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For me, CGP books were the biggest help of all the tools I used. In year 10 I thought that I wouldn't have to take GCSE's due to personal circumstances, so I did not work as hard as I should've done. However, when I realised that I would have to take them, using the CGP guides and exam question books helped me massively, going from grade 4s to 8s in certain subjects. So, if you do not like the lay out of the website, perhaps CGP books and additional 'youtube revision' (watching videos made by people like 'primrosekitten' and 'freesciencelessons') would help! I hope that this was helpful and that your situation improves! Good luck.
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For me, CGP books were the biggest help of all the tools I used. In year 10 I thought that I wouldn't have to take GCSE's due to personal circumstances, so I did not work as hard as I should've done. However, when I realised that I would have to take them, using the CGP guides and exam question books helped me massively, going from grade 4s to 8s in certain subjects. So, if you do not like the lay out of the website, perhaps CGP books and additional 'youtube' revision (watching videos made by people like 'primrosekitten' and 'freesciencelessons') would help! I hope that this was helpful and that your situation improves! Good luck.
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