At the moment I am an apprentice in the law field, and I've decided I want to go back to college.
I only have 3 GCSEs, English Language - C, English Literature - C, Spanish - B.
I want to go back to college and do maths and triple science GCSEs. Then i want to move onto do 3 A Levels is this is possible - biology, chemistry and psychology.
I then want to move onto University to do something in the sciences. I'm really interested in forensic science.
Is it possible for me, as I will be 19 a month today, to return to college this september? can I get a grant? i cannot afford to do this really, but it's what I really want to do.
Can I do my GCSEs, A levels AND go to uni as a mature student? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 22-01-2015 10:59
- 22-01-2015 17:10
GCSE Maths is free for anyone who doesn't already have it at grade C. I *think* you'll only be able to do the science GCSEs if you pay or you're unemployed and claiming benefits. A-Levels (or alternative courses like Access) should be free based on level 3 entitlement.