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The Knowledge Quiz series is a deviously simple and effective way for students to revise for GCSE subjects.
Put together by subject experts, these easy-to-use books feature tear-out quizzes to help students memorise the large body of knowledge that forms the basis of success in exams.
Rather than just flicking through revision cards expecting things to stick in your memory, self-quizzing allows students to complete multiple copies of the same quiz and keep doing them until you get them right every time.
Each book starts off with easy questions to get you going, followed by more difficult questions to really test you and embed the key knowledge. At the end of each section you’ll find full answers.
This edition will help students to effectively drill the essential facts necessary for success in the GCSE Chemistry exams.
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Quality Price ValueAn honest, super high quality resource. A must for every AL chem student. No need to check accuracy of content because Alex Dawes does know his Chem stuff! Really useful to highlight the specs differences!
Price Value QualityThese are great. I was worried that the format would only test a limited amount of factual recall, but it does a good job of including more complex concepts. My only criticism would be to include an indication of how much detail is expected. Some answers are one word answers, some are three or four sentences. Including a number to indicate the number of marks would help my students write more with the more detailed questions.
Price Value QualityTo be honest, I was worried this would be another resource that starts well but quickly runs out of ideas. NOT THE Case, from start to finish the questions are well written and nicely pitched for retrieval. The answers are suitably detailed also. Great, however it does force you to into buying the biology and physics as you question your pedagogy. Well done