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    Can I do A-levels when i be 19 year old? Next year when I will get GCSE I be 19 year old and i wanna ask can i start do A-levels with 19?
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    (Original post by Kodejs13)
    Can I do A-levels when i be 19 year old? Next year when I will get GCSE I be 19 year old and i wanna ask can i start do A-levels with 19?
    Why??What are you studying now???
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    (Original post by anojan)
    Why??What are you studying now???
    I from the Latvia and there is much different GCSE than in England

    I just wanna ask could I do A-levels when I reach 19?
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    Depends on the college. I did A Levels at 19 (spent 4 years at college, from 16 to 20) although I'd have had to pay if I wasn't already a student after turning 19.

    It's perfectly possible to do A Levels at 19 (I had someone who was 24 in a class with me) but you may or may not have to pay for it.
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    (Original post by Acsel)
    Depends on the college. I did A Levels at 19 (spent 4 years at college, from 16 to 20) although I'd have had to pay if I wasn't already a student after turning 19.

    It's perfectly possible to do A Levels at 19 (I had someone who was 24 in a class with me) but you may or may not have to pay for it.

    I wanna do AS-A2 only 2 years
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    (Original post by Kodejs13)
    How much I need to pay when I be over 20 year, when I will study in a last course A2? 1000 per year?So one guy said this to me: It's based on what age you start the course, not how old you become during it. So you shouldn't have to pay at all


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    (Original post by Kodejs13)
    I from the Latvia and there is much different GCSE than in England

    I just wanna ask could I do A-levels when I reach 19?
    But you can show your Latvia GCSE results here.SO they can see your results.Maybe,you can do only GCSE English and maths here.
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    You would need to convince a college that you would be able to manage A-level study.

    You would also need to ask about fees.

    Where will you be based in the UK?
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    (Original post by Kodejs13)
    How much I need to pay when I be over 20 year, when I will study in a last course A2? 1000 per year?So one guy said this to me: It's based on what age you start the course, not how old you become during it. So you shouldn't have to pay at all


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    It will vary depending on the course and college, as well as whether you want to attend college or just take exams.

    You need to contact whichever college you intend to study at and ask them for exact fees. It could be a few hundred, could be a few thousand.
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    (Original post by Acsel)
    It will vary depending on the course and college, as well as whether you want to attend college or just take exams.

    You need to contact whichever college you intend to study at and ask them for exact fees. It could be a few hundred, could be a few thousand.
    I reallly don't know anything much about English education ssystem. I wanna take criminology pathway, like law ect...

    So are you saying that i need to wirte them to the email? yesterday i did that but they still have not answered to my question by email.

    I wanna be addimted Sandwell college

    http://www.sandwell.ac.uk/
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    (Original post by Acsel)
    It will vary depending on the course and college, as well as whether you want to attend college or just take exams.

    You need to contact whichever college you intend to study at and ask them for exact fees. It could be a few hundred, could be a few thousand.

    Could you please check this out and explain what does this mean?
    Does it mean I don't need to pay at all?


    http://imgur.com/HhFNwct
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    (Original post by Kodejs13)
    I reallly don't know anything much about English education ssystem. I wanna take criminology pathway, like law ect...

    So are you saying that i need to wirte them to the email? yesterday i did that but they still have not answered to my question by email.

    I wanna be addimted Sandwell college

    http://www.sandwell.ac.uk/
    (Original post by Kodejs13)
    Could you please check this out and explain what does this mean?Does it mean I don't need to pay at all?http://imgur.com/HhFNwct
    Yes, you need to write to Sandwell by email and ask them about the courses, fees, and so on. Give them a while, one day is not long enough to reply. Wait at least a week.

    The photo doesn't mean anything. There's no context or details. I don't even know who it's from or what it's in relation to.

    This page: http://www.sandwell.ac.uk/adult-courses/ says you may not have to pay. If it's your first A Level course you might get it for free. But I don't know how things work for international students and so on. On the other hand you may pick a course where you have to pay.

    We can't give you much help here, the people you need to be asking are the college. If you've emailed them wait for them to email back.
 
 
 
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