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(Commenting on book MEWI44, New Edexcel International GCSE Maths Workbook - for the Grade 9-1 Course

I bought this revision guide not knowing that unlike it's previous editions it does not come with an online version.
SO - be warned - no online version comes with the book like previous syllabuses, so you have to lug to book around with you wherever you go. Massive pain.

Tracy — Sutton, United Kingdom — 15 Mar 2018 at 19:16:07

(Commenting on book IHR44, GCSE ICT Revision Guide (A*-G course)

hi, is there any answer booklet for this book?

ERYANA — brunei, Brunei Darussalam — 13 Mar 2018 at 05:18:27

Guestbook Editor: There's no separate answer booklet for this one — but you'll find the answers to the revision summary questions by flicking back through the section you've just been studying.

Hi Can you show sample pages of business as level year1 of marketing or HRM because the sample pages of the chapter already shown contain less of my syllabus so I don't get full idea of this book

A — A, Venezuela — 12 Mar 2018 at 10:12:03

can you bring out gcse business studies edexcel 9-1 practice papers and gcse aqa history 9-1 practice papers please i really need them i purchase a lot of stuff

Seebey — bolton, United Kingdom — 09 Mar 2018 at 17:36:23

I just bought 7 GCSE books that include practice papers, workbooks and revision guides. I'm really putting my head down. There's ONLY 7 weeks until exams start. I should have put in 100% effort and focus from the start, however i think i can pull it off and wow my teachers.
The ordering process was quite easy. I found what i was looking for so its a win win. Just thought i would share this with you.

Wish me luck.

Musdafa — Bristol, United Kingdom — 09 Mar 2018 at 13:50:25

Guestbook Editor: We have total faith in your teacher-wowing abilities — good luck!

Please can you make registering a user name and password more simple, i placed 8 items in the basket then pressed register to complete my order my name is blue but I was not able to use it, a red correction reminder popped up saying my user name must be 8 characters long and I think must have a number or something, so after trying twice more the red correction change to you can use email or user name so I did my email, then red correction told me i am not allowed to use @, by then I was getting frustrated but continued because I really need the books I order for my kids KS2 and year 4, finally i got past writing a user name that you accepted so i proceeded on to setting up a password, and wow I was putting in passwords that are 11 characters long containing a capitals and 2 different numbers, but still a red correction reminder saying my password is to weak now i am good at making strong passwords I have many and every website I sign into say my passwords are very strong, once again after many attempts my frustration almost made me give up but as I said I need the books for my kids, no wonder that page says call the 0800 number if you need help they must get a lot of calls about this i made my order at 5.30pm closing time or I would have called as well, good news is I never gave up and have now completed my order the only reason I am leaving a comment is that hopefully you make it more easy for future users.

Blue — CROYDON, United Kingdom — 08 Mar 2018 at 18:05:47

Guestbook Editor: Thanks for the feedback, and apologies for any frustration — our website is just very keen on making sure your personal info is safe! We're always working on improvements to CGP's online experience, so we'll keep your comments in mind when we're looking at the account registration process.

Are you planning to make GCSE OCR Maths Practice Papers like there are for AQA and Edexcel

Clifton Liaw — Chesterfield , United Kingdom — 06 Mar 2018 at 23:15:23

Guestbook Editor: It's not on the cards at the moment, sorry, but never say never...

(Commenting on book HHS45, New GCSE History Complete Revision & Practice - for the Grade 9-1 Course (with Online Edition)

Does not include Russia - part of AQA syllabus.

CARPOLYN HORROCKS — GLOUCESTER, United Kingdom — 05 Mar 2018 at 19:22:43

Guestbook Editor: This is true. There are sixteen options in total on AQA's GCSE History specification, but only four are tested the exams — so we've covered the six most popular options to keep the book at a reasonable size and price. (These six options are listed in the book's description.)

