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Guestbook Archive - July 2003

I have used CGP quite a few times and I think that their books are fantastic

Phil Bennett — , UK — 30 Jul 2003 at 14:53:00

I work from your great books

emma — leicester , UK — 30 Jul 2003 at 08:41:00

CGP is very useful and funny

AADIL MIR — , UK — 29 Jul 2003 at 13:14:00

It would be useful to have a GCSE workbook in German. These type of books seem very hard to find.

Olive Bastien — , UK — 29 Jul 2003 at 11:47:00

God Bless You

Stacee Barney — , UK — 29 Jul 2003 at 06:36:00

It was very boring and it did not have a lot information about the topic, it only has loads of pictures it doesn't give you the revision guide that I need, I wanted some questions that I can answer so I think this site is rubbish, others are a lot more active they have questions to answer not like your site but I hope you can change it as soon as possible cause I need a lot of revision that I can get so please change it!

Mary johnson — , UK — 28 Jul 2003 at 13:43:00

Your books are great, but WHY don't you have any geography, history practice papers and a drama revision guide?

Thomas Brookes — Ruscombe, Reading , UK — 27 Jul 2003 at 16:43:00

I like doing your books. I would like to get sats study book. I'm age 7.

savannah amber hunt — poole, dorset , UK — 27 Jul 2003 at 12:48:00

I was surfing your site and I was just wondering why you haven't got a revision guide for Italian? Italian is becoming a very valid course and I'm sure a lot of people would benefit from it including myself.

Yasmin Badat — , UK — 27 Jul 2003 at 12:48:00

I have used your books and I think they are very good but I think that you should have more subjects available. I study classical civilisation and music as some of my GCSE's and I am finding it very hard to find revision guides for these subjects. I was very disappointed to see that your range of books did not cover these, and so I therefore think that you should provide a larger amount of revision guides on some of the less known subjects to help those doing it.

Olivia — London , UK — 26 Jul 2003 at 12:44:00

As efficient and organized as we have come to expect from your company. Thank you.

Mrs G Rapsey — Hillcroft School, Haughley Gre, UK — 25 Jul 2003 at 16:25:00

This site rocks! Keep up that excellent work!!!

Anonymous — , Austria — 25 Jul 2003 at 13:10:00

Just a complimentary comment. I am a Year 9 Student and I used your study guides to help me with my preparation for my key stage 3 exams. I received my results during the last week of term. I obtained a LEVEL 7 in English, 6 in Science and 5 in Maths, of which I am very pleased. I will certainly be an ambassador for CGP and recommend your up to date educational resources to those who I meet day by day. I would also like to congratulate you on effectively compiling the guide. I will use your revision guides for my GCSE Courses next year and your web site provides a welcomed alternative to other revision web sites. Your books are well formatted and demonstrate presentational structural and linguistically devises effectively. So many revision guides don't have enough in them, but I'm confident that while I continue to revise with CGP then my revision will be worthwhile. It also portrayed good organisation! All in all CGP is great and your web site certainly reinforces this and acknowledged the true credit that you should receive. I also remain impressed by the quality of the books and how your continue to maintain a low-cost regime. It is obvious that you genuinely care about the standard of education and to further enhance the future possibilities and learning achievements of students I would strongly advise that you produce Latin Revision Guides and perhaps even a worbook, for GCSE Level, as I'm sure it would be in high demand and invaluable to those who use it! Congratulations! Keep up the good work.

GCSE Student — , USA — 25 Jul 2003 at 11:44:00

Thank you for such fantastic books. I have found the science books extremely useful for my students. keep up the good work! and the colours.....whoa!!!

