Tailored to the new AQA Science syllabus, this "GCSE Higher Level Additional Science Workbook" contains loads of great questions to test their knowledge. There's a wide variety of question types, from short-answer questions to graphs and mini-essays, to give the best possible practice. It's great for use throughout the course or for final exam revision. This book is Higher Level, so it contains practice at all the material needed for a top GCSE grade. All AQA Additional Science units are covered in this book - Life Processes, Enzymes and Homeostasis, Genetics, Bonding and Reactions, Rates of Reaction, Using Ions in Solution, Forces and Motion, Electricity and the Atom. (Answer book available separately.)
Thank you for visiting CREATESPACE, a publishing division of Amazon.com! This particular book was written to help homeowners successfully navigate the somewhat murky waters of hiring contractors for their home improvements. During challenging economic times , there is an even greater risk of unscrupulous tactics to mislead homeowners to sign contracts that over promise and under deliver. This book will give you practical suggestions on how to protect yourself, how to find quality contractors, how to lower the cost of any project, how to manage the process and how to achieve the quality results you want in the first place. Getting high quality work done for reasonable prices is precisely how to add real value to your home and avoid headaches. This book is written by a successful general contractor and will help you approach any sized project like a pro. Today, more than ever, your money needs to go as far as it can. This may seem like a daunting concept, if you're not a veteran construction "insider." We'll explore the "insider's" perspective of successful General Contracting and dispel any mysteries about it in a hurry in practical language that any homeowner can easily understand. We'll cover exactly how to:* Size up a project* Estimate a realistic budget* Understand exactly how to hire only the best subcontractors* How to negotiate the best price with those subcontractors* How to manage them* How to pay them * How to keep everything effectively on trackChapters include: Preface A note from the author1 Should you trust a General Contractor?2 What does a competent GC do and why should I think like one?3 How much do things really cost? 4 I have a project in mind. Where do I start?5 How do I find the right subcontractors in terms of competence and price?6 How should I pay the subcontractors?7 What is the typical chronology of the construction process? 8 How do I estimate the time to do the whole job?9 How do I check the quality of the work? 10 What are some issues to be aware of when making finish selections? 11 What about appliances? 12 What if I just want to hire a General Contractor? How do I pick the right one and not get taken for a ride?13 What are some common mistakes to avoid on the road to achieving excellence?We'll also discuss how to protect your project from going over budget and the critical decisions that need to be made prior to even starting which so many people overlook, to their peril. In the end, you'll be ready to manage your own project, or if you choose, hire the very best General Contractor. You'll have a much more informed perspective of what a good General Contractor does in any successful renovation or new construction project and be able to easily distinguish the competent ones from the rest.
Matched to the AQA Additional Applied Science specification, this Revision Guide is ideal for Foundation Level students (grades C-G). There are simple diagrams and crystal-clear explanations to make every topic as easy-to-understand as possible - including advice on how to approach exam questions and the controlled assessment. A matching Workbook is also available (9781847628855).
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