Guestbook Archive - January 2011
Just a small one to say thank-you for all the hard work you put in to your books, I sat GCSE Physics & Biology last year having next to no knowledge of each subject and having been out of education for 6 years, all I armed myself with were your books and I got a A in each subject with no additional tutoring :D I have just ordered some books for my A-Levels and I have total confidence that they will do me well.
Amy — Colchester , United Kingdom — 30 Jan 2011 at 21:10:16
Just ordered another of your excellent revision guides for my son who's studying A level maths. Just one question, will you be publishing a guide for the mechanics part of the maths syllabus anytime soon?
Karen Robinson — Farnborough , United Kingdom — 30 Jan 2011 at 16:14:51
Guestbook Editor: Yes, indeed — our new Complete Revision & Practice books for A-Level Maths cover the Core, Statistics and Mechanics units. If you'd like more information, our Customer Services team will be happy to help — their email address is at the top of this page.
As a tutor I have pretty much the full range of your books in maths and English and find them fantastic! I encourage all the students to get them too. Only suggestion for improvement is to coat them in a seriously sticky substance that only wears off after 10 hours revision.
Carys Thurlby — Ascot , United Kingdom — 29 Jan 2011 at 22:44:08
Guestbook Editor: Great to hear you like the books. I think this may be the first time anybody's criticised them for not being tacky enough...
So when are u gonna release further maths modules? x
Lilly - Anne — Shropshire , United Kingdom — 29 Jan 2011 at 19:47:35
(Commenting on book SHR21, KS2 Science Study Book
this book is good for SATS in school
muhammad rafey — luton , United Kingdom — 29 Jan 2011 at 18:25:51
I used your SATs books and got 555.
I have a Maths GCSE exam in March and I am finding the guides amazing!
Keep up the amazing & witty publications :)
Abigail Porter — Essex , United Kingdom — 29 Jan 2011 at 14:01:22
Guestbook Editor: We'll do our best. Good luck with your exam!
I have bought 8 books of yours from my school and I have been studying away. I like them because people who are keen to learn can concentrate and learn without the distractions in class. I am 11, in year 6!
Charlotte Haines — Ripley, Woking, United Kingdom — 29 Jan 2011 at 10:08:32
Guestbook Editor: Brilliant! Keep up the good work. Concentration is absolutely essential when it comes to... ooh, that cloud looks exactly like Justin Timberlake.
(Commenting on book MHR23, KS2 Maths Study Book
I love your books! I loved them as a teacher and they still amuse, entertain and educate me. I'm a Granny now and want to keep an eye on what's going on in KS2, Year 6, as it's a few years since I was teaching this age group. - well, not that many but enough to feel out of touch.
Mrs Hilary Minor — Guildford, United Kingdom — 28 Jan 2011 at 16:51:56
if you can not think straight, try rebooting it.
sam — swindon , Venezuela — 28 Jan 2011 at 11:20:49
Do you give free sample books to students JUST like you give to schools? PLEASE DO SO!!!
david — london , United Kingdom — 27 Jan 2011 at 21:04:57
Guestbook Editor: I think our iFAQ page answers this one quite nicely... "We're very sorry, but we can't send free samples to all our customers or we'd go bankrupt. Instead, we've loaded lots of lovely sample and contents pages for all our books onto our website — this should give you a little taster." Sorry (again).
Hi, I'm an A- level student (currently AS) and I was searching for books on English Literature. Do you have anything on Henry IV Part 1 or Street Car Named Desire? Or Hamlet, perhaps? If you haven't, please publish one. I need something funny... and useful, of course. :)
Muhammad Adib — Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — 27 Jan 2011 at 14:32:21
Guestbook Editor: Hello! We haven't yet made any books for A-Level English Lit, but we'd definitely keep it in mind for the future. If you're studying A Streetcar Named Desire and Hamlet, I can see why you might need something funny to cheer you up — neither of them end very happily, if I remember rightly...
If you try to Fail and Succeed have you succeeded or failed?!?
Ryansquid — Flitwick, United Kingdom — 27 Jan 2011 at 09:07:37
Guestbook Editor: Does... not... compute. *Head explodes*
Hello im really bored so i just thought i would write something here bye
HUHUHUH — MK , United Kingdom — 27 Jan 2011 at 08:58:31
i love this book it is amazing i had to say please 20 times to my dad to get it
mariam — birmingham , United Kingdom — 26 Jan 2011 at 20:56:16
Hi, do you know when the new 2011 science specifications are being sold?? Also... YOUR BOOKS ARE AMAZING!!!