YINKA ADESANYA — , UK — 24 Jul 2003 at 21:39:00

I love using your revision guides as they are excellent to read and easily understandable. They are brightly coloured and don't scare you away with pages and pages of dull picture-less and colourless text. This is my first visit to your website and I am impressed. I have found some GCSE revision guides that I cannot get hold of for love nor money. The website, I've found, is easy for a 14 year old like my self to move and look around. However I would like to suggest adding a shopping trolley to

Amy Thundersley, — , UK — 24 Jul 2003 at 18:56:00

An amazing website worth looking into, you lot at CGP are great you really helped me for my GCSE revision.

Samad Baksh — , UK — 24 Jul 2003 at 14:11:00

The books are well heavy and the comments on the back cover in small print are well funny!

adam ratani — , UK — 23 Jul 2003 at 18:08:00

Can I play duck game right now

seun — , UK — 23 Jul 2003 at 15:04:00

Hello and best wishes from Sue ! Really nice page you built here!

Sue — Zurich , Switzerland — 23 Jul 2003 at 09:00:00

Where can I find out more about these books?

emma — leicester , UK — 22 Jul 2003 at 17:27:00

I have purchased some of your books for my daughter who is starting her GCSEs this year, they look very colourful and easy to understand. Thank you for producing something that is reasonably priced.

Susan Wittwer — Banbury , UK — 22 Jul 2003 at 16:24:00

I think this is a good thing you are doing helping with the revision of students like myself keep up the good work.

tsitsi bobo — tunbridge wells, kent , UK — 21 Jul 2003 at 21:42:00

CGP books are really fantastic and wish they give me great GCSE marks! Thanks CGP

Megz — , UK — 21 Jul 2003 at 19:54:00

I think the CGP books are great, but I think you should bring out a book on music and drama

ami — , UK — 21 Jul 2003 at 18:44:00

I love your books they are great, but you should have some games on your website to make it more fun while you learn

lisa — , UK — 21 Jul 2003 at 17:05:00

Hi i would like to learn more about German on this website

Ellis — congresbury , UK — 19 Jul 2003 at 19:24:00

I see that I am not the only person who requires a GCSE LATIN revision guide. The book would sell well as lots of people could find it very helpful (including me!). Please help to explain to me all the grammar etc that goes with Latin and try to print it before I do my GCSE's (next year).

Lauren — Barnet, Hertfordshire , UK — 19 Jul 2003 at 18:39:00

Please do revision guides for Latin and sociology I need the most help in them as do the majority of my year....please!

Lauren — , UK — 19 Jul 2003 at 18:29:00

I think CGP books are great! They helped me through my SATs and all the teachers find them easy (and children). They helped me a lot and my brothers and sisters. I especially liked the question books and study books. The books are really good prices, escpecially for schools. I hope your company never stops for a long time.

Anonymous — , UK — 19 Jul 2003 at 18:12:00

I think your revision guides are great, they make everything really clear and simple.

Peter Connell — Appleby, Cumbria , UK — 19 Jul 2003 at 14:00:00

Please would you publish an AS maths workbook it would really help me and my friends. And by the way, great website!

naima — newcastle , UK — 19 Jul 2003 at 13:01:00

Very useful and worthwhile site. Was just having a look to see what was available to help my daughter. I will definitely visit again and make some purchases once I know what is required.

Helen Bishopp — East Tilbury , UK — 19 Jul 2003 at 12:41:00

Brilliant site, brilliant books my 11yo has said they really help she's 2+half year behind in school due to problems but books helped. She got top marks in lower level sats tests really pleased will continue to use for high school come September thanks.

susan evison — , UK — 18 Jul 2003 at 23:24:00

I think the guest book is very useful but why don't you add a few more pages?

Edwin — London , UK — 18 Jul 2003 at 14:14:00

I think these book's are a great help, some times I find them hard to understand but I think that now they have the texts for GCSE English is great because that will be a big help for me. I struggle with spelling and English its self but these books have helped me in all my other subjects. Thank you lots of love.

