Guestbook Archive - June 2010
I could not have done AS Maths, Physics and Chemistry without your books. I am starting A2 in September and I have the Physics and Chemistry. My request is that if possible could you get the Maths book preferably in OCR released before December 2010.
Grant — Sunderland, United Kingdom — 28 Jun 2010 at 13:02:52
I would have COMPLETELY failed physics, if it hadn't been for CGP!!
physicsisreallybum — London, United Kingdom — 27 Jun 2010 at 16:56:36
Guestbook Editor: And you'd have gotten away with it, too, if it hadn't been for those meddling kids.
I am doing the triple science exam and I am struggling to revise I have read all your books but there are no activites that I can find on the website.
Alex — Manchester, United Kingdom — 27 Jun 2010 at 14:06:52
I love CGP they are the best.
Juj — Headington, United Kingdom — 27 Jun 2010 at 13:00:26
Your books are fantastic, I think they have saved my GCSEs! Now I need to find some for my A-levels!
I think it would be very useful for years below to have a CGP guide for the whole process of GCSEs, so you have the best chance of success but still have fun during your GCSE years.
Jack Wilde — Cambridge, United Kingdom — 26 Jun 2010 at 09:57:18
Hello — my IT teacher's a melon head and never helps me. Are you going to be making anything for this??? Hope so cuz I love this site! :D x
Jabba the Hut — Stroud, United Kingdom — 25 Jun 2010 at 09:22:47
Guestbook Editor: Er, we can't do anything about your teacher, but we do have various splendid books for ICT, from Key Stage 2 to AS-Level.
Thank You CGP You Realy Helped Me With My Exams
Prakash — Iltown, United Kingdom — 24 Jun 2010 at 20:45:40
IN THIS WEBSITE ALL THE THINGS I HAVE SEEN IS VERY GOOD AND I LIKE IT
THANK YOU FOR ALL THE HARD WORK
fathahul alam ansari — oldham, United Kingdom — 24 Jun 2010 at 09:32:31
My teacher sux and the only way I pass my science exams is by reading your books the night before.
I'm gonna save up and buy all ur books. Twice.
I struggle in foundation.... — Dunno, United Kingdom — 23 Jun 2010 at 22:26:03
Guestbook Editor: Good idea. That way you can keep spare copies in the bathroom at all times. For emergencies.
I think the books are very helpful and fun to read I enjoy revising because of this. The website is very amusing and I have learnt a lot from it thank you CGP!!
Amy — Stroud, United Kingdom — 23 Jun 2010 at 20:41:41
You continue to offer top quality service, with super-fast delivery of high quality items at excellent prices. A pleasure to do business with you!
Lynda Owen — Waterlooville, United Kingdom — 23 Jun 2010 at 20:30:18
Your books may have just stopped me from failing AS maths.
Will you have any A2 maths books by September?
Mark Johnson — Stockport, United Kingdom — 23 Jun 2010 at 19:58:27
Love your revision guides, especially the comments at the bottom of the psychology books. 'Revision - it cures insomnia and induces narcolepsy in one go.' and 'I once did an experiment on my luggage*.' *It was a case study. They are now in my list of favourite quotes.
Sam — Torpoint , United Kingdom — 23 Jun 2010 at 19:50:18
In your A2-Level Biology (AQA) you have suggested that when a kineses is intense the organism turns less often which makes sense to me BUT I also have the proper AQA book for the course and it says the opposite. This has left me quite confudled! Is this a rare CGP mistake?
Matt — Oxford, United Kingdom — 22 Jun 2010 at 17:11:05
Guestbook Editor: We've checked this with our Biology experts, and the example we give about woodlice/humidity is definitely right. Hooray! We don't actually describe any of the kineses as 'intense' — maybe that's where the confusion has arisen?
(Commenting on book MHR42, GCSE Maths Revision Guide - Higher
CGP- in terms of this book and the many others that I own of yours- you would receive an A* by my standards.
Keep the good work up!
Anon. — Anon. , United Kingdom — 20 Jun 2010 at 10:08:19
Your books are fantastic - just used your AS level maths to help my daughter learn C2 in 10 days - no other book comes remotely close. I'm gutted to see that you don't have an A2 maths. Looks like we are going to have to trudge through the textbook!