Chrishan Fernando — Rochester , United Kingdom — 26 Jan 2011 at 18:03:01
Guestbook Editor: Good question. The new GCSE Science specifications are still being finalised — we'll let you know when we've got more news.
Are your study guides suitable for the WJEC examination boards ?? Also have you got anything that covers 'A view from a bridge' (English GCSE)
Tania — Swansea, United Kingdom — 26 Jan 2011 at 17:37:55
Guestbook Editor: Unless a particular exam board is mentioned on the cover, most of our books are suitable for all courses — so they should cover the majority of what you need to know for WJEC. We've also got some GCSE Maths and English books that are perfectly matched to the WJEC specifications. We don't have anything for 'A View from the Bridge', I'm afraid (although there is a new Text Guide for 'The Crucible' on the way, Arthur Miller fans).
i love the books but they do cost a lot if you need lots of them and there are so many books for each subject so it is hard to know which book to buy
jodie — oxford, United Kingdom — 26 Jan 2011 at 16:10:58
I took it upon myself to look up Cumbria on the google maps after your comments and I can see what you mean!
Mary — Norman , Uganda — 26 Jan 2011 at 12:30:20
Super resources. Fantastic for pupils to use in their independent revision, as well as part of classroom activities.
amira — London, United Kingdom — 25 Jan 2011 at 22:28:39
Guestbook Editor: Thanks! Although I'm getting a slight feeling of déja vu...
Hello, will you be publishing an AS and A2 Further Maths revision guide? Thanks :) (by the way, all of your science revision guides are fab!)
Stephen — Southampton , United Kingdom — 25 Jan 2011 at 22:10:48
Guestbook Editor: Sorry... there are no CGP A-Level Further Maths books on the cards at the moment (but we're adding the finishing touches to our new AS and A2 Maths ranges as we speak). Enjoy the science!
(Commenting on book E5L20, KS2 English Literacy Hour The Tricky Bits - Years 5-6
This book is truly amazing it will definetely help me with my english and will help me learn all those tricky words that get your brain in spin. Im trying to persuade my dad to purchase the book but he keeps saying no not until you've read all the study books you've been given.
kevin — bedfont , United Kingdom — 25 Jan 2011 at 18:07:22
My owner asked you previously to sharpen the edges on your books so i could itch on it. It was great at first, then my head fell off :|
Fluffles — London, United Kingdom — 25 Jan 2011 at 13:15:56
Guestbook Editor: I like stories that end with "then my head fell off." There aren't enough of them around.
[There now follows a brief interlude from some of the CGP Guestbook's more surreal contributors...]
I was reading the posts below about how the world will end. The reason for this, I believe, is the sarcastic comments you have been posting in return. I would like it if you were to stop immediately and take a good hard look at life. Seriously, it's ending soon.
Also, CUMBRIA? WHY?
Mary — Norman, Uganda — 25 Jan 2011 at 13:10:16
Guestbook Editor: We like Cumbria. It has a range of very attractive lakes and mountains. And there's the Pencil Museum in Keswick. Come and visit before the world ends!
Please can you send me a copy of every book you make, I love them so much!
I would also love to meet you in person, can we have it arranged? Please?
Bob Marley — Liverpool , United Kingdom — 25 Jan 2011 at 13:04:47
I Love Maths and Science and English your books are amazing and i love you
James Ivall — Husborne Crawley , United Kingdom — 25 Jan 2011 at 13:03:50
What's brown and sticky???
FUNNYguy — Luton, United Kingdom — 25 Jan 2011 at 12:59:46
Guestbook Editor: That's actually one of my favourite jokes ever. Goes down an absolute storm at dinner parties.
I dont get this book, i will stick to singing.
la la la laa lo lo lo lo la la laaaaa la la
tum ti tum ti tum
Cheryl Cole — M K , United Kingdom — 25 Jan 2011 at 12:54:41
i was reading this book with my friend and i found it very depressing. please include some funny jokes in your next publication.
Antelopedude — Luton, United Kingdom — 25 Jan 2011 at 12:52:09
Guestbook Editor: I've got a great one for you... What's brown and sticky? Oh, you've heard it.
I find that your books are quite the health hazard. I lent the book to my dog yesterday for some quick last minute revision only to find he'd swallowed the book and was looking quite ill on the carpet. I would like to see you put a NOT FOR DOGS warning on the back of these books in future.
