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    No questions asked, yes or no, is there an exam centre for this.
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    I think that's possible or at least it is possible if you are doing CIE...I guess if you check on your board's website you might get more info...
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    (Original post by graham1472)
    No questions asked, yes or no, is there an exam centre for this.
    Yes, lots. Phone around local schools and colleges and ask.
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    (Original post by carnationlilyrose)
    Yes, lots. Phone around local schools and colleges and ask.
    How much per exam module ?
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    (Original post by graham1472)
    How much per exam module ?
    Don't know. All will charge different amounts. Call and ask.
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    (Original post by graham1472)
    No questions asked, yes or no, is there an exam centre for this.
    Yep, it's possible. I self-studied two A Levels so I just asked the exam officer to book me into those exams.
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    (Original post by SecretDuck)
    Yep, it's possible. I self-studied two A Levels so I just asked the exam officer to book me into those exams.
    Cool, was the centre you used a school ? How much did you have to pay ?
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    (Original post by graham1472)
    Cool, was the centre you used a school ? How much did you have to pay ?
    Yep, it was my school and around £50 per subject (or was it per module? - already forgot the cost).
 
 
 
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