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    Hi,

    I'm trying to find a distance-learning course that unis will accept as evidence of recent study. I already have a degree but it is from 2008 so i'm required to take some further study. At a last resort I will do an AS level, but although that is online, I have to find somewhere that will allow me to take the exams, plus its more expensive.

    Some unis have suggested to me taking an OU 15 credit module but as far as I can see these don't seem to exist!

    Anyone any experience in this?

    Thanks, Amy
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    Have the uni specified what qualification they want to see? It would be unusual for them to specify an AS Level - they usually want e.g. A Level or Access to HE. You can study A Levels independently, but you will need to find an exam centre which accepts independent students (which has already been a problem) and I don't believe that Access courses can be done as distance learning. I suspect that the OU is your only option - you could go back to your uni and ask their advice on how to approach that.
 
 
 
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