Ryansquid — Filtwick, United Kingdom — 25 Jan 2011 at 12:50:07
Guestbook Editor: Sounds like a very sensible suggestion.
[Thanks, guys. (Relatively) Normal Guestbook service will now be resumed.]
(Commenting on book SMEB21, KS2 Complete SATs Practice Papers - Science, Maths and English
This thing is AMAZING. I'm doing adventure from set one and it's really good. CGP MAKE THE BEST EVER STUDY BOOKS
Gaurav — Ilford, United Kingdom — 24 Jan 2011 at 17:09:01
(Commenting on book M6PH21, KS2 Maths Homework Sheets - Year 6
Why is this book so expensive?!!
thomas — kdjfg , United Kingdom — 24 Jan 2011 at 14:29:16
Guestbook Editor: Ah, this is a photocopiable book for schools — it may seem expensive, but it includes a licence for teachers to copy each page as many times as they like. It's a bargain when you look at it like that.
Perfect I.G books in my opinion, I still love your books since year 6! These GCSE books are a great help, I appreciate it a lot, as I bought almost all of the necessary books which I require for my most difficult subjects. I can't seem to locate the Media Studies book on your site though, but I know it exists as I've seen my teacher with it...
Abdulla — Madinat Khalifa , Qatar — 24 Jan 2011 at 13:33:31
Guestbook Editor: Great to hear you've found the books useful. I'm afraid we haven't yet made a Media Studies book that's up-to-date for the latest GCSE courses (the edition your teacher has should cover most of what you need, but there may be some points that aren't included). Sorry!
Your textbooks are great!! I have the KS3 Science one- but I couldn't find anything about 'The Energy Gap'! Could you just, please, briefly explain it for me?? HELP!!
Anna — England , United Kingdom — 23 Jan 2011 at 14:47:44
Guestbook Editor: Oh, crumbs — that might be quite a big topic. We don't want to tell you the wrong thing, so it's probably best to check with your teacher to find out exactly what you need to know. Good luck!
Super resources. Fantastic for pupils to use in their independent revision, as well as part of classroom activities.
Karin Wood — waberthwaite , United Kingdom — 23 Jan 2011 at 10:41:02
Brilliant service really quick delivery and will helpfully benefit my GCSEs.
And the little reminder on what course you are doing is brilliant!
Although there could be bigger descriptions on the books.
Jonathan — Worcester , United Kingdom — 22 Jan 2011 at 16:28:16
Guestbook Editor: Thanks for your comments — we aim to please. We like to keep our book descriptions fairly short and sweet, but we've added browsable sample pages to loads of our books to give you a flavour of what to expect. Mmm... browsable.
I used your books throughout my GCSE's and found them very useful but the AS level selection is very thin and doesn't include 3 of my 4 subjects; economics, pe and history. Please publish these books soon!!
Rosie — Reading , United Kingdom — 21 Jan 2011 at 08:53:42
Great website, easy to use and very accessible.
Good choice and speedy transaction
Angie — Hounslow , United Kingdom — 20 Jan 2011 at 23:00:56
Now many schools are turning to IGCSE, your new Maths range is very welcome. Are any more IGCSE guides in the pipeline?
Fiona Forsyth — Manchester , United Kingdom — 20 Jan 2011 at 08:41:31
Guestbook Editor: We're definitely keeping IGCSEs in mind. IGCSE Science is next on our list, but the books are still a little way off yet.
Have bought these books in the past from High Street Book stores, so I know how helpful they are! If I had known how funny the web site was it would have saved me a trip - even the terms & conditions are a hoot - NOT patronising in any way, should be taken as they are meant i.e. lighthearted!! WELL DONE! TOP OF THE CLASS!!
Deb Wood — Birtley, United Kingdom — 19 Jan 2011 at 18:15:38
Now there can be TWO claims to fame for Rhode Island, the home of 'Family Guy' and the FIRST High School in the USA to adopt a CGP workbook !
I have to explain some of the jokes, but that makes them better !
Stephen Lakeland — Providence RI , United States of America — 19 Jan 2011 at 18:00:06
Guestbook Editor: Fantastic news — hope your students are enjoying the CGP experience. (And maybe you could explain some of the jokes from Family Guy to us some time? It's hard to keep up.)
I do not like CGP books as I find them patronising and the jokes are distracting, also having a topics worth of information crammed on to one page is an insult to students and teachers because it takes several lessons to teach it not several minutes.
