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could you please tell me what is the best distance learning web site for a levels, and why?

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not answer anyone???
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Which A Levels? examsolutions.net is great for maths tutorials - it even breaks them down by exam board.

Khan Academy is good for maths and sciences, but is not geared up specifically for A Levels - still useful though, if you know what topic you are looking for.
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When I was looking into distance learning options to get into uni, I found that an Access course was a better way than A levels (it is equivalent to 3 A levels). This is because you will need to pay for separate A level courses, and then also organise and pay to sit exams with the awarding bodies. An Access to HE course is all dealt with through the college. I used Distance Learning Centre, who I recommend highly. http://www.distancelearningcentre.com
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I used ICS for IGCSE English, there was full tutor support and advice numbers available as well as a forum and Facebook page.
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Hi
I used NEC - national extension college for Biology A level last year.
https://www.nec.ac.uk

Found it excellent. You are assigned a tutor that you can contact any time, submit assignments to and get feedback from. They also helped me with my coursework.
They have centers around the UK where you can sit your exams, so if you live close by to one it works very well, otherwise you have to arrange to sit exams at a local school.
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Hi, how did you go about sorting out the A level exam? This has always confused me.
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I 2nd NEC, really impressed with their materials. More thorough than any text book on the market.

NEC do help with exams but found their fees quite steep & locations very sparse. Was able to source a cheaper exam centre locally, just called the exam board & they sent me a list of centres in my area.
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