(Commenting on book MHN71, New A-Level Maths Textbook: Year 1 & 2

The textbook does not have an online version despite it being so large i cant carry it place to place and it closing itself every time it is opened to a page that's not in the centre of the book. The answers are also vague and need more explanation sometimes as to how they were achieved e.g. one worked solution

Adam Davison — Consett, United Kingdom — 05 Mar 2018 at 18:38:24

Guestbook Editor: Unfortunately, it just wouldn't have been possible to include detailed answers for the questions in this book — it's already very big, as you say. But we do include extra info with some of the trickier answers, and there are worked examples mixed in with the questions for each topic. So you're not completely on your own...

Guys, is it possible you can do flashcards/revision cards someday? There’s this other company who do something similar, but the quality of their summaries are not even close to yours. Also, they don’t have your cringey humour :D

Adam — Manchester, United Kingdom — 04 Mar 2018 at 18:45:48

Guestbook Editor: CGP flashcards would be good, wouldn't they? We'll definitely consider it...

(Commenting on book MCFQ42, GCSE Maths OCR Exam Practice Workbook: Foundation - for the Grade 9-1 Course (includes Answers)

Where do I find worked solutions to the mock papers in both the Exam Practice Workbooks (Foundation and Higher)?

Carolyn Shorter — Bexley, United Kingdom — 04 Mar 2018 at 15:47:20

Guestbook Editor: Hello — you'll find the answers to the practice papers from all our GCSE Maths Exam Practice Workbooks here.

(Commenting on book E6CWB21, New KS2 English Targeted Question Book: Year 6 Comprehension - Book 1 & 2 Bundle


Your products are really helpful for school children, Thank you for that. I ordered Ks2 English Comprehension and I am bit disappointed that it doesn't contain any answer book. Please assist me where I find that.

Mina — Birmingham, United Kingdom — 03 Mar 2018 at 20:27:24

Guestbook Editor: The answers for our KS2 Comprehension Questions Books are available in the matching Teaching Books, which cover all four years of KS2. You'll find them at the bottom of our KS2 Comprehension page.

Q.9 on p.8 of 'KS2 Science - The Study Book' should use the word 'plant' rather than 'flower'? Thanks.

Adrian — Stockport, United Kingdom — 03 Mar 2018 at 13:29:41

Guestbook Editor: Yes, you're right — it would be clearer if the question read: "In which part of the plant are the reproductive organs found?" (A: The flower)

We'll change that wording next time we reprint the book. Thanks!

Brilliant service! Delivery came the next day.

Lydia — Bury, United Kingdom — 02 Mar 2018 at 16:58:18

I'm using at the AQA GCSE combined science exam practice workbook for the new course... It is very good but I have one burning question: what is the lady on page 226 (who is walking in front of a truck) carrying? Is it a giant onion ring?

pritt stick — cambs, United Kingdom — 02 Mar 2018 at 16:26:24

Guestbook Editor: Yes, it's a giant onion ring. Definitely.

(Commenting on book CEQA41, New GCSE Chemistry: Edexcel Answers (for Exam Practice Workbook)


ggkhh gjg — london, United Kingdom — 02 Mar 2018 at 16:06:01

On page 106 of the Chemistry AQA GCSE Revision Guide, it says on Q8, “why is aluminium not completed destroyed” when it should say “completely”.

V — London, United Kingdom — 01 Mar 2018 at 12:28:01

Guestbook Editor: It certainly should — we'll get that corrected. Thanks!

The books that CGP produce have to best i have ever come across.They are packed with all the information you will ever need. i have tried many other companies but never satisfied whereas CGP leave me feeling confident because of the detail they go in to. cannot praise them enough! Thank you!

MISS B — stoke on trent, United Kingdom — 28 Feb 2018 at 18:59:15

I ordered 4 GCSE revision/workbooks on the 26th Feb and they arrived before 10am on the 27th. Thank you for such a great service. I thanked the delivery driver and he responded by saying ‘that’s what Fedex do’ made me smile??

