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    Hi everyone, I'm a foreigner student and I wanted to ask people who took Science A Levels like Biology, Physics or Chemistry if their practical parts are difficult. I would like to study those subjects online but what stops me are practical exams cause I have no idea how they are and if they're easy enough for me to learn them by watching YouTube videos etc, or if I absolutely need a course in the UK. Thank you for your help


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    (Original post by annac7)
    Hi everyone, I'm a foreigner student and I wanted to ask people who took Science A Levels like Biology, Physics or Chemistry if their practical parts are difficult. I would like to study those subjects online but what stops me are practical exams cause I have no idea how they are and if they're easy enough for me to learn them by watching YouTube videos etc, or if I absolutely need a course in the UK. Thank you for your help


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    You are able to sit International A levels which do not require you to sit any practical exams.

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    I read about Cambridge and edexcel international a levels but in both manuals there are units 3 and 6 that are about practicals just as the normal a levels so I don't get the difference


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