Anyone used Seneca Learning for A Levels?

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I used Seneca for my GCSEs and it worked really well, but obviously A Level goes into a lot more detail and there’s much more content, so I was wondering if anyone used Seneca for their A Level exams, and if so did it help?
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I used Seneca for my GCSEs and it worked really well, but obviously A Level goes into a lot more detail and there’s much more content, so I was wondering if anyone used Seneca for their A Level exams, and if so did it help?
Hi! I did my A-levels a few months ago. I did Biology, Chemistry and Statistics. I used Seneca for Chemistry and Biology.

As you said, A-level goes into way more detail than Seneca does so I would recommend using it only to consolidate your knowledge. I wouldn't try to learn any content that you haven't already covered (somewhat). For my A-levels, I only used it near the exam season for topics I was a bit iffy on (e.g the cycles in Bio). It puts the info you need in a straight-forward way and kind of recaps everything.

It doesn't have nearly enough detail needed for A-levels but is good to provide overviews of topics.

Hope this helps : )
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Hi! I did my A-levels a few months ago. I did Biology, Chemistry and Statistics. I used Seneca for Chemistry and Biology.

As you said, A-level goes into way more detail than Seneca does so I would recommend using it only to consolidate your knowledge. I wouldn't try to learn any content that you haven't already covered (somewhat). For my A-levels, I only used it near the exam season for topics I was a bit iffy on (e.g the cycles in Bio). It puts the info you need in a straight-forward way and kind of recaps everything.

It doesn't have nearly enough detail needed for A-levels but is good to provide overviews of topics.

Hope this helps : )
It’s good to hear from someone who’s used it themselves, thanks for the advice!
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