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Guestbook Archive - May 2011

That "option B" is really distracting when you're supposed to be trying to find information on how to pass your english GCSE...

Linda Bieleski — Dubai , United Arab Emirates — 30 May 2011 at 17:23:45

Guestbook Editor: But at least you know how to slay demons now, right? That's got to be at least as useful as being able to explain the rhetorical effects of onomatopoeia.

great books, helped me with my gcse's :D:D

Michelle — Newport , United Kingdom — 30 May 2011 at 16:21:34

its is really goood

shakera — london , United Kingdom — 30 May 2011 at 09:26:21

(Commenting on book HPM42, GCSE History, Schools History Project Revision Guide

get on with ot

Mooface — Ipswich , United Kingdom — 28 May 2011 at 21:43:54

(Commenting on book AVHR41, GCSE AQA Anthology Poetry Study Guide (Characters & Voices) Higher

I this day & age to technology when will your books be available to buy & download?

John Galvin — Lower Stondon , United Kingdom — 28 May 2011 at 14:59:10

fab site, range of books and prices! Would love to see KS3 Spanish (perhaps with disc?)

Pam — Accrington , United Kingdom — 27 May 2011 at 18:53:07

Where are the answers fror the revision guide summarys(science) replyyyy xxxx

Amrit — Solihull , United Kingdom — 27 May 2011 at 13:13:40

Guestbook Editor: Hello! We don't give you all the Revision Summary answers separately, but you'll find most of them by flicking back through the book. The questions are there to test you on what you've remembered from the section you've just revised. If a question asks you to do a calculation, you'll find the answers at the back of the book, or at the bottom of the page. Hope that helps.

I have bought many of your fab revision guides, including the Additional Science one, which thanks to that has brought me from a C grade to an A grade. Many thanks to CGP!!

Rachel Smith — St Albans, United Kingdom — 27 May 2011 at 10:39:40

Me again - with your AQA Chemistry AS guide under the Extraction of Metals section regarding sulfide ores - your zinc sulfide roasting example isn't balanced.
The Zinc oxide has 2 moles, but you haven't put in 2 moles of Zinc sulfide.
Just adding the 2 balances the rest of the equation though.

(Or maybe my school's sold us an older version without the revisions?)

CGP FAN — London , United Kingdom — 27 May 2011 at 06:31:30

Guestbook Editor: Hi again — thanks for pointing that out. We've got a note of that little slip-up on our system, so we'll correct it the next time we reprint the book.

I do not understand why the prices suddenly increase to RRP upon registering. These are not the prices stated when placing the original order. I think that this is cheeky and lacks integrity. I probably won't recomend this site. What a shame because what you do is good. Honesty is the name of the game.

Sylvi — Reading , United Kingdom — 26 May 2011 at 22:30:55

Guestbook Editor: No dishonesty intended — we offer different prices to schools, simply because they're able to order in such large quantities. So if you select 'School' when browsing our site, those are the prices you'll see. But if your account is under a different category (i.e. you're not buying for a registered UK school), you'll see different prices when you log in. Apologies for any confusion.

i must admit ur books r amazing although i don't like to read much revision guides buh so far i think you changed my mind!

Sanum — Luton , United Kingdom — 26 May 2011 at 18:58:54

I have been working very hard
the books are not that bad but i need some maths papers 2 print!! :P HELLLOOOO MATHS KS3 PAPERS!!! IDIOTS!!!

Anne Palmans — Dubai , United Arab Emirates — 26 May 2011 at 15:32:15

Thank you CGP - I managed to get 89% in my Biology F211 AS exam in January thanks to your brilliant guide. It's also been wonderful for F212 revision! <3

Lisha — London , United Kingdom — 26 May 2011 at 09:23:12

Guestbook Editor: Ah, F212. One of my very favourite modules. Good luck with the exam!

Any sign of more CCEA support? I'm a great user of your books and CCEA Biology/Chemistry for AS/A2 would be the best thing ever..CCEA isn't that well supported by any company..you'd certainly get a lot of buyers here in Northern Ireland!

