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has anyone been offered a masters place then been told they need a functional skills level 2 qualification before they can start in September? Where is the fastest and easiest way to get it? I will need to pass it before starting in September this year.
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has anyone been offered a masters place then been told they need a functional skills level 2 qualification before they can start in September? Where is the fastest and easiest way to get it? I will need to pass it before starting in September this year.
I believe you have to study it through a college and it will take at least 12 weeks to study so i dont believe its realistic to get it before september.
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I believe you have to study it through a college and it will take at least 12 weeks to study so i dont believe its realistic to get it before september.
I have read on here that someone did it in 3 weeks and passed it but she didn't say who she did it with. I'd rather do it now than defer for a year when I have well over 12 weeks till I am due to start on 16th September ☺️
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I have read on here that someone did it in 3 weeks and passed it but she didn't say who she did it with. I'd rather do it now than defer for a year when I have well over 12 weeks till I am due to start on 16th September ☺️
What uni/course is this if you don't mind me asking?


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What uni/course is this if you don't mind me asking?

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Masters in social work
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I believe you have to study it through a college and it will take at least 12 weeks to study so i dont believe its realistic to get it before september.
There are other options available other than through college, I studied online with a company and then took the exam at home. I completed everything in 2 months.
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Who did you do the home exam with please
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