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    No GCSEs, no A-levels - but can I get into any good colleges without these? I want to take a BSc in Finance leading up to an MSc (I have the money).

    I don't want to waste time on GCSEs and A-levels - they take forever! But if I do, I want to do this as fast as possible?

    Thanks for taking the time to read this, I'm very grateful for all responses!
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    Have you checked out foundation courses at some universities, im sure you could get onto one of those without A-levels.
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    (Original post by Daniel9998)
    Have you checked out foundation courses at some universities, im sure you could get onto one of those without A-levels.
    Thanks a lot for the reply - still, from the looks of it, this isn't the best way to get an MSc in Finance (if at all!).
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    (Original post by King Scorchy)
    No GCSEs, no A-levels - but can I get into any good colleges without these? I want to take a BSc in Finance leading up to an MSc (I have the money).

    I don't want to waste time on GCSEs and A-levels - they take forever! But if I do, I want to do this as fast as possible?

    Thanks for taking the time to read this, I'm very grateful for all responses!
    Swallow up pride and just get stuck into to doing a distance A-level course or find an access course to do.

    A good access course could get you into the likes of Oxbridge (their mature colleges at least), if you have what it takes.

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