Anne Pook — Kingston, United Kingdom — 19 Jun 2010 at 22:27:39
Guestbook Editor: Just between you and me, there might be something A2 Maths-shaped skulking in the CGP shadows. Waiting to pounce...
Have you considered making books for DiDA? Do you know how useful a GCSE ICT book would be for me if I was doing DiDA?
Isam B — Ilford, United Kingdom — 19 Jun 2010 at 22:06:17
Guestbook Editor: We're not planning any DiDA books at the moment, we're afraid. We think most of the material in the GCSE ICT books would be relevant to DiDA, but there'd also be a lot of stuff that wasn't covered. Our Customer Services team are experts in this type of thing, so just send them an email if you'd like more details — they're dead nice.
What an excellent website!!!
James Slaymaker — Buckingham, United Kingdom — 19 Jun 2010 at 21:42:59
Guestbook Editor: What an excellent surname!
Hi I love these book they are really good. They give you a lot of help when revising and also really funny. It's not complicated and you can understand very easily.
Shanice — London, United Kingdom — 19 Jun 2010 at 18:04:02
Wow your books are poor, they try to be funny but they arn't they barely give you anything but the bare facts....
Jonny B — Barny, United Kingdom — 19 Jun 2010 at 15:53:06
Is there a new GCSE for this years Yr 9 going into Yr 10? and if there is, will there be new books? And if so, when are they out so I can buy them?! Thank you :) x
Hats — Birmingham, United Kingdom — 19 Jun 2010 at 13:10:38
Guestbook Editor: There are new GCSEs for English, Maths and ICT starting in September 2010, and we've got stacks of ace new books to cover them. Some of them are out now, and there are plenty more arriving in time for September. Just go to 'Our Books' for more details! (All the other GCSE subjects are staying the same for now.)
Hello there CGP books! Yes, it's me again.
I just wanted to say an extra big thank you for my Science and Maths KS3 revision books! We had our last maths exam today and got our science results. And guess what? I GOT 98% IN MY SCIENCE ALL THANKS TO YOU GUYS! I think you all deserve a huge gold star! Thank you! xxx :)
P.S. I don't know about my maths results yet... ;)
Caroline — Liverpool, United Kingdom — 17 Jun 2010 at 21:59:01
Guestbook Editor: Gosh, well done! It's brilliant to hear you found the books useful. We always like getting gold stars, but we think we should share this one with you and your teachers...
Have you ever considered having a CGP shop, preferably in London and people can see all the books you have on offer, look through them and buy them, because loads of shops don't sell everything you have which gets annoying, and online you can't have a look inside... you should definitely consider it.
Kerry — London, United Kingdom — 17 Jun 2010 at 18:40:17
Guestbook Editor: London... that's that gigantic city down south somewhere, right? We're not planning any dedicated CGP shops at the moment, but we are adding heaps of sample pages to the website so that you can get a good feel for the books before you order. Just click on 'See inside this book' below the main description. Browse away!
'Let us know that you've dropped in'... I've dropped in to gaze at your website wondering what revision book to get next :)
Sue — Bath, United Kingdom — 17 Jun 2010 at 15:46:40
It's getting far too easy to order stuff from you online. Even my students seem to be able to do it.
If you really want to make it even easier, you could save my credit card details too.
Richard Johnson — Stockport, United Kingdom — 17 Jun 2010 at 13:23:16
Aha! I have spotted a mistake in one of your books! (CGP Music GCSE Edexcel Specification) On Page 12 you misspelt Sergei Rachmaninoff by spelling it "Rachmaninov". Sorry to be awkward, I just thought I would let you know, I love all of your books! :)
Rhys Harris — Oxford, United Kingdom — 17 Jun 2010 at 11:33:19
Guestbook Editor: A mistake? We never make mistakes, sir. Well, hardly ever. On this occasion, we're both right — you can translate the name from Russian in various ways (although an unscientific test using a popular internet search engine shows that 'Rachmaninov' is the clear favourite). Everyone's a winner.
Just to be odd, I'm a 26 year old who's decided to learn French in his spare time, and I'm using both your KS3 and GCSE revision guides as part of my resources. They're every bit as absorbing and visually stimulating as I remember, so thanks again (used all your books for GCSE, way back). Any chance of an AS or A2 languages series any time soon?
