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Guestbook Archive - August 2011

Hi I love CGP books they are great and I hope to buy many more to get me through yet more exams.

lauren — manchester , United Kingdom — 30 Aug 2011 at 19:42:40

(Commenting on book GHS43, GCSE Geography Complete Revision & Practice (A*-G course)

I bought this book to help with my revision for my physical geography exam in 2011, I was very nervous about this exam as my teacher hadn't given me much support and I was unsure about what was part of our exam and which case studies I needed to know. The revision guide told me exactly what I needed to know in a very clear format and really helped me through the exam, so if you are a student thinking of buying it for your exam I would recommend it!

Ruth — Guildford , United Kingdom — 28 Aug 2011 at 11:41:21

cool books man yo r so cool and funny

nova — cowley , United Kingdom — 27 Aug 2011 at 17:37:58

Your guides have helped me so much. Every time i didn't get something in maths, i would just turn to your maths guide after i have read it, i would click and say..."i've got it!"

Tom — Kingston Upon Thames, United Kingdom — 25 Aug 2011 at 21:57:55

I relied on the geography AS edexcel book for my AS levels but there isn't an A2 book. Why not?

Lia — Croydon, United Kingdom — 25 Aug 2011 at 13:06:52

Guestbook Editor: We're really pleased to hear that you found our AS Edexcel Geography book useful, and we're sorry there's not an A2 edition to follow it up. There are so many books we could make for so many subjects, and sadly we don't have time to do them all at once. Sorry!

I really like the science book I bought, cgp books are the best!

zoe — Poole , United Kingdom — 24 Aug 2011 at 16:25:33

So there I was, revising for my music GCSE exams until that was it, I just couldn't take it anymore. So I threw the CGP music revision book accross the floor and literally nearly had an emotional breakdown because nothing was going through my head, let alone staying there. And there it was. The page that saved my life. The air guitar page. I don't think I stopped laughing for 20 minutes. Thank you for letting me master the true art of Air Guitaring. It gave me the energy to carry on revising and let's see what the results are this Thursday! Thank you CGP!

Karishma — London, United Kingdom — 22 Aug 2011 at 15:59:37

Guestbook Editor: Glad we could help you harness your inner Hendrix/Slash/Edge — best of luck with your results!

Hi do you have books to assist with the 11 plus entrance exams ?

Irum — Manchester , United Kingdom — 18 Aug 2011 at 02:42:32

Guestbook Editor: We do — you'll find our dazzlingly thorough 11 Plus range here. Enjoy!

What is the probability of a further maths book coming out?

Josh — Brighton , United Kingdom — 17 Aug 2011 at 17:26:33

Guestbook Editor: 1 – P(a Further Maths book not coming out)

Tee-hee. Sorry. Not very helpful.

I love these books - I wish I had had them when I was doing exams!

Susan — Rochdale, United Kingdom — 14 Aug 2011 at 18:27:15

Pleeeeaaase make a general studies revision guide for as and a2 levels (edexcel especially!)

Shiffa — Salisbury , United Kingdom — 13 Aug 2011 at 17:08:13

CGP books are the best

Lola — california , United States of America — 12 Aug 2011 at 14:56:01

When will you create IGCSE (possibly for edexcel) Science books and IGCSE (possibly for edexcel)Geography books (month and year)?

Michael — Noville , United Kingdom — 10 Aug 2011 at 09:49:03

Guestbook Editor: We'd really like to make more IGCSE books in the future, but we can't be specific about dates at the moment, unfortunately. Sorry.

Are you releasing any new Geography books for the Edexcel board this year?

Alex — Town , United Kingdom — 10 Aug 2011 at 09:19:26

Guestbook Editor: Hello — we're not working on any new Geography books at the moment, I'm afraid. (But our Edexcel AS Geography book is as good as ever, of course...)

yes, i agree. don't believe in fairy tales- kissing frogs is quite unpleasant, not that I've tried it.

bilbo harry potter baggins the fourth — london , United Kingdom — 09 Aug 2011 at 19:08:29

Guestbook Editor: Having your house blown down by a big bad wolf isn't much fun, either. Not that I've tried it.

Thankyou very, very much for your fantastic books!! After moving to England i found your books extremely helpful to look up the England and Wales curriculum!

Meghali — London, United Kingdom — 04 Aug 2011 at 12:55:44

Fish & Chips tonight

Jim — Wakefield, United Kingdom — 02 Aug 2011 at 15:11:04

Guestbook Editor: Classic Tuesday-night fare. Battered cods all round, that's what we say.