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

Are you ready for your 2019 A Level Economics exam? Let the #1 Free Revision tool help you prepare for economics with questions, instant feedback, videos and animations. Macro-economy, micro-economy and business behaviour - Seneca got it all covered. Free economics revision courses created by senior examiners.

Seneca helps you identify your strengths and weaknesses on the go and let's you focus on the areas that need improvement. See why close to a million students use Seneca already.

Why 600,000 students revise for economics with Seneca

  • Learn 2x faster
  • Get instant knowledge scores
  • Identify your strengths and weakness
  • Stay engaged longer with fun gifs & animations
  • Be prepared with exam board specific content
  • Quality ensured by senior examiners
  • Use for more than just economics

A Level Economics Revision Courses

Aren't you getting bored flipping through these long economics revision guides? Most students have a hard time concentrating on something that is not engaging at all. This is why you should try Seneca. By using gifs, videos and animations you will stay engaged much longer and be able to revise more easily.

So plan to use Seneca for your next economics revision session. Whether you want to revise market structures, business objective or national income - test your knowledge on Seneca.

Which exam boards?

  • AQA
  • Edexcel A
  • OCR

The real benefit you'll have of revising on Seneca is that you're able to learn 2x faster. The platform has been created by engineers and neuroscientists combining the best of tech and science into one smart learning algorithm. This is the unfair advantage you will have over economics students that are only using revision guides.

The learning algorithm is able to identify the areas that you need to improve on. It will then automatically repeat these economics sections in a variety of question formats and between predetermined time intervals. This triggers your brain the most effective and is based on neuroscience principles such as imagery and spacing.

So whether you're 6 months or 6 hours before your economics exam. Going through the revision course will give you an edge over other students. What do you think? Ready to see your economics knowledge score?