Aaron — Cardiff , United Kingdom — 16 Jun 2010 at 00:22:16
Guestbook Editor: Ace — glad you're still finding the books useful (you probably understand more of our references to 90s pop music than most current GCSE students, too). We've had a squint through the CGP Publishing Binoculars, and we can't see A-Level Languages on the horizon at the moment — but that's not to say they're not lurking just beyond the skyline...
(Commenting on book SHR10, KS1 Science Study Book
My children are home educated and we've really enjoyed reading through this book. It introduces topics in a simple way and is clearly laid out.
Lucy — Sussex , United Kingdom — 15 Jun 2010 at 23:52:56
I just popped by to see if you had any Citizenship books and I noticed the tab saying guestbook. I decided that it would be in order to type you all a quick thank you for the amazing help that you have given me with all my exams! But then I started reading down the page. Thank you CGP for wasting a good half hour of my revision time reading your replies to people's comments.
So that's a thank you for letting me fail my exams as well as passing them :)
Keep up the super work! :D
Alice — Derby, United Kingdom — 15 Jun 2010 at 20:49:16
Guestbook Editor: Aw, thanks. An occasional half-hour break from revision is good for brain-recharging, we reckon. Good luck with the exams!
I love your books I have got so much out of them every time I go into town I always want to get another one!
Caitlin Barton - Sargeant — Penzance, United Kingdom — 15 Jun 2010 at 19:46:09
I was wondering if you have any cheap books for like £1 because it says on the back of my KS3 Science The Revision Guide (Levels 5-7) that you have workbooks for £1, but on the web they are more???
Also more importantly how can I get really good at science :D Please Reply.
(TryingToGetGoodAtScience) — Bournemouth, United Kingdom — 15 Jun 2010 at 19:04:03
Guestbook Editor: Crikey, we think you must have quite an old edition of the KS3 Science Revision Guide — we haven't made the £1 Workbooks for a good few years now, we're afraid. (We do make our books as cheap as we possibly can, though — they're the best value around.) To get really good at Science, we'd recommend working hard, asking your teacher lots of questions and never failing to be amazed by the elegant complexity of the natural world. Or you could just track down a really good scientist and swap brains with them while they're asleep.
Hey, I'm agreed with a comment above, I really need a CGP revision guide for Catholic religion, seeing as I go to a Roman Catholic school, it would help so much!
Louise — London, United Kingdom — 15 Jun 2010 at 18:48:50
I wish that your revision guides had been available when I was at school. It would have made learning much more interesting and fun.
Jackie Charlesworth-Davies — West Ewell, United Kingdom — 14 Jun 2010 at 21:40:19
Please do a GCSE Latin book, I can't find revision for it anywhere!
Ponder — Dover, United Kingdom — 14 Jun 2010 at 18:55:14
The CGP books are excellent... I couldn't think of a better revision guide, I would definitely recommend the CGP revision guides — you are guaranteed to get at least a B grade or an A.... the ridiculous funny jokes on every page make revision worthwhile. Humorous.
Nasreen — Maldon, United Kingdom — 14 Jun 2010 at 16:04:50
Guestbook Editor: Well, we can't guarantee you'll get a particular grade by using our books, but we do bend over backwards to make them as thorough, useful and entertaining as we can. Thanks very much for the comment. Flattering.
CGP your books are brilliant! Full of information and they give you a laugh every now and then. I especially love your Complete Revision and Practice books. Keep making them!
Emma — Barnsley, United Kingdom — 13 Jun 2010 at 14:09:47
GCSE Maths AQA Modular - your revision books are split into two years (10 and 11) but I'm taking all the modules in one year do I buy both sets of revision books or do I only need one and if so which one?
Fiona — Bath, United Kingdom — 12 Jun 2010 at 19:09:18
Guestbook Editor: Good news — all our GCSE Maths Revision Guides cover everything you'll need for Years 10 and 11, so you'll only need one book. (The books are split up because there are new GCSE Maths courses for Year 10s kicking off in the autumn.) If you're starting Year 10 in September 2010, go for one of the books that says 'For courses starting 2010/11'. Hope that helps.
