UCAS Reference importanceWatch
So I can do psychology through one service and get learning materials etc and a predicted grade, but I won’t receive a reference which will cost £625 but can be paid in instalments over 12 months
Or I can do it through a more local service which will give me a reference and predicted grade, but no learning resources and that costs £755, however I’m not sure if that can be paid in instalments.
No matter which one I choose I will also be using a service called Uplearn which guarantees an A or A* or your money back with 98% who complete the course achieving that, and they satiate they have resources which cover exams, content etc and have many who learn just through that.
Ultimately what I’m wondering is am I better off going for the service which provides a reference? And if I went for the one that didn’t give me a reference, how detrimental would this be for me? I will be getting references from my old school also for my other two subjects and from my tutor. I want to to study law at a Russell group University if this helps
Your question is confusing - you ask whether you're better off going for the "service which provides a reference", but then you go on to say that you will be getting references from your old school? So you are getting a reference either way? What is this reference service you're referring to that's different from the reference your old school will be giving you?