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    hi all,
    im doing biology chemistry maths and physics AS currently, and i want to do some on the side learning too.
    i dont want to actually sit an exam to get any qualification but i want to do some psychology, to a high standard. i also wish to learn mandarin and russian, and some higher level german (i am already quite good in german).

    any suggestions what resources i can access (for free) to learn these?

    Coursera www.coursera.org courses are very good and free.

    Psychology: www.coursera.org/courses?query=Psychology

    I don't think they do languages, though.
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    Local colleges often offer languages. If you're not sure, go to a library as they will have leaflets and knowledge to help you. You'll probably have to pay, but if you're not doing a qualification or should be a minimal fee

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