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    I would be looking at taking 9-12 iGCSE's in October and January respectively.

    I have been quoted £90, would anyone consider that expensive and if not, PLEASE tell me the name of a cheaper centre!!

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    (Original post by Damien_Dalgaard)
    I would be looking at taking 9-12 iGCSE's in October and January respectively.

    I have been quoted £90, would anyone consider that expensive and if not, PLEASE tell me the name of a cheaper centre!!

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    Damien
    I can remember looking at a thread quite a bit ago saying that they were in the range of £30-40 and for MFL subjects they were considerably more - personally, I don't know, but when I saw this thread I thought that was very expensive!
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    (Original post by Sulfur)
    I can remember looking at a thread quite a bit ago saying that they were in the range of £30-40 and for MFL subjects they were considerably more - personally, I don't know, but when I saw this thread I thought that was very expensive!
    MFL's are like £250 or something ridic. I thinks its because of the coursework..

    Wow that's a lot cheaper, I think I looked at that too. One of the cheapest centres recommended here have apparently hiked their price up, you wouldn't happen to know the centre, would you?
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    You don't need to make a new thread about private exams every time you find out new information, you can just bump your old threads. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Damien_Dalgaard)
    I would be looking at taking 9-12 iGCSE's in October and January respectively.

    I have been quoted £90, would anyone consider that expensive and if not, PLEASE tell me the name of a cheaper centre!!
    That doesn't sound too bad - CIE charge the centre around £45 an IGCSE so it's not a massive increase.
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    (Original post by yellowcopter)
    You don't need to make a new thread about private exams every time you find out new information, you can just bump your old threads. :rolleyes:
    Yes ma'am.

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    That doesn't sound too bad - CIE charge the centre around £45 an IGCSE so it's not a massive increase.
    Hmmn thanks, I'll still search around - but it seems the cheapest atm
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    (Original post by Damien_Dalgaard)
    MFL's are like £250 or something ridic. I thinks its because of the coursework..

    Wow that's a lot cheaper, I think I looked at that too. One of the cheapest centres recommended here have apparently hiked their price up, you wouldn't happen to know the centre, would you?
    Sorry I don't think that a centre was named, it was just generalised.
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    (Original post by Sulfur)
    Sorry I don't think that a centre was named, it was just generalised.
    Ah no worries, it seems like the cheapest one. Solo guess it will have to do
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    are you going to them at london brookes college
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    have you tried oakheights in london?
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    (Original post by sophiamarni)
    are you going to them at london brookes college
    £150 no freaking way, I'd rather be a dd then pay that much.

    Economics 101 - Supply and Demand, but that is a joke. Centre pocketing £105 min per entrant, **** that bull****.]

    haggyexams officer :facepalm:
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    (Original post by pinejuice)
    have you tried oakheights in london?

    Thanks for the reply, its £100, still cheaper at £90. I've emailed every local centre, and centre which is on the website.
 
 
 
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