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    Hi there ppl!

    My names John...I moved to Spain with my parents when i was 9 and did all my schooling in Spain high school etc and the schooling system is totaly diferent over here...Its allways been my dream to become a commercial pilot and noticed that BA do a sponsored course...they ask for 5 GCSEs and 2 A levels witha 70% pass rate...

    I ma having trouble to find a institution that can give me a clear translation of the equivalence of my spanish qualifications compared to the English....so I wondered if its posible to do A level distant learning seing as nobody can give me a clear answer I can just do a bit of studying and try and do some English A leves and that would solv my problem....but of a hard way to do it but its becoming increasingly clear that its the only way to do it...

    CAN ANYONE HELP ME IN THIS=?...i WOULD BE VERY GREATFULL.....
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    Hi there ppl!

    My names John...I moved to Spain with my parents when i was 9 and did all my schooling in Spain high school etc and the schooling system is totaly diferent over here...Its allways been my dream to become a commercial pilot and noticed that BA do a sponsored course...they ask for 5 GCSEs and 2 A levels witha 70% pass rate...

    I ma having trouble to find a institution that can give me a clear translation of the equivalence of my spanish qualifications compared to the English....so I wondered if its posible to do A level distant learning seing as nobody can give me a clear answer I can just do a bit of studying and try and do some English A leves and that would solv my problem....but of a hard way to do it but its becoming increasingly clear that its the only way to do it...

    CAN ANYONE HELP ME IN THIS=?...i WOULD BE VERY GREATFULL.....
    Two A levels is not enough to be honest for those kind of courses, they are very popular so it will only be the worst universities just asking for two A levels, though 70% pass is roughtly a B so thats 200 UCAS points. (seems too low).

    Your best bet would be to do some kind of access course to bridge the gap between your spannish qualifcations and a degree. The access course will allow you to do a degree in the UK.

    You could of course do A levels online but its mostly distance learning colleges that offer these services and they charge a fortune.
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    Yes but that is what I want to know....do you know of any distance learning courses or schools that do that....the cost isnt important...If their is anyway to bridge the gap that would also be a interesting solution...but of course what im looking for is answers...

    1-If anyone knows of any distance learning courses where I could to A-levels online then I would like to know where and how.

    2-If their is a way to bridge the gap from my original spanish qualifications then please tell me how ifyou know of a way.

    I would be most greatfull..thanks!
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    if your asking if you can do the exams online, then the answer is no. but there probably are places you can go to get tutoring online.
 
 
 

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