Is Seneca good for A level?

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Some people said it misses out some bits so I shoudn't use it alone. Is that true?
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Yeah, it definitely misses out some bits of some of my courses like Sociology and Politics, but for others it’s great! I use it for geography and it’s got pretty much everything on there, but I do use other things as well!
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Some people said it misses out some bits so I shoudn't use it alone. Is that true?
It definitely misses stuff, even at GCSE level. I would say use it, but not as your primary form of revision. Another thing, make sure you have the spec to hand so you can see whats being skipped so you can go over it later.
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Yeah, it definitely misses out some bits of some of my courses like Sociology and Politics, but for others it’s great! I use it for geography and it’s got pretty much everything on there, but I do use other things as well!
Ok, I will try using it but I think its best to use the textbook most of the time. I do sociology as well, does it test you on studies as well?
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It definitely misses stuff, even at GCSE level. I would say use it, but not as your primary form of revision. Another thing, make sure you have the spec to hand so you can see whats being skipped so you can go over it later.
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i seriously thought that this was about the great Roman thinker....

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Ok, I will try using it but I think its best to use the textbook most of the time. I do sociology as well, does it test you on studies as well?
Yeah it tests you on like actual sociologists too
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Hi. I am thinking of use Seneca for my A-levels. Does anyone have the premium version? I was just wondering if it really does benefit anymore than the free version - it is quite cheap, when compared to Snaprevise.
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Hi. I am thinking of use Seneca for my A-levels. Does anyone have the premium version? I was just wondering if it really does benefit anymore than the free version - it is quite cheap, when compared to Snaprevise.
Hiya, I have premium and it’s definitely beneficial. Especially in exam season, pre-exam “hyper” classes can be very helpful at giving you a quick refresh.
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Hiya, I have premium and it’s definitely beneficial. Especially in exam season, pre-exam “hyper” classes can be very helpful at giving you a quick refresh.
does the premium contain more videos and content or is it just stuff like revising past papers?
Because i have other resources for the questions in a level biology so i'm fine with just having the free version if it contains all the content i need anyways.
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