Guestbook Archive - February 2016
The puns in your book are really, really bad. They are so cringe worthy. Please for the sake of the next generation don't put those awful puns in. They are truly terrible.
A teenager meant to be revising from your books.
A teen, somewhere — Who cares?, United Kingdom — 28 Feb 2016 at 22:01:50
VERY HELPFUL BOOKS FROM CGP AS MY DAUGHTER IS PREPARING FOR HER SATS YEAR 2 SHE ENJOYS SOLVING SUM IN MATHS BOOK AND VERY REASONABLE PRICES.THANK YOU
sahira — MANCHESTER, United Kingdom — 28 Feb 2016 at 18:56:21
ella — northhampton, United Kingdom — 28 Feb 2016 at 12:33:52
I love you guys, non stop reading your books
Joe Bell — Millbrook, United Kingdom — 26 Feb 2016 at 09:46:18
Why do you think you're so funny you weirdo?
Harrison Williams — mossley, United Kingdom — 26 Feb 2016 at 09:11:15
The CGP revision guides are very good. I find them really helpful, and one of the best. They are promoted in our school, which is the main reason I purchased them. Definitely going to buy the GCSE revision guides.
Siraj Iqbal — Erdington, United Kingdom — 25 Feb 2016 at 18:47:11
Your MathsBuster dvd and book are amazing they helped me quite a lot and my grade went really high because of it. ThankYou!
Florinda Gomes — Huntingdon, United Kingdom — 25 Feb 2016 at 15:01:42
Looking at your sample pages of your GCSE German book, I noticed on page 3 it gives an example of a time phrase using when you were born, and the sentence reads "Ich bin wurde...geboren". I think both "bin geboren" and "wurde geboren" are correct, but not at the same time! Is this error still in the book?
George — Belfast, United Kingdom — 24 Feb 2016 at 23:12:52
Guestbook Editor: You're right — it should either read "bin" or "wurde", but not both. Thanks for pointing it out!
This mistake is still in the current version of the book, but we'll make sure it's corrected at the next reprint.
I have used these books for years and they have really helped. Could do with a Latin or Greek one for GCSE.
Sophie — Reading, United Kingdom — 24 Feb 2016 at 18:19:12
you ruined my life
Eugene wilson — mossley, United Kingdom — 24 Feb 2016 at 12:05:11
Guestbook Editor: Oh. Sorry.
Yeah for me French is easy for me because I lived in France for 11 years
IQBAL KHAN — ILFORD, United Kingdom — 20 Feb 2016 at 10:05:29
PAWANDEEP — BIRMINGHAM, United Kingdom — 17 Feb 2016 at 11:58:43
Your books are great! Especially the GCSE French, very helpful!
Millie — Plymouth, United Kingdom — 16 Feb 2016 at 11:43:48
Chicken, gravy, mash, veg, stuffing & a deconstructed apple strudel with custard (dropped it before it went into oven). Love your books, they are an essential part to my revision of all subjects, thank you.
Regina Phalange — London, United Kingdom — 13 Feb 2016 at 19:58:45
Love your books! They helped me through my SATS in year6, and through KS3 and now they're helping me survive through my GCSE'S which are coming up in just a few months. Thank you so much :-)
Ayesha — WOLVERHAMPTON, United Kingdom — 13 Feb 2016 at 19:10:15
I cannot fault your exam guides; they're fantastic. One thing, a GCSE WJEC Latin and OCR Classical Greek would be fab.
I can, however, see why you're slightly reluctant to make the latter, as there probably isn't a HUGE market for it...
Even if it was just a vocabulary list...
Eleanor — Gloucestershire, United Kingdom — 12 Feb 2016 at 21:19:50
Guestbook Editor: We were very keen to make a Revision Guide for OCR GCSE Biblical Hebrew, but sadly that course is being discontinued soon. Hopefully that'll leave us with more time to cover mainstream hits like Latin and Greek in the future. You never know...
Update: one of our resident GCSE languages experts has just read this comment and pointed out that OCR provide free vocab lists for Classical Greek on their website. You'll find them here: Vocab List 1.and Vocab List 2.
