Flavia Belham
Chief Scientist @ Seneca Learning
July 01, 2019
A Level Chemistry Revision

UK's best chemistry revision platform for your 2019 A Level exams. Revise for chemistry using interactive courses created by senior examiners. All you have to know in one place - from Atomic Structures to Alkenes and Polymers. Seneca will help you stay focused by identifying chemistry areas that you already grasp and topics that you should spend more time on.

Why 600,000 students revise for chemistry with Seneca

  • Free to use on mobile, tablet & desktop
  • Get instant feedback on strengths & weaknesses
  • Exam board specific chemistry courses
  • 2x more effective than revision guides
  • Besides chemistry, 250+ other courses freely available

Don't you get bored flipping through chemistry revision guides and have a hard time concentrating for long periods of time? This is caused by traditional study books not being engaging at all. They're almost designed to be boring just adding more to your stress levels.

Seneca went the opposite route. What if we make chemistry more fun with gifs, videos and animations so that you trigger your brain more and are able to stay engaged very long period times. I bet you will surprise yourself.

So the next time that you're planning to tackle your chemistry equations and solve those reactions of benzene then why not give Seneca a try.

Which exam boards?

  • AQA
  • Edexcel
  • OCR A

The real benefit of Seneca is its smart learning algorithm. The platform has been created by neuroscientists and engineers combining the best from two worlds to let students learn more effectively.

What the algorithm does is to identify what questions you answer wrong and repeat that topic in a variety of formats and between predetermined time intervals to trigger your brain. This will make you memorise concepts way more easily.

In fact, they've performed an academic study with 1000+ students showing that you learn 2x faster compared to traditional revision guides when using Seneca. How does that sound to you? Ready to put your chemistry knowledge to the test?