Matthew — Warrenpoint , United Kingdom — 25 May 2011 at 02:14:34

who writes the comment at the end of each page on cgp books?? they're quite funny i must admit! ;D

anne — manchester, United Kingdom — 24 May 2011 at 20:46:07

Guestbook Editor: Back in the 1970s, we travelled around the country plucking hairs from the heads of the finest stand-up comedians on the circuit. Then we compiled all their DNA into a single strand of pure genetic hilarity, and put it in a petri dish to mature into a fully-formed human being — a beautiful baby boy. We loved him and nurtured him. How he made us laugh with his perfect comic timing and eye for satire! Then he grew up left us for a job on Mock the Week. So now we just copy jokes out of old Beano annuals and pass them off as our own. (But we still miss you, Frankie *sob*.)

Hi guys,
It would be great if you could produce a revision guide for AQA GCSE Economics and OCR AS/A2 Computing as well as AS/A2 Law. (I'm sitting two AS levels ahead of my time!)
I would love to know if any of these are in the works any if so, when you intend to publish them.
Keep up the good work - your books are doing wonders for me in GCSE Music!

Dave Henker — Surrey, United Kingdom — 24 May 2011 at 19:42:59

Guestbook Editor: I'm afraid we can neither confirm nor deny books for those subjects at the moment. (A publishing company has to preserve an air of mystery sometimes...) All the best with your GCSEs and early AS-Levels!

I am the proud owner of a wide selection of your books, from KS1 through to KS4, also some A level ones which belong to my (now uni student) daughters. I think you offer the best support to the stressed student and teacher since Brodie gave us his notes, and much funnier, too.
(By the way, my tea will be baked spud) Thankyou.

Theresa Lock — Kintbury, Hungerford, United Kingdom — 24 May 2011 at 17:27:30

(Commenting on book MHW11, KS1 Maths Question Book

i thought this book was very very helpful

jordan green — damgame, United Kingdom — 24 May 2011 at 16:52:19

Any chance of AS and A2 Spanish revision guides?
Also I think you can never have enough books on Spanish Grammar - everyone explains things slightly differently, and generally they sink in from your style most than most. Recommend you all the time!

Maria — Wootton Bassett , United Kingdom — 23 May 2011 at 18:17:22

Guestbook Editor: Thanks! We'll definitely keep A-Level Spanish in mind, but we might not be able to squeeze it in for a while, unfortunately. Lots of other projects on the go...

I love cgp books and find them a great help. i am looking forward to purchasing the new separate science books

bob — london, United Kingdom — 23 May 2011 at 18:15:25

Guestbook Editor: Not long to wait now...

thank you so much for your books and they helped me a lot during my GCSE's and i got lots of good marks. i will tell all of my cousins and everyone that i know to buy books from your website.
ps. i love the fact that you have next day deliveries.

Rahima Begum — Rochdale, United Kingdom — 23 May 2011 at 16:41:00

can u please do as and a level modern history revision guides - it would be great help

emma — hull , United Kingdom — 22 May 2011 at 22:19:01

I have a exam on monday and i dont know which science book to use and revise from?
have you got any clue?

Anne — Watford , United Kingdom — 22 May 2011 at 17:26:42

Guestbook Editor: Erm, we might need a bit more detail to give you the right advice. But wait — today's Monday! Hope it all goes well.

do you have any revision guides for latin gcse?

Laura — Brentwood , United Kingdom — 22 May 2011 at 16:22:43

Guestbook Editor: At the moment, I'm afraid we do not. Our apologies.

of mice and me revision guide has been absolutleyy brillllent!! do you think in english lit exam we should use lots of quotes and that :D
also do we use PEE for mice and men essay??
or do we jus explain and jus answer the question straight away?? :)

monica — watford , United Kingdom — 21 May 2011 at 21:43:36

Guestbook Editor: Good to hear you've been finding our Of Mice and Men Text Guide useful. PEE (that's Point, Evidence, Explanation, for anyone who's confused) is definitely the way to go — back up your ideas with quotations from the book whenever you can. Good luck!

How long on average do your books take to deliver? I just ordered two books on your website how long do you think it will take to come?

Mandy — Sutton , United Kingdom — 20 May 2011 at 16:30:46

Guestbook Editor: It should be pretty quick. We'll get your books sent out to you First Class this afternoon (Friday), so they should arrive tomorrow or Monday, depending on the postal service in your neck of the woods. Thanks for your order — hope the books help you out!

