Teenage author helps students achieve top GCSE results

Published: Fri Mar 05 2010

At 16 years of age, teenage author Robert Blakey has written and published his debut book, aimed at helping GCSE students achieve their academic potential.

Within 6 months, dream has turned into reality as his ambition to write a book has come true. As a student of Solihull School, Robert saw this as an exciting project to spend his time on during his long summer holiday in-between finishing his GCSE exams and starting his A-level courses.

Robert came up with the idea to write a unique book about GCSE exam preparation after finding little information already available for students on how to study, compared to the many revision guides on what to study. Written from the perspective of a teenager who has achieved 10 A* grades (4 with a score of 100%) in his GCSEs, the book shares practical tips on exam and revision technique, including specific subject advice.

The book, which is called 'How to Achieve 100% in a GCSE', is now available for sale via online bookstores such as Amazon (www.Amazon.co.uk).

Commenting on the book, Lorna Read, Editor at Writing Ltd., said "What a fantastic book. A truly great idea. I wish the book had been around years ago when I was doing my O and A levels. Rob makes some excellent points and the book is full of good sense."

For more information refer to the product webpage at http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1445202778
or the book's website at http://www.howtoachieve.webs.com
Contact Name: Robert Blakey
Contact Email: blakrob@hotmail.co.uk
Contact Phone: 01564 829 135

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