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Can anyone the best textbooks (preferably from personal experience) for these subjects:

Bio, Phys, Chem: Edexcel
English lang and lit: AQA
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Do you mean recommend??
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Also, is CGP or the Pearson Revise series good for the sciences
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Also, is CGP or the Pearson Revise series good for the sciences
I prefer CGP
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Thank you
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Thank you
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Good luck for your exams :goodluck:
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Can anyone the best textbooks (preferably from personal experience) for these subjects:

Bio, Phys, Chem: Edexcel
English lang and lit: AQA
Use CGP, not only is the information concise and easy to understand, but at the end of every page there's aways a great joke or pop culture reference, which'll be sure to improve your learning experience. They're full of witty banter!
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Use CGP, not only is the information concise and easy to understand, but at the end of every page there's aways a great joke or pop culture reference, which'll be sure to improve your learning experience. They're full of witty banter!
That's why I prefer CGP books :daydreaming:
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Use CGP, not only is the information concise and easy to understand, but at the end of every page there's aways a great joke or pop culture reference, which'll be sure to improve your learning experience. They're full of witty banter!
Haha yh sure!
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english langauge, like maths, requires practice and practice. you only need to remember literary devices, the basics should be avaliable for CGP but textbooks on english language are majorly useless. just do past papers, and predicted papers.english literature however is content heavy in remembering, so you definitely need books for this one. GCP, spark notes, York notes are really good in this field too. I found that York Notes had unnecessary extended commentaries that were not useful for GCSE, but the guide is still good. I personally really like connell notes (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Shakespeare.../dp/1907776044) and i find them more in-depth. universities and a level students recommend them to achieve top grades for gcses. rather then a revision guide, its more commentary based. BUT i'd stick with GCP, york notes, spark etc if you want to be on the safe side.
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