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    So as mentioned in my title, I'm 22 and would like to study A-levels, however due to my age I don't believe college is the most feasible way to do so. I've looked at ICS learning and other related services, however I'd still be required to fund the examination fees myself. Just curious as to whether anyone's been in a similar situation and could offer some advice.

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    Bit mature aren't you? Have you tried having your lunch in the staff room
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    (Original post by Joodlett)
    So as mentioned in my title, I'm 22 and would like to study A-levels, however due to my age I don't believe college is the most feasible way to do so. I've looked at ICS learning and other related services, however I'd still be required to fund the examination fees myself. Just curious as to whether anyone's been in a similar situation and could offer some advice.

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    Jake
    Just go to college, nobody will judge you. If they do they aren't worth being around anyway. But anyway to answer your question you would need to apply to a centre as a private candidate and pay for yourself
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    (Original post by Joodlett)
    So as mentioned in my title, I'm 22 and would like to study A-levels, however due to my age I don't believe college is the most feasible way to do so. I've looked at ICS learning and other related services, however I'd still be required to fund the examination fees myself. Just curious as to whether anyone's been in a similar situation and could offer some advice.

    Thanks,

    Jake
    Which A levels ? What sort of grades do you hope to achieve? What is your existing level of knowledge/skill (GCSE grade) in those subjects? Why are you doing them, what is your end goal?


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