Bobby — slough, United Kingdom — 19 Jan 2011 at 08:29:59
Guestbook Editor: Crikey — patronising, distracting and insulting? I guess we shouldn't expect an invitation to your next birthday party. We realise our style won't be to everybody's taste, but we try to fit all the key information for each topic on to a single/double page to make it quick and easy to revise material you've already studied in class. No offence meant, to teachers or students.
OMG~, your book are amazing! i will pass with your books so simply laid out good questions many of them infact, i recommend these books to everyone!
mistery — Hinckley , United Kingdom — 18 Jan 2011 at 13:01:56
I pity the fool who has not read these books! I think y'all should Quit Your Jibba Jabba, get some nuts, and revise more, instead of posting on this website! Mr T - out!
Mr T — City of PAIN , United States of America — 18 Jan 2011 at 10:11:36
You guys are fantastic! I can't put into words how much your guides have helped. They contain funny jokes, yet still manage to cram lots of information in the pages. I think the 'end-of-topic' quizzes are a great idea. Why don't you add a key-word list at the end of the books?
p.s. - the music GCSE book for 2011 was really funny, especially the air guitar bit at the end!
Becky — Manchester, United Kingdom — 17 Jan 2011 at 20:49:51
Guestbook Editor: Great to hear that our books have helped you with your revision. We like the key-word list idea — some of our current books do have glossaries at the back, but maybe we should think about picking out the most important terms in a separate list.
After reading your absolutely grrrrrooveylicious books, I have decided that I'm going to go back to the sixties, recharge my mojo, defeat Dr. Evil and be back in time for tea! Cheerio chums
Austin Powers — The Sixties, United Kingdom — 17 Jan 2011 at 09:14:53
Guestbook Editor: Oh, behave.
is there any way to get the answers for the additional science workbook online as i have my science exam tomorrow morning? please reply quick. thanks
ed — kingston, United Kingdom — 16 Jan 2011 at 19:00:21
Guestbook Editor: Argh, sorry — our Workbook answers aren't available online at the moment. Good luck with the exam!
Great books!!! I have all 3 sciences and looking at getting more but please add to the science book the answers so that my parents or friends who dont learn it can test me and give me quick feedback.
But i still love them and thanks for giving me good grades :D
Murray Hawthorne — Plumpton Green , United Kingdom — 16 Jan 2011 at 18:44:09
Guestbook Editor: Thanks! See a few comments down for more about why we don't put complete answers in our Revision Guides (although the questions are always in the same order as the content appears in the book, so it should be fairly easy-ish for anyone to flick through and find the answers without looking for ages).
Love Your Books But Any Chance You Could Make An A-Level History One?! x
Kez — London , United Kingdom — 16 Jan 2011 at 16:17:59
Guestbook Editor: I'd say there's a pretty good chance of some new CGP AS History books later this year. Stay tuned.
I like turtles in your books
Mac baker bond — Flitwick , United Kingdom — 16 Jan 2011 at 14:38:00
Hey, your books are GREAT, but they would be even better if there was an AQA geography B book. Thanks, much love xx
leighton_read — retford , United Kingdom — 16 Jan 2011 at 14:16:24
these books really do help!!!
i have a gcse chemistry exam tomorrow and so reading the additional section of chemistry cgp!!(whilst procrastinating on the internet!) my caat would like me to suggest that you make the corners of your spines on the books a little sharper so when he nudges the book then he can itch his head! that is all. thank you!!
fern pallister — Torpoint , United Kingdom — 16 Jan 2011 at 14:09:00
Guestbook Editor: Sharper corners. Got it.
(Commenting on book CHR43, GCSE Chemistry Revision Guide
Why on earth don't you have the complete answers to the end of unit tests. As a parent who learned this stuff years ago I'm really hacked off that I have to comb through the book to find the answers. What a waste of money!
Anne bateman — Exeter , United Kingdom — 16 Jan 2011 at 13:39:37
Guestbook Editor: Sorry for any frustration — the Revision Summary questions in our Revision Guides are there to test students on how much they've remembered when they reach the end of a section. If there's anything they've forgotten, they can go back to the relevant page for a proper reminder (rather than just looking up the answer and moving on). That's the idea, anyway.
I think you should make iPhone apps for for your books, I think it would be a really good idea as loads of people have some form of apple app player (ipod touch, iPhone and iPad) and I personally would find this this very useful as I take my iPod everywhere with me, if you don't agree why is that?
