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I'm planning to do triple science for GCSE, my exam board's Edexcel. Do you have any suggestions of what revision guides/workbooks would be useful for information (knowledge)?
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CGP books are always a good buy.
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CGP books are always a good buy.
Could you send the pics of books or names if cgp books
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So for example for GCSE Biology, you can get the following CGP products: (NOTE: THE FOLLOWING ARE AVAILABLE IN EDEXCEL TOO, I'M JUST USING AQA AS AN EXAMPLE )

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Biology-Com...s%2C171&sr=8-1 - A revision guide (Good before a test)

https://www.amazon.co.uk/New-Grade-9...s%2C171&sr=8-4 - Question book (Highly recommended to use in conjunction with the revision guide)

https://www.amazon.co.uk/New-Grade-9...s%2C171&sr=8-8 - textbook

https://www.amazon.co.uk/GCSE-Biolog...%2C171&sr=8-13 - revision cards

Obviously, you don't need them all, but go with what you think you'd need. Hope this helped.
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I'm planning to do triple science for GCSE, my exam board's Edexcel. Do you have any suggestions of what revision guides/workbooks would be useful for information (knowledge)?
There’s a lot of free things that are better. Try physicsmathstutor as they have free summaries and notes on the modules as well as every last paper and examiner mark schemes. Seneca is good too as you learn and they quiz you at the same time, and you can upgrade to pay to get even more courses including courses to do right before exams. I got a 9 in biology (straight 8s and 9s in all my subjects) and didn’t use a CGP guide for anything. I found them actually pretty confusing and not well put together. Others swear by them though. But I normally found them too easy. If you’re aiming for a 7 or below they’ll probably be fine, but if you want anything higher maybe try something else. They often miss content or oversummarise.
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