I`M REALLY CONFUSED! I was looking on the website for a GCSE revision guide for History I`m studying Modern world history I found 2 books which are I think exactly the same yet they are different prices I don`t want to buy 1 to find it is wrong and it isn`t relevant to my course.
Please could you advise me on which book is best suited to my course =D

Syeda — Yorkshire, United Kingdom — 19 May 2011 at 22:09:05

Guestbook Editor: Yep, no problem. We'd say the first step is to ask your History teacher which exam board sets your course. For GCSE Modern World History, we have separate books specifically for AQA B, OCR B and Edexcel A, plus a general edition (HWR42) that covers all three of these courses — just choose the version that suits you best. Hope that clears up some of the confusion.

Had a good time at the CGP headquarters today :D I have the Edexcel maths higher gcse revision guide and the Spanish one, they're great for revision and help me a lot ^-^

Lauren — Ulverston, United Kingdom — 19 May 2011 at 21:38:04

Guestbook Editor: Great news — hope the revision goes well.

Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaase can you make IB revision guides! Without CGP I seriously don't know how I will cope next year D:

Amy — Brighton , United Kingdom — 18 May 2011 at 20:44:23

Fantastic service, when my book wasn't delivered, without any hesitation another one was sent out by Fed Ex, thank you so much, wonderful service!

Helen Price — Wirral, United Kingdom — 17 May 2011 at 13:42:31

Hey, I've been using CGP for a while now, especially for my sciences, I think they're awesome! But sometimes the questions at the end of each chapter aren't enough to test my knowledge. It'd be great to get some quizzes on the site to help put the learning into practice before the exams.

Peace x

K — London, United Kingdom — 17 May 2011 at 12:55:38

I love CGP revision guides so much. I got an A in the first module of AS Biology thanks to your books, and they're really helping me revise for my next exams (next week!! Aaaahhh!!) . They're so much better than the usual boring revision guides. Thankyou CGP :-D

Faye — Portsmouth , United Kingdom — 17 May 2011 at 09:44:46

Are there any plans for CGP to produce A2 Geography Revision guides, including the AQA syllabus?

Jack — Cheltenham , United Kingdom — 16 May 2011 at 20:37:52

Guestbook Editor: We'd love to make books for A2 Geography, but we can't be more specific than that at the moment, unfortunately. It's a complex subject, and we want to make sure we can do it justice with a brilliant book. But these things take time...

hi there, hope every things OK in the big world of CGP!?
i was wondering whilst doing my revision for tomorrows GCSE Music exam whether you were thinking about bringing out any IB (International Baccalaureate) revision guides? just cause i think i might die without them ^_^

thank you!

Lo — London, United Kingdom — 16 May 2011 at 15:41:15

Guestbook Editor: Hi! Everything's great in the unimaginably vast world of CGP, thanks for asking. Thanks also for the IB suggestion — we're always looking for interesting new projects, so we'll definitely keep it in mind. Hope the exam goes well tomorrow.

Roughly, when will there be a Edexcel A2 Geography Revision guide, it is a must!

Joshua — London , United Kingdom — 16 May 2011 at 11:53:31

Guestbook Editor: *Puts on best Phil-Mitchell-from-Eastenders voice*


Sorry. I'm not usually so blunt, but you did ask me to tell you roughly.

Please, Please, Please start producing Citizenship Studies full course GCSE revision guides. I end up having to produce my own every year for my classes. It takes ages!!!!

Vicky McDonald — Coventry , United Kingdom — 16 May 2011 at 11:26:42

My cat loves your books, he sits on them all day long.

Maddy — Pointeg , United Kingdom — 15 May 2011 at 20:28:08

one word-

cmcd — jersey, United Kingdom — 15 May 2011 at 18:37:27

the cgp english gcse guide is briilllant! i revised all of it and revised online and that but do you have any other tips which would help me on mondays gcse english exam? i seriously need some advise dont know where else to revise from for paper 1? reply fast :D

alliya — watford, United Kingdom — 15 May 2011 at 14:43:17

Guestbook Editor: Sorry — we've been off for the weekend, so it's probably a bit late for exam advice now. Sounds as if you're well prepared, though, so don't panic. Good luck!

