godalming, United Kingdom — 09 May 2010 at 10:36:50
Very helpful especially as I have SATS tomorrow, this has been great and is a fun way to learn and revise. Thank-you CGPBOOKS.co.uk!
Sam — Somerset, United Kingdom — 09 May 2010 at 09:33:34
Thanks CGP you have really helped me in my SATs for school. I'm doing them this week so that will be scary. Thanks so much.
Olivia — London, United Kingdom — 09 May 2010 at 07:58:56
Guestbook Editor: You're welcome — hope the tests aren't too scary. Good luck to everybody who's doing their SATs this week!
Thanks CGP, your books actually make me WANT to revise!! :)
Niamh Honey — St.Helens , United Kingdom — 08 May 2010 at 21:33:18
Thank you CGP for helping me with my GCSEs!
Harry Jones — Swindon, United Kingdom — 08 May 2010 at 19:11:51
Do you have any accounting books? and if not why not? Please reply. Many Thanks
charan — Isleworth , United Kingdom — 08 May 2010 at 15:13:47
Guestbook Editor: We don't currently have any accounting books, we're afraid — it's basically because we've been keeping ourselves busy with stacks of other books. We do aim to cover as many subjects as we can, so we'll keep accounting in mind for the future.
Thank you CGP my SATs are this week your helping me a lot — thank you!
Olivia — Worcester, United Kingdom — 08 May 2010 at 11:05:12
Thank you SOOOOO much for the amazingly epic guides you do - stuck with your cool books since 2005; totally smooth dude...
Charlotte — Stourbridge, United Kingdom — 07 May 2010 at 21:32:29
Guestbook Editor: Our books are totally smooth, dude. We tried making the covers out of sandpaper once, but it didn't catch on.
This site has literally SAVED me from SAT's!!! High-Five, CGP guys!
Flash Gordon's Little Bro — London , United Kingdom — 07 May 2010 at 20:33:18
This site is really great, especially the Revision Tips. I was scared of SAT's.... now I feel like they're just tests that come up any time!!!
Clash — Luton , United Kingdom — 07 May 2010 at 20:04:57
I love your revision books- Is there any way you could get an English Literature AS level, an English literature A2 level and a Spanish AS level revision guide in for 2011?
Rebecca Farrington — Cambridge, United Kingdom — 07 May 2010 at 18:17:54
I love CGP books.
Jem — Brighton, United Kingdom — 07 May 2010 at 10:56:07
Guestbook Editor: *Blush*
Thank you sooo much for helping me through my GCSEs! Only a few more to go! Your books are amazing! Keep up the good work CGP! xx
Lilly-May — Cheltenham, United Kingdom — 06 May 2010 at 22:10:00
The CGP books are great they make do more and more
Kiki — Leeds, United Kingdom — 06 May 2010 at 19:31:18
Guestbook Editor: Gosh — more and more what? The mind boggles.
Hi, I know I'm probably the millionth person to say this but I would find it reeeeeaaaaaalllllly helpful if you bring out a maths A2 book by next year and maybe a D1 book for OCR? Also a GCSE sociology book would also be very helpful because I seriously can't learn at all from other books apart from yours.
Isam B — Ilford , United Kingdom — 06 May 2010 at 19:10:12
Guestbook Editor: A2 Maths? Never heard of it.
(We have heard of it really, of course — we're working on it. Glad you like the books.)
What a lovely book you lot have but I don't need it right now because I am a i.c.t. tech. I might buy it off you next week or so. Thanks
Fathahul Alam Ansari — Oldham, United Kingdom — 06 May 2010 at 12:31:32
Guestbook Editor: Erm, you're welcome? Hope you enjoy the mystery book if and when you get hold of it.
Any chance of a GCSE Psychology revision book? Would be lovely!
Anna — London, United Kingdom — 06 May 2010 at 10:10:12
Hello all, I left a comment before but you didn't reply to it, Could you consider getting an Italian revision book, I haven't seen any before and its hard to do extra revision for it, (GCSE by the way).
Kalise — London , United Kingdom — 05 May 2010 at 20:35:38
Guestbook Editor: Oops — sorry for not replying. Sometimes we like to be a bit mysterious. We're always thinking about new books to add to our range, but we're not making a GCSE Italian guide just yet.
Hey, everyone from CGP !!
i absolutely adore your books !! my friends got me hooked on to them n i must say tht these r the best revision guides ever. u ppl know how to make AS chem n physics soo much cooler!! thanks a lot from all of us here in Dubai....u guyz ROCK!
Anusha — Dubai, United Arab Emirates — 05 May 2010 at 05:55:46
Guestbook Editor: Aw, thanks. But AS Chemistry and Physics were already pretty cool, weren't they? Science is the new rock and roll — we're just Science groupies who follow it around on tour, hoping to get its autograph. Maybe one day...