Hey I'm George... And I am predicted low grades for Maths and English GCSEs, along with lots of others. So I am spending next year instead of going to do A levels I am spending the year going over everything again and doing my exams in an fe college... basically to put it simply I'm re-taking. Would the exams I'm doing next year require me to use your new up-to-date revision guides for the rest of 2010/2011 students who will be in year 11... or am I having the same specification that I'm currently doing because I'll be in college... So confusing, I'm not sure if I can put it any simpler? Hope you can answer
George — London, United Kingdom — 12 Jun 2010 at 19:06:35
Guestbook Editor: Crumbs, that does sound a bit confusing. If you're re-taking your GCSEs at a FE college, they might be teaching a different specification from the one you've been doing at school. We reckon the best thing would be to give your college a ring and find out which courses they'll be teaching.
Hiya... I love your books, especially your mathematics ones, without your amazing books I doubt I'd be expecting such high grades for Maths GCSE. However I am confused by your website - I am about to start AQA modular Mathematics (starting in year 10), however you don't have the 2010/2011 workbook... what's happening...? (By the way I'm on higher)
Lucy — London, United Kingdom — 12 Jun 2010 at 19:00:28
Guestbook Editor: Oops... slight technical hitch — thanks for pointing it out. Sorry to anybody who's been searching for GCSE Maths AQA Modular Workbooks on the website — they'll be online pronto.
Out of all the revision books out there yours are the best - I'm currently doing my GCSEs. I also have to say, I rather enjoyed some of the witty comments written under every page. 10/10 for banter CGP. There are lots of kids who say your jokes are lame - but haters are always gonna hate. Keep it up.
Em — Cheshire, United Kingdom — 12 Jun 2010 at 16:59:36
Your books are quite good for quick revision, although we had to buy a Maths KS3 text book last year when most of the difficult stuff we did (quadratics, simultaneous) weren't in it.
I was wondering are you planning European History textbooks? The world history books don't cover everything.
John — Rabat, Malta — 12 Jun 2010 at 07:17:28
Guestbook Editor: It sounds as if you've got the KS3 Maths Revision Guide for Levels 3-6. There's also an edition for Levels 5-8 that covers quadratics, simultaneous equations and all the other mind-bending maths stuff. In other news, we're not planning any specific European History books at the moment. Sorry!
Hi, I'd just to say that I LOVE your books, they've helped me through out Key Stage 3 and I would like to buy some books in advance, as I start GCSE next year. I go to a Catholic school, but most of the content in your Religious Studies books seems to be quite general, any chance of a more specific book? Please!
Emily — St Albans, United Kingdom — 11 Jun 2010 at 17:15:09
Hi CGP, Can you please introduce A Level Economics and A2 AQA Maths and Stats Revision Guides. Thanks :)
Aaron — Birmingham, United Kingdom — 11 Jun 2010 at 13:17:35
Hello there CGP books!
Thank you very much for inventing Complete Revision & Practice books! I think I would have failed the maths exam I did today without mine! Thanks a bunch, Caroline x
p.s. i am having tuna pasta for tea tonight. :-)
Caroline — Liverpool, United Kingdom — 10 Jun 2010 at 21:54:10
Guestbook Editor: Just wait till you see our latest invention — the CGP Revise-o-Matic-a-Tron! Just plug it into your brain while you're asleep (you'll need to drill a hole in your skull first, of course), and when you wake up, you'll be brimming with exam knowledge, assessment skills and an irresistible urge to say the word 'fab' quite a lot. (Please note: this product is entirely made up. CGP does not recommend drilling holes in your skull, or any other part of your body. Thanks.)
Hey, your books are amazing! Helped me through my GCSE's :) Just wondering if you'd considered an AS/A2 Law guide? Please! :)
Louise — Chester, United Kingdom — 10 Jun 2010 at 21:47:15
Are you going to consider doing books for DiDA and GCSE Sociology? How about D1 & D2? (maths)
Isam B — Ilford, United Kingdom — 10 Jun 2010 at 17:32:49
Hey CGP! thank you so much for your amazing books, your revision guides got me A's in my AS-level January exams! You've made revision so much clearer and easier to do! Thanks again (:
Lily — Wirral, United Kingdom — 10 Jun 2010 at 14:28:57
I am amazed by the range of books you have, however I was wondering what your environmental policies were, being a leader in children's revision guides - i.e. are the books made out of recycled paper
Phil Mitchell — Trafalgar Square, United Kingdom — 10 Jun 2010 at 11:42:39
Guestbook Editor: Our books aren't currently printed on recycled paper but they are printed in the UK to reduce transport emissions. We do our best to save energy and resources where we can — we're always looking for ways to become more efficient and environmentally friendly. Great to hear you like the books!