(Commenting on book MHS32, KS3 Maths Complete Revision & Practice

The book is really confusing for me and there's no answers to the questions in their?

Sarah — luton, United Kingdom — 14 May 2011 at 20:25:31

ur books r really good & expensive cud u du somethig where u re sell books coz u only use them 4 a yr or 2. thnks

Charlotte — Stoke , United Kingdom — 14 May 2011 at 18:35:24

What is IGCSE?

Obog — London , United Kingdom — 14 May 2011 at 18:09:45

Guestbook Editor: Ah, IGCSE means many different things to different people. But mainly it stands for International GCSE — it's an equivalent qualification to GCSE that's taught all over the world.

I find your revision guides really useful...could you make one for GCSE Italian please =)

Beth — Stourbridge , United Kingdom — 13 May 2011 at 21:38:05

CGP books are very good in helping me! The only thing would be to give students a free copy!

Enamul Ali — Oldham , United Kingdom — 13 May 2011 at 20:30:44

So basics i nd igcse modern history (20th centuary) cie but u dont have any! Apparently ocr is similar pls can u write the topics where they are different. Thx oh btw my depth study is germany

Alejandro — Newcastle, United Kingdom — 12 May 2011 at 18:57:23

Guestbook Editor: Hello! We don't currently have any books for specifically for IGCSE History, as you say. Sorry. Your best bet is probably our Modern World History books for all exam boards — there's a Revision Guide (HWR42) and a Complete Revison & Practice book (HHS43). These cover topics from the AQA B, Edexcel A and OCR B courses, so there's a good chance they'll have what you need.

(Commenting on book CRBR61, A2-Level Chemistry OCR B Complete Revision & Practice

I bought this book today =] I got it because the one my teacher gave me was in black and white and had bits of the syllabus missing. When I asked my teacher why didn't he give the class CGP revision guides he said it was to train us to take notes for ourselves better and he asked me if there were such things as 'university level CGP revision guides' (rhetorical question) as an answer and asked me what would I do at university without CGP. Just to prove him wrong and to aid my life could you please do some university level revision guides, hehehe :P Because what would I do without you guys?

Elaine — Reading , United Kingdom — 12 May 2011 at 18:47:36

Guestbook Editor: I tried pitching the idea of university level Revision Guides to our product development team, just to prove your teacher wrong. They looked a bit sceptical about my reasoning. Never mind — we're sure you'll think of some way to keep yourself entertained at university without us...

Hello, are you a robot? Yes or no?

Ishmal — Robonia , United Kingdom — 12 May 2011 at 12:44:20

Guestbook Editor: Yes. (Or '1', as I usually prefer to say.)

YoYoYo how iz you bruv, i bought your english revision book init and it was like uber wicked, i got an A* init, does you guys like make a a-level english book, i is hopin 2 take it to uni bruv.

im actually a normal person and speak normally but i rarely use the internet and my good friend told me this is how i should type in order to fit in.

Benjamin — Whitecliffs, United Kingdom — 12 May 2011 at 12:42:47

Guestbook Editor: Your friend advised you well — I would barely even have noticed you were a normal person if you hadn't pointed it out. To answer your question, we've currently got a brilliant range of books for AS and A2 English Language, with brand new Text Guides for A-Level English Literature on the way in September. Sweet.

I used your GCSE Chemistry Higher Revision guide to revise for my first exam and I got full marks....they really help, Thank-you :)

Kenna — Broseley , United Kingdom — 11 May 2011 at 20:40:19

OMG I've started my sats
Silly Assessment Test I remember that from the cgp blue literacy book lol
My parents want me to get a 5A for everything I think I might end up dying Uh-Oh please give me tips on sats

Indusha — Crawley, United Kingdom — 11 May 2011 at 20:00:53

Guestbook Editor: OMG. But don't worry — very few people actually die of SATs. Stay calm, read the questions carefully and check through your answers once you've got to the end. You'll be fine.

