English ISEB A Revision Guide for Common Entrance by Susan Elkin


English ISEB A Revision Guide for Common Entrance by Susan Elkin

This new, second edition of the bestselling English ISEB Revision Guide is essential reading for pupils working towards English Common Entrance or other entrance exams at 13+. It is fully updated for the 2013 Common Entrance syllabus to ensure pupils are revising with the most up-to-date material and exam techniques. 'Top Tips' and practical guidance on how to achieve top grades in the exams are included, as well as 'Test Yourself' questions to help pupils identify areas that need further study. - Endorsed by ISEB - Fully updated for the 2013 Common Entrance syllabus - Practical guidance on improving written answers and exam technique - Helps pupils to secure top grades in 13+ English Common Entrance exams - Includes advice on creative writing and how to write for practical purposes - Features 'Test Yourself' questions, practice exercises and guidance to test pupils' understanding Suitable for ISEB 13+ English exams from Autumn 2013 onwards.

About the Author

Susan Elkin M.A., B.A. (Hons.), Cert. Ed. is an award-winning journalist who has taught English over many years in five different secondary schools, both state and independent, most recently at Benenden. She is the author of over 30 books including So you really want to learn English Books 1, 2 and 3, English Year 9 and English A* Study Guide, all published by Galore Park. She has been a regular contributor to many newspapers and magazines including The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail, and she is Education and Training Editor at The Stage and writes blogs for The Independent.

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104 pages


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Publication date

12th July 2013



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