Lauren reed — , UK — 17 Jul 2003 at 21:37:00

Please oh please CGP; I wouldn't be asking for this request unless your books were so great! Would you consider making a revision guide for Edexcel GCSE 'Businesss and Communication Systems' (subject)? Thanks.

Suhail — , UK — 17 Jul 2003 at 19:41:00

Thank you. I am 11 years old, I have just done my KS 2 sats and I read your books and they are great they helped me a lot I got an acceptable score so I would like to thank you and I will keep learning by your books.

charlotte collins — sleaford, lincs , UK — 17 Jul 2003 at 19:20:00

Can you tell an answer about year five maths homework book.

april — , UK — 17 Jul 2003 at 16:44:00

I am an older student going back into education after seven years. I found your "mind the gap", books really helpful but I think a great idea would be to publish a science dictionary especially for people like me who have forgotten what certain words mean i.e. biology - turgid or flaccid. Words like this and others really threw me at first and without some sort of dictionary I would have been lost. The rest of your books are really great and the addition of a dictionary to the books you offer would be a great move. Anyway thanks for helping me get back into education.

Miss D.Clouston — Farnham, Surrey , UK — 17 Jul 2003 at 16:10:00

Great site!

James — , USA — 17 Jul 2003 at 01:02:00

I am absolutely disgraced with the level of revision work of being simplified to kindergarten standards. I understand less gifted people than myself need help with their work but not moduled into that kind of simple form. My deepest regrets.

Walter Ernest Tintin — , UK — 16 Jul 2003 at 19:03:00

I think this guestbook is a brilliant idea, and the whole site is good because it helps you with your revision, and shows you all of the different books that you can buy. It is also good because it helps you do better in tests, because of the practice papers, and the sample pages are good because they show you "sample pages" from inside the book. I think this website is brilliant and I will continue to: 1. buy the books, 2. use it to revise, and 3. recommend it to other people. Thanks

Jemma Tompkins — , UK — 16 Jul 2003 at 18:34:00

If you make a book for electronics and drama GCSE, I will love you forever. Oh yeah! I used your books for year 9 SATs and got: English 7, maths 6, and science 6. Thanks alot!

CalmG — , UK — 16 Jul 2003 at 18:02:00

This is my second time writing to you in the guest book and i want to ask a question how come no-one this year got a level 6 in the ks2 sats exams because when I got my results I got a piece of paper saying the percentage of what people got in the UK and no-one got level 6 can you please write back if you know the answer.

alexandra — , UK — 16 Jul 2003 at 17:13:00

I go to an English school here in Spain and I just did my s.a.ts exams for year 6 and I got three 5s and didn't use your books I didn't even study but my friend worked her butt off and she only got three 4s and she was reading at her sisters books which she got from you a couple of years ago please reply I want to know what could have gone wrong

alexandra — , Spain — 16 Jul 2003 at 17:05:00

Cumulative frequency - should everything add upto 100?

Luke — , UK — 16 Jul 2003 at 16:15:00

I like the web site it was very educating

Yashicka — , USA — 15 Jul 2003 at 21:30:00

The books you sell is quite good but I really think you should do better and make it more funny.

Shudong li — hinton, cambridge , UK — 15 Jul 2003 at 18:44:00

Please can you send me revision notes!

Eesha — , UK — 15 Jul 2003 at 15:08:00

I've only just started reading your books but already, I am concerned about the number of people who have found mistakes in them. PLEASE try to sort this out as our exams are at stake here. Thank you.

Anonymous — , UK — 15 Jul 2003 at 14:49:00

I know you're probably tired of all these letters but I've just started using these books seriously for my ks3. I really hope these books work as I'm not exactly the best when it comes to revision - but I am determined to do my best! Maybe you could try to give tips on your website on how to handle and plan out your revision for the more worried or disorganised. Thanks. One word - ACE!

Guri — Warrington, Cheshire , UK — 15 Jul 2003 at 14:44:00

Hello! it's Willermine_Yagi who want to receive a CGP books for my guestbooks because I want to choose which book I can buy.