(Commenting on book MHR23, KS2 Maths Study Book

i think it's very good i used it for helping with my S.A.T.S in y6, your books have helped me a lot

Adam — Normanton , United Kingdom — 10 May 2011 at 19:53:19

i think its quite good because it kind of helped me in my exam.

mayanie — accra, Ghana — 10 May 2011 at 14:42:03

Your Spanish books are fantastic. Would be great if you did a book on Portuguese as well.

Mark — Lewes , United Kingdom — 09 May 2011 at 22:23:51

I want to thank everyone who works at CGP for the wonderful books you guys make!!
I am currently in the middle of my exam month for IGCSE and just when i open them they make me panic less! Every evening i just look through the books that i have an exam on the next day and they calm me down and give me proof that i can actually do this!! Thank you so much.
Just a question, i read the comments written before me and i agree that some of the books could be made a little more specifically for the exam boards because i find it really hard to do the practice questions for other exam boards as CIE (where i am taking my exams) puts the question differantly and they kind of want different working for example in maths.
Will you also perhaps be considering doing books for other languages? Eg russian and greek? and the other ones offered at IGCSE level?
We have about 50 CGP books and really, i just want to thank you again. I really hope there are books for IB coz i dont think i can study without them!

Olivia — Prague, Czech Republic — 09 May 2011 at 18:46:30

Guestbook Editor: Brilliant — we're really pleased to hear that the books are making your IGCSEs less stressful. We make loads of books for specific GCSE exam boards, including AQA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC, plus IGCSE Maths books for Edexcel and CIE. We'd love to expand our IGCSE range in the future, but we don't have any solid news on that front at the moment. Hope the exams go really well!

These books are really helpful and so easy to read it helps me in my SATs

Robert — London, United Kingdom — 09 May 2011 at 18:19:04

i would like to say that cpg's books are GREAT! they have really helped me in the past, and they are soo good we use them in school instead of the boring old worksheets. i also think that they are quite funny so if you get into 1 of cpg's book for revision you wont want to leave it!! cpg's are FANTASTIC!!!!!!!

bareeyah — Bradford , United Kingdom — 09 May 2011 at 17:55:01

these books help me with my study and made me achieve my goal

aishah rani — bradford, United Kingdom — 09 May 2011 at 13:30:02

Guestbook Editor: That's great news! I achieved a goal at one of CGP's Thursday-night football sessions the other week. Pretty much everyone else had gone on holiday for Easter, including the goalkeeper, but it was still one of the proudest achievements of my life to date.

Fantastic customer service, and very fast delivery, I ordered 30 Revision Guides and they were gone in 2 days! Great price too! Thanks.

Keith Poulter — Bedlington, United Kingdom — 09 May 2011 at 09:49:10

i was wondering if you would be publishing any religious studies gcse AQA text books with more religious views not just Christianity, Judaism and Islam

Joel — Watford , United Kingdom — 09 May 2011 at 08:17:46

Guestbook Editor: I don't think we're planning any more GCSE Religious Studies books at the moment, I'm afraid. Sorry.

this is going to help me in my SATS

naomi — greenwich , United Kingdom — 08 May 2011 at 18:15:18

I love these books. There is one for nearly every subject i'm studying. They are really helpful and i would recommend them to anyone!!!

Beth — Swad , United Kingdom — 08 May 2011 at 17:18:51

Very helpful! :D

minnie — manchester , United Kingdom — 08 May 2011 at 16:32:19

First time visitor to your website, anxious to help my kids through important exams. The website was clear, concise and user friendly. I like the human touches eg the familiar phrases, making the experience relaxing, particularly at such a tense time in family life!! I look forward to receiving the books I have ordered soon, and thanks for the very fair delivery charges.

Julia Sykes — St Briavels , United Kingdom — 08 May 2011 at 10:21:17

Guestbook Editor: We're pleased to hear that you had a stress-free website experience with us — the books should be with you very soon. Best of luck to your kids in their exams.

(Commenting on book MHS32, KS3 Maths Complete Revision & Practice

How do i recieve the book.

Eric — Kangema , Kenya — 07 May 2011 at 22:22:05

Guestbook Editor: If you'd like more information about getting books delivered to Kenya, just send a quick email to our Customer Services team (the address is at the top of this page). They're very nice, and they'll be able to tell you everything you need to know.

