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    I would also like to ask the same question. Has anyone use it before, if so was it useful?
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    I would say it's good in the sense that it is 'literally like having all your smart friends give you their written revision notes while you write yours' -- you can find the small aspects of the course a revision guide/your exercise book may have missed (its often these little aspects that make the difference between A/A*).

    Although it would be better if everything was typed up (neater), for several subjects they have multiple sets of notes from multiple students so you can hopefully guarantee one part of the notes being slightly unreadable from one guy wont mean you'll miss something.

    Also as it's in development (i.e. they are uploading more subjects and candidates) its cheap to buy now. -- much cheaper than chemsheets etc for the range of subjects
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    (Original post by A*A*A*man)
    I would also like to ask the same question. Has anyone use it before, if so was it useful?
    I would say it's good in the sense that it is 'literally like having all your smart friends give you their written revision notes while you write yours' -- you can find the small aspects of the course a revision guide/your exercise book may have missed (its often these little aspects that make the difference between A/A*).

    Although it would be better if everything was typed up (neater), for several subjects they have multiple sets of notes from multiple students so you can hopefully guarantee one part of the notes being slightly unreadable from one guy wont mean you'll miss something.

    Also as it's in development (i.e. they are uploading more subjects and candidates) its cheap to buy now. -- much cheaper than chemsheets etc for the range of subjects
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    (Original post by alexgower)
    I would say it's good in the sense that it is 'literally like having all your smart friends give you their written revision notes while you write yours' -- you can find the small aspects of the course a revision guide/your exercise book may have missed (its often these little aspects that make the difference between A/A*).

    Although it would be better if everything was typed up (neater), for several subjects they have multiple sets of notes from multiple students so you can hopefully guarantee one part of the notes being slightly unreadable from one guy wont mean you'll miss something.

    Also as it's in development (i.e. they are uploading more subjects and candidates) its cheap to buy now. -- much cheaper than chemsheets etc for the range of subjects
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