Toby Betts — Ascot , United Kingdom — 16 Jan 2011 at 13:38:26
Guestbook Editor: It's a good idea — iPhones/Pads/Pods are everywhere, and who wouldn't want to squeeze in a bit of cheeky digital GCSE Chemistry revision whilst waiting for the bus? All we can say for the moment is that we're not unaware of all the technology out there...
i hate your books!
ana — liverpool, United Kingdom — 15 Jan 2011 at 17:51:46
your books rock - just one request - publish a drama gcse revision guide please! it's really hard and i wouldn't mind if it was small but please? thank you :)
thankful reviser — london , United Kingdom — 15 Jan 2011 at 17:14:36
I love your books!
nnenna — london , United Kingdom — 15 Jan 2011 at 15:30:06
Please can you give me the answers to the questions in the Core science, higher tier workbook please!!!!!!!!!!!
Bailey — London , United Kingdom — 15 Jan 2011 at 13:16:19
Guestbook Editor: Ah, the answers for our Science Workbooks are printed in separate booklets. Just drop an email to our Customer Services team — they'll be able to tell you which one you need.
Can I just say how dearly upset I am because you haven't posted my earlier posts but this is important I was wondering if you would tell me if you have any books in the business studies area as I am unhappy with the amounts of moneys I am currently possessing please at least post this one or I will lock myself in a cupboard and lick cheese for the rest me my life thank you
mac — flitwick, United Kingdom — 15 Jan 2011 at 00:24:46
Guestbook Editor: Okay, put down that moistened wedge of stilton and come out of the cupboard. We've got books for GCSE and A-Level Business Studies, but you'll need a bit of entrepreneurial spirit to increase your cash flow. May we suggest diverting your creative energies away from the CGP Guestbook and into a small business? Good luck!
Hello we have been wondering if you have a Facebook account because you sound very humorous and youre a legend and we like spaghetti bolognese hahahaha did you get the joke
Mac baker bond and Luke hobbs — Flitwick, United Kingdom — 14 Jan 2011 at 21:53:26
Guestbook Editor: Hahaha! *Backs away slowly*
(CGP doesn't have a Facebook page at the moment, but you can find us @CGP_Books on Twitter if you're partial to a spot of microblogging. And who isn't?)
I like your books especially the bit were the fish high fives the carrot-headed wooly-hat-wearing banana.
Mac baker-bond — Flitwick, United Kingdom — 14 Jan 2011 at 18:59:42
Meow! My owner wasn't very pleased with me, she was studying but left to go for her shower. She left her CGP books out, so I ate them. They was very tasty, but may I suggest flavoured pages? Thanks, Catty McCat.
Catty McCat — Catsville , United Kingdom — 14 Jan 2011 at 17:26:11
Guestbook Editor: Brillant idea. The marketing slogans would just write themselves. CGP — top-quality revision books, now infused with with the great taste of pilchards.
dear cgp earlier today i tried to take your advice and play kerplunk. however i did not realise by pulling the straws the marbles fell. i later found this out i know that you did warn me that this game was terrifying but not to this magnitude when the marbles crashed to the ground i got scared so i hissed at the game ran out the back door climbed up a tree and was stuck there for four hours my mum had to entice me with whiskers cat food to get me down pls do not give this advice to anyone else thsnk you
luke hobbs — flitwick, United Kingdom — 14 Jan 2011 at 13:01:05
Guestbook Editor: Dear Luke (and your various associates/alter-egos), I'm very sorry for any distress or loss of marbles that may have been caused by our Ker-Plunk advice. Your Guestbook comments are keeping me entertained, but some of them are a bit too... off-beat to publish here. Have you considered writing a novel? With your imagination, you could be the next Stephanie Meyer/J K Rowling/Jeffrey Archer. Yours sincerely, GE.
bo! the names badonde brian badonde and when i suffer from uneffective revision guides i take new cgp books read 1 a day 3 a day for four times a day
brian badonde — flitwick , United Kingdom — 14 Jan 2011 at 12:36:49
As a parent what an excellent place to buy the GCSE revision guides; I was surprised at the excellent cost of the books as had been looking on other sites to buy them as I thought it would be cheaper but for only a few pence more was able to buy them direct from you. Then got a discount and free delivery so it's win win all round. Just need my daughter to pass her GCSE's now!!
Helen Stringer-Woolston — Swanley , United Kingdom — 14 Jan 2011 at 10:30:48
Guestbook Editor: We're very pleased to hear that you enjoyed shopping with us. All the best to your daughter in her GCSEs.