(Commenting on book MHRP22, KS2 Maths SATS Practice Papers (Set 1) Levels 3-5
Would be helpful, if your SAT's practice papers for the mental maths test came with the answer booklet, and questions.
krc — Milton Keynes, United Kingdom — 04 May 2010 at 19:40:15
Guestbook Editor: The answers for the Mental Maths tests are in the Answer Book that's included in the pack. The questions (for the teacher to read out) are at the back of the same Answer Book. If you didn't get an Answer Book in your pack, give us a call — we'd be happy to send you a replacement.
I really do enjoy reading your books because they help me soo much and I would like to ask if you are going to have a sale on them soon??? :)
One more thing I would like to ask as well, might you be considering a Mandarin language KS3 book as I am learning it at the moment at my school xx thankyou ;)
Lucy — London, United Kingdom — 04 May 2010 at 16:58:14
Guestbook Editor: Sorry... we're not planning a Key Stage 3 Mandarin book at the moment. But good luck with it!
Hey, I think your books are great, and I was just wondering if you are going to make an AQA Humanities revision guide soon?! It would be so helpful!
Izzy — Derby, United Kingdom — 04 May 2010 at 16:26:02
Your books are incredibly helpful, it's nice to have everything I need in one place.
Hopefully they shall put me on the road to academic excellence!
David — Worthing, United Kingdom — 04 May 2010 at 12:10:56
this is amazing
but is there a KS3 Spanish book in the making?
Veronika — Poole, United Kingdom — 03 May 2010 at 18:22:55
Guestbook Editor: That was very poetic. We're not making a KS3 Spanish book at the moment, though. Sorry.
CGP books are really good
They are not like any other revision books as they don't make you fall asleep two minutes in revision. I've got exams next week and really love the next day delivery thing as it helps last minute people like me a lot...just wished it wasn't bank holiday today so I can get my books quicker!
Carry on with the jokes and exciting facts!
Avneet — Slough, United Kingdom — 03 May 2010 at 15:46:10
I love your books... but you don't have any online exam papers. Having them would help because I can't find them anywhere else. Thank you (:
Sonia — Birstall, United Kingdom — 03 May 2010 at 15:09:53
I really enjoy your books and find them extremely helpful! But what I think would be really useful is an additional maths revision book. I'm not sure what this comes under; I'm doing GCSE but I think it might be a midway between GCSE and AS level. Either way it's basically really hard and I need one of your books on that please.
Edward K — Coventry, United Kingdom — 03 May 2010 at 10:58:21
(Commenting on book GRBR41, GCSE Geography Resources OCR B (Avery Hill) Study Guide
Very nice site!
alexd484 — Itiwptwi, Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirate — 02 May 2010 at 21:48:20
Hey I love these books
Alisha Kinnear — Nottingham, United Kingdom — 02 May 2010 at 16:22:46
I recommend the business studies revision guides, so helpful!
Svfnsdkvns — Stowmarket, United Kingdom — 01 May 2010 at 23:15:08
At my school we get given the workbooks and we have to work out of them in class and for homeworks, I think the books are great and they really do help revise. I'm now in year 10 on work experience leave and I hope to make the most of my revision time, then when I get back I have my biology, chemistry and physics triple award exam help me, haha
Maisie — Stowmarket, United Kingdom — 01 May 2010 at 23:06:57
Please add exam papers to do online to your website.
Gemma — Chesterfield, United Kingdom — 01 May 2010 at 18:53:32
Thanks CGP for awesome revision guides! I find them very helpful with school work and exams. Of course, knowing they are 'the prefered study guides of badgers' how could anyone doubt them? I've definitely made the right choice :) Disappointed that you don't have one for GCSE Sociology though :(
Emma — Doncaster, United Kingdom — 01 May 2010 at 16:57:27
Why do you not do A2 Maths revision guide? My daughter have used your books at GCSE an AS level and have found them extremely useful, but I'm disappointed to find you do not cover A2 maths. Most people that study AS maths usually carry it on to A2, and other book companies have produced A2 maths revision guides, so why don't you? )-:
Jackie — Farnborough, United Kingdom — 01 May 2010 at 14:26:24
Guestbook Editor: We're sorry about the current lack of a CGP A2 Maths book — we realise loads of people would find one useful. We're on the case...
Hi, I'm Farah! I love your CGP books :) I'm in year 7, so I'm just starting the CGP books. My brother who never revised managed to get some decent grades with the help of CGP! By the way for dinner today we're having roast chicken, yummy :)
Farah — Milton Keynes, United Kingdom — 01 May 2010 at 14:24:06
I have enjoyed using CGP Revision Guides. When I came 1 year and 6 months before to this country, I was recommended using CGP REVISION GUIDES since then I have improved in all my subjects and achieved many things therefore I recommend CGP Books to many people. I want to thank the CGP Team. Thanks a lot.
PIra — Hayes, United Kingdom — 01 May 2010 at 10:34:42