With Bitesize Complete Revision and Practice you get all the help you need to get the results you want. It helps you plan your revision, identify the topics you need to work on most, test and check your progress and sends you reminders to keep you on target. Integrated with the BBC Bitesize website, Bitesize Complete Revision and Practice will help you build the skills and confidence you need for exam success. Use the CD-ROM to jump directly to what you need to revise - quickly and easily. Use the CD-ROM to test yourself and to practise skills interactively. Use the CD-ROM to link directly to more revision on the BBC Bitesize website. Use the CD-ROM on a PC, Mac - or even in the classroom on a Whiteboard. Complete Revision and Practice Guide is a book and CD-ROM that links to the popular BBC website via the CD-ROM. Interactive book - this core content is supported by AudioBites, Exam- Bites, and WebBites linked directly to the BBC Bitesize revision website for saving time. The content on each topic is easy to follow with a summary of ideas to start, highlighted key facts, tips on common mistakes and good answers. A range of short-answer questions complete the topic. The Revision planner - this downloadable interactive calendar helps each student organise their revision and keep them on track. Exam questions and model answers - give the opportunity to practise exam technique and improve performance. Topic checker - this covers key questions on all topics so that students can build up an idea of what they do or dont know, to help them focus on their areas of weakness. Last-minute learner - this condenses the most important facts in a few pages for that final revision.
With Bitesize Complete Revision and Practice you get all the help you need to get the results you want and it is suitable for all examining boards
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