Let your BlackBerry help build your future with free GCSE apps for UK teenagers

By James Richardson on 21 Oct 2012 03:38 pm EDT
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As the majority of teenagers in the UK are on team BlackBerry this post may well change the way your future turns out if you are between the ages of 14-16 years.

If you are studying for your GCSE exams then your BlackBerry can now to assist you in improving your science results. SmartStudy Ltd have released a selection of free GCSE science wordbook apps which not only include a huge amount of content for you to swat up on, but each section also contains a test. The tests all comprise of a number of questions with three possible answers to choose from - and with a timer running on each, the pressure is on. 

I have been using the GCSE Biology Wordbook app and it just goes to prove how long ago it was that I did my GCSE's - I'm not great at the tests! SmartStudy Ltd have made a total of ten apps available in App World (some AQA Spec and some Edexcel) and they include the following subjects: Science, Chemistry, Biology & Physics.

    Requirements of the app include:

    • WiFi required to download our content
    • BlackBerry® OS v 6 or higher
    • BBM 6.1 or higher
    • 100MB min of unused and available memory on SD card
    More Information/Download the SmartStudy GCSE apps for BlackBerry smartphones

    Reader comments

    Let your BlackBerry help build your future with free GCSE apps for UK teenagers

    5 Comments

    You couldn't be more wrong. The current GCSE will be phased out in 2017 and replaced with a newer harder GCSE.

    As a UK Science teacher I have checked out the AQA apps (the board I teach). I like them and will be telling my pupils about them. For free I think they are a good revision resource and I like the idea of BBM connectivity. Plenty of the pupils have BlackBerry's so I'm thinking the apps should prove popular.

    They're actually going to be more like O Levels and be called the English Bachelorette, they won't be like harder GCSE's because they will only take one test.