GCSE Religious Studies Christianity - Beliefs and Values Flash Revise Pocketbook by Sarah K. Tyler, Gordon Reid
  

GCSE Religious Studies Christianity - Beliefs and Values Flash Revise Pocketbook

Written by Sarah K. Tyler, Gordon Reid
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GCSE Religious Studies Christianity - Beliefs and Values Flash Revise Pocketbook by Sarah K. Tyler, Gordon Reid

Flash Revise Pocketbooks are ideal for quick revision. Written by a subject expert for instant revision of key topics to help you achieve the very best grades, they provide over 300 quick-fire questions and answers with exam tips. With content organised in easy-to-follow sections, Flash Revise Pocketbooks are the answer to instant revision anytime, anywhere! Flash Revise your subject now! 1. Answer the question 2. Flick and check you've got it right 3. Make sure you read the exam tip ...and then why not test your friends?

About the Author

Sarah K. Tyler is a Principal Examiner for Religious Studies and Head of Religious Studies at Mander Portman Woodward in London.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
204 pages

Author

Sarah K. Tyler, Gordon Reid
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Publisher

Philip Allan Updates an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

25th September 2009

ISBN

9781444101805


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