Flavia Belham
Chief Scientist @ Seneca Learning
December 11, 2018
GCSE Spanish Revision

Cómo estás? Use the #1 GCSE Spanish revision tool for your upcoming exams. Seneca is the unfair advantage of a million students revising. Combining the best of science and technology, you can say adiós to boring revision guides.

Senior examiners have now taken all exam board specific content and put them in interactive gifs, videos and animations. Not only that, Seneca provides instant feedback on your knowledge showing what sections you should revise more.

GCSE Spanish - Why 600,000 Students Prefer Seneca for Revision

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  • Get instant feedback on your answers
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  • No long and boring texts but gifs, videos and animations instead

How long do you stay concentrated when reading through a Spanish revision guide? The best way to improve your engagement is to have interesting content and knowing your current level of progress. Seneca helps you with both during your revision. It indicates what topic you know well and repeats the other ones automatically until you understand those too. And like the above video displays, it does all this in a very interactive Q&A style course making you learn 2x faster.

Which exam boards?

  • AQA
  • CIE iGCSE
  • Edexcel
  • Edexcel iGCSE

Topics covered?

  • The basics
  • Identity & Culture
  • Areas of Interest
  • Common Tenses
  • Important Verbs
  • Advanced Tenses
  • Extra Grammar

2x faster? That can be right, you must be thinking. So let me explain why your brain memorises more effective when using Seneca.

It all has to do with the smart learning algorithm developed by neuroscientists and engineers. The algorithm contains several important principles for learning and revising such as imagery and spacing.

This means that Seneca repeats topics in several different content formats between a variety of time intervals optimised to trigger your brain in the best way possible.

But that's all fun, why not simply try it out yourself?