Hi CGP!! Your books are absolutely amazing, and I want to thank you so much. I'm in the middle of my GCSEs at the moment, and they are getting me through without a doubt. I'm starting a-levels next year, and was just wondering, are you bringing out an AS Spanish guide any time soon? Thanks!! I love you! :D xxxx
Laura — Brighton, United Kingdom — 09 Jun 2010 at 21:36:44
Please, please make a Latin one in time for June 2011!! I really need an understandable explanation my teacher is so confusing!! (I know you have already said not in the foreseeable future but it would be great! You make things really clear)
Alice — London, United Kingdom — 09 Jun 2010 at 19:58:13
Hey, when will we find out your plans for A level Mathematics?
I'm asking because I rely on your books to pass.
Mikey — Bristol, United Kingdom — 09 Jun 2010 at 19:54:52
Guestbook Editor: We're sorry to be cryptic, but it might be a little while longer yet...
Hiya I love your books, any chance of a Sociology GCSE guide?
jade — manchester, United Kingdom — 09 Jun 2010 at 19:53:34
Your books are pretty darn helpful! I hate A2 biology but you guys have actually made it slightly bearable! chars
Leanne — Jersey, United Kingdom — 09 Jun 2010 at 16:58:47
Guestbook Editor: CGP — making revision slightly bearable since 1995.
Ever considered revision guides for degree courses?... just saying.
Evie — Manchester, United Kingdom — 08 Jun 2010 at 15:12:49
(Commenting on book SAR41, GCSE Core Science AQA Revision Guide
there is a spelling mistake on page 58 under the first heading, number 3) A particularly useful fuel made FORM vegetable oils is called boidiesel. It should be 'made FROM vegetable oils'. Thank you. :) Tiff and Christina
Tiff — Droitwich, United Kingdom — 08 Jun 2010 at 15:06:41
Guestbook Editor: Good spot — thanks! We'll correct that tiny typo next time we do a reprint.
Please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please bring out A2 Maths revision guides, we couldnt have done AS without the C1, C2 and S1 books PLEEEEAAASE.
AS maths class! — Beaumont School, United Kingdom — 08 Jun 2010 at 15:05:21
Guestbook Editor: What a polite request. We've got some exciting ideas for A2 Maths, but you'll have to hold on a bit longer for the details...
Do you have an A-level music Revision Guide? Because I could definitely use one and can't find one anywhere! (Edexcel please)
Also your C1&C2 books saved my life, got me from a predicted U to a B! Pleeease do a C3 & C4 oooo and an S1&2!!
Katie — St. Albans, United Kingdom — 08 Jun 2010 at 14:38:08
Thank you for featuring in all my revision — could not have got this far without these books!!
Wild Deer — London, United Kingdom — 08 Jun 2010 at 11:44:32
(Commenting on book EHS41, GCSE English Complete Revision & Practice
Is this book for lit and lang?
?? — ?? , United Kingdom — 07 Jun 2010 at 22:51:00
Guestbook Editor: Yep, it sure is. We'll update the description to make that clearer.
I loveee your books because they are great fun to read. In one of your books which my little brother was reading - Maths KS2, contained a joke; a fat man was inside a shape an in his speech bubble it said "My friend told me to get into shape" haha! That was one funny joke, love u guys!
Unknown — Reading, United Kingdom — 07 Jun 2010 at 21:15:54
I needed help on Genes, Chromosomes etc and I found the online resources page, it has helped a lot, so I just bought a load of the revision guides now!
Adam — Southport , United Kingdom — 07 Jun 2010 at 20:50:37
Your CGP website needs to be updated. It is quite old. The book is in advance. So yeah!
