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    has anyone ever done a levels online if so can you tell me about your experience the grades you got, anything really thank you, I was thinking about doing a levels online.
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    Do you mean sitting as a private candidate?
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    what do you mean by online? Self-study? I think you need to specify subjects but still I think you will still need some books
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    Do you mean sitting as a private candidate?
    Yeah pretty much.
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    (Original post by EnterNamehereplz)
    what do you mean by online? Self-study? I think you need to specify subjects but still I think you will still need some books
    You can do a levels online, like an online tutor helps you with the course, and you enter exams as a private candidate, so you still get a levels.
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    (Original post by idontknowmedoyou)
    You can do a levels online, like an online tutor helps you with the course, and you enter exams as a private candidate, so you still get a levels.
    Yes you can do it. I recommend you buy some books too. What subjects are you taking?
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    (Original post by EnterNamehereplz)
    Yes you can do it. I recommend you buy some books too. What subjects are you taking?
    Psychology, english lit, business studies and not sure about the fourth one yet, maybe history or biology. I'm not sure about a future career yet so I'm keeping my options open.
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    (Original post by idontknowmedoyou)
    Psychology, english lit, business studies and not sure about the fourth one yet, maybe history or biology. I'm not sure about a future career yet so I'm keeping my options open.

    That's fine. I recommend business studies online for business. If you take biology use CGP guides they are amazing. GOOD LUCK! You should be fine
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    (Original post by idontknowmedoyou)
    has anyone ever done a levels online if so can you tell me about your experience the grades you got, anything really thank you, I was thinking about doing a levels online.
    Are you planning on saving time on A levels because of the 2 year length thing? Yeah I was looking into that myself.
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    (Original post by DauntlessOne)
    Are you planning on saving time on A levels because of the 2 year length thing? Yeah I was looking into that myself.
    what do you mean about saving time? please can you tell me the benefits of studying online, as this option sounds appealing to me.


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    (Original post by ?Hannah)
    what do you mean about saving time? please can you tell me the benefits of studying online, as this option sounds appealing to me.


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    Well Hannah, I don't know to much about studying A levels online, I'm just as interested as you are in the thought of it. And as for the "saving time" thing I just don't fancy the idea of being in college another 2 years (already served 2 years lol).
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    (Original post by ?Hannah)
    what do you mean about saving time? please can you tell me the benefits of studying online, as this option sounds appealing to me.


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    I suppose the main benefit is quite simply easier access to education - you hardly need to get dressed for it. I've done some of it myself as part of my GCSE education, it was reasonable but you'd find yourself procrastinating too often and not achieving your best.

    Some classes are more lecture-style than others, whereas others involve more class participation. If you're getting a decent education from your teachers then I wouldn't bother, but if you're falling behind then you might want to consider it.
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    I am quite interested in self studying too tbh...
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    (Original post by EnterNamehereplz)
    That's fine. I recommend business studies online for business. If you take biology use CGP guides they are amazing. GOOD LUCK! You should be fine
    Thank you!!!
 
 
 

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