I m afraid I don't. I d suggest maybe if you pick ones without coursework then you could just pay the exam centre to sit them rather than needing a distance learning provider?(Original post by xDivax90x)
Thank you very much.
You don't happen to know any decent distance learning providers for GCSEs do you? Because college only offer the 3 so I'd want to study another 3. So I'd have 6 GCSEs 1 as a back up in case I don't pass or get a lower mark on one of them.
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- 07-09-2015 21:37
I m afraid I don't. I d suggest maybe if you pick ones without coursework then you could just pay the exam centre to sit them rather than needing a distance learning provider?
(Original post by xDivax90x)
- 11-09-2015 06:14
Thanks for the support everyone I appreciate it
I'm doing Maths, English and Science GCSE at my local college does any one have advice on whether I should study an access course this year alongside my 3 GCSEs or study 5 GCSEs this year and study my access course next year?
There was another option before where the Access courses use to include English and Maths but the examining boards have pretty much phased this out (annoyingly) lol
Either way Good luck in whatever you decide to do.. (sorry if you have already decided) I didn't scroll down to read the rest of the comments before replying lol Remember to work hard and that you can do it! An just think before you know it you will be on your course at uni with this stage of things nothing but a distant memory. All the best