I attend Cookstown High School in Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Most exams are done on CCEA (including English), while a few are AQA.
My school doesn't offer English A Levels, only English Literature. I really want to do English Language, as I find it a lot easier and worthwhile than Literature.
Would anyone know of any way I could do the English A Level course in my area? Has anyone else faced this problem? I've thought of doing it at another school, but I don't want to resort to this and haven't looked into it yet, and thought I'd ask here before doing so.
(The reason why I can't do it is because neither exam board offers it, as "they didn't think enough people would chose to do it")
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- Thread Starter
- 10-06-2005 18:52