Advantages bright, colourful, simplistic
Disadvantages Lacks indepth detail for Alevel study
|Type of Book||Mixture Theory & Examples|
|Quality of Text||Average|
|Logical Layout?||Perfect structure|
|Level of Difficulty||Simple|
CGP are known for their line of light hearted revision guides.Ranging from primary school all the way to college Alevel study.I used CGP for my GCSEs two years ago and for that purpose they were absolutley fine, however i used them for chemistry and biology at AS level and they simply did not suffice. While they were great for gaining a basic view of topics and a basic understanding they lacked depth and detail needed to achieve anything above a C. These are great for a last minute read as they do explain concepts in a way which are understanable. Unlike some textbooks they dont contain any real examples or practise questions.
CGP do a range of books
KS1: Maths, Science & English
KS3: Maths, Science, English, Technology, Humanities & LanguagesGCSE: Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics,Core Science, Additional Science, Applied Science, Double award science, English, Technology, Humanities, Languages. Buisness Studies, Statistics, Child Development, Citizenship, Music, PE, PSHE
AS Level: Maths, Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics), English, ICT, Humanities, Sociology, Buisness Studies, Psychology & Critical ThinkingA2 Level: Maths, Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics), English, Sociology, Buisness Studies, & Psychology.
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