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    Hey does anyone know any colleges in London that offer Intensive A level courses? So far the only one i know of is Westminster City College

    thanks
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    Bellerbys i think .
    You can find them on google !
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    MPW
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    Abbey College
    Ashbourne College
    Bellerbys College
    DLD college
    Duff Miller
    Kingston College
    etc .....
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    Lansdowne
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    I'm intruiged, could someone quote me explaining what an 'intensive A level college' is please? Thanks
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    (Original post by shahedul)
    I'm intrigued, could someone quote me explaining what an 'intensive A level college' is please? Thanks
    it is when instead of doing A-levels in 2 years you do them in one.
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    (Original post by p+i+n+k)
    it is when instead of doing A-levels in 2 years you do them in one.
    Oh Okay. WOW! That sounds pretty tough! I'm doing Maths A level in one year but to do all 4/5!? I'm assuming there's a huuge advantage in doing this?
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    (Original post by shahedul)
    Oh Okay. WOW! That sounds pretty tough! I'm doing Maths A level in one year but to do all 4/5!? I'm assuming there's a huuge advantage in doing this?
    I am doing it but thats because i have already done American grade 11 (year12) so i didn't feel like repeating.
    How are you studying math, on your own? S, M or D ?
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    (Original post by p+i+n+k)
    I am doing it but thats because i have already done American grade 11 (year12) so i didn't feel like repeating.
    How are you studying math, on your own? S, M or D ?
    I'm doing C1,C2 and M1 in Jan and C3,C4 and S1 in Summer,so... yeah, lots to look forward to! Lol :P C2 is so ridiculously close I'm scared lol. C1 is a peice of piss and I can handle M1 well enough.
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    Wow thanks everyone for the replies, i will check those colleges out in a min. I know it maybe too late but i have heard that you can complete a full alevel in a year and i was wondering if maybe i could complete two full alevels in a year as i am on a gap year atm
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    Ealing Independent College. top notch place. And my advice is coming from experience. I went there and did my GCSE's. year after year we suceed there. just read the website. stories there will interest you. You must pay to study there. but they offer scolarships too. so you need not pay.
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    (Original post by rurounikenji)
    Wow thanks everyone for the replies, i will check those colleges out in a min. I know it maybe too late but i have heard that you can complete a full alevel in a year and i was wondering if maybe i could complete two full alevels in a year as i am on a gap year atm
    some schools also offer a 18 months a-level.
    That is you start now in January which will be way better than just a year
 
 
 
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