Melanie — Ilford, United Kingdom — 07 Jun 2010 at 20:35:50
omg I am soo stressed out about my Music GCSEs next year! I am doing so badly, but I bought CGP books in all the Sciences and Maths and I'm getting so much better so I'm hoping for a miracle!!!
notverygoodatmusic — London, United Kingdom — 07 Jun 2010 at 19:47:09
Guestbook Editor: Don't panic! The exams aren't till next year, and – you guessed it – CGP's got some ace books that cover the GCSE Music courses from all the main exam boards (AQA, Edexcel and OCR). There's loads of time to tune up your exam skills.
(Commenting on book CER51, AS-Level Chemistry Edexcel Revision Guide
Really good book. Only thing is isn't the colour change of phenolphthalein pink to colourless, not red to colourless when adding acid to alkali?
Jo — London , United Kingdom — 07 Jun 2010 at 15:42:10
Guestbook Editor: Interesting question. Here's one of our resident Chemistry experts: "I’ve seen it described as both red and pink." The Edexcel exam board have decided it's red. So, er, that settles that.
I have started home schooling my son due to health problems and these books are fantastic. I want him to have a good education and the books keep me up to date and on the right tracks. I have passed the site on to other home schoolers. They are good value and with no P&P for orders over £20 I find them affordable. Thank you
Michele — Leighton Buzzard, United Kingdom — 07 Jun 2010 at 11:23:42
I hate revision. Period. But when my maths teacher gave me a CGP Revision Guide and Workbook, I flicked through it thinking, great another thing I'm not going to look at. But when I looked at it properly I couldn't help but smile and let a few laughs out when looking at the pictures and reading some of the little comments... I especially like the little things on the back of the books, they made me laugh the hardest! So I would just like to say thank you... without these books I may have gone crazy being cooped up in my room revising!
Claire — Fife, United Kingdom — 07 Jun 2010 at 10:29:47
Guestbook Editor: Our pleasure. CGP — the best cure for revision-based cabin fever.
This book is filled with all sorts of infomation to learn.
Troy — Hillingdon, United Kingdom — 07 Jun 2010 at 09:37:38
Firstly, I'd like to say you've done an awesome job in making these books. I was very suprised that, exactly what was in the book, was exactly what the teachers taught. And the joke 'Diarrhoea is hereditary it runs through your jeans' was excellent especially when I was learning about 'Diseases' in Biology class. Besides that, I'd like to ask if you could make an AS/A2 Media Revision Guide. Thanks.
Kwame — Leeds, United Kingdom — 06 Jun 2010 at 23:27:08
CGP books are amazing i used them to get prepared for my SATS and came out with all level 5's these books ae phenomonal and I can asure you my children will be using them.
Chloe Mason — Doncaster, United Kingdom — 06 Jun 2010 at 17:43:28
I'm doing IGCSE English next year... Are CGP's english books okay to use?
cftghbjnk — ctfvgbhkjl., United Kingdom — 06 Jun 2010 at 16:51:54
Guestbook Editor: Our GCSE books cover a lot of the material from the IGCSE course, but there may be some bits and pieces that aren't included. They'll definitely help you out, though.
I love your books and I was just wondering, will the KS3 books be grouped as years, like your year six books have?
Mawuelome — Adjei, United Kingdom — 05 Jun 2010 at 21:52:51
Guestbook Editor: Most of our KS3 groups cover Years 7-9, but we do have some KS3 Strategy Workbooks for Maths, English and Science that are grouped by year. Enjoy!
Just stupid books.
Hubbard — Wymonsham, United Kingdom — 05 Jun 2010 at 17:07:52
I have posted a comment previously regarding the utter brilliance of your GCSE Science range (and I'm only in Year 7!), but cannot seem to find many books at all that follow the WJEC syllabus (except for the ICT Revision Guide). As I live in North Wales, this is quite frustrating because of the fact that I may be independently learning facts at home that may be irrelevant to my exams later in my school life. Please could you work on some more books for exactly this exam board? Thank you! :)
Joe — Llanddaniel, United Kingdom — 05 Jun 2010 at 15:15:15
Guestbook Editor: Funny you should say that — we've just released a whole bundle of brand new WJEC-specific books for GCSE Maths, and there's a cute little WJEC range for GCSE English, too. Besides, you can never learn too many facts, right?
Hi again. I'm so sorry but in my rush to get across to you how much i just love your books before, I forgot to ask: are you gonna be making a Latin one any time soon? Because, like, I really need one...
