All our courses come with a 3 day free trial, so you can experience it for free before you have to consider buying. You do not need to enter any payment details or credit card information to start a free trial, and will not be charged should you decide that it's not for you!

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After your free trial, you can choose to pay for access until exams of this academic year or next academic year. Alternatively, can break the cost up into 12 weekly payments.

Please visit our pricing pages for more information.

How long do I get access to Up Learn for?

Depending on the subscription plan you choose, you’ll get access to your Up Learn course until 1st August this academic school year, or 1st August of the next one.

If you’re in year 12, the best thing to do is sign up for access until the end of the academic year that you will sit your A Level exams in.

If you’re in year 13, you just need access until this academic school year!

Is it possible to buy Up Learn for more than one subject?

Yes it is!

Our pricing page has the pricing for purchasing Up Learn for your first subject. You will also get £100 off the full price of each additional subscription (excluding weekly plans). The discounted pricing will apply itself automatically once you purchase an additional course. 


Please note that when purchasing two courses at the same time, you will need to checkout paying for the first course, and then checkout a second time for the system to apply the discount to the second course.

If I'm in year 13, do I have to pay for both year 12 and year 13 courses?

If you're in year 13, you just pay for one enrolment, and receive all the year 12 modules for free!

We do not have sibling discounts, and Up Learn costs the same regardless of when you purchase in the year, as we don't want to charge students more for wanting to get started early. However, you do have a personal referral link that can get any friends or family £20 off their course, and we also send you £20 via PayPal as a thank you. You can find you link here.

Our newer courses that are incomplete cost the same as the complete courses because all the content will be available to you in time for the exam.

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