Willermine_Yagi — North Finchley , UK — 15 Jul 2003 at 10:28:00

Thank you for maintaining such a great site. God bless you!

Anonymous — , UK — 14 Jul 2003 at 05:07:00

This page is fantastic. Keep up the good work!

Anonymous — , Germany — 13 Jul 2003 at 18:45:00

CGP books there is only one word to explain them - excellent. These books are the best that I have ever seen.

Cyrus Poonawala — , Hong Kong — 13 Jul 2003 at 09:38:00

Hello. I am doing a research project at Uni. I would like to know the SATs results people received especially at KS3 level. That's all. Thank you

Paula Rmstead — , UK — 12 Jul 2003 at 20:44:00

Hiya I would just like to say your GCSE workbooks are brilliant so please would you bring out AS workbooks.

sajid — , UK — 11 Jul 2003 at 17:05:00

Just a quick hello and congratulations to your nice website ! I'll visit you again !

Alexa, — Hamburg , Germany — 10 Jul 2003 at 16:43:00

By the way, for all those people who want to campaign for a Latin GCSE textbook, PLEASE email me: jellynellycrazy@hotmail.com I'm finding it quite hard at the mo, don't know about the rest of you.... didn't know what to choose in year 9, so went with Latin and finding it tooooo hard!!! we so painfully need this revision guide to show those stupid examiners we really do know everything about Germanicus and Piso!!! From reading those countless comments out there, I know there are a lot of you, so

Leyla — London, , UK — 10 Jul 2003 at 16:24:00

CGP - Look, I know I've said this twice before, but WHEN WILL YOU GET A GCSE LATIN REVISION BOOK?? I have found all your other guides very useful, but as I will take my Latin exam next year and finding Latin at times quite hard, it would be so, so nice to have something to help me along. And one other thing - you may send me the same email again as you will to all those others requesting books, but when will ANY revision bookmakers come to regard Latin as a 'proper' GCSE that a lot of people do?? It's not like requesting Arabic or Russian for goodness sake!! Surely you could at least think about this before spindling out countless Science guides, for example, to every region and god knows where else, as well as four or five different types of them, instead? Get your act together! I for one wouldn't kick up such a fuss if your company didn't make such good books; therefore meaning I will preference you over others such as Letts or Bitesize.

Leyla Williams — , UK — 10 Jul 2003 at 16:24:00

I think the books need to be given out to the schools in Scotland and to be up dated

Kelly Johnson — Glasgow , UK — 09 Jul 2003 at 15:03:00

I think this is a brilliant site and indeed very helpful! so are the books. I am just hoping that you can start sending your books abroad to other countries so that they also benefit other children!

Upneet Marwaha — Kampala, , Uganda — 08 Jul 2003 at 23:14:00

I love CGP books they've helped me so much in school!

Danielle Carter — Peterborough , UK — 08 Jul 2003 at 15:54:00

Was going to order by letter, phone is a little easier - but this was quite rewarding - a lot easier than I thought it would be - though I would have liked there to be a space to ask for complementary copies of the workbook and the answer book - but hopefully that will have got through to you on separate email. I look forward to revision exercises coming online as a welcome alternative to other sites.

Jonathon Hemingray — Ilkeston, Derby , UK — 08 Jul 2003 at 14:27:00

AS workbooks I think it is good as it will help students with their studies . i know i would buy it if it was available

lyndsey — cornwall , UK — 08 Jul 2003 at 12:08:00

great books and they have really helped me, i was just wondering if you have any music or latin books out.

rg — , UK — 08 Jul 2003 at 10:50:00

Your books are a great help, I've got most of the GCSE revision books. But it would be fantastic if there was an ARABIC revision guide, as other people have also said. I am hoping to do the GCSE arabic next year, but am finding it hard to find up-to-date revision books, at GCSE level. Hope you can help! THANX!

