G-F Practice Book sent to press

We just sent our G-F Practice Book to press.  Big moment: this is the first of our 5 Practice Books to go to press. It’s our only write-in book and, as far as we know, unique in the market.  There are no other dedicated G-F resources around. 

Differentiation is a big part of what we’re trying to achieve with our AQA GCSE series.  We’ve already blogged about our A-A* Practice Book – click here to find out more about the other targeted resources in the series.

Below is a sample spread.  You’ll see that we’ve included:

  • Practice for Functional questions & the new Assessment Objectives
  • Key Points to recap formulae and methods, and
  • Assess Yourself panels in every section so students can track their own progress. 

Click to see pdf version –

G-F Practice Book sample – click to see pdf

Click here to order copies of the G-F Practice Book.  Or click here to order a free Evaluation Pack for the whole AQA series, which includes a copy of the Middle sets Student Book.

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  1. JaneRowell
    March 29, 2010 at 1:16 pm

    I am delighted to hear that there is a book targeting students who might leave school without a grade. I teach a Yr 10 bottom set and find that so many books seem to leave behind the lower ability students. I think the idea of it being a write-in book an added bonums as there is an unwillingness to write out the question. I look forward to viewing the book. Well done

  2. domholdsworth
    March 30, 2010 at 10:36 am

    Thanks for your kind comments! We’ll send you a gratis copy of G-F, so you can have a proper look at it. It went to press last week, so you should receive it end of April or start of May.
    Actually we have a question for you: we pondered long and hard whether to call the book “G to F” or use a title that did not include the grades (for example, “Access” book).
    Do you have a view on this?

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