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I have to do online a levels soon due to health reasons and I am wondering, do universities look down upon the online a level students? Also what are online a levels like? Are they harder to do that going to school/ college to do them?
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It's the same qualification so no they won't care, only thing that I could think would be different is who you get your reference from.
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There's no such thing as an online A level. You can study for an A level using an online teaching provider (waste of money), but the A level itself will be the same as those taken by students in schools.
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