Martin Thurnell — Norfolk, United Kingdom — 27 Feb 2018 at 11:25:35

Fabulous books. I'm using the KS2 Geography at the moment and its perfect - brilliant for what I want. Love your sense of humour too. Always makes me smile.

Jo Clarke — Lampeter, United Kingdom — 26 Feb 2018 at 23:45:40

I love that you have a guestbook, and I love the comments! Okay, here goes: re Mathematics for GCSE & IGCSE Higher level for the grade 9-1. P2, exercise 1 part 2, f.

I think there is a mistake in this book. The answer given on p384 is 2/3 but, using BODMAS, the answer should be -1/2.

I sent an email but please ignore it. This is way more fun! (Also I'm embarrassed. My first page of my first GCSE maths work in 30 years. I MUST be wrong, but I can't work out how!)

Gill — Northwich, United Kingdom — 26 Feb 2018 at 20:24:43

Guestbook Editor: Glad to hear you love the guestbook! You don't have anything to be embarrassed out — the short note about BODMAS is a bit too short to tell you everything you need. Addition and subtraction actually have the same priority, so if there aren't any brackets, you work through the + and - terms from left to right. In this case:

5 - 6 + 7 = -1 + 7 = 6

You've worked it out as 5 - 6 + 7 = 5 - 13 = -8, which is completely understandable. We'll add a note to the next edition to make it clearer. Have fun tackling the rest of the book!

i wrote out my revision i need to do for this week... it took up 2 and a half a4 pages... please put me in a good mood so i can do this!!!!!!!!! make me happy :(

cheddar cheese — cambs, United Kingdom — 26 Feb 2018 at 17:04:30

Guestbook Editor: "In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun," as a great philosopher once said. If you can't find the element of fun in revision, you probably just need more CGP books in your life. It's the answer to most problems.

Could you please add Dutch books?
Thank You very much,
Susan Little

Susan L. — washington, United Kingdom — 26 Feb 2018 at 09:34:08

Guestbook Editor: It's unlikely at the moment, we're afraid — there are a few other languages in the queue before we'll get to Dutch.

The study books are too crammed full and nobody can concentrate. It is not clear. Only sixteen of my class of thirty like the books. Anyhow, I totally can NOT believe that the KS1's teacher think they are the best in the world.

Maria Estelle Edwards — Somewhere-, United Kingdom — 26 Feb 2018 at 09:31:14

How do I find the answer booklet for the ks2 maths study book section 2?

James — London, United Kingdom — 25 Feb 2018 at 11:26:57

Guestbook Editor: Do you mean this KS2 Maths Study Book? If so, you'll find the answers for Section 2 on page 104.

Hi thanks for all the banter you slide into your revision guides. It makes a-level biology and a-level chemistry a little bit less painful for me.

Janye — Oxford, United Kingdom — 24 Feb 2018 at 22:24:57

So, currently, I have finished studying, I didn't realise how much time had gone past, it had been nine+ hours.
I was studying with every CGP book I own.
Thanks a lot guys, I missed dinner.
I missed takeout...

Amber — Cheltenham , United Kingdom — 24 Feb 2018 at 20:45:50

Guestbook Editor: Sounds like an excellent way to spend a Saturday to us.

It doesn't show the full book answers !?

xoxo — Bournemouth , United Kingdom — 23 Feb 2018 at 23:04:26

In the jungle, the mighty jungle
The lion sleeps tonight
In the jungle, the mighty jungle
The lion sleeps tonight

Wimoweh, wimoweh, wimoweh, wimoweh...

In the jungle, the mighty jungle — THE JUNGLE, United Kingdom — 23 Feb 2018 at 20:41:32

Guestbook Editor: Sorry to cut you off there, but squeezing in the rest of the song would be a Tight Fit.

to much price lower it people idiots

musa — Milton Keynes, United Kingdom — 23 Feb 2018 at 20:16:29

I'm having noodles for tea.