Rayya Ali — Sutton,Surrey , UK — 07 Jul 2003 at 21:44:00

Hello, I really found your revision books helpful while I was doing my GCSE's, THANKYOU!

Annika Barton — London , UK — 07 Jul 2003 at 20:35:00

I'd just like to say I like the idea of AS workbooks, having a workbook would test my knowledge and it would help me grasp topics I don't understand, so pretty please with a cherry on top would you consider publishing an AS Maths workbook.

jane — manchester , UK — 07 Jul 2003 at 18:05:00

I think AS workbooks are a brilliant idea. I would certainly buy the books for my studies. If so please would you publish an AS workbook for different subjects.

samantha — birmingham , UK — 07 Jul 2003 at 13:19:00

Hiya! CGP what can I say - you're absolute legends!!! Your books were really good for revising with GCSEs, it would be really good if you did a Spanish workbook, because I'm a private candidate for it, but don't get me wrong, your revision book is very good! :-)

Jonathan — Whitehaven , UK — 06 Jul 2003 at 23:08:00

Great range of books. I wouldn't fault them at all-although maybe putting the answers to the exam questions might help...

Kayleigh — , UK — 06 Jul 2003 at 21:13:00

Hi ! are you planning to do AS workbook this would be a big help with my studies and besides I think it is a great idea

anita — wathamstow , UK — 06 Jul 2003 at 19:45:00

Having just become a home-educator, I think you are just what I need. It's a brilliant site. Are there any kinds of concessions for home-educators?

Lesley Evans — , UK — 05 Jul 2003 at 00:10:00

hi,  are you planning to do any AS workbooks . I think it is a great idea and I would certainly buy one to help me with my studies. I think there should be workbooks for a variety of subjects it would certainly help me and my friends with our studies

Sarah Harwood — , UK — 04 Jul 2003 at 10:39:00

Very good and very helpful. Thank you for the good work.

Jack Dong — London , UK — 03 Jul 2003 at 22:15:00

Great site! I have just ordered the maths GCSE coursework book online. I could not buy it in any WHSmiths

Harriet — , UK — 03 Jul 2003 at 22:01:00

I teach Geography at AS and A2 levels (Edexcel A) and was very interested to see a 'bridge the gap between GCSE and AS - Mathematics' booklet through a colleague. I came to the CGP website hoping to find a similar booklet for my subject - but was disappointed to discover that it does not exist. I have found your Revision books and workbooks very helpful at GCSE - please seriously consider making an A level version part of your range.

Mrs Jan Rae — Bury Lawn School, Milton Keyne, UK — 03 Jul 2003 at 15:48:00

I think having AS workbooks is a great idea I know it would certainly help me understand topics better.

jane batley — somerset , UK — 03 Jul 2003 at 15:34:00

I want to say how very good I think the CGP Revision and Workbooks are together that I have leant from at GCSE level (chemistry). I am an adult refreshing science knowledge from long ago with the aim of taking a vocational health science degree. I do enjoy the silly humour in the books, but most of all they are clear, concise and a very good learning memory aid. The revision book I have used is very well structured and referenced.

Dev Preston — Hull , UK — 03 Jul 2003 at 12:52:00

Hi ya, I am studying AS levels and I am enquiring as to whether you would be producing AS workbooks I really enjoyed working through your GCSE workbooks and was wondering whether you would be doing the same for AS levels?

waheeda peet — london , UK — 03 Jul 2003 at 11:14:00


ADAM JOHNSON — northumberland , UK — 03 Jul 2003 at 09:19:00

Hi ya, I am studying German at the moment in Year 10 but I would also like to start learning a new completely different language. All the most important workbooks are Fab but I would like to see ARABIC Revision Guide and workbook and German as well, but also seeing that German has become an optional subject and is becoming very hard to understand. Please get this message as I will be very grateful. Also, the Arabic would be a great help because I will be able to talk to my mates who are Arabic and can't really sometimes understand me.

