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You are never too old to learn something new, but you do not always have the ability to visit a physical classroom or even sit down and dive into a collage book. So what can you do? One of the online educational systems that offers a different alternative is Audiopi. But what kind of learning do they offer? Will the quality of their podcasts be good enough to understand everything? What will this course entail? How does this way of learning work exactly?  And what kind of student counselling can you expect from their teachers and tutors? And how will their customer service respond to technical difficulties? The best way to figure that out is by reading customer reviews that real students of Audiopi left here on BritainReviews. That is an unbiased way to gain some insight on Audiopi and how they really work, so you can think for yourself if it might work for you too.

About Audiopi
 Audiopi is an online institute. They teach by means of audio tutorials and educational podcasts. These podcasts and audio tutorials provide additional detail and information on a subject that you are learning about  in your regular course curriculum. That way you as a student can listen to these podcasts and learn from them whenever and wherever you are. No need for any physical classrooms that keep you sitting in one place the whole time. The podcasts can also be used as a kind of resource materials and, in that way, help you with your coursework or provide sources for your academic essays. The subjects that they cover vary from history A Level and History GCSE to English Literature A level, English Literature GCSE and also some on science. But they aim to offer podcasts on all For schools, they have already added physics, religious studies, general election and biology GCSE.

Services of Audiopi
Audiopi sells the podcasts and audio tutorials in two ways. You can purchase them as an individual, but they can also be purchased by a teacher of school for a whole class or even school at once. You, as an individual, can buy separate models, but also subscribe to all the turorials. This subscription only costs £5 a month. For schools, they offer special school subscriptions suited for multiple users. And if you wish to contact Audiopi, you can do that via the information on their contact page.

Complaints, Compliments and Tips for Audiopi
Are you already subscribed to Audiopi or ever tried one of their modules? In both cases, we want to know all you have to say about this educational institute. How clear is the sound of their podcasts? Are they easy enough to understand and follow? What is your opinion on the voice of the speaker? Does he speak too fast or too slow? Does she mumble or speak to loud? How does their subscriptions work? And what kind of customer service do they offer? Please leave your own review and tell us all about it.

Can you really learn something from podcasts? Read customer reviews about Audiopi and their audio tutorials for A Level and GCSE curriculum courses