I am in Year 11, doing my maths exam in June. It is the AQA Linear Higher Tier exam, which is the best book for me? I am aiming for an A*.
Also, your Biology, Chemistry and Physics books for AQA (especially Unit 2) are brilliant!
Thanks :)

Becca — Rochdale , United Kingdom — 07 May 2011 at 17:55:56

Guestbook Editor: Hello! We'd recommend MQHR41 as the best book for your needs — it's got everything you need to for that A* you're after in this summer's AQA Linear GCSE Maths exams. Good luck!

thanks u helped me do my SATS

leigh-ann — london, United Kingdom — 07 May 2011 at 17:07:47

i'd like a copy of your books in exchange for an autograph :-)

jason statham — london , United Kingdom — 07 May 2011 at 12:46:23

Guestbook Editor: Jason Statham? You've been in so many brilliant films! The Transporter, The Bank Job, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, The Transporter 3, Cellular, The Transporter 2... loads. Can you get us Dexter Fletcher's autograph? We'd happily swap you a GCSE Biology Revision Guide for that. Thanks.

this is a rubbish site

loser — loserville , United Kingdom — 07 May 2011 at 11:15:35

Thanks a lot to CGP I now understand science better than I ever did before. They are just amazing! Thanks a lot. I look forward to learning more science as it is just sooo fun!

Khadijah — Gloucester, United Kingdom — 06 May 2011 at 22:03:40

Guestbook Editor: Science certainly is fun. And it's useful. Most fun things (like popping bubble-wrap, or singing along out-of-tune to Fountains of Wayne songs) are no use to anybody. That's why Science is ace!

(Commenting on book ML5R21, KS2 Maths Study Book - Level 5

this book is the best i had a level 3 after i got this book it made me get a level 5a so i am telling every body to get this book before it is over.

onder — enfield, United Kingdom — 06 May 2011 at 22:00:40

Any chance you will start doing CIE IGCSE English Language and English Literature revision books? Because I am stressing about my exam, even though it is a year away!

Alice — London , United Kingdom — 06 May 2011 at 21:20:58

Love it

Wow cgp you are great with revision

Joanna — London, United Kingdom — 06 May 2011 at 20:04:17

Guestbook Editor: Well, we don't like to boast.

i think cgp books are THE BEST because they really help you through your studies. my sats are next week n i'm going to be studying with all my cgp books.
wish me luck for the big week

Sweetiexoxo8 — leyton , United Kingdom — 06 May 2011 at 19:47:51

Guestbook Editor: Good luck for the big week! (Same goes for everybody doing SATs at the moment.)

Comments from 2008 say that you are planning to develop an Electronics Products revision guide. This would be so useful. all the current books are very wording. Please let me know when/if this is being produced.

Claire — Essex , United Kingdom — 06 May 2011 at 08:38:39

Guestbook Editor: Ah, back in 2008 we were still planning our GCSE D&T range — I'm afraid Electronic Products didn't quite make it in in the end. We certainly wouldn't rule it out for the future, but we can't be more specific than that at the moment. Sorry.


goldfishka — Ìîñêâà , Russia — 06 May 2011 at 07:42:05

Just ordered some books....had a few slight issues with initially ordering but all done now. Looking forward to some peaceful evenings of daughter revising... and loved your guest book replies-great fun reading... I had my daughter's tea for tea - and she had mine :)... oh, and lol

Sarah — Blackpool , United Kingdom — 05 May 2011 at 23:20:27

Guestbook Editor: Sorry to hear you had some online ordering troubles — we try to make the process as smooth as possible, but the internet seems to have a mind of its own sometimes (that's my understanding, anyway). Hope your daughter finds the books useful! Er, rofl.

I would really like it if they gave the answers to some of the questions in their revision guides, i can't check if i have answered them right!

Sarah — Preston , United Kingdom — 05 May 2011 at 22:07:48

Your Revision guides are REALLY useful! I wanna see a bigger variety in languages, though...
I was wondering if you've thought of producing a Russian Language GCSE guide? From the alphabet through to proper grammer? Just a thought. Anyways, hope everyone's well! And thanks, or should I say 'Спасибо'?)))

