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Seeking teacher feedback, new App for iPhone/iPad, GCSE Science Revision Guide

Discussion in 'Science' started by GCSEapps, Apr 8, 2012.

  1. This week we have launched our first App, a complete revision guide for AQA, OCR (21st Century Science) and Edexcel GCSE Science 'A' courses. It covers all of the B1, P1, and C1 specifications for these awarding bodies, through concise study units and structured practice questions with sample answers.


    We are interested in teacher and student feedback on this first version. We are offering 3 free copies (through promo codes) to the first 10 GCSE Science teachers who get in touch and would be willing to review the App with a couple of their students. We would ask for a short feedback report (150 words or so) regarding the App's strengths and weaknesses.

    This first version works both on iPhone and iPad:


    http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/gcse-science-a-revision-guide/id504132896?mt=8


    It will be launched in the Android Market by mid-April.


    For further details please contact us through info@gcseapps.com or the contact form on our web site:


    http://www.gcseapps.com
     
  2. This week we have launched our first App, a complete revision guide for AQA, OCR (21st Century Science) and Edexcel GCSE Science 'A' courses. It covers all of the B1, P1, and C1 specifications for these awarding bodies, through concise study units and structured practice questions with sample answers.


    We are interested in teacher and student feedback on this first version. We are offering 3 free copies (through promo codes) to the first 10 GCSE Science teachers who get in touch and would be willing to review the App with a couple of their students. We would ask for a short feedback report (150 words or so) regarding the App's strengths and weaknesses.

    This first version works both on iPhone and iPad:


    http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/gcse-science-a-revision-guide/id504132896?mt=8


    It will be launched in the Android Market by mid-April.


    For further details please contact us through info@gcseapps.com or the contact form on our web site:


    http://www.gcseapps.com
     
  3. biscuitcrumbs

    biscuitcrumbs New commenter

    Hi

    I too would love to trial this app! Our school is just about to roll out iPads to all students so could also be extremely beneficial to them!

    Cheers
    Darren
     

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