Students invited to use online homework and revision resource

Students have been invited to use an online homework and revision resource to help boost their learning.

Seneca is a free-to-use revision and homework platform which its officials say they have designed to help make studying more fun. It currently offers more than 250 courses across A Level, GCSE, KS3 and is starting to move into KS2 content. 

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The site covers all exam boards and there is a dedicated team working with senior examiners to continuously expand the courses on offer.

Ruben Portz, from Seneca, said: “Seneca is highly engaging with animations, videos and gifs. This makes it easier for students to focus as well as to stay engaged for longer periods of time.

“Seneca works with top neuroscientists who showed students learn two times faster using Seneca compared to a revision guide.

“Their ground-breaking research involves 1,120 students and was published in the peer-reviews academic journal IMPACT and laid the foundation for Seneca's learning algorithm.

The software is able to identify gaps in learning. All the courses are written by senior examiners and industry experts to ensure quality and matching of the exam board specifications.

“We launched just before the Summer and already have helped more than 500,000 students with their mock exams and homework.”

Visit the website at senecalearning.com to try it for yourself.

Christiana Richardson