Brilliant - a free sample that does not involve me in the hassle of inspection copies. And at the very least it guarantees your publication and your brand a place in our school library. And that is before we evaluate it.
DrC — Hitchin , United Kingdom — 14 Jan 2011 at 09:47:26
efgfds — gsdf , United Kingdom — 13 Jan 2011 at 20:22:19
Hi CGP do you have any history books about the civil rights movement? Thanks
Priscillia — Birmingham , United Kingdom — 13 Jan 2011 at 19:22:24
Guestbook Editor: For GCSE, do you mean? The Civil Rights movement is covered in the 'USA 1945-1975' section of our OCR B Modern World History Revision Guide. (We're also working on an AS Edexcel History book that covers this topic, but you'll have to wait until autumn for that...)
hi am mansoor and i love your books
mansoor — LONDON , United Kingdom — 13 Jan 2011 at 18:54:11
you're so brilliant CGP crew
I love your books so much.
CGP : english key stage 2
mansoor — LONDON, United Kingdom — 13 Jan 2011 at 18:51:18
do you reccomened any good games for science that would be just spiffing if you could thank you
luke hobbs — bedford, United Kingdom — 13 Jan 2011 at 10:43:57
Guestbook Editor: Ker-Plunk is pretty good. It's like a physics experiment that demonstrates the terrifying power of gravity.
at luke brown try using a science based cgp book the fish seem to like the taste also remember to dip the book in mayonnaise before sending out the line hope this helps
luke hobbs — bedford, United Kingdom — 13 Jan 2011 at 10:36:00
In three weeks maybe my mum will buy me KS3 books for my test when i go to Christ College or if its called All saints Acedemy so i'll be ready for my test!
Laura — Cheltenham, United Kingdom — 13 Jan 2011 at 08:16:47
Guestbook Editor: We'll keep our fingers crossed for you.
do u show the awnsers 4 the maths workbooks? level 5-8?
Daniel Wright — northampton , United Kingdom — 12 Jan 2011 at 21:26:17
Guestbook Editor: Yep — our KS3 Maths Level 5-8 Workbook is available with answers included at the back (just search for MHW30M). If you're using it at school, your teacher will probably have a separate answer booklet stashed away in a drawer.
Dear CGP, please eliminate pathetic stories and awful jokes from your books. E.g. "Those little electrons prancing about like mini bunnies decide what'll react with what" or "Daisy the cow said she wanted to be in the book - so I said yes". Frankly, I'd rather learn about items related to my course. I'm buying a different revision guide next time.
Ruaridh — Sevenoaks, United Kingdom — 12 Jan 2011 at 20:25:16
Guestbook Editor: We're sorry you're not a fan of our style, but you can't say no to Daisy. Look at those big, sad cow eyes.
(Commenting on book SEHW41, GCSE Core Science Edexcel Workbook - Higher
Is this book a triple science book ?
Gully — London , United Kingdom — 12 Jan 2011 at 18:33:13
Guestbook Editor: This particular book covers the Core topics for Edexcel 360Science (B1, C1 and P1). We've got separate Workbooks for Edexcel Biology, Chemistry and Physics that might suit you better — you'll find them all in our GCSE Science section.
I am in year 7 now I used these books for my year 6 SATS
My results were 555
So in high school i am in top sets for every thing except for tech
Hozaifh — Preston, United Kingdom — 12 Jan 2011 at 16:59:40
Guestbook Editor: Excellent work — good to hear you found the books useful.
i got told by wikileaks that the film 2012 is a documentary, and that books are the work of the devil, is this all true? ps how can you download movies for free, can you send me a link? Is gingerness contagious? and have i got a massive aneurysm? i have been feeling ill and wondered if it was due to a massive aneurysm
Ben — Walkerton, United Kingdom — 12 Jan 2011 at 12:19:18
Guestbook Editor: Respectively: yes, no, not really (unless by 'contagious', you mean 'hereditary'), probably not (check with your GP, we would).
(Commenting on book MJFR41, GCSE Maths WJEC Linear Revision Guide - Foundation
personally i think that this book is quite complicated and there is too much on each page and the information is crammed tight into a page and personally i cant take it all in i would rather it be spread out across more pages to take a little bit from the page in at a time. thanks
lauren — barry , United Kingdom — 12 Jan 2011 at 12:01:56
Do you do a revision guide for Double Engineering Award?
Michelle — Branchester, United Kingdom — 12 Jan 2011 at 09:44:30
Guestbook Editor: We don't, I'm afraid. Sorry.
