Can A College Stop You From Taking Exams?? and Private Candidate Help

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JoeMác
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Hello, Can your sixth form stop you from taking exams?? I was doing GCSE German at the start of the year, I had arranged it with a teacher to do the speaking exams and ect. I had been self teaching my self for 30mins every night and 1h on weekends but apparently this is not good enough according to the Head of Languages. I am apparently taking on too much work with 4 AS's and 2 GCSE's well 1 now. I really want to do GCSE German as for the uni I would like to go to ask for a B in a language. What should I do about this??

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I have been teaching my self AQA AS Environmental Studies, I would really like to take this exam but I have no idea how to find a center or how to ask schools eg compose an E-mail. How much do you reckon it would cost to sit AS Environmental Studies?
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Yes, they can withdraw you from the exam which means you can't sit it. Not sure if any of them so however, it's best to speak to them and explain you can do it.

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