Reviews, experiences and complaints
for tests and exams is already a stressful time for students no matter their age nor school grade. Private tutors, extra classes and study sessions can only help so much as learning and preparing for a test or exam is largely an unknown challenge. For those finding maths, Science or English challenging, turning to the Internet for help can bring the success required. To access a wealth of revision courses, educational material, and previous tests to ready for an upcoming exam will better equip a student. But where do you look? What do students do to study smarter? EdPlace is one such company that purports to help students. The only way to tell if that is true and accurate is from customer reviews, feedback and experiences from customers and students of EdPlace.
EdPlace was founded by Will Paterson in 2010. Its offices are based in London, England, and this company is an online teaching platform offering National Curriculum-based content in maths, Science and English by qualified teachers for students aged 5-16. EdPlace also has a desktop interface (its website) and smartphone app for students to engage with more than 3,000 learning resources. This platform’s revision courses feature automated marking and offers learning recommendations to help identify the learning gaps. Their software helps to track and measure students’ progress with insights on exam and test readiness. Teachers are central to the content on the platform: qualified teachers are employed to create relevant and engaging content and to also review the work and output from the students. To motivate students, the platform offers students with badges and rewards as they progress along with the courses and offers learning feedback to help students improve their test results.
Products and Services of EdPlace
The EdPlace website is categorized according to the course work. There are 4 sections, namely GCSE, SATs, 11+ and Revision Tips. The GCSE category includes course work for maths, English Literature, English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Science. For students taking their SATs, they will find revision courses for maths, Reading Comprehension, SPAG and practice papers. Under the 11+ category, students will access courses in maths, English, Verbal Reasoning, Non-Verbal Reasoning, and practice papers. EdPlace’s revision tips section offers guides on GCSEs, SATs and topics on managing exam stress. The app is free to download from Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store. Parents can then create an account according to the needs of their student: a free account; an annual individual account for £99 per year; an annual family account for all the students in their home at £165 per year. These can be activated and paid for in the app and on EdPlace’s website with credit and debit cards.
Compliments, Complaints and Tips about EdPlace
Have you bought an account for your child with EdPlace? What did you think about their revision courses? Did it help your children’s school marks to improve? Did you find any areas where the revision courses were lacking? Did your child struggle to navigate the app or website to access the courses? Did it benefit their learning or was it merely regarded as additional homework by your child? Would you recommend EdPlace to friends and family with children too? We would love to read your customer review with your feedback (positive or negative) and experiences in dealing with this company, its app, and its course material. Please write your customer review so that other customers will know exactly what to expect from EdPlace too.
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Annual Family Package
I have 2 children who are school-going and when I learned about EdPlace I thought that they would help in tutoring my kids without me having to monitor them constantly. However, my kids raised concerns that some questions were marked wrong while they were correct. I checked and my kids were right. The score goes to their score and it feels like they are robbing my kids of their marks. I paid for the annual family package and it is a little disappointing. Other than that, I feel like this would have been a great platform for my kids and other students who want to be tutored.