I'm in yr6 and I have my S.A.Ts coming up I got for litrecey reading writing and spelling 5a. This was in yr4 but for maths I only got a 4c : (
So I'm Trying really hard to get 6 at least
does anyone have any tips about the sats test
northgate primary juniper — crawley, United Kingdom — 11 Jan 2011 at 19:30:34
i luv these books
Anonymous — New York, United States of America — 11 Jan 2011 at 14:07:14
Hi, um when I read your maths books I don't understand things like .. when you say "you divide this by this by the biggest number o nthis and this and this" or something, I have no clue what it means, and .. then I end up getting a 2 on the mental maths tests. I'm in year six by the way .
Zohal Qayum — London , United Kingdom — 10 Jan 2011 at 22:32:30
hi my name is Vanessa I have my SATs test coming up i want 2 get a 555, so I am using the CGP books all my cousins revised from that book & they all got 555 so I am using the book but I have no idea how it helps? :( :(:(
vanessa — london, United Kingdom — 10 Jan 2011 at 19:49:58
Guestbook Editor: Now, now.
i think your books are great they help me in my lessons lots xx :D
anonymous — hull , United Kingdom — 10 Jan 2011 at 15:42:14
I must say that I found these books extremely helpful when it came to the exams. I believe that I would have gotten a D without them, but with them I got full marks in the science modules =) Thank youuuuu!!!!
Nicolas Welton — Flitwick, Bedford , United Kingdom — 10 Jan 2011 at 13:16:05
i used CGP to fish with the other day
i didnt catch any fish
i therefore blame you !
Luke Browne — Hemel Hmepstead, United Kingdom — 10 Jan 2011 at 12:39:59
I bought my girl a CGP for her birthday!!!
She left me the following day.
Dinesh — London, United Kingdom — 10 Jan 2011 at 10:01:53
Guestbook Editor: Never mind. If she didn't appreciate the gift of pun-heavy revision and practice on her birthday, you're probably better off without her.
I have just received some highly classified intel from a neighbor that hemel hempstead will stop buying your books. London will set on fire. Gordon Brown will fly into space and his fake eye will block the sun and floods will rage everywhere putting out the fire in london :|
Aaron Leonard — Flitwick, United Kingdom — 10 Jan 2011 at 09:27:40
Guestbook Editor: Oh. That's slightly upsetting. Thanks for the warning, though.
i am here to report that this site is getting banned by every school in hemel hempstead. im afraid that london is going to be set on fire and the sun will be blocked FOREVER by gordon browns fake eye. im sorry to inform that this will cause mass inconvenience over the entire world because big big tidal waves will come and flood everywhere! :(
nick welton — flitwick, United Kingdom — 10 Jan 2011 at 09:20:01
Guestbook Editor: This is getting worse by the minute. It's certainly very dark and wet this morning (although CGP is based in Cumbria, so that's not especially unusual). Curse you Hemel Hempstead! And Gordon Brown. *Shakes fist to the skies*
Just wanted to say thanks for the books (: We always get them from school for science GCSE and I'm currently using the AQA Additional Science book for my exam on thursday, it is really helping me and is never boring! Thank you (:
Anonymous — Liverpool , United Kingdom — 09 Jan 2011 at 17:27:39
Guestbook Editor: Aces. You're welcome.
Will you be releasing any GCSE Sociology Revision Books for this year? Because i got an 50% exam this June...
RevisionNut — London , United Kingdom — 09 Jan 2011 at 17:19:55
Guestbook Editor: There's nothing GCSE Sociology-shaped on the cards this year, I'm afraid. Hope the exam goes well.
Hey, I'm revising for Edexcel A2 Chemistry at the moment from your guide. Just wondering, on page 44 in the Exam questions i think that the values for the half and equivalence points are wrong in the answers?
Ashley — London, United Kingdom — 09 Jan 2011 at 14:50:44
Guestbook Editor: Ah, yes: well spotted. [The answer to Q2a)ii) should be 3.5 (or accept values in the range 3.0 – 4.0), which means the answers to Q2d) should be: pKa = 3.5, Ka = 0.000316 mol/dm³]. We'll correct that next time we reprint the book.
What exam boards are your GCSE I.T. revision guides aimed for? I'm on OCR, will they be useful for me?
Lyla — Liverpool , United Kingdom — 09 Jan 2011 at 13:36:19
Guestbook Editor: Yep — our GCSE ICT books cover AQA, Edexcel and OCR, so you'll find that they're stuffed full of usefulness.