KiKi — Nottingham, United Kingdom — 05 May 2011 at 18:21:08

Thanks so much for helping me with your excellent books and i have sats next week thanks thanks thanks and can i ask you how do revise in your website for Sats

Muna — london, United Kingdom — 05 May 2011 at 10:30:46

Guestbook Editor: Glad to hear the books are helping with you to get ready for your SATs. You find some handy Key Stage 2 quizzes in our Tests and Games section. Good luck, and enjoy!

I'm taking exams with AQA. I need revision books and practice papers for B2 and P2. I would prefer these seperately if possible. Which books would be most suitable and get me an A* in the exam. I'm doing HIGHER TIER not foundation.

Thank you in advance for your help.

D — - , United Kingdom — 05 May 2011 at 09:18:31

Guestbook Editor: Hello! B2, P2 (and C2) are covered in our Higher Level AQA Additional Science range (SQHR42, SQHW41, SQHP41). They've got everything you need for grades up to A*. Hope that helps — if you'd like more details, just send an email to our lovely Customer Services team (we didn't get your email address last time).

this is really helpfully for me because i have SATS next week thank you god god may bless u guss

hibaaq — feltham , United Kingdom — 04 May 2011 at 19:08:32

I think the website was good when going to the online revision section you could make it more specific e.g. GCSE - science - biology, chem, then modules

kish josh — London, United Kingdom — 04 May 2011 at 18:06:15

I would be delighted if you published an Edexcel IGCSE Biology Revision Guide! Any chance?

Judy Cox — Sevenoaks , United Kingdom — 03 May 2011 at 23:35:48

Guestbook Editor: A pretty good chance, I'd say. Maybe we'll even throw in Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry and Physics. Watch this space...

THANKYOUTHANKYOUTHANKYOU!!!! I got an A* in one third of my math GCSE thanks to those two last months of solid revision with your guides :)

Alice — Oxford , United Kingdom — 03 May 2011 at 22:49:18

I've bought Science, Maths, History and Geography CGP books and they're great! Condense everything into easy, manageable chunks of yet detailed information. Brilliant!

Liam Gooderham — Framlingham , United Kingdom — 03 May 2011 at 16:56:34

I bought a revision book and it was awesome!

Charlie — Huntingdon , United Kingdom — 02 May 2011 at 18:14:30

(Commenting on book MHS42, GCSE Maths Complete Revision & Practice

what s the difference between MHS42 ans MHS41?

sarah — manchester , United Kingdom — 02 May 2011 at 17:42:33

Guestbook Editor: Ah, this is an easy one. There's no difference on the inside — we just reprinted the cover to say 'Higher Level' (to distinguish it from the newer Foundation Level book MFS42), so we gave it a new code.

I was just wondering if you have thought about doing revision guides for seperate exam boards (in particular Edexcel) for modern world history GCSE because its a devilishly hard subject. Unless of course you already do this and i have somehow missed it. Its too late for me *sniff* but perhaps you can help other people who realised too late they should have done food tech instead.
P.S you certainly found a niche in the market with your cheery books.

rachael — huddersfield , United Kingdom — 02 May 2011 at 16:36:36

Guestbook Editor: We have indeed thought about it — in fact, we've already made separate GCSE Modern World History Revision Guides for Edexcel, AQA B and OCR B. You find them all in our GCSE History section. (And for anyone who decides to take Food Technology instead, we do AQA and OCR books for that, too.)

(Commenting on book BRHP42, GCSE Biology OCR Gateway Practice Papers - Higher

I have purchased this for my son and am irritated by the editing errors. Set A and B have their answers muddled in the answer booklet and certain questions are missing from the question booklet-eg Q11 Set A.
I have also bought the chemistry and physics test booklets but have not looked at these so I hope that they have been collated with more care.

Joanna Beale — Silverdale,Carnforth, United Kingdom — 02 May 2011 at 09:36:32

Guestbook Editor: We’re sorry to hear that you’ve received a wonky set of practice papers. (We had some printing problems with this particular Biology pack, which have now been sorted out.) We’re more than happy to send you a replacement pack — just call or email our friendly customer services team with your address, and we’ll have them delivered to you in a flash. Or possibly in a Royal Mail van. Fast, anyway.