Crystal Shandelear — Sussex, United Kingdom — 05 Jun 2010 at 14:10:47
Guestbook Editor: We're afraid you and your GFs won't be having a CGP Latin revision part-ay in the foreseeable future. But it's, like, awesome that you love the books so much!
I think you're books are so totally A-mazing!
I mean, oh my gosh they get me sooooo in the mood for revish and lots of it. I sometimes even invite all of my Gf's over and we totally have a revision part-ay. I love them and i am so totally grateful. lyl xx
Crystal Shandelear — Sussex, United Kingdom — 05 Jun 2010 at 14:06:08
Hey Guestbook Editor I need your help with a question ..
What colour of clothing would be best to wear on a hot summer night ??
Sophie — Swansea , United Kingdom — 05 Jun 2010 at 13:50:25
Guestbook Editor: I'm no scientist, but I believe white is a popular choice due to its heat-reflecting qualities.
Hey I think your books are amazing!!
I really think you should consider bringing out an A2 mathematics range for c3 and c4 edexcel — I would definitley buy those!!
Mohani — London, United Kingdom — 05 Jun 2010 at 11:50:12
Do you do A level economics revision guides.
aran — birmingham , United Kingdom — 04 Jun 2010 at 22:42:07
Guestbook Editor: Sorry — not at the moment. But we'll keep it in mind for the future.
Will there be an A2 Mathematics book preferably in OCR as I am starting it in September. I have enjoyed your Physics and Chemistry (AQA) and Maths (OCR) and I really hope this continues. I have already recieved delivery of your A2 versions of Chem and Phys in AQA. Please get back to me as soon as possible.
Grant — Sunderland, United Kingdom — 04 Jun 2010 at 18:52:05
Guestbook Editor: Good to hear that you enjoyed the AS books. We're having a good hard think about A2 Maths, but we can't give you any exact details at the moment. Stay tuned...
Hii CGP!! I love your books! They are gr8! There is sooooo much in-4-mation in them! I love the jokes too- it adds the f in studying! I'm definitely going to get more soon! Can you pleaseeeeeeee pleaseee pleaseeeeeeee make a KS3 PE book with rules and positions of players like suggested in the comments earlier!! Can there be warm-ups and cool downs in it too as well as muscles? Please? Please? =(
a non mouse — -, United Kingdom — 04 Jun 2010 at 16:58:19
Guestbook Editor: Key Stage 3 PE isn't part of our plans at the moment, we're afraid. Soz.
Heyy CGP..I just ordered a load of books and I have exams the week after next...(AHH) How soon do you think I'll get them? By the way... Books = AMAZING :) I'm just going to write "alot" as one word now :) hahah thanks x
Charlotte — Windsor, United Kingdom — 04 Jun 2010 at 12:03:05
Guestbook Editor: We'll send your books off First Class later today — if the Saturday post is running smoothly, you should have them tomorrow. Thanks a[space]lot — good luck with the exams!
When MC Hammer sang Can't Touch This, was he talking about the pages of your GCSE books? They are so unergonomic and as for the GCSE graphics...
Syed — Derry, United Kingdom — 03 Jun 2010 at 12:38:37
Hi — I'm looking for the book on Yak Painting, and I can't seem to find it. When is it coming out? I have a tonne of frustrated yaks who are still left uncoloured. HELP
Tim — The guy from the apprentice, United Kingdom — 03 Jun 2010 at 12:34:16
Guestbook Editor: Gosh. Unfortunately, the Yak Painting book has been put on hold, so you may have a problem. How many yaks are we talking about? A wild male yak can weigh up to a tonne on its own, and you wouldn't want to frustrate one of those. But if you've got 2-4 smaller domestic yaks, they'll probably listen to reason. Good luck.
Whose milkshake brings all the boys to the yard? It's a question in one of your books (can't remember which).
Danyl — GCSEland, United Kingdom — 03 Jun 2010 at 12:29:44
Guestbook Editor: I could teach you, but I'd have to charge. (Not really — it was the R&B pop-star Kelis, in her hit single 'Milkshake' from 2003. Fingers crossed that question will come up in your exams.)
Hey CGP. Love your books - they're the best!
