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    I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction in finding a long distance learning Spanish A Level course?

    I already have a GCSE in the language, and have been trawling the internet for possibilites of doing a long distance/self-teach course for the A Level version. (My local college doesn't do it).

    I've found the Oxford open learning college, but was wondering if anyone has heard of them before? Or completed a course with them?

    I've also heard of people self-teaching themselves the syllabus, and then putting themselves in for the exams at local college/exam centre. Could I do that with Spanish?
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    i go to school and end up teaching myself all my subjets anyway cuz the teachers are crap. all you need is a textbook which you can easily get of amazon.com - and for exam preparation just get papers from the exam board website.
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    you just need a revision guide or something.
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    What if the syllabus includes coursework? How would I go about getting that marked? or would I send it off to the examboard?

    Also, how would I go about entering myself for exams? Through the examboard's websites I'm guessing?
 
 
 
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