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Is Seneca a good resource?

I use it for Business Studies and History
Reply 1
I do use Seneca and overall it seems to be quite helpful, although I have noticed that not every detail from the specification is always covered. I wouldn't use Seneca as my sole source of revision, but I think it is helpful alongside other revision methods
Reply 2
Original post by AmeenahHs
I do use Seneca and overall it seems to be quite helpful, although I have noticed that not every detail from the specification is always covered. I wouldn't use Seneca as my sole source of revision, but I think it is helpful alongside other revision methods


Yes, I am currently making flash cards for crime and punishment and I noticed a lot of laws etc. are missed out so I'll continue to use Seneca and my revision guides.
Reply 3
Original post by propergoodman
Yes, I am currently making flash cards for crime and punishment and I noticed a lot of laws etc. are missed out so I'll continue to use Seneca and my revision guides.


I also do Crime and Punishment (Edexcel History) so if you need any help lmk, I'll see what I can do
Reply 4
Original post by AmeenahHs
I also do Crime and Punishment (Edexcel History) so if you need any help lmk, I'll see what I can do


what other modules do u do?
i also do:

elizabethen england
american west
weimar and nazi germany
Reply 5
Original post by propergoodman
what other modules do u do?
i also do:

elizabethen england
american west
weimar and nazi germany


I do Early Elizabethan England, Superpower Relations and the Cold War, and Weimar and Nazi Germany.
I have all my Germany notes typed up so I can definitely help with that, and I've actually not finished Cold War in school yet, but what I have done so far is typed up too. How are you feeling about the exams?
Reply 6
Original post by propergoodman
I use it for Business Studies and History


I used it for Biology when I studied the International Foundation Year program. It's a really good structured website and programmed in a fine way.

You can try it.
Reply 7
Original post by AmeenahHs
I do Early Elizabethan England, Superpower Relations and the Cold War, and Weimar and Nazi Germany.
I have all my Germany notes typed up so I can definitely help with that, and I've actually not finished Cold War in school yet, but what I have done so far is typed up too. How are you feeling about the exams?


Yes please, could I have the notes? :smile:

I find Weimar and Nazi Germany and Crime and Punishment the easiest
American West - Average
Elizabethan England - Poor
Reply 8
Original post by propergoodman
Yes please, could I have the notes? :smile:

I find Weimar and Nazi Germany and Crime and Punishment the easiest
American West - Average
Elizabethan England - Poor


Sure I'll send over my Germany notes, just send over your email.
What bits of Elizabeth do you struggle with the most, I'll see if I have anything that I could also send
Reply 9
Original post by AmeenahHs
Sure I'll send over my Germany notes, just send over your email.
What bits of Elizabeth do you struggle with the most, I'll see if I have anything that I could also send


I'll PM you with my email :smile:
Reply 10
I did History GCSE, and it wasn't my main source of revision (my textbooks were) but the balance of information and activities helped me to practice recalling content. I very very disappointed to discover that my A Level History course isn't available on Seneca Learning haha
Reply 11
Original post by propergoodman
I use it for Business Studies and History

Heya!
Just as an extra recommendation, if you are looking for more resources then Study Mind has free practice questions you can use :h:

Good luck!
Milena
UCL PFE
Study Mind

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