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We publish learner guides for some of our most popular subjects. They include useful advice to help you plan your study programme and avoid the most common errors.
The current range of learner guides is being updated. New guides will be available from April 2015.
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Test your knowledge and develop your problem-solving skills with the puzzles and games on these websites:
Caret – for brainteasers and puzzles
Discovery Education – for free resources to make learning fun, including interactive games, videos and virtual labs
Open Door – for study resources for students aged 9 to 17
Bitesize – a BBC website for UK GCSE students where you can find games to give your brain a boost
Factmonster – for quizzes and games
National Geographic Kids – dare to explore
Cambridge Chemistry Challenge – an online competition to help secondary school students think creatively about science
Students often ask us about their exam results and how to replace lost certificates, and so we have put lots of answers to questions like these online. Just go to our help section and enter your question, or search the list of topics. It’s a quick way to find the information you need.
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