This book - BRR62 - does it cover everything on the A2 course? Like, /everything/? (Can I sue CGP if I memorise the entire thing and don't get an A?) Thank you.
alot — London, United Kingdom — 12 Feb 2016 at 19:59:54
Guestbook Editor: We're very confident that this book covers everything you'll need for a top grade in OCR A2 Biology — we checked it point-for-point against the OCR exam specifications to make sure it's all in there.
But... memorising information will only get you so far in the exams. Many of the questions will test you on whether you can apply your knowledge in unfamiliar situations, and that comes down to how well you understand the key concepts. So we can't by any means guarantee you an A, but you can definitely improve your chances of a good grade by tackling the exam-style questions in this book — they're perfect for developing the skills you'll need in the real exams.
(Commenting on book EHS35, KS3 English Complete Study & Practice
good quality book
Abdalla hirad — burco, Somalia — 12 Feb 2016 at 10:41:52
Your pictures are so funny!! wish i was like you <3
Sam White — Ashton, United Kingdom — 12 Feb 2016 at 09:37:38
Hello, I need the Collins OCR B Biology revision book for school but I can't find it on your website? Can you help?
Also, what are your delivery prices?
Martha — Croydon, United Kingdom — 11 Feb 2016 at 17:12:46
Guestbook Editor: Collins? There's only one C-word we like around here, and that's CGP. Which isn't even a word.
Unfortunately, we can't help you out with the specific book you're looking for. But we do have our own OCR Gateway (also known as OCR B) GCSE Biology Revision Guide here. It's great!
(You'll find more info about our delivery rates on our Infrequently Asked Questions page.)
wow this is helpful love it.
alex — barry , United Kingdom — 11 Feb 2016 at 16:25:16
Jennifer — Pinner, United Kingdom — 10 Feb 2016 at 20:12:53
who is the main leader of CGP
Portia fairy of Portal — hyde, United Kingdom — 10 Feb 2016 at 15:51:44
Guestbook Editor: I think it's Donald Trump? He seems to be the main leader of everything.
Howdy my friends,
gabapentinLic — Toronto, Canada — 10 Feb 2016 at 14:05:41
Guestbook Editor: Howdy.
you're so funny! Dying in class with laughter
sam — mossley, United Kingdom — 10 Feb 2016 at 11:58:07
Very well written!
I’ll right away clutch your rss as I can’t in finding your
e-mail subscription link or e-newsletter service.
Do you have any? Kindly let me know in order that I may just subscribe.
valermth — Le Mans, France — 10 Feb 2016 at 10:04:05
Guestbook Editor: I'm not sure if we're comfortable about you clutching our RSS.
(Commenting on book SHS33, KS3 Science Complete Study & Practice
Just wanted to check that this is indeed the 2014 edition as the new ones I have seen have "2014 edition" on the front of the book and this one doesn't? Thank you.
Sophie — Oxted, United Kingdom — 09 Feb 2016 at 10:51:19
Guestbook Editor: Yes, this is definitely the 2014 edition — buy with confidence! All the books on are website are the latest versions, but (for not-very-exciting technical reasons) we don't always include the yellow "new curriculum" banners on the covers we display online.
The way of introducing and explaining in these books are amazing.
Said — Porto, Portugal — 07 Feb 2016 at 09:58:34
Fabulous resources that I use with my class and year group very week. It is brilliant to have example questions so close to the new SATs. Thank you!!
Louise Davies — Evesham, United Kingdom — 06 Feb 2016 at 16:44:52
abujee123 — london, United Kingdom — 06 Feb 2016 at 12:32:56
Very easy to use website, great pricing for students too. Look forward to receiving the books.. :-) oh - spinach & chickpea curry for tea !
Jaclyn Kitson — Telford, United Kingdom — 04 Feb 2016 at 21:22:15
Absolutely fabulous service, and the books and products are just incredible, best revision service out there. 5*
Oliver Crabtree — Cheshire, United Kingdom — 01 Feb 2016 at 17:20:48
Oh well cant have everything can you ! I guess daily practice books are gonna have to wait. Anyway,keep up the good work!
Ekom — london, United Kingdom — 01 Feb 2016 at 16:34:21
it is the best revision tool
beghhu — worcester, United Kingdom — 01 Feb 2016 at 13:58:37
since you have WJEC catering.
you don't even have 1 Wjec hospitality book
raihan uddin — hyde, United Kingdom — 01 Feb 2016 at 11:26:27