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    I'm looking to do French A2 Edexcel...
    i've looked at ICS and NEC and they do different boards so can anyone tell me other good companies for distance learning courses?
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    Hi!

    I've done a couple of GCSEs through NEC, and I have to say it was fantastic! I did them through a scheme at my local college, where you are provided with packs from the NEC, but your assignments are marked by the college, and you are guaranteed a place for sitting the exams. It's also much cheaper than going through a distance learning company directly. AS levels through the college NEC programme cost about £150, while it can be up to £250 if you go with just the distance learning provider.

    My advice would be to log on at the forum on the NEC website and see what their A level students say.

    My experience has been good
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    I've just done AS Law via Distance Learning (at school). The company was Moorhouse Black which uses the WJEC exam board (for Law anyway).
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    (Original post by wippa_dippa)
    Hi!

    I've done a couple of GCSEs through NEC, and I have to say it was fantastic! I did them through a scheme at my local college, where you are provided with packs from the NEC, but your assignments are marked by the college, and you are guaranteed a place for sitting the exams. It's also much cheaper than going through a distance learning company directly. AS levels through the college NEC programme cost about £150, while it can be up to £250 if you go with just the distance learning provider.

    My advice would be to log on at the forum on the NEC website and see what their A level students say.

    My experience has been good
    I did all my GCSEs through NEC - they're really good. I had a tutor for each subject to whom I sent assignments for marking and feedback, but you have to be very organised as you'll need to plan all your time for yourself.
 
 
 
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