Just wondered wether you were planning on creating a book for OCR AS and A2 RS? I don't know how I'm going to cope next year without your books! Thanks x
Beth — LEICS, United Kingdom — 03 Jun 2010 at 07:52:18
Guestbook Editor: Hmm... A-Level RS isn't on our gigantic spreadsheet of forthcoming books at the moment, we're afraid. But who knows what the future may bring?
Unknown — Preston, United Kingdom — 02 Jun 2010 at 20:30:13
Guestbook Editor: Yes!
Unknown — Blackburn, United Kingdom — 02 Jun 2010 at 20:29:39
Too right...your books do allow the most fun one can have without laughing -HAHA- even that is funny!!! Loving CGP. Thanks for the great work. And don't believe the people who say that you write irrelevant things, because they arent looking at the right topics they are meant to learn (I for example only use 6 chapters out of my Geography CGP because it's all I need). The other topics might be useful to other students however...:)
Ams — Wincanton, United Kingdom — 02 Jun 2010 at 19:52:03
CGP Books helped me pass my GCSE's!!! Thank you!
I cried with laughter at some of the hilarious comments at the end of each page.
I love the writer of these absolutely fantastic books!
Caileigh — London, United Kingdom — 02 Jun 2010 at 15:47:17
Hi, I've just read your tips page in online resources about exams and fighting dragons (or was it monsters?), anyway, you guys really must have fun writing this stuff on the website and your books! Who thinks up this stuff, anyway? Some of it's really wacky (in a good way - most of the time!)!!
Latina — Swindon , United Kingdom — 02 Jun 2010 at 09:54:11
Guestbook Editor: Let's put it this way — we all eat a lot of cheese before bedtime.
Does your German Complete Revision and Practice guide have all the stuff in it that the separate books have? Or is the complete book full of "watered down" info?
Nazifa — Swindon, United Kingdom — 02 Jun 2010 at 09:44:35
Guestbook Editor: Our GCSE German Complete Revision and Practice book has all the same study notes, vocab and grammar you'll find in the Revision Guide, but we couldn't squeeze in every question from the Workbook as well. Instead, it's got loads of revision questions, warm-up questions and exam-style questions, plus a brilliant listening CD that you don't get with the Revision Guide. And it's out very soon!
Hi Your other books have been sooo useful to me, thanks! I'm starting GCSE Sociology next year (i'm in Y9 at the moment), can you please, please, pretty please with cherries on top make a GCSE Sociology book? You've got one for A level. Please??
Nazifa — Swindon, United Kingdom — 02 Jun 2010 at 09:38:57
Guestbook Editor: We're sorry — GCSE Sociology isn't on the cards at the moment. We'd really like to make books to suit absolutely everyone's courses, but there are an awful lot of subjects out there...
I absolutely love your books! They have helped so much, especially science.
Sue — Pontefract, United Kingdom — 02 Jun 2010 at 01:59:46
The CGP books are the best!
All that I need for my SATS is just the CGP books and I will be fine
kinda sami abu hawwash — ras al khaimah, United Arab Emirates — 01 Jun 2010 at 17:28:30
Hey guys, love your books! Any chance of A2 Maths modules (preferably Edexcel)? I haven't got a hope without them :)
Ben — Kingston upon Thames, United Kingdom — 01 Jun 2010 at 16:08:28
Guestbook Editor: A2 Maths, eh? We'll see what we can do...
I love the CGP books! They are a fun and colourful way to learn! I don't see the point in going to school if I've got them - they are a portable tutor! I'm definitely getting more! There's a book for almost every subject! They've helped me settle into secondary school so well! With funny pictures it's a cool way to learn! Thank you CGP! Your books are really cheap - too cheap for the information given! (I'm sure I've made at least 1 spelling mistake!) Oh - can you please make a KS3 PE book with football, hockey, netball etc. rules and positions?!
Me — -, United Kingdom — 01 Jun 2010 at 15:36:02
Help!!!! Please could you make books for Second Language Welsh for KS1 / KS2?
Chip — Swansea, United Kingdom — 01 Jun 2010 at 15:00:37
The maths exercises are brilliant and helped me a lot for my tests...
Rumaysa — Birmingham, United Kingdom — 01 Jun 2010 at 10:59:42