Bradders — Long Eaton, United Kingdom — 23 Feb 2018 at 18:21:38

What was the first cgp book ever made?

Jack — Townsend, United Kingdom — 22 Feb 2018 at 20:52:42

Guestbook Editor: That'd be the first edition of our GCSE Maths Intermediate Level Revision Guide. A rare and collectable classic!

Historical note: Around the turn of the 21st century, there was a brief period when you could take GCSE Maths at three levels — Foundation, Intermediate and Higher. And you weren't allowed to take a smartphone into the exams because they hadn't been invented yet.

(Commenting on book MHN43D, New Maths for GCSE Textbook: Online Edition with answers - Higher (for the Grade 9-1 Course)


I would like to ask, what is difference between MHN43G book and MHN43D book?
Thank you very much

Martina — Luton, United Kingdom — 21 Feb 2018 at 12:00:00

Guestbook Editor: Hi — MHN43G and MHN43D are identical digital products. The only difference between the 'G' and 'D' versions is how you receive the access code...

If you choose MHN43G, you'll receive your code printed on a plastic card, which we'll send to you by post. Useful if, for example, you're ordering multiple copies to hand out to a whole class of students.

With MHN43D, we'll email the code to you as soon as you've placed your order, so you can start using the product straight away.

As usual CGP make everything so easy with fantastic customer service - thank you

Linda Bate — Wellow, United Kingdom — 20 Feb 2018 at 13:37:24

For some strange reason, the revision thing with the dead professor is no longer working. I am lost without my bible, please help.....

Evangeline — Camberley , United Kingdom — 20 Feb 2018 at 09:10:32

Guestbook Editor: The revision thing with the dead professor? We don't know what you mean. Please help...

UPDATE: Ah, we think you mean the copy of "Prof. Gunning's Erudite Course of Fact Retrieval" that's included in your CGP Online Library.

It's probably stopped working because your browser has started blocking Flash Player. You can get around this by logging into your CGP Online Library in Chrome, then clicking on the green text to the left of the address bar. From the menu that appears, choose the drop-down menu next to "Flash" and select "Always allow on this site." (You might need to refresh the page afterwards.) Easy! Ish.

If you're still having problems, just drop us an email — the address is at the top of this page.

(Commenting on book FNWQ41, New Grade 9-1 GCSE Food Preparation & Nutrition - WJEC Eduqas Exam Practice Workbook (incl. Answers)

well hello there, my teacher ripped out my answers so therefore i cannot cheat or get help with my answers
safe g

emily richards — bristol, United Kingdom — 20 Feb 2018 at 09:01:57

Guestbook Editor: Sad times. But remember — the answers won't be included at the back of the real exam*, so your teacher is just thoughtfully preparing you for the full assessment experience.

* Unless your exam board has made a horrible printing error. But that never hardly ever happens.

I am a 58 year old immature student studying Modern languages with the open university (Spanish). I use the GCSE Spanish revision guide as a handy reference and as an enjoyable learning resource. Wish we had CGP books around in the 1970's! . well done to all concerned!

nic taylor — CHELTENHAM, United Kingdom — 20 Feb 2018 at 05:20:01

Are you planning to make any Revision guides for the WJEC Eduquas B Geography GCSE?

Clifton Liaw — Chesterfield , United Kingdom — 19 Feb 2018 at 18:34:17

Guestbook Editor: No plans at the moment, sorry!

igcse chem revision questions at the end of each chapter..of revision guide. where are the answers please?...

aaron — al khobar, Saudi Arabia — 17 Feb 2018 at 14:20:34

Guestbook Editor: Hello — these revision summary questions test you on the sections you've just been learning, so you'll find the answers by flicking back through the book. (The questions are usually in the same order as the content.)

(Commenting on book HAR41, New GCSE History AQA Revision Guide - for the Grade 9-1 Course

Can you please add more options to the aqa books one notable exclusion is america 1920-72.

ahnaf — middleton, United Kingdom — 16 Feb 2018 at 20:14:32