Thank you so much for these brilliant books. I bought your Chemistry, Biology and Psychology books for AS and they're brilliant.
The information is so clear, concise and humorous (which was definitely a bonus after my revision marathons)! I really can't convey how grateful I am for these books, thank you again!
Lisha — London , United Kingdom — 09 Jan 2011 at 13:22:02
I'm currently reading through your GSCE Biology guide (OCR Gateway) and I must say it's brilliant!
Chimro — Ipswich, United Kingdom — 09 Jan 2011 at 13:03:28
I love the books you produce! They are simply fantastic! The new A2 maths guide is great!....if only there was an AS and A2 economics revison guide book...especially for edexecel (Hint Hint!) :-)
Tanuvi — Fareham , United Kingdom — 08 Jan 2011 at 16:42:56
Guestbook Editor: How kind of you to say so. We'd definitely like to make books for A-Level Economics, but (just like real economics) it's hard to predict exactly what's going to happen at this stage.
Hello, I am doing to do my sats in a couple of weeks. I just want to compliment that your books are the best revision guides i've ever read :)
Zeeshan — yorkshire, United Kingdom — 07 Jan 2011 at 16:32:48
Only way they you actually be better would be if there was a essential definitions list in them, other wise flawless!
Owen — Taylor , United Kingdom — 06 Jan 2011 at 19:06:41
Guestbook Editor: Essential definitions lists? Good idea. I'll pass that on to the brains behind the books (making sure that I take all the credit, obviously).
This revision book looks amazing! Just hoping that I receive my order for tomorrow!
Alex — Bradford On Avon, United Kingdom — 06 Jan 2011 at 16:28:32
Guestbook Editor: We hope so, too — it'll be on its way to you this evening. Prepare to be amazed.
I love the books. It makes me understand much more better.
Amardev — Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia — 06 Jan 2011 at 09:32:47
They helped me with my maths sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much, it was unbelievable! thanks! what happened to the catalougue you could order?
Tanzeela — Birmingham, United Kingdom — 05 Jan 2011 at 18:27:46
Guestbook Editor: Hooray! You can still order a CGP catalogue by sending an email to our super-lovely customer services team, or you can flick through/download a copy online here. Enjoy.
Love these books! A must for every child! Keep up the good work and thank you! :D
Anonymous — London, United Kingdom — 04 Jan 2011 at 18:39:03
(Commenting on book B2R41, GCSE Biology OCR 21st Century Revision Guide
Many spelling errors and to cheesy!
Bob — Headon , United Kingdom — 04 Jan 2011 at 18:02:13
Guestbook Editor: To cheesy... and beyond?
I am the wrong-side of fifty, but this is still a fantastic way to learn new ideas, and maintain some sort of currency.
Gary Carter — New York, United Kingdom — 04 Jan 2011 at 12:36:17
I get home tutored and these work books and tests have really helped me out.
Georgina — Devon , United Kingdom — 04 Jan 2011 at 11:48:30
hi my name is asha i have my SATs test coming up i am using the cgp books but i don't know how that helps.
asha — london , United Kingdom — 03 Jan 2011 at 19:53:09
Guestbook Editor: Asha, your comment made me smile. I hope CGP books help you out with your SATs one way or another.
Thank you for a user friendly, clear to follow site and ordering system. No problems or glitches - makes a nice change! Great study books too! Happy new year.
CAROLE DAVIES — READING , United Kingdom — 03 Jan 2011 at 10:51:04
Guestbook Editor: Thanks! Happy New Year to you, too. (And Happy New Year to all the CGP Guestbook readers out there. We love you all. *Blinks back the tears*)
I just wanted to say a big THANK you for your amazing OCR Gateway triple science revision guides. They are so helpful for revision for the mocks. Will you be considering to publish any revision guides for FSMQ Add Maths or GCSE Economics? Thank you :)
Stephen P — Southampton , United Kingdom — 02 Jan 2011 at 18:11:41
Thank you so much CGP for getting me through my GCSEs :) i was wondering if you'll be releasing AS/A2 economics books anytime soon? please? thanks :)
Saraniya — Reading , United Kingdom — 02 Jan 2011 at 16:07:05
I've found your book extremely useful thankyou! However, I am desperate for the Cambridge Latin Course revision guide but I can not seem to find it anywhere. Do you have a Latin guide?
Zoee — Aldershot , United Kingdom — 01 Jan 2011 at 19:39:26
Guestbook Editor: Sorry... no Latin Revision Guides in the works at the moment.