GCSE Revision 101 users,
First up, apologies for the lack of notes for the last few weeks, I understand it’s revision time at the moment and you’re all eager to have the notes back online. The good news is I’ve rewritten the notes for GCSE Science and they’re all up to date for the 2012/13, 2013/14 and 2014/15 syllabuses.
The exciting news is that there is a GCSE Revision 101 app for iPad and Android tablets currently in development, as well as a new website with an interactive book containing the new notes! We will also be releasing revision quiz apps which are available to test your knowledge in each module (those who buy the full app get the quizzes for free, but they are also available as a standalone app).
For the past few months I have been working with a company developing revision apps and a new website to host my notes. The website is currently still undergoing maintenance, but you are free to browse it for the time being, where we have made the Biology B2 unit free to explore as a trial. Please look around to get an idea of what the app and website will give you, and then when we have finished working on the apps and website, we will release all of the modules for purchase, for a very competitive price.
You will need to set up an account: please click on the link below, and then click on “Beta Access” and just create an account (free and takes 2 minutes) and then you can browse the online textbook we’ve made for you. Please let us know your thoughts, and also take advantage of the forum that’s on there for you to ask and answer each other’s revision questions!
Happy browsing and let us know your thoughts, we are aiming to have all modules (including Sciences and Maths) released and the apps available on the iTunes Store and Android’s Google Play Store by the end of March, ready for your revision for Summer exams.
All the best,