How do I start my distance learning for A2?

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I've already done my AS Sociology and Health & social care and as I suffer with anxiety and depression I've chosen to leave school but still want to finish my a levels as I want to then go to uni. I was wondering how to go about doing distance learning to finish my sociology and health and social care. I have no clue where to start and how to do it and my depression and anxiety make it even harder for me to think about doing something so scary. I would like to know where to do it, in what order and how much it'll be. Please help me out because I feel in such a rut and I have no support or help in doing this.

If it helps, both my sociology and my health & social care AS Levels were with the AQA exam board and I passed both of them so i'm able to do them as an A2.

Thank you, Emily.
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(Original post by vermillionhead)
I've already done my AS Sociology and Health & social care and as I suffer with anxiety and depression I've chosen to leave school but still want to finish my a levels as I want to then go to uni. I was wondering how to go about doing distance learning to finish my sociology and health and social care. I have no clue where to start and how to do it and my depression and anxiety make it even harder for me to think about doing something so scary. I would like to know where to do it, in what order and how much it'll be. Please help me out because I feel in such a rut and I have no support or help in doing this.

If it helps, both my sociology and my health & social care AS Levels were with the AQA exam board and I passed both of them so i'm able to do them as an A2.

Thank you, Emily.
Usually I wouldn't help but I can relate to what you're going through, I dropped out of college for anxiety.. most likely for a completely different reason than yours but wont go into it. Oxford college offer both but unsure about the exam board, possibly email and explain your situation they will most likely be able to adapt to your needs. Failing that have a look on Google for A level providers.
here's the link: http://www.oxfordcollege.ac/courses/a-level-courses

If you need any help PM me, I'll have a bit of a google search later on in the day for you, just finished a nightshift so off to bed for me.
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Usually I wouldn't help but I can relate to what you're going through, I dropped out of college for anxiety.. most likely for a completely different reason than yours but wont go into it. Oxford college offer both but unsure about the exam board, possibly email and explain your situation they will most likely be able to adapt to your needs. Failing that have a look on Google for A level providers.
here's the link: http://www.oxfordcollege.ac/courses/a-level-courses

If you need any help PM me, I'll have a bit of a google search later on in the day for you, just finished a nightshift so off to bed for me.
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Thank you for reply, I'm glad it's not just me going through this. I've had a look at oxford college and it looks really good. I've sent them an email so hopefully they will help me out.
If you ever want to talk i'm here too
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Try ICS and give it ago I am not sure if they do health and social care at a2 but give it ago


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