Jessica — Crawley , UK — 02 Jul 2003 at 21:40:00

I thought it was great but I would like to see more workbooks for different languages. Even though I don't study Arabic I think you should have more of a choice in languages for students and people to do and to learn a new language.

Jessica Dunning — Crawley , UK — 02 Jul 2003 at 21:34:00

I would just like to say a big thank you to CGP books because they have helped my two daughters so much my oldest daughter who is 14 has had her SATs results back and I am very pleased with her level 6's she got. I will continue to buy these for her GCSE's as she has progressed so much and she enjoys them as they are fun learning books thank you so much.

angela jane ward — , UK — 02 Jul 2003 at 19:31:00

I recently received my KS3 SATs results. I was reasonably pleased with them. I would like to say the science revision guide was clear and straight to the point. I was quite disappointed with the Maths revision guide, however.

Simon Jones — , Wales — 02 Jul 2003 at 18:05:00

My friend just introduced me to one of your books, and I like what I saw. I operate a book store and I am interested in carrying your books.

Evan m. Brooks — , Anguilla B. W. I. — 01 Jul 2003 at 23:59:00

Hi. I think your books are great, but only having a few means that I'm having to go through all my notes to revise, a lot of which is junk that I don't need. Couldn't you put some better revision stuff onto the website? Because I've got a maths exam and I'm starting to revise now! Ye, stupid I know, but I will know for next time

Liam — north wales , UK — 01 Jul 2003 at 22:07:00

I think your books are great and I really enjoy them what you should do however is publish the books as a set then it will be easier to get all the ones you need I'm in year 10 and I just started to read your books but I need to get all the ones I need but where from, my school won't give us them till next year but I want to start reading them now to get ahead and give myself a better understanding of things.

sarah reeves — , UK — 01 Jul 2003 at 20:15:00

I think that the revision section is very helpful. It has really helped me improve and help with my end of year test. Thanks

Christine — , UK — 01 Jul 2003 at 20:06:00


KADELIA DOWARRIS — , UK — 01 Jul 2003 at 15:29:00

I think you have excellent workbooks and study guides. I got grade a's and b's for my gcse's and I am enquiring whether you will do workbooks for AS/A2 level maths. I worked through your GCSE workbooks and found it really simple and easy to understand. could you do the same for AS/A2 maths and other subjects that would be really helpful. I am currently studying AS level maths and would like a workbook that would help me understand the subject more clearly and written in simple English I have looked at other other books. However I can not seem to find an AS workbook

mark wood — basingstoke , UK — 01 Jul 2003 at 14:44:00

I am currently studying AS maths and I would really like an AS maths workbook to help me practice AS level maths and to practice the topics I am weak on. I have seen your GCSE maths workbook and it is really good, I was wondering whether you would publish and AS maths workbook. I have looked around few other publishers and they don't seem to have any workbooks for AS maths. I know me and my friends who are studying this subject would like a book to practice AS maths problems. I know there is a market as me and my friends are looking for a book to practice our maths, unfortunately there are no AS maths workbook could you help?

india armit — , UK — 01 Jul 2003 at 13:14:00

Would you be doing AS workbooks?

samantha watson — , UK — 01 Jul 2003 at 12:20:00


hamida sajid — , UK — 01 Jul 2003 at 11:14:00

I would like AS level workbook as this would really help with my revision please could you help. I would like AS maths workbook for revision purposes please could you help?

jane johnson — , UK — 01 Jul 2003 at 10:49:00

Please would you do a workbook for AS maths for p1, p2,s1 or m1 and for A2 modules p3, p4 s2 m4 or p6 this would really help.

alvin — , UK — 01 Jul 2003 at 09:35:00

Hi do you do AS /A2 workbooks? This would really help with my revision, much appreciated!

alvin — , UK — 01 Jul 2003 at 09:15:00