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    I dropped out of college after taking my AS exams because I assumed I would fail and applied and enrolled for an Access Course instead. However, I did surprisingly well in my English AS Level and would like to continue it at home, but I still want to study the Access Course. My previous college takes external candidates, but is there a way I can study it at home? I mean, I know I can easily just be an external candidate and take the exams anyway, but I'm not sure how I would study and learn and get resources at home. If it helps it is the WJEC/Eduqas exam board for English Language.
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    Im not sure if my answer will help but its better than nothing! I am currently doing my whole A level for law at home through the Oxford Open Learning Centre, You will have to look into how to do it with WJEC English Language but I am sure they do that too. It cost me £300ish for the AS and A2 They send you a file with all the information you will need and it suggests books for you to buy to follow along with it. They also give you a tutor you can ask question and who will mark your assesments. Hope this helps!
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    (Original post by sara.haah)
    Im not sure if my answer will help but its better than nothing! I am currently doing my whole A level for law at home through the Oxford Open Learning Centre, You will have to look into how to do it with WJEC English Language but I am sure they do that too. It cost me £300ish for the AS and A2 They send you a file with all the information you will need and it suggests books for you to buy to follow along with it. They also give you a tutor you can ask question and who will mark your assesments. Hope this helps!
    Thanks so much I will definitely look into it!
 
 
 
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