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On Seneca - I want to get 7-9s in the majority of my GCSEs, but is it worth paying £11.99 a month?


My parents refuse to pay for anything (they say I have to take responsibility :/) so I have pay for it and because I don't want to waste money I want to check that it is worth paying for. Currently, I have a job (paper boy) and I get paid from that so that's how I can afford the cost. But want to check whether its actually worth it because I would rather save the damn money that spend it on some crappy revision tool...
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I also use seneca and it's pretty good. Hmm your parents should be willing to pay because its for the sake of your education, try and convince them. If not then if you can afford it then I would recommend it as it looks good. But generally Seneca itself is already good.
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On Seneca - I want to get 7-9s in the majority of my GCSEs, but is it worth paying £11.99 a month?


My parents refuse to pay for anything (they say I have to take responsibility :/) so I have pay for it and because I don't want to waste money I want to check that it is worth paying for. Currently, I have a job (paper boy) and I get paid from that so that's how I can afford the cost. But want to check whether its actually worth it because I would rather save the damn money that spend it on some crappy revision tool...
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hm i don’t think so. there are many free resources available online, just find past/specimen papers as pdf versions from exam boards, some schools have them online and like websites (maths genie, physics and maths tutor etc.)
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I use Seneca in school and I think its really good if you want to learn faster than reading textbooks
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I wouldn't bother. My friends and I all just use the free version and it seems to be going fine. I don't see the point of paying when the free version is already really good.
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